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we begin this morning with breaking news from north philadelphia. three people are confirmed dead after a shooting in a home here on the 600 block of east west moreland street. a man shot his brother and his brother's girlfriend and another male front after an argument. the shooting suspect himself called 911 and reported what he had done according to police. when officers knocked on the door, the suspect refused to come out. they called in the s.w.a.t team and other officers. after two hours of negotiating police head gunfire. they entered the house and took the gunman into custody without incident. police searched the house and found the three people dead who
were shot in the head. one more shooting victim was taken to temple university hospital. we're trying to get an update on the victim's condition. here's what police had to tell us about what unfolded. homeland security unit and hostage negotiators working with police road talked the subject out without any use of force or injury to police or civilians. >> reporter: back to our live picture on the east west moreland street. three people confirmed dead. another shooting victim at temple university hospital. the suspect in custody. we'll update you on 6abc and 6abc.com. let's get udz -- you outside, with meteorologist chris sowers with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris hopefully you have good news. >> reporter: i have great news, it's chilly right now with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. we have a frost advisory in
effect for the next hour. by afternoon we're in the 70s. frost advisory remains in effect for the areas highlighted there. it does not include the city of philadelphia or the immediate coast. it's mainly for interior sections of south jersey, as well as bucks, montgomery county and southeastern pennsylvania and the lehigh valley. 36 degrees in pottstown. warrington, 38. quakertown, 34. martins creek, 32. coatsville, 34. chester, 37. center city showing 45. glassboro, 34. same number for vineland. 43 in atlantic city. sea isle city, 41. satellite and radar, if you didn't get enough of yesterday's beautiful weather we'll see a repeat performance today. as we set the satellite loop in motion there's nothing going on. high pressure dominates the pattern and that means another day filled with bright blue
skies and ton of sunshine. if you're heading to citizens bank park, the phillies take on the nationals game three which has been a disappointing series. 67 degrees by the first pitch temperature, 9th inning, 73 degrees. don't forget the sunscreen. if you like the warmth. we have warmer temperatures tomorrow. 67 that was yesterday's high, 74 for today. and then we're forecasting 80 degrees for the 4th time this year. that arrives tomorrow. when i come back in just a few minutes, we'll see how long the temperatures last in the accuweather forecast. thank you. new in fact came in overnight on the the fire that ripped through an apartment building in pine hill, camden county. we're learning about heroic acts of rescue people trapped by the flames. an ems crew was across the street when the fire broke out at the mansion apartments. the crew called for help and went to the building on west branch avenue.
the medics and firefighters rescued some residents, but several others were trapped on balconies. mark conover was at the development with his sister and daughter. he said his daughter alerted him to the fire and he noticed a woman on the balcony. he told us what he did next. i lifted her over the rail. there was a ledge on the side. after that i jumped over the rail and was handing her down, there was like 3 or 4 police officers they were they got her by the bottom of her body and we lowered her down. loney hall said she saw his heroic actions and went to help out some folks. my mom lives other there, i ran over there, i knocked on people door that lived around and made sure they were okay, family members i knew, and friend made sure that they were okay. and needed anything i could
help. three people were taken to the hospital, one person was overcome by smoke. 100 firefighters worked on the fire. 8 apartment are a total loss. the red cross said it is helping 24 people displaced. the cause is being determined. 7:05. philadelphia police are questioning a person of interest after a deadly shooting of a 4-year-old girl by her sibling. the girl was shot once in the chest inside the family home in kensington yesterday afternoon. officers say her 5-year-old sibling fired the shot using the mother's boyfriend's gun. police are not saying if the boyfriend is the person they are questioning, but they say he ran away from the scene after the shooting. jeff chirico will have reaction from neighbors in the next half-hour. new this morning, one person critically injured after a shooting in vineland, new jersey. the action cam 8th an cherry streets. the shots were fired at 1:30
hitting a man several times. crews rushed him to the hospital. police have not released his identity or indicated if they have suspects for a motive. 7:06. death toll soared in ecuador rock by the strongest earthquake in decades. at least 77 people were killed. almost 600 injured. listen to the terrifying moments as the 7.8 tremper -- trembler struck. [crashing sounds] the quake caused widespread devastation in fishing ports and tourist locations. they are looking for people in collapsed buildings and highways. southern japan, folks are struggling to recover after two earthquakes a day apart. new video coming in from
hard-to-reach mountain areas. they are cut off by landslides and collapsed roads and bridges. the american air station in japan is ginger to go ship supplies. 180,000 people are living in shelters. dozens have died. there's fear of more aftershock also. one person said it's too scary to go to sleep. turning to politics, hillary clinton's campaign opens new office in delaware county, west chester and reading berks county. the pennsylvania primary is april 26. bernie sanders supports showered clinton's motorcade with money as she arrived at a posh fundraiser. bernie sanders is stumping in new york ahead of primary. he pounded home his theme that the rich control too much of the world's money. trump has the lead on the republican side of the potential
voters. bernie sanders and hillary clinton fails the questions on this week with george stephanopoulos that begins so 30:00 after "action news" at 9:00. the countdown is on 3 months, the democratic national convention will take center stage in south philadelphia. trish hartman has more on the preparations. >> reporter: 100 days and counting as revealed by an official countdown clock outside the national constitution center. music, activities and food trucks took over art street to get people excited about the national democratic convention at the wells fargo center in july. this is a wonderful start for the city. i want to learn about what's going on. >> reporter: inside the constitutional center officials gave an update on preparation. we will have built a city within in is city we will be ready to receive 60,000 guests
and million viewers worldwide who tune into the convention. >> reporter: after a heated debate between bernie sanders and hillary clinton, ed rendell called for the candidates to tone it dawn a little bit. we want to conduct the campaign that doesn't hurt the chances of our eventual nominee winning in the fall. >> reporter: a call was put out for volunteers even with 9,000 signed up. officials assured local businesses their bottom line will see a boost come july. we're working with the business community working with the restaurants and hotel it will be a good time and they will make money and people will work. >> reporter: officials expect 15,000 hotel rooms to be booked for all the visitors and say the dnc will have an economic impact of $300 million for the city. >> reporter: trish hartman channel 6 "action news." for now, the big event at the wells fargo center is playoff hockey. flyers need to find magic on
home ice. stephen mason gave up a soft goal that put the capitols up 2-1 in their playoff showdown. jake borachek had the only one goal in a 4-1 loss. game three is in south philly. we'll take it upon ourselves to do everything we can within our power to take add our home ice in our building in front of had your fans. we have to go home and if you don't looks like at home, you're still in the series and we believe there's a long ways to go. >> reporter: the south street bridge lights are orange and black in support of the flyers. good luck. good luck. 7:10. new on "action news." a fire devastates a home in south jersey as people are inside. new information is released in the investigation of a man accused of shooting two maryland firefighters. say it ain't snow, can mean
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been really fantastic. no complaints here. >> reporter: this is more like it. last saturday that's in the books, now we're moving forward. we'll get you outside and show you what's going on this morning. as we look live on sky6 live hd down in cape may. beautiful morning, it's chilly, but it's really, really nice with a lot of the sunshine and crystal-clear skies. there's not much in the way of clouds at all. double scan live is clear for the next several days as high pressure continues to dominate the overall weather pattern in the mid atlantic.
45 degrees, dewpoint, 33. press 30.46 inches. the wind out of the north northwest at 6 miles per hour. philadelphia, 45. 43 in atlantic city. trenton, 39. we have an atmospheric trafficker jam as we look at satellite and radar. high pressure here and low pressure on either side of it. let's look at the water vapor image and show you what's going on. this is omega blocking pattern, because the pattern resembles the greek letter omega. it goes up into canada and drops off the coast. nothing is moving across the lower 48. as long as that slow is stuck there. that means the high is stuck here, which means this low will be stuck out there. as long as the pattern stays stagnant we'll see lovely weather here along the east coast.
looks like it will continue to be that way right through wednesday and thursday of this cup coming week. today we're forecasting a high of 74. model has us at 71. same thing with the western suburbs. we'll go 74 degrees. overnight tonight, the numbers drop into the 40s and actually low 50s for center city only to jump up into the 80s by tomorrow. 4:30 tomorrow afternoon, the model has 76 in wilmington, 78 in philadelphia. trenton, 77. accuweather will go 80 degrees, shorepoints cooler because of an onshore 6abc. we get into tuesday, same thing, very, very warm. especially for this time of the year. the model has us the 71, 72. we'll go 74. jersey shore as well as communities along the delaware bay consumer because of the sea breeze and bay breeze. today, 74 degrees, hardly acloud in the sky. jersey shore, sunny and cooler
because of the onshore breeze. seas not as choppy as yesterday. yesterday we had swells of 6 to 9 feet. philadelphia, sunny skies, very warm. the normal high for this time of the year, is 65. we'll go 74 degrees. if you're heading to citizens bank park for the phillies game taking on the nationals, don't forget the sunscreen. the allergy report the only thing we're suffering from the tree pollen continues to be through the roof here. popular and maple are the main culprits. everything else is on the low side. even these will increase as the days go by, eventually may and june. weeds are low, grass is low, tree pollen is very, very high. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here we go, 74 degrees, sunny and pleasant this afternoon. we get into monday, feeling like summer, 4th time this year we'll hit 80 degrees. tuesday, part partly sunny and
breezy, 72. wednesday, 69. that's the cool date. thursday, sunny and pleasant, 74. friday we could see wet weather, a couple of showers around lots of clouds and 77. saturday, clouds limited sun, 67 degrees. all in all, i would say we're doing pretty good. just a little rain. we're lucky, because take a look at what's happening in denver, colorado. this area is getting so could -- socked with a weekend snowstorm. 16 inches of snow is expected to fall on the city and the suburbs. this is centennial airport that was closed for a short period of time yesterday. they cancel seven out of ten flights. that airport is hoping to reopen today. passengers should confirm their flights before heading out. the snow is not a big surprise to people living in denver. march and april are the snowiest months of the year for the city.
information to tell you about this morning, there's no charges against the man who shot two maryland firefighters killing one of them. he fired believing someone was trying to break in and acted in self-defense. he fired 6 shots hitting firefighters john ummsnyder died. kevin swain is in critical condition. u.s. department of homeland security sent an alert urging apple user to install part of the a program. apple has pulled support from quick time on windows and the last update from the product came in late july. cicadas are coming back.
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:23 sunday morning, we're looking at satellite and radar, if you're traveling, really the only travel trouble spots will be here across the western states, the front range the colorado and wyoming rockies will see heavy snow and squall line from wichita to dallas. earlier i was talking about the
omega blocking pattern that set up across the united states. there's the high pressure here and the good stuff is over top of us. the jet stream looks like the greek letter omega. it's a blocking pattern, because this low is not moving that. backs everything up. we'll see nice weather for another three, four, five days, after today. this looks really, really good, very san diego-like around the philadelphia area. 60 degrees by 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 65. 3:00 p.m., 70. 5:00 p.m., 73. shooting for a high of 74. gray. thanks for the update. sports this morning flyers playoff hopes are fading. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the flyers come out flying in game two. 42 shots on goal the most shots
on goal in five years. they have trouble scoring on th. flyers go down, caps first period down one looking for their first goal on the power play, nothing. brayden holt stopped 19 shots. steve mason, oh, no, huge mistake. how in the world does this go in, right under his legs. flyers downer 2-0. seven minutes later looking for the first goal of the series. jake borachek, finally the flyers on the board. minutes later they could tie it. brayden shenn robbed. end of the second, good night, they failed to kill the penalties, flyers lose 4-1. they are down in the series 2-games to none.
they have only overcome a hole like this flee times in team history. it's a bad goal. first period i don't know how we didn't score. we were getting puck also to the net. -- pucks to the net, everybody had a a scoring chance it's frustrating that's for sure. i thought they did a heck of a job, obviously their goalie played well and it's on us to break through the barrier. >> reporter: aaron nolla's career is off to the greatest start in team history. he had no luck in the nationals. he he allowed 1 earned runs. -- 13 earned runs. first inning bryce harper, routine fly to the left. darren ruff first start out
there. nats get 3 in the first. total 8 firsting in -- first inning runs. him bryce harper, 2-run shot. phillies lost 8-1. they need outscored 17-2 in the series to the nationals. soccer nobody in the eastern conference has more points than the union entering play in seattle. 71st minute jordon maurice. union go down 2-1 to the sounders. flyers and phillies hopefully it gets better today for the phils and flyers tomorrow. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day.
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it is just about 7:30 i want to give you the latest information on the breaking news we've been following all morning long coming in from north philadelphia. three people are dead after a domestic incident on west moreland street. police say during an argument at 3:30 a.m., a man shot his brother and brother's girlfriend in the head killing all three. the man wounded a 4th person who managed to run out of the house. police say the suspect called 911 to report what he had done, but when officers arrived the man refused to come out of the house. police called in a s.w.a.t. unit and after two hours of negotiations police heard gunfire and rushed the home. the officers took the suspect into custody and they searched the home and they found the bodies of the victims. there's no information on the
fourth shooting victim. 7:30. outside now to meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. just beautiful out there. >> reporter: it's gorgeous, if you have not seen the sky at this point look out the window and take a look it's a deep, blue shade. a beautiful morning, lots of sunshine, hardly a cloud in the sky, and temperatures will moderate very, very quickly with the april sun. right now we have a frost advice in effect for another half-hour and north of philadelphia. the numbers are in the 30s and low 40s, if you don't have frost on the ground you won't see it. warrington, 38. pottstown, 37. saint david, 37. vineland, 34. woodbine 38 and sea isle city, 44 degrees. this more than makes up for last saturday's snow as high pressure
dominates the weather pattern sitting over the keystone state of pennsylvania and it will sit there for the next several days. we have a back door cold front that will slip through late in the day monday morning. it will he come through dry it will knock temperatures down from 80 degrees monday to 69 or 70 tuesday. 65 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., 70 degrees, 5:00 p.m., 73. shooting for a high of 74. if you like the dry weather, we don't have a chance of rain until thursday night and friday, even that is only in the form of showers. that's the next cold front. so a cold front comes through tuesday morning, slips through dry and brings a couple of clouds that's about it. wednesday and thursday, not a cloud in the sky. friday, showers in the afternoon. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about how much rain the system brings and we'll have a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. nydia? chris, thank you. new this morning, fire
gutted a home in pennsauken, new jersey. flames broke out at 11:00 p.m. in the 6100 block of magnolia avenue. this is viewer video. now, a person driving down the street probably saved the lives of the people inside the home. the driver saw the fire and ran to the door and banged on it until someone answered. three people were in the house and got out safely. it took 45 minutes for firefighters to gain control of the blaze. the red cross is finding temporary shelter for the residents. investigators are looking for the cause. heroic efforts at a apartment fire in pine hill, camden county. ems crew was across the street when the fire started. they ran to the burning building on west branch avenue and rescued several individuals. some residents were trapped on balconies. mark conover were at the development for dinner with his
sister and daughter when his daughter saw the flames. he helped someone screaming for help. i saw an older lady on the second floor, she was screaming for help. i scaled the side of the buildings, i was trying to get her down. she was frightened, so she was clinching the railings, so i like had to pull her arms to get her off, after i did that, i listed her over the rail and -- lifted her over the rail and handed her down to the police. frightening time for the folks there. we know three people were taken to the hospital, one with smoke inhalation. two people fell running out of the buildings. they are okay. it took 100 firefighters about an hour and a half to gain control of the flames. red cross is finding temporary shelter for two dozen people. the fire destroyed 8 apartments and no word about the cause. philadelphia police say they are talking to a person about a fatal shooting of a
4-year-old girl. the girl's 5-year-old sibling pulled the trigger. jeff chirico has more. >> reporter: stunned and heartbroken crystalougherty grieves the death of a little girl. she was always willing to help. >> reporter: investigators say the 5-year-old sibling shot her once in the chest. the child's parentsly used the mother's -- apparently used the mother's boyfriend's gun. they took her out, she didn't look good. >> reporter: the police took her out? sawyer said the girl's mother was protective and wouldn't let her kids play out front because she feared violence in the streets. i said why don't you bring the kids out?
>> reporter: homicide detectives processed the scene trying to figure out how a five-year-old got a hold of a gun that turned a young girl into the city's latest victim of gun violence. do you have any idea where the weapon may have come from? no idea at all. >> reporter: the mother's boyfriend fled the scene before police arrived. he apparently has an interest in weapons, the cover photo on his facebook page is of a handgun and amunition. jeff chirico which i. a powerful earthquake has struck ecuador. it struck early no longer killing 77 people and trigger tsunami warning. ten thousand soldiers and emergency workers carried out an evacuation of the coastal area. the risk of the tsunami has passed. the quake has flattened buildings and buckled highways. pennsylvania governor tom wolf is expected to sign into
law today a medical marijuana bill. state house approved the bill last week. the pill will allow patients to take the drug in the form of oil, liquid or vapor form. it will not take effect until a month. it will take two years to get retailers open. it allows parents to get medical marijuana for their child if they buy it legally from another state. more delegates are at stake for the white house as the gop talk about the process. devon dwyer has the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: it may be crunch time in new york, but candidates are spread across the country and around the world. bernie sanders flying back to the empire state after a
whirlwind visit to the vatican. he is a beautiful man and comes from him. pope francis said it was a meeting and nothing more. hillary clinton raised campaign cash for supporters in los angeles. let's get to work for a big victory in california. >> reporter: a glitzy holy woods fundraiser with george and amal clooney. the system is rigged. donald trump is taking am at his own party stumping in his own state and talking about cleveland. i'll tell you what you'll have a rough july at that convention. >> reporter: while trump hold a lead heading into the tuesday contest, ted cruz is poised to wynmore delegates in wyoming. we'll have a battle in
cleveland to determine who the nominee is. >> reporter: it's creating frustration for trump supporters. he won the popular vote he should get the delegates and he should be the nominee. >> reporter: in new york, john kasich triedz -- tried to steer clear of the controversy. working on a secret plan to delay the primary so i can spend more time eating in new york. >> reporter: den -- devon dwyer abc news new york. jim gardner will hold a debate next sunday morning at 11:00. the democratic nominee squares off against pat toomey in november. inside story will dig deeper into the pennsylvania senate showdown and the race for the white house. there's much more to come on "action news." philadelphia museum of art is celebrating pop art and this
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"outrage," according to newspapers. for working families - katie mcginty for senate. she'll invest in education, not ceo bonuses. and fight for pay equity for women. helping families - not wall street. katie: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. morning, it is 7:42, 47 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a beautiful look at the center city skyline.
our family went on a bike ride yesterday to university city. it was so gorgeous, it was the perfect thing to do on this nice spring weekend. what did you guys do? i know chris is working hard on at the weather center. >> reporter: i've been working on adjectives. we'll see sunshine this afternoon, no humidity, but warmer temperatures. yesterday we topped out in the mid 60s today we'll top out in the mid 70s. as we look live, it's clear as a whistle. jersey shore, you were cooler, 57 degrees down there places like wildwood and sea isle city, anybody else 65 to 68 degrees. temperatures are up up and away over the next 48 hours or so. 74 is the projected high today. monday will be the 4th time
this year we hit 80 degrees. 45 in philadelphia. trenton, 39. allentown 36. millville, 40. on the boards in atlantic city, 45. generally a light wind out of the west/northwest at 3 to 5 miles per hour. the wind speeds will continue within this range over the course of the day. it's an uneventful day around the delaware valley, just the way we like it. high pressure is right there, that means skies are clear and dry. surface maps keeps everything to the west. the area of low pressure that hammers away at the colorado rockies, 3 feet of snow. as it moves into the plains it fizzles out. a couple of showers in the western great lakes, it's sunny on the eastern seaboard. this cold front slides through dry and knocks the temperatures down ten or 12 degrees, 80 degrees monday, 69 or 70 as
we head into tuesday. future tracker 6 all we're timing out are high, thin clouds that's the passage. front monday into tuesday morning. today, beautiful enjoy it. don't forget the sunscreen. allentown, 7 are 5. trenton, 70. jersey shore cooler, bring along something with sleeves temperatures in the upper 50s today. overnight tonight, 40s and 50s. trenton, 44. reading, 43. millville, 42. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 80 degrees for monday, very pleasant 74 today. outrageously warm for this time of year, 80 degrees on monday. wednesday, 72. wednesday, sunny and nice, 69 stays pleasant for thursday, 74. a lot of days you won't see a single cloud in the sky.
it looks that pretty. friday, showers, 77. saturday, clouds, limited sun, high of 67 degrees. i don't know if pretty is a technical weather term, i just used it. thanks, chris. all right, daddy coming home from work is routine for many kids, but kids in delaware waited 6 months for their dad. monica malpass captured the surprise. can i sit here? dad? he first surprised his 15-year-old son joshua at newark high school during lunch. the young man has down syndrome and couldn't stop hugging and looking at his dad in disbelief. teachers were in on the surprise and erupted in applause and tears. his wife arranged the surprise along with his patriotic ladder
truck flag salute when they left. josh and his dad was joyful. i missed my dad. it's so wonderful to be back and be able to surprise him. >> reporter: but that wasn't all, from there they went to his daughter's school. 11-year-old jessica got a shock and thrill. is this seat open? daddy! jessica was stunned and elated she knew he was coming wack, she didn't know when. she couldn't stop hugging or kissing him either. truly a point yent few moments, of months is a long time to miss your dad when you're a child. monica malpass channel 6 "action news." how could you not feel emotion when you see that. not how many times you see that, it touches you. welcome home. welcome home!
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the 1960s and 70s be pop art took the world by storm and new exhibit at the philadelphia museum of art takes a look at the global phenomenon. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the philadelphia miews seem -- museum of art is the final venue and east coast showing of the and i can exhibi. it's called international pop. it's main goal and challenge and most exciting element is to reframe pop art in a global context. we have examples of installation and inter active pieces and film and sculpture. >> reporter: it features 150 works by 87 artists from around the world. we have art from japan and
afternoon tina and brazil and eastern europe. >> reporter: dinner date is included by venezuela artist. and number 35. this is international show. some of the artist featured have works of pop art throughout the city. if you've been at 15th and market you've seen the work. come to think the show. widen your view of pop. >> reporter: visitors can download a spotify play list. there's great knowledge of the music from the period so we're encouraging people to listen to it in the exhibition state. in philadelphia we're a great pop city, but this exhibition is a great chance to build on that knowledge. >> reporter: international pop is on display at the philadelphia museum of art there
may 15th. go to 6abc loves the arts for other areas events. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. so what do you think about this, ceo of amc the world biggest movie theater chain said he is open to texting in the theater. else mulling over making some not all amc theaters text friendly. amc is looking to lure more millennials people who love to text. tickets go on sale friday for paul mccartney's concert at citizens bank park. tickets can be bought at ticket master website. he holds a concert at hershey park on july 19.
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everyone, 7:55. a live look over cape may, new jersey. it's beautiful and gorgeous and excellent and awesome and amazing and impressive, that's all i got. >> reporter: forecast for today looks outstanding it's beautiful, that's two of them right there. 74 degrees, sunny skies and warm in the city. the jersey shore, it's a different story, you'll see a ton of sun, but it's cooler, because the ocean temperatures are in the 50s, close to 60 degrees, wall-to-wall blue skies. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're up to 80 degrees tomorrow. 72 tuesday, 69 wednesday and 74
for thursday. neck chance of rain is friday. stellar. thank you chris, 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hey, gray and nydia, coming up on "g.m.a." we're leading with a large and fatal earthquake in the south american county of ecuador. i follows two major quakes in japan making it the third big event in three days, known as the ring of fire, the hot zone that circles the pacific ocean. we'll have the latest from ecuador and japan. in politics, trump feeling the sting of defeat losing all of wyoming's 14 delegates to ted cruz. meanwhile, hillary clinton pulling in big bucks at sold out events in california. george stephanopoulos will break it down for us. a mechanic at the dealership in california caught red handed taking the customer's
car out for a joyride. the story and how to protect your vehicle. coming up on "g.m.a." a very busy sunday. "good morning america" america is next, "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. we have breaking news from north philadelphia a man who allegedly shot and killed his own brother after hold police at bay. we'll have a live report. why this picture is sparking controversy and could get her firefighter husband fired. plus chris sowers will have more on the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han have a great sunday. we'll he you back here at 9:00 a.m. narrator: looking out for wall street ceos -
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good morning, america. breaking overnight. another earthquake. a powerful shaker strikes ecuador. the strongest in decades. the urgent rescue efforts going on right now. and after double quakes in japan, it's the same tragic scene. the destruction, incredible. >> every house you see in this neighborhood is obliterated. every one of them pancaked right on top of itself. >> the update on this miracle baby. and could the next big quake hit the u.s.? spring snowstorm. colorado socked with heavy, wet snow. whiteout conditions. driving treacherous. hundreds of flights cancelled. plus, the severe weather in the plains. the hail, flooding, and tornadoes. what's in store for the week ahead? and playing politics. democrats spoo