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saners who is a new york native. now clinton returns to pennsylvania. gray hall is live at her first stop. >> reporter: that is right. a lot of folks excited about the return here to the city of brotherly love. some folks not excited. you see the protesters here with the black lives matter movement. they have been here for over an hour or so. hillary clinton is scheduled to be here about 4:15, it's a little after 5:00, she is still not here, we are still waiting and will join former attorney general, eric holder, to talk about gun violence. fresh off her primary, hillary clinton is making a campaign stop in philadelphia at the st. paul baptist church. it's invitation only and pastor callahan talked about the importance of having her visit. >> if she is elected there are things we'll expect from her administration and even if she
doesn't get elected raising the questions allows for them to be answered and dealt with by everyone who is running. >> clinton is making the stop in the area ahead of the pennsylvania primary on april 25th, she will discuss gun violence along with eric holder, the movement that lost their kids to violence and other community leaders. >> i hope that the united states of america will start to look at the issue of homicide as a public health epidemic, we have to start considering this as a disease, how do we fine the cure for this disease. >> those that show up will listen to clinton's message but no matter who is elected president, the issue of gun violence has to be addressed. >> we have more people murdered in this country than we lose in wars overseas. >> we are waiting on the arrival of hillary clinton. the clinton campaign says this
is an invitation only event and about 130 people expected to show up at baptist church. and after this event she heads to the fillmore theater at 6:30. gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> a busy campaign day thank you. senator sanders did not make an appearance in pennsylvania today. but his supporters showed up in force, the creators of ben and jerry's ice-cream held a rally in rittenhouse square on behalf of the sanders campaign, they will speak to leaders on sanders' stance on issues and he will campaign in oaks tomorrow. pennsylvania governor, tom wolf, says that he thinks hillary clinton will win the nomination and also praised bernie sanders for changing the democratic perspective. >> think he has added a lot to this race and brought a lot of fresh ideas and fresh new people
into our democracy and i think we ought to build on that. >> voters in pennsylvania head to the polls in delaware, pennsylvania, maryland, connecticut and rhode island. >> each of the three candidates are focusing on different states after donald trump's decisive victory last night. 62% picked donald trump and john kasich came in second and ted cruz third earning zero delegates from the empire state and appears today with former candidate, carly fiorina. and cruz's wife heidi had an appearance in freedom park in burlington county. voters in new jersey head to the polls in june. and frontrunner, donald trump is spending the day in indiana and john kasich met with
republican leaders this morning in florida but tomorrow both are coming to pennsylvania. trump makes an appearance in harrisburg before heading to delaware on friday and john kasich makes stops tomorrow in delaware and montgomery counties. >> while the presidential race is taking center stage in pennsylvania next week, four democrats are vying to face off against pat toomey in november. "action news" is hosting all four for the senatorial debate. send your questions to us, using #6abcaction and they could be asked on the air. the senatoral debate is moderated by jim gardner. four students are in custody after a gun and bullets were found at a delaware county high school, the discovery prompted a lock down this morning at pendergast high school in drexel hill. a .9 millimeter gun along with
bullets were found. we'll have more on no coming up tonight at 6:00. now big news on the eagles front. the team made a major trade in the hopes of investing in their future. the birds have the second pick and some say it's a risky move. and "action news" sports director, ducis rogers is here. >> it's risky but could be a blockbuster move. the eagles give up a lot and now they were sitting in one of the cat birds seats in the nfl draft. the last time they had the second overall pick they ended up with donovan mcnabb. the birds acquire the brown's second overall pick, they give up this year's first, third and fourth round pick and a first round pick next year and a second rounder in 2018.
make no mistake they are doing this to get a quarterback. the rams have the first pick and that leaves carson went, and the birds say they would be happy with either quarterback but have to wait for the rams to make their pick before they can make theirs. >> it goes to the point you have to be comfortable with the quarterbacks and believe they have a shot to being great or pro bowl caliber, if you felt strongly about one and then you would wait until you are on the pot to make this trade. the flyers are on the brink, they trail their best of seven series with the washington capitals 3-0, and are out scored 12-2 in the three game thus far. jeff skversky is joining us from the wells fargo center with a preview of game four. >> the flyers are trying to
avoid being swept in the opening round of playoffs for the first time in 32 years. they only climbed out of a hole like this one once in team history and steve mason is benched for game four in favor of michael who started one game over the last month and they are juggling a few things on their top line, they scored only two goals the worst in the nhl playoffs and their mentality now is not to look at the big picture and look at shift by shift, one game at a time. we are worried about game four here at home. and we know we can play a lot better and play better as a team and got to go and enjoy the game here. >> take it shift by shift, inch by inch, all we can worry about is our next shift and what
follows that. >> hextall juggling things up looking for a spark. he told me moments ago he is confident that flyers can take game four and get to a game five friday night in d.c. we'll see. a lot of work ahead of them and face-off is just after 7:00. jeff skversky. all right jeff thank you. from our new jersey newsroom now, burlington county fire officials are trying to figure out what sparked a blaze at an apartment building this morning frmg the flames broke out at 8:45 a.m. at the hunters glen complex in delran, that is where chad pradelli is standing by live with the details. >> reporter: yes, a few moments ago i spoke to a man that says the fire started on the stove he doesn't know how but he and 20 others are displaced.
firefighters tried an interior defense of the fire but were pushed back and went on the defensive. delran fire department says that eight units were evacuated. >> me and my brother were sleeping and firefighters started knocking and i was sleeping and if they didn't i probably would have died. i think i have smoke in my apartment but a friend of mine his apartment is all gone. >> one resident was taken to the local hospital and one firefighter with minor burns. >> joe cunningham says the injuries are minor for both the firefighter and resident were released. the fire marshall says that initial responders say that the fire started on the kitchen stove. >> i spoke to the gentlemen that lived in the unit where the fire started. they informed me that he placed a pot on the stove and went into the other room to do something and when he came back the kitchen was full of smoke.
>> reporter: and hunters glen management as well as the red cross are helping displaced residents find shelter. >> thank you chad. it's time now for a check of the "action news" traffic report. >> matt pellman in the traffic center wednesday night. >> the hits just keep coming and we were already feeling beaten up and now 95 is giving us issues, northbound 95 in the work zone at cotman, a vehicle facing sideways and they got that straightened out and this point the northbound center lane is squeezing through barely here in the work zone. southbound a broken down vehicle on cotman got pushed to the side and farther south approaching girard and there is another broken down vehicle, problematic because we have double games in philadelphia, people will head southbound towards the phils and flyers. and northbound will also be busy and eastbound schuylkill where speeds are in the single digits.
this is the blue route, delco a van on its roof, both southbound lanes are blocked from approaching villanova south to this point at media. stick with the 52's 352, 452 -- and the delaware memorial construction. we'll talk about that in the next half hour. still to come on "action news" at 5:00, the first charges are filed in connection with the water crisis in flint, michigan. coming up why the state's attorney general says that more charges are on the way. and new details about the dire situation in ecuador as that country continues to clean up after a deadly earthquake. beautiful weather today and lots of sunshine and mild, with the clear skies tonight temperatures drop quickly in fact we have a frost advisory for part of our area. i'll talk about that and track some much needed rain on the way. finally coming up in the accuweather forecast.
she will discuss gun violence with those there and we are following the story, "action news" reporter gray hall is covering it for you. zooming in on the democratic candidate there who had a big night into new york and everyone is focusing in on the keystone state and the primary is next tuesday. we'll bring you the latest from spring garden and hillary clinton's appearance there. in other news an aftershock has forced people from their home in ecuador, days after a devastating earthquake, the chief says that hundreds of people are still missing and the 7.8 magnitude quake killed at least 525 people but officials expect that number to go up. turning to health check there is no reliable test to find breast cancer early but beating it means finding the symptoms quickly. >> a montgomery family is
working hard to make sure everyone knows what the symptoms are. ali gorman has the story. >> reporter: you'll see a lot of teal around the home of 14-year-old harrison runyon and his mom maureen, it's the color for ovarian cancer awareness. three summers ago maureen was in the fight of her life against the disease. >> stage three and i could have been diagnosed earlier. >> symptoms could involve bloating and difficulty eating or feeling full quickly and uriny frequency or harrison took on the housework -- >> he learned to do his own laundry and got himself packed and off to work. he did not realize until later how sick his mom was. >> there was like a 25% of her living and that hit me like a
rock. >> harrison went into high gear, trying to make teal for ovarian cancer as recognizable as pink for breast cancer. and organized a school fundraiser, for $1 students could duct tape a teacher to the wall. they will run and sell pins and cards listing ovarian cancer symptoms, harrison wants to educate kids to help their moms and grab moms catch them earlier. maureen is now cancer free. it's annual sprint is this weekend at the art museum. there are 5-k and 15 k events and you can register as a sleep walker if you can't be there. proceeds goes to ovarian cancer research.
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and is seventy mated it's 25 light years from earth but impressive. and there is information about the great barrier reef. 90% of the reef, the largest reef system is suffering from bleaching that is when the allergy is expelled and the coral loses its color. a community activist in trenton who passed away last year was honored in a special way today. they renamed a park juan martinez memorial park. trenton mayor, eric jackson, spoke at the events as well as family members of martinez, he is a resident of the south ward and is known for being hard on crime and a fighter for latino issues. students were at rock wood
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spoke at drexel hill. cecily tynan was a speaker there. i'm sure cecily was talking about running. >> i was. >> sometimes i talk about running too. >> just talk. >> i went for a run before the luncheon and i took a picture of the sky and trees when i was on my trail run. this is what i was looking at this morning and i thought it was beautiful and the trees were blooming and the sky was bloom and i looked down after i took this picture, know what i saw? i thought it was a dog but it's a fox. took the picture and it ran
away. and i when the other way. great weather for running or just getting outside. comfortably cool compared to the past two days. yesterday 78 and today 70 degrees, so cooler than the past two days but still 5 degrees above normal. still on the mild side. right now philadelphia is 70 and reading the same and allentown 71 and wilmington 68 degrees and with the winds out of the southeast off the ocean a lot cooler on the beaches and temperatures in the mid to upper 50s there. satellite 6 along with action radar showing that we could use the rain, we have been eight days without rain and if you look across the west, you see the low pressure that is just sitting there with a trailing cold front, the same system that brought the flooding rains to houston than is moving our way on friday and until then we have high pressure over us and with that high pressure, skies will be clear tonight and winds are
light and temperatures drop quickly. 47 in philadelphia and 38 in allentown and 39 in reading and 46 in cape may and millville 39 degrees and a frost advisory is posted for the pine barrens of new jersey until 8:00 tomorrow morning, a good idea if you live here go ahead and bring in the plants. future tracker showing as we head through the day we see high, thin clouds begin to move in and that front will move in on friday afternoon. the morning on friday should be dry and the afternoon is when we get the showers with the possibility of a few embedded thunderstorms as the front moves through and it keeps moving and that means the weekend should be beautiful. the five-day at 5:00, sun then increasing clouds tomorrow and filtered sunshine a high of 74 degrees, friday it's going to be warm, temperatures close to 80 ahead of the cold front, late day showers and perhaps a thunderstorm. and passover begins at sun down
and saturday it's beautiful again, 72 degrees and on sunday partly sunny and 69 and monday mostly cloudy with the possibility of a shower with a high of 70 and could get more showers on tuesday. adam will talk about that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. more news when we come right back. stay with us.
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"action news" continues with immediate gift, adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. hello again, monica is off and sharrie williams is joining us tonight. here is what is happening on "action news" this evening. they failed michigan families strong words from the prosecutor in flint. the new jersey nun on try for allegedly driving drunk learns her fate today and dramatic video capture a home that when up in flames in bucks county. michigan's attorney general says that it's guaranteed that more arrests are ahead in the flint water crisis, two state regulators and a flint employee are charged with tampering with evidence that shows that flint's
water was contaminated with led. >> reporter: sharrie residents in flint have been drinking bottled water for months and demanding justice, now michigan's attorney general says he is trying to provide the justice. >> the first wave of criminal charges filed in the flint water crisis. >> so many things went so terribly wrong and tragically wrong in flint. >> michigan's attorney general announced charges including official misconduct and evidence tampering. two were arraigned in court today facing up to five years in prison. >> they failed in their responsibility to protect the families of flint. >> this happened when flint switched their water source for more than a year. they say these officials lied.
and leaving nearly 100,000 residents exposed for months to deadly amounts of led. >> these are charges and we need to let due process work. governor rick snider believes the water is okay and will drink it for a month. he stops by this home filling up gallons of tap water for him and his wife to drink. prosecutors say it doesn't end here. >> it hurts when i have friends, personal close friends, live here. >> concerns over led contamination across the country. they added that the water crisis in flint was a wake-up call. i'm stephanie ramos, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that report. now to the dangerous
situation across texas as floodwaters continue to wreak havoc in parts of the state there, authorities are keeping their eyes on two major dams in the houston area, they say the dams are at 50% in populated areas, rescuers continue to evacuate residents from water logged neighborhoods. so far eight people have died and thousands more are homeless and relief is not in sight. forecaste forecasters issued a flash flood watch for tonight. in other news, the south jersey nun claimed a powerful sleep drug caused her to fail a sobriety test. >> sister kimberly miller a teacher at little flower middle
school rushed home after being found guilty of driving under the influence. >> she is in tears and crying and she knows what happens that night. >> the police dash-cam shows that it was december 2015 when she was pulled over after slamming into a body shop. she failed a field sobriety test and she failed a breathalyzer and it was thrown out because of a tech quality. in her trial she testified she took an ambien and a glass of alter wine and has no recollection of how she came to be at the police station. >> i was in my habit in handcuffs, i'm a nun, i was in handcuffs. >> they rejected sister kim's story and the ambien defense.
they do not recognize the idea of sleep driving and other charges have not decided if there will be an appeal. they ordered sister kim's driver's license suspended for 90 days and has paid over $600 in fines. people have signed a petition supporting the nun and the archdiocese of philadelphia will keep her on min straight he live while they review the conviction. the man accused of murdering two women more than 20 years ago is now on trial. opening statements got underway in the case of rudolph churchill, is he charged in the killing of cheryl hannibal in north philadelphia. the investigation turned cold until 2014 when authorities say that dna evidence collected from both crime scenes led to churchill. the sec man wanted in a
shootout with police is now in custody. michael bayne is facing charges including robbery. they say he was behind a holdup monmorning and when officers arrived there was an exchange of gun fire and bar was killed. the friends and family are marching today from the site of the shooting to the police station to bee demand answers about what happened. an "action news" viewer sent us a picture of the raging flames in warringing ton. the flames were through the roof and firefighters were pulled from the inside of the homes because the flames were so intense. the philadelphia police helicopter offered assistance, you see how big the fire was and it took an hour to get things under control and there were no reports of injuries.
a driver is in the hospital because of this crash in port richmond. authorities say that a protein tank inside of car started to leak and that touched off an explosion. it's not clear how badly the driver was injured. police are looking for a man that broke into a center city office building, they released this video of the monday morning crime. he made his way to the seventh floor and helped himself to a laptop, camera and mountain bike before hop ngt elevator and leaving. a nonprofit in philadelphia is tackling the problem of poverty. diversified community service hosted a two gin are you in this morning. they outlined the generation poverty strategy facing in city residents. early childhood education is
combined with quality workforce development services and other supportive services for the parents. >> the goal is to make the two generation approach on policy if the city on state and federal levels. >> lets get an update on the highways tonight in the traffic center. >> matt pellman is standing by with the update. it's busy all day today. >> that is an understatement, good afternoon. the situation at the delaware memorial bridge is adding hours to people's commute throughout the day, it's emergency construction going on and no end time is given on this, probably until the beginning of the weekend and one lane is getting by on the delaware memorial heading into the first state into newcastle, really slow speeds and miles of delays. we say go for the commodore barry bridge and that is packed as well. just 12 miles per hour. that still is a better bet than
the delaware memorial. if you can head for the walt whitman bridge, on the approaching there is a crash on 42 northbound approaching 676 and the overturned van on the blue route in delco. check out the travel time, 1 hour and 13 minutes to get south. the jam starts at the schuylkill and head for the 52' instead. 352 and 253 and 452 instead. rick and sharrie back over to you. more ahead on "action news" tonight. a teenager who posed as a doctor and even treated patients appears before a judge. what lawyers told him today. >> and big changes are coming for paper currency in america. we'll explain what is being done and how it involves two historic figures in our region. after a beautiful day
temperatures drop low enough in the pine barrens in new jersey, but we'll talk about temperatures heading towards 80 again but with the chance of rain in the forecast. >> and major sports news tonight including the eagles making a big deal with the browns, ducis rogers has the details. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as...
as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. new surveillance video, shows the suspect police are looking for
at a northwest church. the suspect is seen dressed address a police officer. he walked into the church just minutes before 45-year-old terry missing beavers arrived. she was a fitness instructor and married mother of three, her body was found by a student arriving for class. a plea deal is on the table for a florida teenager posing as a doctor. they have offered him a plea deal of three years in prison plus probation today. he can accept the deal or go to prison. he is also charged with stealing from an elderly woman who
thought he was a real doctor. fans attending the union game this weekend will face new security. all fans will be checked with metal detector wands at stadiums across the country. the stadium will be open 90 minutes before kickoff to cut down on wait times. this corresponds with others taken by other sports leagues. ducis rogers is here with more on the bold eagles move. >> one they hope will pay dividends in the near future. the eagles are working hard to move up in the nfl draft, it's a deal that gets them the second overall selection. the birds require cleveland's send overround pick and fourth rounder next year, they give up the first, third and fourth round pick this year and fourth
round next year and second rounder in 2018. jaime apody is here at the nova care facility with more. >> a lot to give up but it will all be worth if it brings a pro caliber quarterback to town. the rams are enamored of groth he played at north dakota state and is not a d one program, they confirmed they will take a quarterback with this pick and it's a matter of taste and he likes to eat. >> it's like pepperoni pizza or sausage, what do you like better, this is the best part about this, they are not the same guy they are different and unique in so many ways and at the same time they have great
traits and that gives them a chance. this is the highest the eagles have drafted since 1999 when they picked second and got donovan mcnabb, that works out and he was mentored by doug peterson and as for sam bradford they said he is not for sale neither picks will be ready for nfl this season. >> all right thank you jaime. the flyers are in the hot seat now they face elimination against the caps. jeff skversky is live at the wells fargo center. >> reporter: ducis flyers coach dave hextall is looking for a shakeup. braden schenn will join claude
giroux and the flyers are looking to avoid being swept for the first time in years. steve mason will be benched in game four. and he started only one game over the last month and he has not started a playoff game in five years when was playing for the capitals team he is facing tonight and he will try to save the season. >> i feel pretty good about my game and you know i'm going to play with confidence. and you know i have been practicing well and i'm going to be ready. >> for a while this season he got us big wins and tonight is a big win. it's good. he is excited to be back playing for us. i mean it doesn't change our game plan. >> only one team this year, the flyers overcome a 3-0 playoff
hole. game four is tonight at the wells fargo center. thank you jeff. phils taking on the mets, getting back to the eagles, if we get a quarterback that is a pro bowler for the next ten years it's a great move -- if not -- meanwhile rival construction companies got into a brawl in china, they did not use fists but used bull doeds -- dozers. it started with an argument between the company competing for business. and one bulldozer was flipped on its side. and no word on which bulldozer won.
. adam joseph is here and temperatures below yesterday. >> a little dip but it's still above average. as we look at double scan live radar a brilliant shot of the sky. that created a gorgeous scene, with the deep blue sky and the next round of cherry trees blossoming in the area. this is fda park, the blue in the upper part of your screen and i love these cherry trees because of how full these flowers get.
as we look atil we have 1.36 inch of rain. and running low for rainfall for the month and we'll try to gain that on friday and then next week on the seven day. 70s for allentown and reading and even the poconos the warm effort spot 72 degrees, southern areas much cooler and you can see the water off the ocean and it pulls the numbers back into the 60s and millville 63 and dover 64 degree, high pressure came in from the north overnight and there you can see that bubble of clear air for the mid-atlantic and the northeast. and that high sinks to the south and that allows the system to finally break away after flooding rains in the deep
south, a few days this week. as we look at the numbers tonight, 38 allentown and 39 in reading and a chill in the air with the clear sky and frost in the pine barrens in new jersey by tomorrow morning. the high is to the south means a return flow. winds go southerly except the shore could be cool in spots. but inland 74 degrees and we start with sun and clouds start to march in from the west during the afternoon hours, they will be high clouds and the sun will be able to penetrate through. on friday very warm again up near 80 degrees as the front collapses in and high pressure comes through and rain especially late friday into friday night. the exclusive accuweather forecast nice day tomorrow 74 and upper 70s and near 80 on friday and the rain coming in late in the day and a .25 to .50 inch of rain here. it does move out in time for the weekend. sunny here and wall-to-wall sun
and pleasant and 72 and cooler and 69 on sunday and that stays above average and remain as above normal through the seven day with clouds coming back in monday and tuesday with another round of rain, either one of those days before it drys out in the middle of next week with. the warmth comes but we'll break the dry stretch with a little rain friday afternoon. >> it's needed. thank you. thanks for coming today. i want each of you to grab a 2x8 and cut it. you'll have 2 saws to choose from.
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america's paper currency is changing. today officials announced that harriet tubman will replace andrew jackson on the $10 bill and alexander hamilton's face will remain on the $20 bill and on the back there will be five sufferage leaders. and the iconic lincoln memorial will stay and pictures of martin
luther king jury and eleanor roosevelt and marian sanderson will be added. share your thoughts on the bill change and say what others are saying about it. a penny for your thoughts so to speak. now the "action news" team is standing by with these stories next at 6:00. >> police discover a gun along with bulletses and drugs inside of a local catholic high school. and more fallout for the coin counting machines. targeting a big bank. and hillary clinton is campaigning in philadelphia, we'll have more on that as they focus on pennsylvania. now for meteorologist, cecily tynan, monica malpass, sharrie williams and the entire "action news" team, i'm rick williams "action news" is the 6:00 is next.
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valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, cecily tynan and jim gardner. wednesday night and jim is on assignment, i'm rick williams, in the news the eagles make a blockbuster trade and police identify a man suspected of killing a family dog in bucks county but the big story is bullets and guns found in a buck county high school. at pendergast high school, we know that five students are in custody. sara bloomquist is live near the campus in drexel hill with
reaction. >> reporter: well rick, that is new information from upper darby police, we learn that five student were arrested after drugs, a weapon and bullets were found in the school building. four males and one female. police tell us that this started as a drug deal, a student witnessed the drug deal and saw the weapon and saw the student take it into the school building and that student did the right thing and reported it. students dismissed address normal at pendergast memorial high school. they hold us at 11:00 this morning they heard an announcement over the loud speakers. >> i was in first period and the principal said we were in a lockdown and we thought it was a drill but it wasn't. >> the upper darby police spons after a student said there was a weapon on the