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a pleasant good morning to you, it is 7:00 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 wilmington high school gathered to mourn as they take steps to insure this does not happen again. plus, huge because of fire leap into the sky after a pipeline explosion in western pennsylvania. first if you're hoping for a sunny weekend you're out of luck. we're tracking rain moving into the area. it's no day at the beach weather wise, sky6 live hd is taking a gloomy look at cape may. today may be the better of the day, but it's not good news for the tens of thousands who plan to take part in the broad street
run. meteorologist chris sowers is track this guy all with a look ahead at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. no good news at all anywhere, right? >> reporter: it's not raining good news there. usually you can say if you want sunshine you could travel 50 to 100 miles to the south you'll get into the sunshine. that's not the case today, we're cloudy through georgia. no matter where you are on eastern seaboard it's cloudy. 42 degrees in fleetwood. quakertown, 43. chester, 46. center city, 49 degrees. geendz -- agendas geech e beach in current county 46. we've seen the high temperatures topping out in the low to mid 50s. every single day during the month of march it's warmer that were the weather we've experienced in the last few days. we need warmer temperatures. we'll get it this afternoon.
even though we're seeing cloud cover right now. we are expecting breaks of sunshine later this afternoon. by 11:00 a.m., 56. 1:00 p.m., 60 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 62. 5:00 p.m., 63. anticipating a high today of 64. accuweather will stay clouds some sunshine throughout the day. rain chance, i hope you like the wet weather we've got a ton of it in the seven-day forecast. just about a guarantee shore bet with tomorrow. monday morning we catch a break tuesday, wednesday and thursday is interesting we're watching a coastal storm. if it misses us out to sea, temperatures will be nice in the 70s and lots of sun. if it hits, wednesday and thursday will be absolutely miserable again. when i come back we'll get you through the broad street run and a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. thank you, the april showers keep coming and 6abc.com/weather has you covered between storm tracker 6 live radar and constant updates from
our team of meteorologists. you'll be prepared for whatever changes may happen. 7:02, new information to tell you about, a driver is dead after losing control of his car in cherry hill, new jersey. the investigation as closed part of the busy road in that area. the car slammed into a barrier on route 38 and church road. police have blocked 38 at church road blocks away from the cherry hill mall. brand new at 7:00 a.m., a 1-year-old child is among four children displaced by a fire in port richmond. the child ended up with a cut on his head. an adult suffered smoke while escaping 2800 block of tulip street. the fire marshal was called to the scene to investigate. funeral services will be held tomorrow for 16-year-old
amy joyner-francis. she was beaten inside her high school. a program was held last night to help teenagers make better choices. >> reporter: discussion and mourning continue inside the bible church the sadness of the briewlings -- brutal beating of amy joyner francis is very raw. sources say she was stabbed with pencil and her head slammed into a sink, though police say no weapons were used. she lost consciousness paramedics tried to revive her and she was flown to a local hospital and died. three fellow students were suspended, but no charges. wilmington police chief held a brief press conference, but didn't take questions. there are 3,000 printed
pages of data that must be reviewed by investigators on the case. because there's a lot of work left to do by the detectives and attorney general office in terms of reviewing evidence and rel -- relative facts we are not in a position to file charges. cummings said he intends to charge three girls. autopsy results have not been released. police are working around the clock with the full attorney general's office and they are obligated to the family to do a thorough and complete investigation. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." 7:05. former police commissioner, willie williams will be laid to rest in philadelphia. a viewing will be held at psy -- zion baptist church. he died at his home near atlanta, after a long illness,
williams was 72 years old. jerry sandusky will be back in court on monday to seek a new trial. child sex abuse conviction put him in prison for 30 to 60 years. his attorneys will argue that grand jury leaks tainted the first trial. victims may testify at monday's hearing. "action news" will be in centre county for the proceedings. penn state's former president and vice president and athletic director are being tried on less serious charges. take a look at this, the huge flames are not from a raging wildfire they are from a gas line pipeline explosion south of york yesterday. the flames could be seen and felt for miles away. the blast happened inside the texas eastern pipeline. firefighters arriving on the scene said they had never seen anything like it. come around the bend it
looked like you were looking into hell. one home was destroyed by the fireball, three others damage. one person was hurt. he was burned trying to out run the fire. there's no word on what caused the explosion. volunteers are busy doing their part to end world hunger. dozens have been working around the clock at westminster presbyterian church in west chester to assembly meals. they are working 12, 4 hour shifts. they will go to the stop hunger now program that supplies food to people in 73 countries. great program. home alone when an intruder breaks in. we have the details on how a young boy kept the burglar from getting away. plus keeping the roof over their head in later years, how a local nonprofit is helping women in need. >> reporter: gray, heavy thunderstorms across the heartland of the nation pull east later this afternoon and that means heavy downpours for
so glad you stayed with us, listen to this story, burglars may think twice before heading a home in alabama. he was home alone when a man broke in and stole a clothes hamper, he grabbed his parents handgun and shot the man in the leg. he said his stepfather taught him to shoot by playing zombies in target practice. don't mess with that 11-year-old. a massachusetts woman whose purse was stolen has it back 14 years after it was taken. she said she was confused when an officer showed up at her door and said, hey, here's your pocketbook. she said my purse is in the
kitchen. she remembered a purse that was stolen back in 2002. someone found it in a trash bin and turned it over to police. everything was inside an old cell phone and pager and undeveloped film. everything is there with the exception of the large cash. everything is there as it was 14 years ago, it's like receiving a time capsule. that's impressive, you remember pagers, right. was stolen at christmas while she was packing gifts in a car for a family in need. >> reporter: i remember my pager going off. kids today what's a pagerrer? what is that thing? >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you what's going on. that's how we communicated before cell phones were
invented. looking in atlantic city, gray and chilly temperatures, shorepoints in the low to mid 50s down there. inland locations could get into the low to mid 60s which would be the warmest we've seen if four days. let's hope we get the sunshine. double scan live is clear, it will be busy at the same time tomorrow. the week started out positive. 77 degrees monday, tuesday, 86. here comes the back door cold front there's the result right there. 55 wednesday, thursday, 56. friday, 53. each and everyday it was cloudy with on and off showers and drizzle and damp and raw. today we'll see sunshine that should get the 49 up to 64 when all is said and done. pressure reading 30.20 inches. winds out of the northeast at 8 miles per hour. we're showing 41 in the poconos. 45 in reading. 48 for delaware, millville, 47. trenton, 46. cape may, 48. atlantic city is closing in on 50.
you guys down there are not going to climb too much higher this afternoon because of the easterly breeze. cloud cover for the delaware valley, more clouds off to the west, more to the south. more clouds across the heartland. you have to go all the way down into south carolina, georgia and northern portions of florida to start seeing any kind of sunshine out there. heavy rains across the ohio and tennessee valleys, again this is our next storm system for tomorrow. today, it's not all that bad. we'll see a lot of clouds to start, sunshine by afternoon, 3:00 p.m., the sun is peeking through, west of philadelphia. later this evening, we start to see the clouds roll back in again, overnight tonight it's cloudy, rain develops after midnight. 70:00 tomorrow morning, broad street run getting ready to start. it's raining at that point. some of it will come down heavy at times. same thing at 9:00 a.m. during the course of the afternoon, the rain starts to taper off. it's chilly and raw with temperatures in the 50s and
leftover showers. if you're not picking up showers, you're seeing patchy drizzle. tomorrow does not look like a nice day around the delaware and lehigh valleys. dry, sunshine expected out there today. from the weekend overall looks miserable. soaking rain sunday heaviest in the morning. some areas could see more than an inch of rain. future tracker 6 showing more than an inch across the western suburbs and dover, and wildwood, 1.3. a good soaking expected tomorrow. lehigh valley, warm, 63 degrees, jersey shore, mostly cloudy, some sunshine this afternoon, but a chilly, raw easterly windy keep you guys in the 50s, 505 for avalon, cape may and wildwood. philadelphia, clouds and sun, warmer, 63. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here we go, 64 for today. 58 degrees periods of rain for tomorrow, again heaviest occurring during the morning.
monday morning showers, some afternoon sunshine we're posting 72. some of the latest forecast information actually has us as warm as 78 or 79. it depends on the progress of a warm front. we'll see how that plays out. monday looks warmer, 67 tuesday, wednesday and thursday there's a coastal storm that we're watching. we'll see what happens 68 and 70. chance of a a little bit of rain. if it hits both those days will be raw and miserable. if are running tomorrow -- >> reporter: do not wear cotton stops they blister you'll have squishy shoes it will not be a fun run. in chester county, thousands of orderly -- older women are low leaving blown e blow e the poverty line. tamala edwards has art of aging. >> reporter: as a single woman anne marie wanted a someone to
help share the bills. it's nice to have someone here. an she needed a place to stay. i was in a homeless shelter. the two women were brought together by home of the sparrow that partners with women who need housing and women who have an extra room they like to rent. we like to call them presenior women 60 to 65. they are too young to qualify for the benefits that senior women get. it is the only officials shared housing program in the state of pennsylvania since it began in 2006. home of the sparrow has made 200 matches. it's very important because this county chester county is the most expensive county in pennsylvania. so a lot of people can work here, they could have worked here all their lives, but they cannot afford to continue to stay. >> reporter: the program has proved to popular with older
women that home of the sparrow is renovating a home in coatsville, when it's finished in july it will house 6 presenior women. for the seniors they want to stay here, because their doctors are here are their family members are here. they have friends. they have built up a community and network. >> reporter: the shared housing program builds on the network as roommates become friends. it's important to have a home for my children to come too, i don't want to pay rent somewhere. it's nice to share that with someone who can't have it otherwise. i don't know what i would do without the program. i love it. >> reporter: it's a win/win situation. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news." so glad you stayed with us
on a saturday morning, 7:19 is the time. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse along the delaware waterfront. limited sunshine today, rain tomorrow. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. lace up for sneakers for the walk for paws and 5k run. money raised benefits thousands of homeless pets that are taken in by the brandywine valley spca at the west goshen community park at paoli park at 9:00 a.m. keep your kids active when school let's out for summer ymca healthy kid day. the event will taking place at ymcas across the county kicking off at 11:00 a.m. today. if you're little one loves
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everyone, 7:23 saturday morning, the penn relays will be dry today, clouds and sunshine by afternoon. it's a completely cloudy morning, let's say by 11:00 a.m. or noon sometime in between there you'll see sunshine. cloudy start, 11:00 a.m., 56. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 62 degrees. since wednesday we've been stuck
in a soggy pattern. here's philadelphia here, we had a book -- back door cold front come in it's sitting to the south. the front is sitting right here, what's been happening we've been getting the area of low pressure riding the frontal system and each and every one brings another round of clouds and rain. because of that we've been stuck in the muck so to speak for the last several days. that's helped keep temperatures in the 50s for highs since wednesday. here's the next round. heavy downpours and lightning, we'll not see thunderstorms, but we'll see the downpours tomorrow morning. gray? more rain coming. thank you chris. in sports this morning, new eagles quarterback carson wentz arrives in philadelphia. he is being cautious about comparing himself to a hall of famer. plus the phillies rally against the indians.
>> reporter: good morning he handled the blitz of the philadelphia media yesterday. carson wentz flew from chicago to philadelphia yesterday afternoon. he'll ware number 11. doug peterson made the comparison to hall of famer brett farve. i asked him what peterson saw in him to make that statement. competitiveness and fire. the gun slinger mentality let it loose and let it fly. i could see those things, but i've got a long way to go before i deserve to say things. i'm happy to be here and i'm thankful they moved up and excited to get to work with them. what are yoa expectations? i hope to contribute, i'm not sure what way that will be, but i will be ready and quicker than most people think i want to
learn and get as much knowledge as i can and compete my tail off. round two and three were held last night because of the trade to move up, the birds were left with a third round pick, isaac samalo out of oregon state. offense line is a position of need for the birds. love his versatility from an interior lineman a guy who can play both guard positions an depth at center as well. this kid a powerful explosive guy we look forward to getting him in here and getting him going. phillies have pep in their steps. 6 wins in the last 7 games. phils down 3-zip. they get a rally in the 5th inning. carlos ruiz double in ryan howard 3-1 phils.
david lowe the youngster knocks in chooch. howard has a walk off homer, the 6th of his career. the phillies win 4-3 in extras that's four wins in a row. 7 of 8, ryan is dancing, he probably gets an early, cold shower. that's a look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. your time now, 7:27, we're 3 months away from the summer olympic games. we have a look at the new uniforms from team u.s. south jersey native and olympic gold medal lists modeled the parade uniforms the athletes will wear during closing ceremonies. they were designed by ralph lauren. we have more coming unon
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into a shouting match. more rain, we get a brief reprieve before the next system moves into the delaware and lehigh valleys. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with a look. chris, sun is going to be hard hard to find in the next couple of days. >> reporter: we have not had much sun since tuesday afternoon. the temperatures have been chilly as a result. this morning we're showing 40s, 45 in reading. 49 in philadelphia. millville, 47. 48 for wilmington and dover, cape may, 49. atlantic city showing 49 degrees. just a little bit of a breeze out of the north at 5 to 10 miles per hour. now, this wind will shift out of the east later this afternoon, so even though the jersey shore is the warmer location this morning, it will be the chilly location by afternoon as you pick up that wind off the ocean. ocean temperatures right now are in the low 50s, that will keep you guys down there around 55 or
56 again. satellite and radar, shows we're locked in pretty good, lots of clouds this morning from new england all the way down through the virginias and the carolinas, some of the cloud cover will thin out later on. we'll see peeks of sunshine, it's mainly a cloudy day. 56 degrees by 11:00 a.m., peeks of sunshine. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m. you can 62. good morning. 5:00 a.m., 63. we'll stay dry today. for the shore, very chilly. in the city, 63 degrees. the jersey shore will love it in another months when you get the sea breeze and we're sweating it out 90 plus in the city. when i come bank we'll talk about the rain tomorrow and look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. look forward to it, chris, thank you. this morning we're waiting to learn the condition of three people injured in an rollover crash in egg harbor township.
the vehicle turned over on a ramp at 6:00 a.m. medics took three crash victims to atlanticare regional medical center to be treated. police are investigating. police are questioning a man they believe slashed a man's neck inside a center city hotel. officers say it stemmed from an argument at a party on the 15th floor of the embassy suites on the benjamin franklin parkway. two men got into a dispute. one man pulled out a knife and slashed the other in the neck. several people at the party took off before police got to the scene. new information to tell you about this morning, police say a dispute between neighbors sparked a shooting on the 3400 block of crystal street in kensington this morning. the suspected shooter is believed to have shot at his neighbor and went into his home and would not come out when police arrived. a negotiator was called out along with swat officers.
the suspect surrendered after an hour and half. no injuries were reported. stop and frisk policing in philadelphia has been at center of heated discussions for years. while mayor said those days are over with, some communities are not convinced their emotions boiled over at a meeting last night. dann cuellar was there. it was -- suppose to be a forum with mayor kenny and commissioner richard ross to end the unconstitutional stopping and frisking of police for no reason. they need a reason to stop them
the mayor apologized for what happened before he took office, but some people didn't believe it. >> reporter: the reverend reminded people that they were in the house of god and unloaded on the mayor himself. [inaudible]. [applause] more drugs more problems. >> reporter: one lady urged attendees to sign a petition to get police out of their neighborhoods. [inaudible]. the mayor tried to speak, but kept getting interrupted. [inaudible] >> reporter: soon there is utter chaos. please, please, please. >> reporter: soon many people who didn't like how things were going began to leave. the tone of the meeting for me is more negative coming from
the community it seals like an unwillingness to listen. we want to get more patrols down here. we have bigger fish to fry, we have drugs and prostitution. i do not want to hear chaos and hollering and screaming. i want to hear intelligent solutions. >> reporter: the meeting was shut down because of chaos. no word if it will be rescheduled. one official said clearly there needs to be a cooling off period. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." this weekend an investigation continues into the death of a wilmington high school student as her family perhaps to lay her to rest. amy joyner-francis you see here was brutally attacked in a girl's restroom at howard high school of technology april 21. she was beaten and stabbed with pencil and had her head slammed into a sink.
yesterday police said they need more time before charges can be filed in the case. the three girls involved in the attack have been suspended from school. the time 7:36 take a look at the scene, very kay on the be scene in northern california yesterday as angry protesters broke through a barricade outside an event where donald trump was set to speak. the scene was so troubling for the frontrunner, he abandoned his motorcade and walked through a back fence into the back door. once inside it was business as unusual. he was the featured speaker at a hotel south of san francisco. i went under a fence and through a fence, it felt like i was crossing the border, yesterday. he got a cool reception from republican veterans and donors. he said he can win the
presidency with or without the backing of a national party. days ahead of indiana's primary, ted cruz picked up a key endorsement. governor announced he is backing the senator in his bid for president. he spoke kindly of donald trump. cruz is touting his new major supporter. i was honored and humbled to receive the support of indiana's governor, mike pence. he earned the respect of hoosiers and the respect of people across the country. john kasich was in california yesterday he made an appearance at a town hall in san francisco. all three spoke at the california republican convention yesterday. hillary clinton and her team are busy taking the early steps to prepare for the general election, although she has not won the nomination, aids are scouting locations for a splashy
rally in philadelphia. they are scrutinizing dozens of names for possible vice president picks. meanwhile, bernie sanders withdrew a lawsuit that accused the democratic national committee of cutting off his access to a voter data base. the dnc took that action during the hillary campaign. subaru will create 700 jobs in camden. they have teamed up with the organization called respond for subaru university to train future mechanics and technicianses. camden has an unemployment rate of 12.3% three times the state average. more than 1,000 high schools and hundreds of colleges are competing in the three day track and field event there in
university city. now in its 122 running it is becoming a special tradition for athletes and all the spectators. still ahead on "action news" saturday morning, are you suffering for key -- knee pain in you might want to think twice before reaching for the popular supplements. plus, it is the obamas that versus the royal family. we have the video that includes queen elizabeth. you have to see it this morning. plus, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, prepare for more rain. "action news" saturday morning continues after the break.
the videos to boost the invictus games. the show, remember when you told us to bring it at the invictus games? careful what you wish for. really, please! oh, really, please! the games help military veterans the games are held in orlando, that's a great piece of video there. can you do that voice again. oh, really? >> reporter: talk a little weather out there this morning, tell you what's going on, looking live at the platt bridge another cloudy morning out there. seems like we suddenly moved to seattle we've been seeing this every single day since wednesday morning. tuesday we had the heavy thunderstorms from that point on
it pretty much looked like this everyday. the good news we'll see the skies brighten up this afternoon. double scan live is clear, it will be active tomorrow at this time. hopefully we get the sunshine in here later on. since wednesday we've been stuck in the 50s. allentown, 46. poconos, a chilly, bluster 42. millville, 47. cape may, 49. dover and wilmington, 48. satellite and radar, over the last couple of frames see the holes, the breaks that's a good sign that means the cloud deck is starting to thin out a little bit here. we'll see sunshine saturday later this afternoon. future tracker 6 note the breaks in the cloud cover later on. you'll see a little bit of sunshine today. by 4:00 p.m., same thing, by the evening you start to see the clouds increase again out of the southwest in advance of the next stork of storm which is hammering away across the plain states this morning. we have numerous severe
thunderstorm watch boxes up, we had tornado watches up during the overnight hours. they had a rough go of it dallas east into texarkana. that is sliding east effecting the gulf coast states. we won't see this thunderstorm, we'll see this glob of rain that will pull in time for the broad street run. future tracker it's raining for everybody. jersey shore not seeing it yet, but an hour later. 11:00 a.m. it's raining steadily across the area, by afternoon it tapers off to leftover showers and patchy drizzle. there could steadier periods of rain here, 3, 4:00 p.m.. it's not until sunset when things calm down. today, clouds and limited sun, tomorrow a complete washout. warmer this afternoon, 64 degrees. winds out of the east at 5 to 10 miles per hour. hour by hour we'll see the cloud
deck thin out. peeks of sunshine during the afternoon, 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 62. 35:00 p.m., 63. overnight tonight areas of fog, mostly cloudy, rain developing after midnight. 44 degrees outlying suburbs, 48 for center city. temperatures this time tomorrow will be close to where we are right now. broad street run tomorrow, stuck in the up upper 40s to start. low 50s, chilly and raw, broad street run, miserable, unfortunately. better monday, 64 today. 58 degrees tomorrow. 72 monday. periods of rain, morning showers monday, sunshine by afternoon. tuesday, actually looks all right. we're watching another system wednesday and thursday, right now, tuesday is the pick of the week. sun and clouds, high of 67 degrees, wednesday mostly cloudy, 68. thursday, cloudy skies, showers and 70. friday, mostly cloudy and 68 degrees. again, wednesday and thursday, we're watching another coastal storm so those two days could be
worse than what we're showing on the seven day. good news at least we'll have some sunshine later on today. tomorrow is the worst of it. pretty water for all the runners. >> reporter: free car washes not a good day. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and storm tracker 6 live at our website 6abc.com/weather. "fyi philly" is coming up tonight on of abc, here's erin o'hern and karen rogers now with the preview. >> reporter: here's what's coming up tonight on "fyi philly." swadle a baby in a blankets. anne give your car a wash for countries in need. "fyi philly" give wack special a celebration of businesses that do just that. we're getting in the game giving away a trip that's out of this world. that's tonight on "fyi philly." we hope you join us.
so glad you stayed with us, it is just about 7:50 saturday morning, 49 degrees outside. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over cape may, new jersey. limited sunshine today. a whole lot of rain expected tomorrow. meteorologist chris sowers will break it all down for you in just a bit. in "healthcheck" this morning there's a simple way for parents to improve their infant's cognitive development. the longer a parent looks at the toy, the longer the child observes it even after the parent turns away. sustained attention is linked to important skills such as exchanges language and problem solving. it's a boost to the parent baby bond. if you're suffering from knee pain. you're not alone. half of all adults will develop knee pain from osteoarthritis. one common treatment is not
worth the money. health reporter and registered nurse ali gorman explains. >> reporter: in their search for relief for knee pain many try supplements. but consumer reports medical advisor says they likely won't help. there's very little medical evidence that these will ease your joint pain. >> reporter: they can pose risk that include an increase in blood sugar leaves and greater chance of bleeding when taken with blood thinners. they can worsen high blood pressure and trigger abnormal heart rhythms. they released the choosing wisely report encouraging people to talk to their doctor. they may suggest you get moving with low impact activities like walking or swimming combined with exercises to stretch and strengthen the muscles around
the joints. if you take something for pain take ib pro if iphin. in response to the concerns about the supplements, the council for responsible nutrition said this. for most people these supplements help without safety concerns, however, people should be dialogue be with their doctor about their supplement use. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." stay with us, coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast as you take this look over atlantic city. cloudy out there, what about tomorrow? chris has the answer. we'll see you back here in just a bit.
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, go for it, the exclusive accuweather forecast, not too bad today, lots of clouds, limited sunshine. at least you'll see the sun today. 64 degrees, jersey shore you're stuck in the 50s again. 58 degrees tomorrow, chilly and raw, periods of rain, some of it will be heavy at times, especially during the morning. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows sunshine returning by monday after a few morning showers. it's a warmer day high of 72. tuesday doesn't look that bad, 67. wednesday and thursday we're watching a coastal storm. it could be worse than what we're showing there. friday wednesday, 68 thursday and friday, 70 and 68.
time now 7355 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a.," chaos in california as protesters swarm a trump rally storm, the doors of the hotel where the billionaire was about to speak forcing him to use the back door as we are three days away from a pivotal primary in indiana. new developments and video in the investigation into the sudden death of prince, emergency vehicles awaiting his private plane when it made an emergency landing days before he lands, was there a doctor on board the plane and what role did he play in the pop star's final days. for us, controversial and humiliation for the nfl during the draft. the top prospectunsil blaming
a hacker about this, it's cost him millions. "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m., two people are hurt including a child when a home goes up in flames in port richmond. more kids are being poisoned by laundry detergent he packets. new warning at 9:00 a.m. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. we hope you make it a great day.
good morning, america. right now, targeting trump. protesters push past barricades and clash with police at this republican rally. the chaos forcing the presidential candidate to ditch his motorcade and slip in through a side door. >> it felt like i was crossing the border. >> this as all eyes are on indiana. can ted cruz make a comeback? breaking overnight, deadly carnival accident. two teens ejected from the sizzler. one of them killed. the thrill ride a popular attraction, so what went wrong? the investigation this morning. severe spring storms, tornadoes tearing through the southern plains. stores and homes ripped apart. >> our house is destroyed. >> hail the size of baseballs and flash floo.