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before tuesday's primary and flying high, the flyers keep their playoff hopes alive with a big win over washington. those stories in a moment, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, with the man you know and love, meteorologist chris sowers, how is it looking, chris? >> reporter: unfortunately they will not be loving me today. let's get you outside, it's been a picture-perfect weekend around the delaware and lehigh valleys, and then the weekend arrives and this what it looks like. that's the shot from the temple university camera. we have gray and gloom around the delaware valley, we have showers pushing through philadelphia. we have a line pushing through west of trenton. you can see the oranges and yellows. it is not form of shower activity, every now and then we're picking up downpours, montgomery county norristown, heavy rain. route 30 there will be a slow go
and ponding on the roadways and heavier stuff east of chadds ford pushing off to the east at are 15 to 20 miles per hour. if your son or daughter has a softball or t-ballgame later this morning, chances are it will be wet out there. day planner for the philadelphia area, 65 degrees with the showers and downpours around. 11:00 a.m., cloudy with showers, 1:00 p.m., same thing 69. probably by 2 or 3 we see the skies brighten up a little bit, temperatures warm to the low 70s west of philadelphia get into places like reading and allentown it's full sun. you get the idea the clouds will be slow to go. so slow the jersey shore probably stays socked in from start to finish. morning showers, 73. jersey shore, showers and cloudy throughout the day, 64. brighter weather is ahead in the seven-day forecast. temperatures in the 80s return in just a bit. thank you. time 9:01.
new information to tell you about this morning several people escaped serious injury when an suv crashed into a house in south jersey. take a look at the gaping hole in egg harbor township, atlantic county. the driver lost control on school house road around 1:00 a.m. and hit the home. the suv flipped over and landed on the roof. the driver had minor injuries. no one inside the house was hurt. investigators must determine if the home is structural sound. investigators are searching for clues to what caused this overnight house fire in camden county. the homeowners and the family dogs were inside when the fire started on the 900 block of hillside avenue. the family is okay thankfully, but the fate of the dogs is unclear. this morning a community in wilmington, delaware is struggling to come to terms with the death of a 16-year-old student. amy joyner frances died after being assaulted in the school
bathroom. the classmate also continue to come together -- classmates continue to come together to copy with the loss. >> reporter: police are still questioning people cected with the -- connected with the case, but no one has been arrested or charge. the case continues to bring grief among her classmates. there continues to be unbelievable grief among the students at howard high school of technology. my baby is gone, it hurts me to the core, i never expected to say rest in peace to one of my friends. >> reporter: a close friend joined others outside the school for another prayer vigil for amy joyner frances who died after a fatal assault in the school bathroom. if this don't wake delaware up, this don't wake wilmington
up, this don't wake howard up, i don't know, we need to come together as one. >> reporter: acting as spokesperson for the family, councilwoman said. this is an honor roll student manager of wrestling team whose mother and father were engaged in her life as well as her siblings. her friends say she was known for breaking up fights. they didn't condone violence she was not a fighter she was a lover. >> reporter: her friends released 16 blue balloons her favorite color to float away in the warm spring air in her memory. one, two, three, amy. >> reporter: details on the medical examiner's findings on the cause and manner of death have not been released. police say it's an on going investigation. meanwhile, funeral arrangements
are pending. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." 9:04. new this morning, police in georgia say the man suspected of shooting and killing five people in two separate shootings is dead. wayne anthony hall died of an apparent self inflicted gunshot injury. he shot three people outside a home outside augusta, georgia around 8:00 p.m. police responded to another home a mile away where two others were killed. the killing stemmed from a domestic dispute. his wife was not among the victims, but some of her families members were. the massive search continues for a killer after 8 family members were killed in ohio. the bodies were found 60 miles south of columbus, all shot in the head. police say it appears some of the victims were killed as they slept including a mother in bed
with her 4 day old baby nearby. the infant and two other small children were not hurt. authorities say the victims are related and whoever is responsible should be considered armed and dangerous. and now to the race to the white house. bill clinton will be campaigning in swathmore in ambler, while bernie sanders is campaigning in delaware. while in pennsylvania he talked to matt o'donnell about the race and the soda taxes. bernie sanders waded into philadelphia politics calling mayor kenny's soda tax regressive against the poor. i'm not going to get into philadelphia politics, but as
president of the united states we'll raise taxes on the 1%. >> reporter: winning pennsylvania will be a tall task for bernie sanders. hillary clinton won it back in 2008 when she first ran for president and her husband won it twice on the way to the white house. we're going to create an aton -- atonomy that will work for all in pennsylvania. mostly everyone predicted hillary would steam roll her way to the democrat be national convention this summer. sanders has stood in her way time and time again. let pennsylvania go forward. >> reporter: clinton herself compared his candidacy to hers in 2008 when she eventually stepped aside and supported barack obama. that's not going to happen. i am in the race to the end.
i believe it is good for the democratic party to have a vigorous debate. >> reporter: i look around and see a political revolution taking place. >> reporter: beating the secretary of state where she has done so well would shock political observers across the country like they have been shocked before in the 2016 white house race. with the sanders campaign in west philadelphia. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." on the republican side trump holds a rally at west chester university on monday, he stumbled in delaware touting his plan to crackdown on american companies who take business overseas. >> you say you're going to move that's great whatever that product is what it comes in it's you're going to pay a tax. nobody will move it's so simple. trump said america spends too much money defending other countries. he campaigns in connecticut another state holding a primary on tuesday. ted cruz campaigned in
pittsburgh holding several rallies yesterday. john kasich is in connecticut ahead of the primary on tuesday. 9:09. turning to a different race for the stanley cup. the flyers avoided playoff elimination again in an unbelievable way in washington, game 6 they let the goalie hang out to dry, but he stood tall stopping all 44 capital shots, the flyers had 11 shots all game the fewest in a win in franchise history. the game winner hit a washington player's skate and went in. the flyers won 2-0. game 6 tomorrow at noon in south philly. we'll hear from the flyers players coming up in sports. of course, there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. the philadelphia union is
beefing up security and the changes begin today. plus be -- looking for a good mechanic, it's not easy. how to find one you can trust. gray we have heavier cells over center city and more stuff off to the northwest. i'll let you know when it clears out and see the return of sunshine in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
so glad you stayed with us a camera lens that made it all the way to the moon and back has fetched big bucks. astronaut dave scott used this camera during the apollo mission in 1971. it was part of the camera used in the four lunar missions. it sold for $453,000. it's impressive to have that back on earth after pictures of outer space. i was looking outside and i was like why do i like this look so much. it's gray, that's why. >> reporter: i gray. we all like the color gray, but not on the weekend. jersey shore has a little bit of patchy fog, the visibility is down to 2 1/2 miles in cape may. three miles in atlantic city. you're dry for now, a couple of spritzes and sprinkles and heavy showers will be pushing through in the next hour or two.
let's go over to the radars. there's the activity west of the delaware river from trenton all the way through wilmington seeing the light rain and even heavier downpours, we'll zoom into montgomery county here's willow grove there's norristown, we pick up the across -- yellows and orangeses coming down at a good clip. most of it should past over the city within an hour and western portions of south jersey by 10:30 or so. again, if you have the outdoor plans in the next few hours, it's going to be a little dicey. we'll return to sunshine in the afternoon, but the morning hours are damp. west of trenton, southwestward through chester county, light rain, moderate showers. if you have the t-ballgames, i
couldn't like have to wait an hour or so and then you start them up. pressure is rising. winds shichght out of the north at -- shifting out of the north at 12 miles per hour. wait until you see the breezes overnight tonight. it's going to be chilly. philadelphia, 62. look at the blue to the northwest, 30s and 40s up there. trenton, 61. millville, 64. dover checking in at 63 degrees. satellite and radar, you see that little counter clockwise spin that's the upper level low. once that hits the coast it will take the showers along with it. it will pull that colder air down here with the counter clockwise wind wrapping around it, with the suburbs getting as cold as 38, 39 degrees. future tracker 6 we're seeing showers west of philadelphia. that's what the model is showing. 64 degrees here in philadelphia. but note what happens as we run
this thing along, 10:00 a.m., it doesn't look too impressive, just a little bit of shower activity, hearer cells toward the jersey shore. mid 60s. 1:00 p.m., western suburbs starting to clear. the clearing line progresses east throughout the day. the union taking on york, sun and clouds in chester. sunny skies to the west, cloudy skies to the east. that's the flavor of the day, clearing west to east. 30s and 40s overnight tonight for everybody. the lehigh valley, morning clouds, nice afternoon, high temperatures around 70 with a breeze picking up out of the north at 10 to 15 miles per hour. the jersey shore, gloomy, mostly cloudy, morning showers which could link into the first part of the afternoon, high temperatures stuck in the 60s, philadelphia, morning showers and clouds, otherwise giving way to afternoon sunshine becoming breezy and cooler, highs today around 73. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 70 degrees sunny and pleasant for sunday.
sunday is a nice looking day. it's at afternoon where there's barely a cloud in the sky, the sky is a bright blue score. a nice, refreshing day. monday, warm, sticky, high of 80. tuesday, 79, a shower. wednesday, 72 and mostly sunny, thursday, shower and 68. you can find the seven-day forecast and a live look storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at any time of the day at our website go to 6abc.com/weather. your time 9:17 new at 9:00 a.m. there's a fallout this morning from a doctor's confrontation with the uber driver. the doctor seen hitting the driver was fired from her job at a miami hospital. the doctor demanded a ride in a profanity raced rant, she has since apologized for her
paying more next career. an analyst with ubs said the retail giant could bump its membership 55 to $60 and the executive membership could climb $110 to $120. the last price hike happened in 2011. time, 9:20 here's something that happens to almost everyone. you bring your car in for routine maintenance or recall service, the mechanic tells you there's much bigger problems, how do you know if it is true. nydia han has what you need to know to avoid getting ripped off. >> reporter: be skeptical in searching for a good car members of congressic. car mechanic. lisa is not expert when it comes
to her car. i had done damage to a major part of the car. it was going to cost $4,000. >> reporter: suspicious she brought it to another mechanic and turns out a simple reboot of the computer took care of the problem. some mechanics may lie about what they find under the hood when you bring your vehicle into a shop. faking a leak putting drops of coolant on the begin or calling for a transmission flush which can cause damage. check the owners manual if you suspect the mechanic is trying to trick you to get you to replace something else.
>> reporter: seek out a second decision by a trusts mechanic in dealers may refused to the free fix unless you agree to other repairs or maintenance. refusing to do a recall service until you have other unrelated repairs done is unethical. dealers should be reported to the government. we have a link at 6abc.com. i'm nydia han channel 6 "action news." still ahead on "action news," this morning, what a night for the flyers and the phils both teams got big wins highlights next in sports. > so,
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a little gray on this saturday morning, this is probably why, it's dreary outside. meteorologist chris sowers says the sun will return. time 9:25 in sphorlts, -- sport, the flyers have a playoff pulse and the fill phils open a trip in milwaukee. >> reporter: we have a series between the flyers and the capitals. the flyers survived game five last night. opening seconds of the team, both teams trying to send a message. second period no score, flyers, power play expiring, ryan white cleebs -- cleans up the mess. the puck goes off a capitals player's skate.
facing a barrage ever shots in the second period, he makes a great save after great save after great save. 44 saves in all. empty netter, flyers win 2-zip. they force a game 6 coming up tomorrow at noon at the wells fargo center. that was their best game of the series, they came at us pretty hard, and -- >> reporter: how does it feel to be sending it back to philadelphia for game 6. it feels good, it's a team game every guy stepped up, we need to be at our best. it's a big win for us. >> reporter: the flyers are looking good, so are the phillies they hit the road in milwaukee. they send aaron nola looking for the first victory of the season.
chris carter singles in a run. 1-brewers, that's the only one nola gave up in the seven innings. franco, a towering home run, 2-run shot. he would later hit another homer in the game. nola gets the win rms so do the the -- so do the phils. union game here at home, coverage begins at 3:30. you can catch that match on 6abc. i'm ducis rogers have yourself a terrific weekend. fans attending the union game will face extra security all fans being checked with metal detecters wands across the country. major league soccer announced the measures this week. mls says the new measures correspondent with -- correspond
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this message. happening now on "action news," saturday at 9:00 a.m. more than a dozen people in south philadelphia are waking up to find their tires slashed. this morning a suspect in custody. plus, two people are rushed to the hospital after a wreck on the schuylkill expressway. honoring prince fans can see his cult classic, purple rain in theaters today. speaking of purple rain it's raining outside this morning. rmts it's not purple, though.
temperatures are nice, there's a breeze kicking up a bit. and the rain is coming down. double scan live showing oranges and yellows developing. with the downpours we're seeing gusts. the wind are at least 20 miles per hour on city avenue. i would zoom into parts of the area, and again from cherry hill to philadelphia, center city, this that is, reporting light rain at this point. every now and then you see a blotch of orange or yellow. heavier stuff from willow grove to jenkintown norristown reporting moderate rainfall. route 30 a slow go from media into the norristown area. the good news it has cleared reading and lancaster. this is the last of it. once this pulls through, from that point on we should see a combination of sun and clouds. if you're heading to the union tame start time 4:00 p.m.
against new york, look for a combination of sun and clouds, it will be breezy. 72. by the time they get it wrapped up temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s. by the way it is "action news" day i'll be there, david murphy, ali gorman, and sarah bloomquist will be. come say high and we'll say -- come say hi, we'll have a lot of fun. we'll go down into the 30s and 40s overnight tonight. the 80s return in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. westbound crash closed lanes near the montgomery avenue exit near 3:30 a.m. police closed the westbound lanes and detoured traffic on montgomery avenue. two people were taken to the hospital.
there is no word about their conditions. new overnight an alleged tire slasher is facing charges after going on a destructive spree in south philadelphia. he is accused of slashing 13 tires on 13 cars. a neighbor heard the commotion and called the police. officers found the individual hiding between parked cars with the knife next to him. beginning today, prince fans can see purple rain in theaters once again. amc theaters will play the cult classic today at dozens of theaters across the country. that comes as the investigation into principal's death continues, we go to minnesota with the latest. >> reporter: as the purple rain continues to fall we have the first official account of principal's last hours when he returned wednesday night to an apparently empty paisley park. then the superstar died alone.
he had on a shirt and pants of some sort. he was dressed. >> reporter: his staff found him and called 911. cpr was started and unsuccessful. he was pronounced deceased at 10:07. >> reporter: results of the autopsy won't be final for weeks. with the body released to his family, new focus on his health scare last week when the private plane made an emergency landing descending approximately 45,000 feet in 17 minutes. prince checked into a local hospital for three hours and went home. the team said he had the flu. those who loved the music legend are numb over his sudden death. oh, my god i was devastated. i can't believe it. his influence on everybody has been pretty profound.
>> reporter: the loss shared by millions who wore purple princeton's memory including michelle obama who had lunch with queen elizabeth wearing a purple dress. investigators promise a full investigation into principal's death. meantime we're awaiting word from principal's family is to the funeral arrangement also. abc news, minnesota. the time 9:35 we turn to the race for 2016. voters in pennsylvania and delaware hit the polls tuesday candidates are making their final push for the votes. today bernie sanders is bringing his message to wilmington. he is holding a future to believe in rally at the chase center on the river front. doors open at 1:00 p.m., that event will free and open to the public. bill clinton makes stop in the area today on behalf of his wife hillary. he visitors swathmore, delaware county and ambler montgomery
county. the clinton economic and gun control plans will be seen at those stops. gabriellegabby gifford a survivn violence joins him. hillary clinton during a stop discussed gun control. we can't ignore the second amendment and ignore the 33,000 people a year die from gun violence. mills clinton holds a -- mrs. clinton holds a recall -- rally in rhode island today. donald trump turned his focus to connecticut. he comes to west chester university monday. ted cruz campaigns in pittsburgh today. he had rallies in other parts of pennsylvania yesterday. john kasich is spending the day in rhode island. pennsylvania, rhode island, connecticut and maryland voters
go to the polls on tuesday. when voters head to the polls on tuesday, they will be casting a ballot for the race for the u.s. senate. all four candidates took part in the debate before tuesday's primary held in our 6abc studios. the candidates are vying to challenge pat toomey in the fall. you can watch the debate in its entirety tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. right here on 6abc stay with "action news" for complete primary election coverage on tuesday, we'll have representatives from the league of women voters to answer any confess that you -- questions you might have. you can call the number that you see on the screen from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. when the polls close. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. prince george meets president obama and he does it in his pajamas, the adorable pictures coming your way in just a bit. it's one of the best
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president obama spoke at a town hall in london this morning. he under young britains to take a progressive view on variety of issues including lgbt rights. he talked about william shakespeare's death. he passed away 400 years ago. his plays have been performed in almost every country on earth. now to make you smile. the picture that captured hearts from here to london. president obama shook hands with a pajama-clad prince george while visiting kensington palace. he was wrapped in a white dressing gown. he wasn't too tired to show president obama his rocking horse. the president enjoyed dinner with prince william and is wife kate and prince harry. i think it's adorable the prince on the rocking horse and robe. you have a robe like that?
>> reporter: no. let's get you caught up with the forecast. a little rain, but the sun will run. >> reporter: the afternoon looks better than the morning. a little gray and gloomy, live we go on sky 6. we are in penns landing. the wind was blowing sideways on city avenue. no point in having the umbrella the wind was blowing sideways, my papts -- pants were soaked, but everything else is okay. these are wind swept showers. most of the activities are west of south jersey, there's the delaware river. it's the i-95 corridor that's seeing it at this point. two heavier batches across western gloucester and haddonfield and cherry hill. the heavier stuff is pushing east away from the city itself. we have a heavy cell west of
manayunk. this will pull through manayunk in the next half-hour and bridesburg and jenkintown will see showers and downpours, as well. as we put it into motion. we saw heavier showers overnight when we were sound asleep. this is on the backside of the area of low pressure that's sitting off to the southwest near washington, d.c. once it hits the coast and begins to pull away, it takes the moisture along with it. from that point on that's when skies start to brighten up a little bit. it looks like a nicer afternoon for the philadelphia area. we should get up up to 73 degrees. it will be cooler than what we've seen for the last couple of days, but not too bad, since the normal high is 67. trenton. 61. 40s and 50s up in the north. millville, 65. dover, 64. on the boardwalk in atlantic city, showing 64 degrees. light breeze out of the northwest 10 to 15 miles per hour. these will pick up as the storm
pulls away out of the north, northwest so to 20 miles per hour. occasionally there could be a higher gust. from that point on, once this gets out of here we'll see the cloud deck race east. skies will open up. high pressure you can see it another area of clear skies rolls in and sets up for the delaware valley. equally as nice on monday. monday we could hit 80 degrees. this is high-resolution forecast model. 10:00 a.m., lots of clouds and patchy drizzle in areas where you're not seeing green. otherwise, scattered showers and downstairs pours. this continues for philadelphia and points south and east. notice the clearing as we go progress 4, 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., clear conditions to the west, cloudy to the east. everybody clears out tonight that sets up a beautiful sunday and monday for the delaware and lehigh valleys. this afternoon, morning clouds
and showers, maybe a downpour thrown in there at times. clouds breaking for sunshine during the afternoon. 73 degrees is the forecasted high. winds picking up 10 to 20 miles per hour. hour by hour, 1:00 p.m., 69, still cloudy and damp at that point. it's after 1:00 p.m. they start to see a little bit of sunshine. temperatures in the 70s. overnight tonight, clear skies, chilly, 38 degrees outlying suburbs. 46 for center city. it's mild for frost advisories, but that's chilly compared to where we've been this past week. morning showers, afternoon sunshine, 73 today. sunny and pleasant sunday, 70 degrees, monday we're up to 80. tuesday possibly another 80-degree day, maybe a shower or two. we see clearing for wednesday and high of 72 degrees. not too bad a little damp this morning, but it will be all right this afternoon. like you said we need the rain i was looking at it like i
need a new paint job. >> reporter: it's all the pollen. it will wash it away. a post from pope francis' instagram page tells quite the remarkable story for some teenagers who got the surprise of a lifetime from the holy father. the pontiff made an unannounced appearance at st. peter's square where thousands were participating in a holy year youth day and 16 of the participants they sat face-to-face with the pope for confession, pretty awesome. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" success story shows the unconditional love between a woman and her dog and the rescue that made it all happen. here's matt o'donnell. i held her for the first time. >> reporter: connie and her mother rescued rachel in 2010. we go to the park ascertain
walks around the neighborhood. >> reporter: when connie's mom passed it was rachel who rescued connie. she comforted me. it's awesome how much rachel helps connie and connie helps rachel. >> reporter: christian has more than five thousand stories to celebrate. she remembers them all. she started all for paws rescue in 2009. seeing success stories like connie and rachel is what keeps her motivated. there's no greater bond and unconditional love. >> reporter: now she is trying to find a home for trinity. loves to hug, but with kids and other dogs. a nice girl. rita is a family pet surrendered to animal control. she was huddled in the corner and terrified. since moving to her foster home she has come out of her shell.
peanut is a senior dog with plenty of spunk. he was surrendered from one home. this is ben who was dropped off at a high kill shelter in the south, he is friendly and house broken and ready forward his forever home. if you're interested in ben or any of the dogs you met visit the all for paws rescue website. if you would like us to share your shelter success stories post a picture to the facebook page using the #6abc shelter me and tell us about your pets and how much they mean to you. we'll feature your stories on the up coming "shelter me rescue of the week" segments. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." a message for all pet owners, send pictures and videos of your furry friends to join
ever braving the rainy weather for a good cause. they are riding 125 miles per hour to gettysburg to honor the military and celebrate the american spirit. in "healthcheck" at 9:00 a.m. we're taking you inside a different kind of fitness center in south jersey, you can swim to get in shape or stay in shape while recovering from an injury. health reporter and registered nurse ali gorman takes us to pro swim fitness.
>> reporter: jay steelman is training for the next triathlon. he came to pro swim fitness to swim better and longer distances. at first it feels weird because you're having water come at you and you're staying in place as you're swimming. after a while you get a feel for it, as your stroke gets better you can increase the speed. >> reporter: patty anne co-other than said the flow is set to a certain resistance, swimmers decide how fast they want to move. or walk or run on an under water treadmill. they were a camera and coaches. the coach tells you what to fix. >> reporter: i could swim a quarter mile to a half mile now which i couldn't swim 30 seconds before. it's the best calorie
burner you can do without all the impact on your body. >> reporter: because there's little impact the pools are used for rehabilitation. 15-year-old mia is working with break-threw physical therapy. she and her teammates from the lenape swim team was in a bus accident in december. he had hurt her hip and wrist. she said pool therapy has helped her and her friends slowly get back on track and back on top. not only about getting back it's about getting better. >> reporter: pro swim fitness has two endless pools and therapy pools. there's two different packages, if you by 12 sessions it's $36 for 30 minutes. we have details on 6abc.com. ali gorman channel 6 "action news."
warmer monday, 80 degrees, followed by 79 by tuesday. thank you so much, 9:56. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later 0 tonight. we'll be back bright and early at 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, cleaning and cashing in how to make green while doing spring cleaning. in "healthcheck" how eating fast food can impact your hormones. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a grate day. -- make it a great day. narrator: listen to president obama endorse
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