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right now on "action news" sunday morning, a teen is shot and killed. the hunt is on for the gunman. countdown to the vote we're tracking the latest stops and comments by all the candidates ahead of tuesday's primary in pennsylvania and delaware. win or go home, the flyers hopes are dangle off one game. it is game 6 in south philly. look at this beautiful shot sky6 live hd overlooking center city. chris sowers is here, helping you to plan the day, rain
yesterday, what about today? >> reporter: we'll see sunshine from start to finish today. as we look live over the commodor barry bridge. it willit will be chilly out ths morning, with the temperatures in the 30s and 40s. afternoon 60s. 46 degrees in philadelphia. trenton, 43. allentown, 40. you'll need a light jacket when you head out first thing this morning. yesterday at this time we were in the 60s, this is a good 15 to 20 degrees cooler. poconos 39. cape may, 50 degrees. 44 in dover. satellite and radar we'll keep it clear start to finish. it will be a nice finish to the weekend. 11:00 a.m., 58 degrees, 1:00 p.m., same thing, 63. 3:00 p.m., 66. more sunshine and by 5:00 p.m. 68 degrees shooting for a high of 68. when i come back in just a few minutes we're talking 80s in the seven-day forecast and we have the chance of showers and
thunderstorm for tuesday, details coming up in a bit. nydia? we have a developing story out of north philadelphia. a teenager has been gunned down during a fight involving several people outside a lounge. the action cam was at the scene the 400 block of east wyoming avenue. the 17-year-old boy was shot at 3:30 a.m. in front of the emergency cafe and lounge which was closed at the time. the victim was taken to saint christopher's hospital for children where he died. no word on a suspect or arrest. a woman made a dramatic escape 11 hours after she was abducted and sexually assaulted. neighbors were sunday by the woman at scream on the 5700 block of large wood street in west philadelphia. the 27-year-old woman was sexually assaulted and bound with duct tape. she was forced into a carat 4:00 a.m. the suspect is described as a
23-year-old black man with dark complex with locks and long beer. he was driving a car with tinted windows and trash bag over the rear drivers side. if you're just waking up, the candidates are making a final push for tuesday's primary in pennsylvania anne delaware. the candidates have been making whirlwind stops in the area over the past several days. hillary clinton campaign has been spending time in the philadelphia area. she is courting votes in connecticut this weekend. we have figure out what to do about it, we can't just watch it and pray about it, we need to figure out what to do about it. we need more good jobs with rising incomes. the recent rallies have focused on donald trump than her
democratic rival. she said trump is flip flopping on his position is an effort to draw support from a broader audience in the primaries. bernie sanders is meeting with voters in rhode island this morning. yesterday a huge crowd packed the chase center in wilmington, delaware to see the senator. we do well when the voter turnout is high. we do not well when the voter turnout is low. let us have the highest voter turnout in delaware history on tuesday. sanders is trailing clinton in the polls in pennsylvania and delaware. the republicans are canvassing the northeast corridor ahead of what some have dubbed the acela primary refersing the amtrak line in the northeastern state. west chester and wilks-berre tomorrow, trump attended --
attempted rather to diminish the competition from ted cruz and john kasich. and now we're down to two, i call it 1 1/2, i call it one, because i call it a half and a half. because they are both out. it's one. donald trump is leader in the pennsylvania polls of gop contenders. ted cruz is in indiana today. it's a look ahead since that state doesn't hold a primary into next month. yesterday he took a jab at trump during a speech in pittsburgh. donald trump is a washington insiders who has been supporting liberal democratic politicians for years. cruz may not farewell in pennsylvania and delaware, but his religious routes may give
him a boost in i understandian in understandian -- indiana. if we did all the free they wanted to, instead of 19 trillion we would have 30 trillion. kasich said there is no time for smear politics, he said it is time to get down to ideas that work. this week airports airs is special time, today the guests are bernie sanders and rnc chair rience prebis. pennsylvania senate candidates will be on 6abc. joe sestak and katie mcginty and vodvarka.
keep it right here after this week at 10:00 a.m. you can see the democrat debate at 11:00 a.m. this morning. 6:07. if you're just waking up with us, the flyers playoff hopes chapter 3 play out in south philadelphia. they can do a do or die game 6 by playing on home ice. "action news" was in washington, d.c. as the flyers walked off the ice winners of game number five. they shut out the caps after being badly out-shot. i like playing under pressure, i know i can play good in the playoffs, i play with confidence and believe in myself, and trust what i do. we know what we are, we
know what we are about, along the way we can make a few adjustments here and there, but you know at the core we know what we are. stay with us ahead in sports you'll hear from captain claude giroux and gm ron hextall. bruce springsteen honors prince and there's a local tribute in philadelphia. brand new video an apartment buildings -- an apartment building becomes an towering inferno. look at this, people scramble at a soccer mete. >> reporter: temperatures drop into the 30s and 40s, by monday we're back in the 80s. details the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast up next. knew knew
that is of course, the boss, bruce springsteen paying tribute to prince. we'll have more in the next half-hour on the passing of prince and a special tribute on saturday night live. this is new video of a gust of wind whipping tents around at a children's sock mete. boys and girls and their parents avoided getting severely hurt by the out of control tents. if you're just waking up with us, meteorologist tractor-trailer the forecast, hopefully not as windy as california. >> reporter: a little breeze, we're not tracking anything like that. different story than yesterday with all the rain pushing through. everything cleared the coast and now we're left with clear conditions. live we go to cape may. this is going to be another nice one. temperatures in the upper 60s,
hardly a cloud in the sky. very similar to what we saw this past week, all the bright blue and fabulous weather, 46 degrees in philadelphia. it's a chilly start we were already in the 60s. it was quite a ways cooler. bt -- dewpoint, 20. temperatures 46 degrees. pressure is rising. winds out of the north at 10 miles per hour. the temperatures are 16 to 20 degrees colder you'll need a light jacket early on. reading, 39. philadelphia, 46. trenton, 43. on the boards in atlantic city, 47. and millville, 44. high pressure firmly in control for everybody east of the mississippi. that's sitting right here. that high, just like what we saw last week it will keep the skies clear over the next day couple
of days. we have an area of low pressure coming off the front range, a warm front stretching across the great lake states and a cold front that could spawn severe weather later this afternoon and monday and tuesday across the heartland of the nation. the warm front will bring clouds and showers into the area tuesday and we could see thunderstorms with a little bit of instability of here's a look at the surface maps today. all the frontal systems stay to the west. we're looking at beautiful conditions, lots of sunshine, even tomorrow looks really, really nice. the frontal system gets closer monday evening. it collapses to the south by the time we get into tuesday. that's the next chance of moisture. well skip over today and tomorrow. future tracker starts out lunchtime on tuesday, mostly cloudy conditions, sunshine showers and thunderstorms erupting in the afternoon. doesn't look like anything severe, but we could have downpours and brief gust of wind with the thunderstorms as the
frontal system sags to the south. evening everything clears out and wednesday and thursday, everything looks nice again. gorgeous day today, 68 degrees, winds out of the north northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. we'll go hour by hour for you. you can see there is hardly a cloud in the sky, 58 degrees. 1:00 p.m., 63. 3:00 p.m., 66. 35:00 p.m., 68 degrees, again, light jacket early on, t-shirt later. 43 degrees in the suburbs, 49 for center city. looking good in the short term, 68 degrees, nice today. monday, 80 degrees. tuesday, very warm and sticky, high of 79. wednesday, close and sun, 67. maybe a shower for thursday, 62. mostly cloudy friday and saturday, 70 degrees both days. it is 6:15, new this
morning, a solar-powered plane has safely landed in northern california the latest stop on its around the world voyage it touched down near san francisco at 2:45 a.m. it took two days for the slow-moving aircraft to cross the pacific ocean in hawaii. it started out in all abu dhabi. the plane will make three more stops in the united states before crossing the atlantic ocean before ending its voyage in europe or north africa. exercise lovers have a cool new way to work out in delaware. jack markell and other leaders took a short ride to the pedaled
complex under construction and spread to a nearby home. a firefighter burned his hand and three police officers were treated for smoke inhalation. three police officers were wounded and the suspect is dead following a shooting outside a phoenix area walmart. when they arrived, the officer encountered suspect in front of the store. 24-year-old mitchell oakley shot at them. the officers returned fire and killed him. both officers are in stable condition and expected to recover. this morning there's a 25,000-dollar reward that leads to an arrest and conviction of the murderer he have 8 family members. 7 adults and a boy was found shot friday in four different homes near piketon, south of columbus. small children, including a
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philadelphia, 46. millville, 44. we were in the 60 at the same time yesterday. again, it's a lot cooler out there with the passage a frontal system yesterday evening. 11:00 a.m., 58 degrees, 1:00 p.m., 63. by 5:00 p.m., 68 we're forecasting a high somewhere around 68 to 70 degrees. here's satellite and radar, if you're traveling this afternoon everybody east of this line here you'll be fine, there should not be any turbulence out there. west of this line, we have low pressure here, the winds will be out of the of the south and the west that means there will be a severe weather outbreak, a battle zone that develops in the heartland of the nation. if you're traveling to wichita or home had a, or minneapolis there could storms on the stronger sides with tornados expected. this extends east into chicago this evening, and overnight tonight. thanks for the update. in sports, the flyers playoff
hopes are on the brink today. they face off with the caps in game 6 at the wells fargo center. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: it's unreal, the flyers yes, they are still alive, game 6 today noon at home. how unlikely is this matchup it's only the second time in team history, the flyers forced the game 6 after trailing 3 games to none in a playoff series. the only time this happened was in 2010 when they came back to beat the bruins. can they do it again against the capitals. despite a franchise low 11 shots on goal in game five, somehow, some way the flyers are back in the series. if they are going on to win it all gains the capitals, they can't just rely on michael neuvirth. we have to believe it's going to happen. we have to understand it's not going to be easy.
if we play a game like last game i don't think we'll have the same outcome. it's a wake-up call for us. we have to be better. we need a better effort from our group. biggest game of the year and our careers, that's all we're focused on, one shift, one period, one game. >> reporter: unfortunately, the flyers still have only one power play goal, face off for game 6 at noon. phillies are playing the best baseball in two years, the phils have not had a 500 record this late in the season since may of 2014. slowly they are showing promise. the young guys coming up big again last night in milwaukee. phillies scoring a season high phils up 6-4. franco in the field looking like
mike some schmidt. him 6 runs last night. 9th inning, two-run shot. phillies win be big, 10-6 that's at season high in runs. woman soccer scar carlie lloyd goes down with a right knee in houston playing for the houston dash suffered a contact injury in the 4th minute. lloyd's trainer tells "action news" they are hoping it is only a sprain and not a tearful moment that's the luck that carlie lloyd hopefully she is okay. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. if you're a parent, you know this, every child play also the blame game. toddlers blame everyone else
when they finds themselves in trouble. so was laura happens son in scotland when asked who painted lipstick on mommy's mirror? i don't know. it wasn't you? no, what was it? batman. batman? batman who did it. mom put this video on youtube instead of putting her son into time out. i love the way he as he is -- he says it. i'm sorry, daddy, gets me every time. there's much more coming up on "action news" sunday morning. we'll be right back.
new this morning, gunfire erupts at a birthday in burlington county. plus, police need your help finding an attacker who snatched a woman off a local street. amazingly she escaped after an 11 hour ordeal. what we know about the funeral for music legend, prince. meteorologist chris sowers is here. >> reporter: yesterday we had a rough start.
we look live on sky6 live hd we have clear conditions over the ben franklin bridge. we are setting ourself up for what looks to be another fabulous day around the delaware and lehigh valleys. with that said it's a little chilly. yesterday at this time we were sitting in the 60s, this morning we're showing 30s and 40s. as we flip it over to the numbers. 38 in fleetwood and quakertown. 34 in manners creek. it should be cooler up here. 37 in kennett square. saint davids 41. center city, 46. chester, showing 44 degrees. in south jersey and delaware we're seeing low to mid 40s out there this morning. satellite and radar showing a frontal system pushing through the great lake states doesn't get in here until tuesday, we'll hold off all the cloud cover and moisture for the next 48 hours sore. today we're looking at wall-to-wall blue skies. 68 degrees, mostly sunny conditions in the city of philadelphia. jersey shore will be quite a bit cooler with the onshore breeze
and ocean temperatures in the 50s, it's going to be a struggle to reach 60 degrees on the sand this afternoon. lots of sunshine, otherwise. looking ahead here, temperatures will rebound as we head into monday and beyond. lots of sunshine today. turning warmer, we could be flirting with 80 degrees over the neck -- next few days, it's unsettled for tuesday in the form of showers and thunderstorms. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, guys. chris, thank you. new this morning, a shooting at a birthday in burlington county, new jersey has land add woman in the hospital. the action cam was at the scene of butler and hooker street in riverside, the victim was critically injured and taken lordes hospital in willingboro. a pedestrian has been serious injured after getting hit by a vehicle on a south jersey street.
the action cam was at 42 and green tree road. the victim was hit at 8:30 trying to cross route 42. the accident happened by washington township carnival. a woman is recovering from a horrific ordeal she experienced in philadelphia. she was abducted and sexually assaulted and held captive for 11 hours before she managed to escape. jeff chirico has more from hunting park. i heard the screaming. i kept hearing her saying get off me. neighbors on the 5700 block of large wood street are stunned after a quiet afternoon was disrupted by screams from a woman they later learned was escaping her abductor. just a shirt on. >> reporter: the kidnapping happened at 49th and lancaster at 4 ram, the 20-year-old --
4:00 a.m., the 20-year-old woman was physically assaulted and bound with duct tape. it was found at the spot where the victim broke free. the guy was like they must have had her tied up. she was crying and hysterical and everything. passers by helped the woman and called 911. her teeth were knocked loose and the kidnapper said he would kill her. police described the suspect as a 23-year-old black man, dread locks and long beard and driving a four door car with tinted windows and plastic bag over the drivers side window. you want to watch out for the people closer to you and everybody to be safe. >> reporter: it is unclear how the victim got away, the police have said they are looking for one suspect, however, neighbors say they clearly saw two men hop
in the car and speed away. at the special victims unit in hunting park, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." time 6:35. it turns out the mystery that often surrounded the legendary musician prince will continue after his death. we've learned he was cremated and his remains will be kept in a private location. saturday, family, friends and loved ones paid tribute to the singer during a private ceremony at his paisley park compound. there will be a public celebration of his life, details will be announced at a later date. that's not stopping fans from having their own remembrances. i like red corvett. you know you can see how he was feeling when he was singing. >> reporter: for the majority of those who placed flowers and balloons and symbols iconic with
his name memories reflected on the sound track of their youth. i was a child of the 80s and prince was with me when i debris up. he was one of the important artists of my generation. he left an influence on i think everyone that was from the area. >> reporter: many stunned that such a power house is gone. it's not easy to lose someone you love and a part of our lives for so long. he could bring tears to my heart to know that he is a great artist, a genius as he was to die so young. interesting outside the occasional cell phone playing purple rain, there's no music playing here, rather an extended moment of silence while prince' songs remain on repeat around
the world. in minnesota, abc news. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the investigation intos death. u.s. presidential candidates are campaigning in pennsylvania and delaware with two days left before the primary. a big crowd greeted bernie sanders in delaware, yesterday. he promised a tuition free college indication. on the republican side ted cruz stumbled in western pennsylvania. he said businesses should provide separate bathroom also for transgendered americans. donald trump was campaigning in connecticut. and john kasich was canvassing for votes in rhode island. democratic candidates for
senate had their last televised debate before the primary. 6abc hosted the debate with all four candidates hoping to challenge republican pat toomey in the fall. the democratic debate airs at 11:00 a.m. this morning. you can see it at 6abc.com. stay with "action news" for primary election coverage on tuesday, we'll have representatives from the league of women voters to answer any questions you might have. call the number on the screen from 7:00 a.m. when the polls open until the polls close at 8:00 p.m. kelly ripa is talking about her absence from "live" with kelly and michael. she is returning to the show this week. ripa has not appeared alongz michael -- alongside michael strahan. he is living live to work for "g.m.a." ripa plans to return to
live on tuesday's show. she calls the live crew a family and looks forward to seeing them. you can see "live" with kelly and michael at 9:00 a.m. if you're just waking up with us on sunday morning, the flyers are trying to beat the washington capitals for the third straight time. flyers goalie, michael neuvirth will be asked to do more hefty lifting today. he pulled off a franchise record 44 saves in the 2-0 win over the caps. after a franchise low of 11 shots on goal in that game. fighting for her life. a young woman said her parents deserve to be prosecuted because they refused to take her to the doctor. let's take you outside, sky6 live hd giving you this lovely glimpse right here of
camden, new jersey, meteorologist chris sowers help you to plan your day, rain yesterday, what about today? he has the answer coming up in just a bit. narrator: listen to president obama endorse katie mcginty for senate. obama vo: katie will stand up to special interests to protect your right to health care, social security and equal pay for women. as the 9th of 10 kids and the mother of 3 daughters, katie is fighting to ensure every family has a
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chris sowers and david murphy who is big union fan. they came out to talk soccer and about the weather. ali gorman and sarah bloomquist and chris sowers they were all on hand to take pictures. good stuff. just so you know that was the only goal they scored. 5-year-olds didn't stand a chance. no mercy. >> reporter: it turned out to be a nice afternoon, the morning was gray and gloomy. we had showers and downpours, by lunchtime the skies brightened nicely and it turned out to be a nice day. speaking of nice days, we have another one coming coming up this afternoon. looking live at philadelphia international airport. hardly a cloud in the sky. radars crystal clear, we'll keep it that way for the next couple of days. 39 in reading, allentown. 40.
philadelphia, 46. 44 in millville and dover. cape may, 49. we have the slightest breeze out of the west/northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. with the temperatures in the 40s, and the light breeze you'll need a jacket. satellite and radar, crystal clear skies, high pressure in control. everybody east of the mississippi will enjoy clear conditions this afternoon and warm temperatures. we're down into the gulf coast states this afternoon and the numbers climb all the way up into the 70s and 80s. speaking of 80s there's a couple of times we could get close to 80 degrees if not a degree or warmer than that. this source of energy marchs east and the winds strengthen out of the south. all that warm air runs up the eastern seaboard. you'll see that the in the seven-day forecast. clear conditions, bright blue skies, a gem, get out and enjoy
it. don't forget the sunscreen. the angle of the sun is high and it's easy to get sunburn this time of the year. tomorrow morning, clear conditions for everybody, the exception being the lehigh valley, high, thin clouds passing by. monday night it's already. tuesday morning looks good, by afternoon we see the frontal system collapsing from the north and that means showers and thunderstorms and heavy downpours, rainfall totals on tuesday, today, tomorrow, perfectly clear. tuesday, rainfall totals a quarter to a half inch. it depends on where the heavier thunderstorms set up. if you get underneath swift storms maybe you'll see three-quarters of an inch. lehigh valley, nice, 70 degrees is if forecasted high. jersey shore, sunny and cooler, because of an onshore wind, 60 degrees. philadelphia, 68, mostly sunny, and pleasant.
the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 80 degrees very warm monday, close to 80 degrees tuesday, mostly cloudy, there's the shower and thunderstorm threat. wednesday, clouds and sun, 67. thursday, mostly cloudy, another chance of showers, a cooler high of 62 and then friday and saturday both look good at this point with high temperatures around 70 degrees. i could keep watching the video of you playing the five -years-old. you can get storm tracker 6 live anytime at 6abc.com/weather. a girl said her parents sacrificed her health because of religious beliefs. i would have terrible aches i would be sobbing it hurt so bad. >> reporter: 20-year-old mariah was born with a hole had her
heart. i couldn't catch my breath my chest was on fire. she said her condition could be repaired by surgery. my mom that i was needed to be prayed over and have more supplements and cure what i was having and she wouldn't take her to a doctor. her parents are an's who refused to take her to a doctor. memorandum e -- emily walton regrets not trying to intervene. i feel terrible about that. >> reporter: mariah grew up in idaho a state that provides
specific religious intent against children. it's unfair that my parents threw me into this situation. kids who are in need of medical care could make a report to other mandatory reporters to force medical care. >> reporter: mariah were part of the a panel about the issue at the state capitol. i hope this law is repealed so people like me will not have to suffer any more. mariah walton hopes to undergo a lung heart transplant she remains estranged from her parents when contacted her parents did not offer a comment
man who shot to death five people before killing himself said her father was a ticking time bomb. lauren haas said she and her mother and daughter hid in a neighbor's house during her father's killing spree. lauren's mother walked out on her father a week before the shooting. a simple task many of us have done countless time turned deadly for a south philadelphia man. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. he was a decent guy, a good hard working guy. >> reporter: frank is talking about mark marshall, the two knew each other through their union, district council 33, district 37. he was in the process of becoming a police officer he wanted to serve the community he was killed in.
on wednesday, december 16 he was walking his dogs on kingsessing avenue in southwest philadelphia. he had words with the guy. >> reporter: the suspect followed him and shot him multiple times. he died at the hospital. today there's no fistfight it's pulling the gun and it's over. >> reporter: police say the suspect was riding in an older model dodge or chrysler minivan. the suspect ask a black male mid 20s to early 30s, 5'7" to 5'10". medium build. he was wearing a light colored hoodie with an orange hat. there is a 32,500-dollar reward for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. the philadelphia parking authority where marshall worked is posting ten thousand dollars. 2500 is coming from local 1637,
696 and 159 and up to $20,000 is coming from the city of philadelphia. all you have to do is call the citizens crime commission at 215-546-tips. for crimefighters i'm rick williams, channel 6 "action news." it is now 6:53. target is giving its workers a raise. target will increase the minimum wage to $10 an hour to keep in line with similar moves by other companies. target has 340,000 employees around the nation, the last time they received a wage increase was a year ago in april of 2015. cbs launching a new curbside pick up service, commerce will have cvs express available in california and north carolina and georgia. it is expected to be in our area
on sunday morning. jet blue making it easier for travelers to grab shut eye. the terminal pod has a declining chair that plays special rhythms designed to help you take a nap. passengers get to snooze for 20 minutes before the chair wakes them up for lights music. robots in china can bring dishes to your tables. they can move along 6 paths and not respond to customers requests, there are several union working as servers at the restaurant, too. surfing queen is riding the wave across social media. her dad put a go pro on the surf
board. she has been learning to serve with her dad since she was 2 years old. even practicing in the pool in california. dad said letting her go was hard, but he couldn't be prouder of his little girl. look at her. pretty impressive. there's another hour of action on sunday morning. the boss honored prince, the music world and his fans say goodbye to a legend. doctors talk about treating refugees from war overseas. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll be right back. fight back and rebuild an economy. so does she. we need jobs that provide dignity
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right now on "action news," sunday morning, a teen is shot and killed. the hunt is on for the gunman. plus, count down to the vote. we're tracking the latest stops and comments by all the candidates ahead of tuesday's primary in pennsylvania anne delaware. win or go home. the flyers playoff hopes are dangling off a cliff again this afternoon. it is game 6 against the caps in south philly. pleasant good morning to you, it is 7:00 a.m., sunday, sky6 live hd giving you a live look of the temple university camera facing center city. it is pleasant start to the morning, however a bit chilly. how does we go to meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast.