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you, it is 5:30, saturday, april 30. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." stabbed at a center city hotel, police take a man into custody after another man is stabbed in the neck. out of control, a meeting to discuss the controversial "stop and frisk" policy turns into a shouting match. tracking more rain we get a reprieve before the next system moves into the delaware and lehigh valleys. chris sowers is here with a look at the exclusive accuweather
seven-day forecast to help you plan your day. chris, how are we looking? >> reporter: a little bit. we'll see the sun today. it's been three days since we've been locked in pretty good, lots of clouds, that have helped to keep the temperatures chilly around the delaware and lehigh valleys. atlantic city, it's quiet, but temperatures on the chilly side. 45 in allentown. 48 in philadelphia. millville, 47. same number for wilmington and dover. a fleet of 48s down the shore from beach haven to cape may. reading, 45 and the poconos, 40 degrees. satellite and radar, a lot of cloud cover across the mid atlantic states and the northeast this morning, a thicker cloud deck starting to approach from the southwest that's in advance of the next system that will be swinging through for tomorrow and bringing more rain to parts of the area. forecast for today, you'll see a little bit of sunshine out there. lots of clouds, peeks of sun,
56 degrees, 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 60. 5:00 p.m., 63. we're shooting for a warmer high of 64. the last several days we've been stuck in the 50s. double scan live a mess heading our way on sunday. gray? we're following breaking news, coming from kensington, police say a dispute between neighbors sparked a shooting on the 400 block of crystal street this morning. the suspected shooter is believed to have shot at his neighbor and went into his own home and would not come out when the police got to the scene. a negotiator was called out along with swat officers. the suspect surrendered after an hour and a half there were no injuries. "action news" gathered new details on the slash lg of a man inside -- of a slashing of a man inside the embassy sweets on the benjamin franklin parkway.
two men got into a dispute, one man pulled out a knife and slashed the 27-year-old man in the neck. that victim is in stable condition at hanheman university hospital. stop "stop and frisk" polg in philadelphia has been at the center of heated discussions for years, while mayor jim kenny said those days are over. some community members are not convinced about this, their emotions boiled over last night. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a forum between mayor kenny and commissioner ross as the status of stop "stop and frisk"y the perceives administration. the meeting started in an orderly fashion saying he kept his campaign promise of ending stop and frisk by police.
[inaudible] >> reporter: the mayor apologized for what went on before he took office, but for some reason people are not buying it. we're not going to listen to all this nonsense about policy and numbers. >> reporter: reverend reminded people they are in the house of god and unloaded on the mayor himself. [inaudible]. >> reporter: one lady under attend des to sign a petition for police to get out of their neighborhoods. [inaudible]. >> reporter: the mayor tried to speak, but kept getting interrupted. [inaudible] >> reporter: soon there was utter chaos. please, please.
>> reporter: soon many people who didn't like how things were going began to leave. the tone of the meeting is more negative coming from the community and unwillingness to listen. we want a petition to sign to get more patrols down here. we have drugs and prostitution going on. i do not want to hear chaos and hollering and screaming i want intelligent solutions to this. there was supposed to be a lot of intelligent people in the room. >> reporter: the meeting was shut down because of the chaos, no word on when it will be rescheduled, but clearly there needs to be a cooling off period. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." 5:35, this weekend an investigation continues into the death of a wilmington high school student as her parents prepare to lay her to rest. 16-year-old amy joyner francis was brutally attacked in the
bathroom of howard high school. she was beaten and stabbed with pencil and had her head slammed into a sink. police say they need more time before charges can be filed in the case. the three girls allegedly involved in the attack have been suspended from school. millersville university freshman died from a massive nose bleed that was caused by a previous fracture of her eye socket and filled her lungs. the trial is expected to last through next week. it was a chaotic scene in northern california yesterday, angry protesters broke through anbar caid outside an event -- barricade outside the event
where donald trump was supposed to speak. he abandoned his motorcade and walked through the back door. one inside it was business as usual. etches the speaker at the california republican hotel in san francisco. i went under a fence and through a fence and oh, boy felt like i was crossing the border actually. you know? from that cool reception from the republican veterans and donors he said he can win the presidency without the backing of the national party. days ahead of indiana primary, ted cruz picked up a key endorsement. governor mike pens announced he is backing the senator calling him a principled conservative. he spoke kindly of donald trump, but cruz is touting his new
major supporter. i was honored and humbled to receive the support of mike pense who earned the respect of hoosiers and respect of those across the country. >> reporter: john kasich was at a town hall in san francisco. all three gop spoke at the republican convention yesterday. hillary clinton and her team are preparing for the early steps of the general election, although they she has not won te nomination, they looking for a splashy spot during the democratic convention. bernie sanders filed a lawsuit that accused the committee of cutting off its access to the voter data base. today, funeral services
will be held for a man shot and killed inside a church in montgomery county. services for robert braxton 3 are set for 1:00 p.m., keystone church in montgomeryville. mark storms a fellow church member is charged with voluntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment. automaker is building it's new american headquarters there. subaru said it will create 700 jobs, the company has teamed up with the organization respond for subaru university to train future mechanics and technicians. camden has an unemployment rate of 12.3%. almost 3 times the state average. today is the final day of the penn relays at franklin field, more than 1,000 and hundreds of colleges are competing in the three day event there at university city.
now it is in its 122nd running. it's become a special tradition for athletes and all the spectators that show up out there. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. >> reporter: there's a criminal investigation in progress after the deadly listeria outbreak at a dole plant. this morning we have details about what the company knew and when. goodbye lost luggage we'll tell you about a program by one major airline that removes a headache of air travel. >> reporter: i wish we could see goodbye to the rain, unfortunately, more wet weather is on the way tomorrow and monday, as well. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
dramatic new video shows a baby being rescued from a rubble of a building collapsed in kenya. the residential building came crumbling down in heavy rain. 7 people are dead and 120 others hurt. not clear how many are trapped. search teams have pulled three children and adult from the debris there. time 5:43. the world's highest cable car is back in service. venezuela reacted the cable car system in an effort to attract foreign tourists. they are dealing with an energy crisis. they have slashed the public
sector workweek to two days in order to save power. meteorologist chris sowers here with a look at the forecast. chris, bring some sun, man. >> reporter: let's get you outside, it's been miserable for the last couple of days. monday and tuesday, okay, decent amount of sunshine, warm, almost summer-like temperatures. then the back-door cold front swept through. since then it's been on and off showers and periods of rain. it's been a mess. today we'll see sunshine from time to time, although the clouds will probably win the battle here. at least you'll see a little bit of sun. we get into sunday, more rain and more clouds, more chilly temperatures. speaking of chilly temperatures we've been cooling down over the past week. 77 monday, not too bad. tuesday, 86 degrees, felt like summer. i was 30 seconds away from flipping on the air-conditioning and wednesday we dropped to 55
with overnight lows in the low 40s, thursday and friday, stuck in the 50s, all the cloud cover, chilly temperatures. 58 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 40. pressure reading holding stealed. winds out of the north/northeast at 7 miles per hour. that will keep the clouds locked in pretty good this afternoon. you should see sunshine from time to time. lancaster, 44. allentown, 45 degrees. here's satellite and radar, there's the next system that we're watching. you can see this little counter clockwise swirl this comma-shaped cloud cover here. that's the next storm racing across the tennessee and ohio valleys in the next 48 hours, it will get in time for tomorrow morning. if you're heading downtown for the broad street run, be prepared. it will be be raining steadily at times. all the wet weather out to the west marches east sunday. looks like it may stick around
monday, as well. at least the leftover showers. rainfall total on sunday afternoon will range from a half inch to three-quarters of an inch across the entire delaware valley and lehigh valley. philadelphia close to an inch of rain. forecast for this afternoon, clouds and sun, expected today. a warmer afternoon with a high of 64. wind out of the east at 5 to 10 miles per hour. going hour by hour for you, we're starting out with clouds and gradual increase in limited sun this afternoon. 11:00 p.m. temperature 56. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 62. by 5:00 p.m., 63 forecasting a high of 64. overnight tonight areas of fog rain developing after midnight. 44 degrees outlying suburbs, 48 for center city. wind out of the east 5 to 10. 64 degrees this afternoon, a very chilly 58 tomorrow. periods of rain. back up to 69 monday. monday not that bad.
morning showers giving way to afternoon sunshine. tuesday, sun and clouds, 67. wednesday mostly cloudy high of 68. the numbers starting to nudge up a bit. 70 degrees thursday, cloudy skies and showers, friday, mostly cloudy and chilly again with a high of 58 degrees. you know what i just realized here, i forget to put future tracker in my forecast. what's wrong with you, chris? you're slipping man, you're slipping. [laughter] we'll let you slide. we would like to remind you you can find the seven-day forecast at any time at our website at 6abc.com/weather. alicia vitarelli has an "fyi philly" on a lemon bash for raises money for alex's lemonade
foundation. >> reporter: saxby's coffee was started for a business. charity has been a component in the company's success. on may 10th there will be a carnival theme cocktail party to raise money for alex's lemonade stand. when she was diagnosed instead of retreating and giving up she became an entry entrepreneur. we're starting an lemonade stand. for the entire month of may, 20% of the proceeds go to alex's let lemonade stand. it's wholesome and for a good cause. and you can see an all "fyi
♪ i could rise above stayed with us on a saturday morning, it is 5:51, 48 degrees outside. sky6 live hd giving you this glimpse right here of cape may, new jersey. meteorologist chris sowers says prepare for more rain. details in just a bit. in "healthcheck" this morning there's been a dramatic drop in the number of massive multiple births, the cdc reports a decrease of 41% from 1998 to 2014 for high risk pregnancies, improving ivf. it was not uncommon to implant more embryos to improve the
odds. there could be a crackdown on a dietary supplement against bulk poweredded caffeine. it's popular for teenager boys looking for an energy boost while at the gym. the senators were joined by families of teens who used it, it's equal to drinking 28 cups of coffee. a new study found infants fed frequently fed rice based food have arsenic in their urine. here's a switch for you, big food companies are encouraging customers to eat less. marrss will begin labeling their products to indicate they shall
be eaten occasionally due to high content of sugar, salt and fat. this comes a week after mcdonald's announced it was testing smaller sizes of the big mac. coke and pepsi have introduced mini soda cans. a california woman is a heart transplant donor and recipient. tammy griffin needed new lungs because of damage from cystic fibroses. tammy's heart was still good, so she offered to donate it. it was a match for linda car whose own heart was failing. the two met and tammy got to hear her heart beating in linda. it's amazingic meet a person who has my heart, how many people can say that. i'm for ever grateful.
welcome back on a saturday morning, time, 5:56, 48 degrees out there. sky6 live hd giving you this kind of cloudy and gloomy look over the ben franklin bridge. if you have any weekend plans, chris sowers says you need to prepare for the rain. dole company perhaps for the deadly listeria outbreak involving salads. the new york times report that they knew of the listeria problem more than a year before it was shut down this past january. a freedom of information act request revealed there were nine positive listeria tests at the
plant before fdi inspectors showed up there. 4 people died and 33 were sent to the hospital because of the outbreak. delta airlines has unveiled a new program they hope will bring an end to the problem of lost luggage. they will use baggage tags with radio frequency technology. the bag will be placed on the belt and the tag will go off automatically. company ceo surprised all 2,000 employees with shares. the amount each person gets depends on their tenure with the company. the average reward could be worth $150,000 if chobani goes public. a night to remember for
a pleasant good morning to you, it is 6:00 a.m., saturday, april 30. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," deadly crash a driver is killed after smashing into a jersey barrier on a south jersey road overnight. friends of a teen who was beaten inside a high school getting together to mourn and take steps to make sure it doesn't happen again. a pipeline explodes in western pennsylvania. , but first, if you were hoping for a sunny weekend, you're out of luck. today might be the better of two days, but it's not good news for the tens of thousands whole take part in the broad street run. the man whole get you through this is meteorologist chris sowers. just guide us on