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lloyd goes down with a right knee injury tonight during a match in or land owe.
delran, new jersey native will have a mri monday in the philadelphia area it could put her status for the olympics in jeopardy. lloyd playing for houston dash in the national the women's sock are league tonight suffers a non-contact right knee injury in the fourth minute. they don't know the extent of the injury but lloyd's trainer tells "action news" tonight that they are hoping it is only an mcl sprain and not a tear. union off to their best start in team history. look at who is at the game begins new york city, ryan arcidiacono and national champs. nova a is a good luck charm, every where they go, people win, around them. union with 21st half goals, cj sapong deflected in. union win two to nothing. they won five straight at home. they are tied for first place,
the union need to starting to go more phillies game. hopefully eagles game. >> yes, absolutely. >> yes. >> i'll cheer for villanova. >> much more "action news" at 11:30 have after this. 5 white men brutally attack an african-american. using racial slurs. and beating the victim unconscious. the entire incident caught on tape.
what happening on "action news" at 11:30 tonight. family who have lost loved ones to violence spent time remembering their lives with fondness and celebration. plus, a street fair for the ages, thousands turned out for broad street, in center city for a scene of a more like boardwalk at jersey shore. and it has been rumored for years now, that music vault where prince stored countless unreleased songs, why we may hear so much more new music for so many years to come. but first, here at 11:35, investigators are trying to piece together murders of the eight members of the same family in ohio, and seven adults and a teenage boy were found fatally shot yesterday in the town 60 miles south of columbus. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: who left a trail of carnage at four murder scenes in southern ohio.
>> they are both good. >> reporter: it is police who know who shot eight people dead in the killing spree or why, they are not saying. >> i have never -- never i imagined such devastation to a family, to a county. >> reporter: all of the victims were from the family ranging from 16 to 44, all shot at close range execution style, some, apparently as they slept. the bodies were found in four homes, less than 2 miles apart. >> it is hard braking. the one mom, apparently was killed in her bed with the four day old right there. >> reporter: that new born, monk three children, left unharmed. this small close knit community is now in shock. >> they are broken. they are angry. they are grieving. >> reporter: and, they are scared. >> we do in the know whether we're talking about one individual, or two or three or
more. >> reporter: fear for public safety is now driving the desperate search for whoever pulled the trigger. >> there is a strong possibility that any individual involved with this are armed and extremely dangerous. >> reporter: this is as the family is asking for prayers and for information, from the public. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. investigators in camden county say human remains were found this afternoon, in the coupe are river. the group was cleaning up the river around noon time today when they found bones along gateway park near admiral wilson boulevard. pennsauken police are looking to identified the remains that have been sent to the medical examiner. well, tires of more than a dozen cars in south philadelphia were slashed, early this morning, and police say the suspect was rather easy to catch because he was crouched, between two park cars, next to a knife. police were called to the 1700 block of christian street just
before 1:30 this morning, after residents said they spotted someone slashing a tire. police arrived and they found three cars were damage. during their investigation they spotted a man between the cars, and then took him into custody. lots of damage but no one seriously hurt overnight when a driver of the suv slammed into a house in egg harbor township. this happened on schoolhouse road near bevis road. the driver lost control, went off that road, and hit the house and then flipped over, and the driver suffered minor injuries, but the residents of the house were not hurt. no word tonight, on any charges. it was a celebration of life, after loss, today, more than 100 chester families gathered this morning to remember their loved ones whose lives were cut short by violence in that city. a "action news" reporter trish hartman was there. >> unaudible. >> reporter: big smiles and laughs, filled the market street ballroom in marcus hook. the afternoon of comedy and
fellowship was much needed for the parents whose children were killed in the city of chester. >> it the is unbelievable that we really forgot how to laugh and enjoy ourselves. >> reporter: beverly wright helped form the group women have of the strength united for change in 2007. her son enan was shot and killed in chester in 2005. >> he was a happy, go lucky guy, and i necessity he don't want me to be sad. so i pick it up, and then i am embracing it and i i have to pick it up. >> reporter: group provides support for mothers in chester with similar experiences this event gives parents the chance to celebrate birthdays of those killed over dinner and a comedy show, including the parents of the charles reynolds junior. >> aim's excited about today to laugh and remember him with people that knew him. >> to have his first, you know, celebration of his life, 31 years he had been here. he accomplished a lot in his 31 years. >> reporter: after four years after franklin carter junior was shot and killed his mother says that there has been no arrests.
she says that this group has been a god send. >> getting around with the women built me up and kept the lord on my side. i'm just so happy to be with this wonderful group. >> reporter: it was a pack house, all 150 seats were filled, organizers hope to make it a yearly event and maybe bigger next year. reporting from marcus hook, trish hartman for channel six "action news". a local chef served up lynch to some of those who would otherwise go without. pizza, sandwiches and chips on the menu at homeless and veterans multi services center in olde city. free mail was compliments of the chef murph a well men shelter chefs, of the humans for people foundation. the foundation uses donated food there food banks to create meals, for shelters throughout the area. well, that rain, this morning might have had so many pool thinking about how to make their gardens grow. that was the exactly the idea at morris a arboretum today. they held its arbor day family day festival to help visitors
learn things like how to choose the best plants and designing a garden. spotted girl scouts in the video, that is a good reason why. this event is helping them earn their gardener dash. >> here to come on "action news" tonight. >> we can put out more work in a month then what most people could do in a year or mow. >> we may not have heard the last of prince's music, why some experts say, so many new songs could be still coming. but first, a perfect day for acrobats on broad street or just arriving on a center city ferris wheel, the festival drew thousands, melissa. we had a damp start to the day but sunshine came back. it is clear tonight. it looks like the sun will prevail for the good chunk of the day tomorrow. we've got details with accu weather coming up in a little bit.
wildwood but middle of broad street in center city philadelphia thousands came out to the pifa street fair today and enjoyed what seems like a day at the beach there were rides, ferris wheel, lots of food and drink and astronauts and this guy, dressed up like a tree presumably because, first day, that is my guess. >> that is why not. >> good costume too. >> yeah. >> it was a beautiful day to be outside. >> really nice this afternoon, brian. very nice, really fun things to do. >> yes. >> it looks like we have a good day on tap as we get into sunday. here's storm tracker six live double scan radar, it is dry,
no issues with precipitation. after a few early morning rain showers, it is cleared tonight. we will show you picture outside, sky one live in hd looking at ben franklin bridge on this saturday night and we have purple light, as we pay tribute to prince, who recently passed away but we have clear conditions across the region, and it looks nice and comfortable as we get in the second half of the weekend. currently outside in philadelphia we are coming in at 56. dew point at 30. wind out of the northwest at 12 miles an hour, the pressure, 29.297, and rising in the wake of the showers we had earlier today. ocean temperature coming in at 54. neighborhood numbers north and west, after a high today of 70. we are cooling down in the the 40's and 50's. forty-nine in slating ton. forty-eight in quakertown. fifty-six in center city. fifty for kenneth squat, coatsville and oxford and over if new who will an. a temperature of 49. out across new jersey 53 in browns mills and hammington.
fifty's for the beach and vineland. lower 50's for hockessin 567893 degrees at dover at this hour. a satellite six with action radar showing you we're clear after a tenth to .2 of an inch of rain earlier today. skies are clearing out nicely from new england all the way down across the mid-atlantic region. we have high pressure taking over across the great lakes, that would be slowly, slipping southward i should say as we go throughout the day and as a result we are tapping in the northerly win. so for the next 12 hours and call from accu weather tonight is mostly clear, cool, comfortable still. thirty-seven in the suburbs. there could be a couple areas have of patchy frost, otherwise, 46 in philadelphia for the overnight low. future tracker six showing you at 8:00 in the morning, not a bad start. forty-six in philadelphia, 43 in reading. yes, upper 30's in the poconos and 48 degrees at the coast. there in wildwood, as you go throughout the day tomorrow, numbers a lock the i-95 corridor easily in the lower 60's a. we will max out where we will get close to 07 degrees here in philadelphia.
plenty on have sunshine to enjoy. in fact, that is the call from accu weather tomorrow. so, 07's for the high tomorrow, for that region and it looks like most locations will be in the upper 60's to lower 70's. the accu weather forecast is showing you mostly sunny for us on sunday. high temperature near 70 degrees. on monday, a taste of summer on the way, so by late sunday into monday we're tracking a warm front. it is lifting northward throughout our region. so we will tap in the south the westerly win. high temperature on machine near 80 degrees. on tuesday it is still warm, a couple of showers possible, by days end, coming in at 79, and then high pressure takes over once gannon wednesday, sunny and 69. thursday 65 degrees. couple showers possible. could be a touch cooler depending on how much moisture moves on through. on friday, a left over shower, and otherwise, it is cloudy with a high temperature of 71. next saturday, brian, sunshine and clouds and a high temperature of 71 degrees. certainly not the bad as we close out our weekend tomorrow. >> sound good to me. >> thanks, melissa.
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questions surrounding prince's death, there are, well, is there curiosity about the the music he left behind. some fans are convince that had some of his best work could still be stashed away unheard. abc news ann harris has details of prince's mysterious volt. >> ♪ doves cry >> for fans, the word of his looks bay guiding through his massive library of music, there is good news this morning. >> ♪ >> reporter: seven time grammy award winner recordly left behind a secret vault of songs, so vast, his estate could release an album a year, for the next century. >> we could put out more work in a month then most people could do in a year or more. >> reporter: susan rodgers a former recording engineer for prince said the purple one was recording so much that she started to collect his tapes, and storing them in one place.
>> ♪ >> reporter: meaning under cover songs, could become available dating back all the way to 1984, back at the time of his signature purple rain. blueprints give us a view inside prince's massive studio complex and home, paisley park, including the section in the basement, marked tape vault b9. rodgers described it as a giant room filled with shelves that filled up quickly with private, sonic, treasures, all sealed behind a doors, locked with a large spinning wheel. >> at the moment we spoke he had five albums in his head and he had to get them out. >> reporter: prince rarely went in the the vault but did tell abc the view he believes one way or the other the material would eventually beast come public. >> one day, someone will release them. i don't know that i will get to release them. >> reporter: prince wasn't married and he had no kid. so with no obvious he irs could representatives for his estate battle over his music? it would be a twist for a man who spent five years waging a very public war begins his
record label, warner brothers, for control of his music. >> i don't own purple rain, i don't own when doves cry. >> reporter: in the end the bend fish yard is of to this vault may end up being his fans, who may miss their prince but could have enormous amounts of as yet unheard music, to keep his memory, very much alive. the phillies are playing their best baseball nearly two years. phillies haven't had a 500 record, this late in the season, since may of 2004. but, slowly they are slowing promise. young guys coming up big again tonight in milwaukee. phillies score ten runs against the brewers. center of this miguel franco, fourth inning, his third home run in two days. franco seven rbi's so far in this series. phillies up six-four. bottom of the fifth, franco in the field, ryan brawn the hot shot to third. he looks like mike schmidt
right there. wow. franco, and odubel herrera a combines for six hits and six runs tonight. ninth inning, herrera a the little will bull, opposite field, two run shot, philadelphia, winning ten-six. what a performance, by the phillies tonight. charlie morton does leave tonight's game in the second with an hamstring injury, let's hope he is okay. hockey now, flyers, it the is unreal that they are still alive, so just how likely is this? it is only second time in team history they have forced a game six after trailing three games to none. the only other time, 2010. that is when they came back to beat the bruins. can they do it again. flyers, here, despite a franchise low 11 shots on goal. but somehow, some way, the flyers are back in this series. if they are going to beat the capitals, they cannot just rely on goalie michael
neuvirth. >> we have to score. we need to understand that it is not going to be easy and if we play a game like we did last game i don't think we will have the same outcome but it is a wake up call. >> it is a wake up call for us. we have to be better. i don't think anyone is kidding themselves to think that we should have won last night. we did win. we will move on from that. we need a better effort from our group. >> tomorrow is the biggest game of the year. our biggest game of our career, and that is all we're focused on. one shift, one period, within game. >> hopefully the flyers play like this, tomorrow, at noon tomorrow at wells fargo center arena football soul hosting cleveland, dan raudabaugh has mess touchdowns, eight more, reynolds, what a play, wow. the soul winning, big, 67-50. hopefully the flyers can do just that, brian, tomorrow at noon, at home in game
number six. >> thanks, fingers crossed, jeff, thanks very much. finally some local teenagers battling serious illness, had a chance to let loose tonight. du pont hospital hosted a special prom for the teens in wilmington. they arrived in style. sports cars, fire trucks, dropping them off at red carpet, and entertainment before the big dance, even including the flame thrower and kid enjoyed music, dinner and dancing. extraordinary night for them. castle is up next on channel six. "action news" continues at 6:00 o'clock tomorrow morning with nydia han, gray hall, and chris sowers. now for walter perez, melissa magee, jeff skversky and the entire "action news" team, i'm brian taff. have a great night, and great rest of the weekend. >> ♪
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