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after taking power house kansas. they head to houston two games from the national championship. look at that. we have basketball compage for you in a moment. it is 6:00 a.m., we thank you for waking up with us, easter sunday morning, sky6 live hd taking a live look center city skyline, we hope chris sowers will have a nice forecast for the bunny today. >> reporter: it will be cloudy out there, but temperatures are
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on the mild side. it's gorgeous. >> reporter: yesterday it was nice, bright blue skies. there's a live shot atlantic city, a lot of clouds out there this morning and a stiff easterly/nor'easter breeze down the shore, inland locations it's not breezy at all. it's making the shorepoints feel cooler than that. 45 in philadelphia and wilmington. millville, 45. trenton, 42. allentown, 41. reading, 42. satellite and radar, again you can see the direction the winds coming in off the water, white cloud cover for most, it's the high, thin cloud deck when the sun rises it will shine through that. we'll see peeks of sunshine before we cloud over into the
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late afternoon and evening hours. high temperatures are topping out around 6o55 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 58. 5:00 p.m., 58 degrees. we'll have rain move in overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning, that will slow things down tomorrow morning him we'll talk about that and future tracker 6. villanova is going to the final four. >> reporter: they took punch for punch from the heavyweight kansas and they clobbered them through a nail-bybiting win. here it is, louisville kentucky, the cats are two wins from being top dog. they are excited on the
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villanova university campus, a big celebration final four >> reporter: villanova was not tested in the ncaa tournament and last night they were. nova cases kansas in louisville, josh hart, 16th turnover, 23-16, nova. chris jenkins, deadly from out there, the cats take a 32-125 lead. ryan arcidiacono, builder -- birthday boy. cats win 64-59. once again it's their first final four in seven years. >> it's like when you're a
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parent you think your kids are the greatest. and then when you see them live that out, and become great it just makes your heart swell. it was a total team effort, it was everything that i dreamed off i can't speak for everybody, but it's unbelievable to know where we've been since our freshman year. sooners face villanova and the cats are looking for revenge. ducis rogers channel 6 "action news." "action news" was in louisville as the cats celebrated on the court. it was a sweet birthday for the team's leader, jeff skeverski continues the coverage from the hardwood. >> reporter: this is nova has been talking about all season their dream to get to the final
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four, hear they are cutting down the net they are going to their first final four since 2009. [cheers and applause]. we worked hard everybody on the team is doing whatever it takes to win. you said you would never be done. we're not done. and what a scene in louisville, the entire arena singing happy birthday to ryan arcidiacono he will remember his 22nd birthday for a long time! ♪ this is what we worked for all year, we didn't say we wanted to make the final four, we want to be the best team we
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can be by the end of the year, i think we did that. >> reporter: how did it feel when they were singing happy birthday to you, best 22nd birthday in the world i'm sure. it was great, it was not something i was expecting, i don't want to take anything away from the team. now that the cats cut down the net they will get ready for oklahoma in houston. jeff skeverski. coming up in the next half-hour, jeff chirico will have fan reaction to the big win. right now we'll take you back a few weeks ago and point out president obama's march madness picks. the president pick kansas to beat nova in the elite 8. he was off on that, in fact the president had kansas winning it all. he didn't show st. joe's or
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temple much love. you can rely on "action news" and and our facebook page with full coverage of the final four journey, overnight jeff skeverski posted jubilation in kentucky on his facebook page. you will want to see that, too. glrng this morning, tens of thousands of worshipers are packing saint peters square for the pope francis easter mass. as in years past there's concerns about the increase in terrorism across the world, the latest attacks in brussels, belgium are on his mind as christians commemorate the day that jesus was rest -- rest res. families members are remembering a american couple killed in the attacks in
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brussels. justin shultz and is wife had not been seen since tuesday. they were dropping his mother off at the airport and watching her watch through security and the bombs went off. his brother traveled world leaving east destination better than when he arrived. organizers postponed a march because of security concerns. people around the world are celebrating easter sunday. the action cam is live at mount olive baptist church they are up and celebrating. for almost 90 years it's been a bedrock. philadelphia st. peter and paul
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celebrated. trader joe's is recalling candy. details on a that next on "action news" sunday morning. a co-pilot is accused of being drunk on the job and a philadelphia flight was affected by it. we'll hear more from the very emotional villanova wildcats on the thrilling win. >> reporter: you'll need a light jacket for the morning services, and you will need an umbrella for the same time tomorrow, i'll have the details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. when heartburn hits
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and neutralizes stomach acid at the source tum, tum, tum, tum smoothies! only from tums it is 6:12 this easter sunday morning, thank you for waking up with us, taking a live look sky6 live hd at the philadelphia international airport. it will be 60 degrees in philadelphia today. chris sowers says it's kind of like a carbon copy of yesterday only less sun. >> reporter: yesterday it was very sunny, today it's mostly cloud. otherwise it's the same. we have two sets of twins here, looks like they are twinning and winning. >> reporter: we have looking live on sky6 live hd looking at the commodor barry bridge. we have cloud cover this morning that's keeping the temperatures up a little bit. yesterday at this time we were down in the mid 30s and now
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we're showing 45. not too bad philadelphia, you'll need a light jacket. disappoint, 39. pressure reading falling, the winds are light out of the east/northeast at 8 miles per hour. mid 40s south and east, low 40s north and west. we're expecting highs to top out at 60 degrees. light wind speed out of the east/northeast 5 to 10 miles per hour. that will be the flavor of the day, light breeze mild temperatures throughout the day. a lot of cloud cover, as well. satellite and radar, those are the high, thin clouds they are thicker toward the south this is actually pushing toward the north. during the course of the day we'll see the clouds lower and thicken. in advance of the system out here it's bringing a mixture of rain and snow to the western great lake states and the high plains. this area of low pressure along with the jet stream will tap into the gulf of mexico and the atlanta we'll see the moisture
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pull north overnight tonight into tomorrow. today we getaway with a nice, dry afternoon. overnight tonight, the rain moves in. tomorrow morning it's rather damp and gloomy. periods of rain some of it will be heavy at times. this morning mainly cloudy conditions, but we stay dry. throughout the afternoon expect cloudy skies, peeks of sunshine from time to time, overnight tonight we start to see the light rain pull in here, 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, periods of rain, heavy at times. by afternoon the skies brighten up a little bit. there could leftover showers out there, but we'll see peeks of sunshine, as well. tuesday and wednesday looks beautiful with high temperatures climbing into the 60s close to 70 degrees. mostly cloudy, mild, 60 degrees is the forecasted high. the normal is 56. winds out of the east 5 to 15 miles per hour. there be a slight breeze from time to time. hour by hour, temperature, 45 mostly cloudy, partly sunny, 53.
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5:00 p.m., 58 degrees, nice and mild. overnight tonight, periods of rain, cloudy and damp. there will be patchy drizzle out there, as well. 43 degrees outlying suburbs, 47 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's very spring like, very mild temperatures. 66 degrees for tomorrow after the morning rain. tuesday, sunny and breezy, high of 60 degrees. wednesday, sunny skies warming up to 65. thursday, look at this, much warmer, a couple of showers developing late in the day, maybe a thunderstorm, 73. friday expect a soaking rain as the next system pulls in. otherwise it's a warm day, 68. thursday, morning rain, 73, friday, 68 degrees, saturday, turning cooler, 59.
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with an overnight low of 40s. you might want to check to see if the easter bunny got candy from trader joes. the chocolate orange stick and chocolate raspberry stick may contain milk which is not listed in the ingredient list, people who have allergy or strong sensitivity should avoid these treats. you can return the product for a full refund. we'll be right back.
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new this morning, 6 people were hurt at a nasty crash in new castle county delaware overnight. investigators say two cars collided at east market and marshall street in another at 3:30 a.m. the impact flipped a vehicle over on to its roof. four people were taken to the hospital. two people were treated at the scene. a carbon monoxide leak forced several businesses and people in philadelphia to evacuate overnight. police and firefighters were called to the 200 block of chestnut street in old city after 1:00 a.m.. a detecter alerted people in the apartment above the business of the high levels of gas, the bar and restaurant were evacuated. crews determined a faulty heater was responsible, nobody was hurt. the owner's of a wilmington apartment complex say a faulty boiler pipe killed four people
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and a dog this happened at the evergreen apartments at riverside heights. the boiler in question passed the require state inspection, but they found mechanical issues in other buildings which led to more evacuations while repairs were made. people were allowed back into their homes. a philadelphia flight was canceled because the could pilot failed the beth alieser -- breathalyzer test, the flight to michigan was put on hold before takeoff. faa forbids a pilot to operate a plain within 8 hours of drinking a plane or with a alcohol level of .4 or greater. american airlines released a statement saying the company is assisting with the investigation and will handle the matter appropriately.
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the airline added that the safety and care of its customers and employees is their highest priority. that co-pilot by the way is from pennsylvania. pennsylvania's budget the one due last july becomes law tomorrow. it provides $200 million in aid to public schools half of what governor wolf wanted. the bill does not raise taxes. the governor felt increase would bring in more education aid. it avoids school closures and social service layoffs. the governor requested the budget, a republican bill at the behest of democrats saying it's better than nothing. top republicans are not being b giving into the tax increase. inside story panel will discuss the budget divide in harrisburg before "action news" at noon. ans age 50 to 85:
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>> reporter: welcome back 6:24 on easter sunday. storm tracker 6 live showing another dry day expected around the delaware valley. a couple of showers across the carolinas. all this weather stays off today. overnight into tomorrow, the wet weather moves in. we'll have two areas of low pressure developing one off the coast and another one pushing through the great lake states. because there's two systems fighting for power we'll see periods of rain, a light drizzle at time, nothing too terribly heavy up and down the eastern seaboard to the carolinas and new england. overnight tonight drizzle it should should be that big of a deal. we'll see west to east winds
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coming off the pacific. this is a nice mild week. everyday in the seven-day forecast features tempts above average. speaking of above temperatures, mostly cloudy and mild today, 60 degrees. on easter eve, the flyers laid a giant egg out west. i didn't write that. they were in arizona, scoring one goal in a 2-1 loss. that hurt, they did not lose grounds in the playoff race, here's the good news, because the red wings lost, so the flyers and the wings are tied for the final playoff shot. the sixers were out west, but not enough to stop their losing streak, they lost 108-105. it was their 8th straight lost and 19 defeat in the past 20 games. nerlens noel missed the game
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because of a knee injury. 6:25, villanova is marching on in ted march madness, ducis rogers and jeff skeverski have more on it is elite 8 win. >> reporter: villanova knocks out kansas the number one seed in the ncaa tournament to advance? its first final four in seven years. ryan arcidiacono playing on his 22nd birthday, the butterflies had to be there. josh hart steal. jenkins, nova up 9. second half, terry ellis, four points, but that bucket puts kansas up 37-36. nova down one here, archy, nova back on top. it's part of a 10-0 villanova
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run. nova wins, 64-9. our jeff skeverski on the courts with the cats as they celebrate. >> reporter: 22nd birthday best present in the world i'm sure. it was great it was something i was not expecting. i don't want to take focus away from the teem it was a team effort. how great does this feel? it's amazing. [inaudible] in i love those guys. so villanova will play in the final four on saturday.
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the cats opponent will be oklahoma, the sooners took on and took out the top team west oregon. buddy heel scores 37 points. oklahoma wins. sooners and nova meet in the final four on saturday. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. low, building african-style musc it's the little moments that make the biggest waves.
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with us, it was a nail biter to the very end. the wildcats go to the final four since 2009. this villanova alum with everybody else in the area are extremely proud. >> reporter: i was going to say they looked great last night, but i was asleep, so i don't know. if i look a little tired this morning, you know why. >> reporter: live on sky6 live hd, overlooking the ben franklin bridge it's a very quiet morning and comfortable out there, temperatures already in the mid 40s thanks to all that cloud cover acting as an atmospheric blanket keeping the temperatures up a little bit. not a bad day, you won't see the
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sunshine, but you'll enjoy the mild temperatures. 45 in philadelphia, same thing with millville, atlantic city. dover, 46. sea isle and wildwood areas to the south are showing 47 degrees. satellite and radar, winds coming in off the ocean, clouds starting to increase. all the moisture should stay to the south. looks like another dry afternoon, fairly cloudy out there. mostly cloudy, high of 60. 9:00 a.m. temperatures, 45. you'll need a light jacket for morning services. 11:00 a.m., 50. 1:00 p.m., 5. 3:00 p.m., 58 degrees, same thing with 5:00 p.m. somewhere in between there we top out at 60. rain moves in overnight tonight. the good news it's not that heavy. tomorrow morning not looking too bad at all. we're not expecting heavy rains, maybe drizzle left over. otherwise lots of midweek sun in the seven-day forecast, temperatures are warming up again, details coming up in just a little bit. guys. thank you so much.
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folks we like to remind you, you can get the seven-day forecast and storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day at slash weather. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday to you ♪ there we go, the philadelphia wildcats saluting their captain, ryan arcidiacono. nova took kansas down 64-69. they are coming two wins from the national title, everybody excited about the win. we love it. it's been more than 30 years since villanova beat georgetown to win the championship. what a ride the team is on right now, the fans are soakerring in every single moment of it. more on that from "action news"
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reporter, jeff chirico. >> reporter: nova nation out in force as the red hot wildcats prepare to hit the court and feel the burn. i think it's time that villanova shows their talent and i think everyone is excited about it. >> reporter: hundreds of nova alum gathered at the fieldhouse in center city the big game reunighting old college -- reuniting old college pals. it's great to watch the game with my old roommates and my husband he went to no need have a, too. a claw by biter for the ca. in the end, crowds went wild as nova pulled out a 64-59 win.
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they will get to the final four for the first time in 7 years. i'm proud of them. it's like a dream being part of it. we play and we're going to the final four, i'm so excited. >> reporter: fans say they expect the wildcats to claw and scratch their way against oklahoma next week and go all the way. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." more on that awesome scene, villanova all smiles, but all business after that win. "action news" was right there in louisville as coach jay wright spoke to the team after the game, of course they have the nice trophy, but they want to add a national championship hardware to the collection no doubt. the players cut down the net, the tradition, they got so close back in 2009 when the cats made a final four run philadelphia in the final four spotlight.
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by the north carolina and notre dame play today at the wells fargo center. the winner goes to the final four. "action news" will bring you coverage of the final four berth in houston it will be facebook and twitter. there are a number of sunrise services happening on easter sunday. we're live at lake view memorial park in new jersey. they were there celebrating the resurrection of jesus christ. the action cam was in ocean city new jersey, people returned to the boardwalk today for the easter promenade that will begin at 1:00 p.m. for belgiums this is a grim easter weekend over the deep
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anxiety of the attacks. >> reporter: a north carolina family back home now with these nightmare image also to remember their trip to belgium. we took our baby who was in a carriage, brought him down used his shell as coverage, brought him out of the straps and covered him. >> reporter: bob was in the airport when their 9-month-old when the bombs exploded. this video shows them hunched over shielding their infant. we grabbed the baby and ran toward the back counters. they know how luck they are. our hearts go out to the people who were victims. >> reporter: justin shultz and is wife missing since the attacks it's been confirmed they died together. authorities charged this person seen on youtube with terrorist murder. isis released this photo a man believed to be complicit in the
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brussels attack. the man in the hat seen at the airport in the suicide bombers. authorities are holding this man they shot and wounded on friday on a railroad platform. they say widespread fear in belgium, the ordeal of terror is far from endings. brussels is a city on high ray letter, a march against fear scheduled for easter sunday was canceled when authorities said they could not confirm security. bernie sanders said his sweep in the weekend caucus is part of a western come back. sanders went 3 for 3 in alaska, hawaii and washington state. he expects to close the delegate with hillary clinton and the democratic contest moves to the more liberal eastern states.
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supporters gathered on passyunk avenue. the presidential primary hams april 26. -- happens april 26. voters in wisconsin head to the polls april 5. the battle for the nomination has gotten more heated over the past few days, ted cruz accuses trump and his quote henchmen of stocking false rumors that he cheated on his wife. trump denies the allegations. donald trump and bernie sanders will be a guest on george stephanopoulos at 10:30 on 6abc this morning. much more to come on "action news" subpoenaed morning. wonder woman has a piece in the spotlight in the superman batman movie clash. it is what happened off screen that toughened her up. looking at the sky6 live hd taking a look over camden.
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so glad you stayed with us, 641, a sure sign that summer is around the corner. morri's pier in wildwood is back
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open. hundreds of people came out to enjoy the rides. they have 100 rides along a 6 block stretch. it will remain open until the end of the summer. yesterday it was a perfect day to go out and do that. >> reporter: even with the chilly wind, the sun felt good or your face, unfortunately we won't see the sun today. there's the view in penns landing, yesterday, bright blue skies, temperatures top out around 60 degrees, this afternoon you'll see shades of gray, maybe a few peeks of sunshine, but temperatures on the mild side. 60 degrees is the high temperature we're shooting for, 3 degrees above the seasonal average of 57. low 45. not too bad. north and west, quakertown, 40 degrees, martins creek, 39. pottstown, 42. saint david 43.
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levittown, 43. gandys beach, 43. mid 40s for everybody else, you can thank the cloud cover for the milder temperatures this morning, it kind of traps the heat that the sun provided yesterday. it's not a allowed to escape ino the atmosphere, therefore the temperatures are milder. all the shower activity stays to the south it's a cloudy day with milder temperatures. as we look wider, 89 next system we're watching is this guy right here, south of omaha, nebraska, there's source across eastern portions of wichita and kansas and oklahoma. this will push east across the great lake states and pick up moisture out of the gulf and the atlantic it will deposit it over us tonight and tomorrow morning. the heavy weather moves east -- northeast up into canada. overnight tonight, we'll have periods of rain and drizzle. same thing tomorrow morning, periods of time of rain, nothing
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too terribly heavy. once the system pulls through, it opens a door for high pressure tuesday and wednesday and thursday, temperatures skyrocket in the 60s and low 70s. in the short term, lots of clouds, mild temperatures, same thing fimpg tomorrow afternoon. overnight tonight, the light rain starts to move in. first thing tomorrow morning you want to allow yourself extra time to get into work or school, we'll see periods of rain. we'll pick up the yellows, that's the steadier to moderate rain it happens to be over the i-95 corridor. that pulls through and we'll see cloudy conditions and leftover showers. mostly cloudy and mild, 60 degrees, reading, 64 degrees. allentown, 59. same number for trenton. 57 in millville. shore temperatures, 48 degrees,
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52 in cape may, 53 in atlantic city, toms river, 54 degrees, we climb into the low 50s by 11:00 a.m., lots of clouds, but conditions dry. overnight tonight, periods of rain, patchy drizzle. allentown, 43. philadelphia, 47. dover, 50 and cape may expect the low tonight at 48 degrees, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll go 66 for tomorrow, morning rain maybe a leftover shower by afternoon. tuesday, breezy and somewhat cooler and still nice for this time of the year, high of 60. wednesday, 65 we're warming up. 73 degrees for thursday, friday, 68 and saturday a little bit cooler morning rain and high of 59. i see 7s. >> reporter: we need more of them, at least we got one. no sun today, but your pink tie is bright enough.
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very eastery or easterrish. the big star in the new batman versus superman movie is -- wonder woman. she had a tough time before playing the film. nick watts has more on that. >> reporter: it's batman versus superman, but wonder woman steals the show. >> i love everything about her, and she stands for and symbolizes in things i love and believe in truth and love and compassion and justice. i want to be her. >> reporter: you are. yes, i am, you're right, i'm getting used to the fact. >> reporter: she is actor model and one time israeli soldier. you were in the military.
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yes i was. >> reporter: training for wonder woman reminded her of boot camp. we're shooting wonder woman as we speak. i got 30 missed calls from my agent and i called them while sitting in the airplane. you can't say anything to anyone yet, you got the part, i started yelling and scream and i melted and i became one big puddle of myself. as a mother of 4-year-old girl and my daughter very much into princesses, she always falls asleep and the prince is the one to wake her up. for me, it made me feel really, really good about the fact we are bringing wonder woman to life, what an amazing great role model she is. i don't think you've ever
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known a woman like me. everything everyone will be very surprised when they step out of the theater. don't you think? >> reporter: yup they made blabber mouth promise to keep my mouth shut. if nick is at a loss for words, girl power, by the way. wonders woman comes out in june next year. she is stunning by the way. >> reporter: she is. so glad you're waking up
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with us, it's 6:50 a.m. easter weekend is a day of birth and renewal, and a house of
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worship is looking for healing. >> reporter: mass just ended in lindenwald, camden county. , 11:30 and 12, nobody was in the church and they took advantage of this. >> reporter: that's what vandals struck. they destroyed the place, they threw candles through stained glass windows and knocked down the crucifix. >> reporter: the big concern are the windows, they are one of a kind, they are not sure they can replicate or replace them. this is a senseless crime to as heoy a catholic church or any church. >> reporter: police want your help. philanthropist posted a 2,500-dollar reward leading to
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arrest and conviction. >> reporter: all you need to do is call 215-546-tips. all calls are anonymous, for crime fighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." only "action news" was there for a benefit for a courageous police officer who was shot in the line of duty. officer lindsey hartnett showed up at the skate zone as the phillies finest hockey team took on the flyers alumnae, you will remember back in january hartnett was ambushed while sitting in his police car by a gunman who said he was motivatedded by slum to attack. hartnett's arm was shattered under a hail of bullets. excite his injury he returned fire shooting the attacker 3 times, money raised from the event will help fund his recovery. google is rolling out an updated security warning system for g mail users to make sure
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careers, one option took them right to jail. new jersey correspondent nora muchanic have more on the mentors and what they are teaching the juniors. >> reporter: 143 students from burlington township high school ditched books from real life experience that my help them choose years after high school. it will feel give us a feel of what we'll be doing, the things we need to work on and skills we need to build on. >> reporter: it's project path that stands for pursuing adulthood through high school. the idea is to expose juniors of a variety of jobs locally and let them nonwhat it takes to be successful. i've been here for 11 years it's a low cost way to allow the juniors to explore. there are kids that are seniors and they don't understand what jobs they want having us give this opportunity is just amajor step for us. >> reporter: almost 50 mentors, including the mayor, met with
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students to subscribe their work experience and answer questions. the kids learned about interview skills and resume writing and budgeting. how much to save on bills and food and not blow your money. we'll not be here forever, i would like to see that next round of people who are going to run this community. >> reporter: this is the first time project path has been offered. the district has been preparing for a year now based on on the reaction from the kids it was time well spent. we got to open up like new job opportunities, public works and mechanics and we got feel for real world jobs. it krein he ised my interest -- it increased my interest in being a police officer. >> reporter: it was a good day. it was a good day. >> reporter: that's something you can't find in a book. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." here's some of the stories
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we're working on for you, the villanova are dancerring beating top seeded kansas last night. spot in the final four, we have team coverage just ahead. seeing is believing, philadelphia celebrates the performing arts in philadelphia. plus, another update from meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather. we'll be right back. so why does she make 21 percent less? for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it. and our parents have earned social security and medicare-- i'll protect them. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message, because it's your turn.
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# 12k i will villanova beats power house kansas consist, nova is two wins from the national championship. good morning, 7:00 a.m., easter sunday morning, sky6 live hd taking a live look at camden, new jersey there, the battleship new jersey shaping up to be a nice day, it will be mild, you won't see a lot of sun, but that's all right. nydia is off, alicia vitarelli filling in. meteorologist chris sowers is outside, chris it's easter, what's up with the coat. >> reporter: it's gray and chilly out here, we expect high temperatures to top out at 60 degrees, chilly start, mild finish. we're milder than yesterday at this time we were down in the mid 30s at the same time yesterday. lancaster is 12 degrees warmer


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