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bgentle diffused light when you swant it. darkened privacy when you don't. modern elegance always. right now take 30% off our entire selection of beautiful cascade shades. let the sun shine in. or don't. it's all good. blinds to go. blinds for life. sunday, may 8, i'm nydia han along with gray hall. here's some of the stories we're would come ago on on "action news." a search continues for the man thrown from a jet ski in the delaware river. plus, someone in new jersey
hit the jackpot. the only winning ticket was sold in mercer county. prince harry's invictus games are taking place in central florida beginning today. plus, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: did i come through or what. mostly sunny conditions on city avenue, temperatures in the upper 60s we have a nice breeze blowing. 68 for philadelphia. wilmington, dover, millville, all showing 69. trenton, 66. cape may, 64. and atlantic city, also showing 66 degrees. look at the warm stuff building to the south. richmond is showing 77. roanoke 72. washington, d.c., 67 degrees. we are warming up two reasons we're seeing the sun and the winds have shifted out of the west/southwest that puts the temperatures in the upper 60s. we'll top out somewhere around 70 degrees, happy mother's day to you.
sunny and nice, breezy, 70 degrees is the forecasted high. the big question is how long will the nice weather last, good afternoon. the sun returns that's the main headline in the forecast it is warming up. looks like the unsettled weather returns later this week, thursday, friday, saturday, maybe sunday could be four straight days where we see clouds and showers and thunderstorms and periods of rain. enjoy the sun while we have it. it doesn't look like it will last for very long. it's nice out here right now. nydia and gray when i come back in just a few minutes we'll see how long the sun last in the forecast. many are taking advantage of the sunny dry weather this mother's day. indeed they are. many events are happening throughout the day including the spring arts and craft bizarre, trish hartman is live at penns landing with this mother's day tradition. happy mother's day to you.
it's a george to us day and the -- gorgeous day and the arts star crafts is underway. there's more than 125 vendors here, the jewelry stand very popular. we go over here, we have bathing suits and closing people are going through, more jewelry over here and we have philly cren trick crafts made out of -- centric crafts. we were at franklin square where there were moms out and about, there's a brunch from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the pavilion. some moms were taking a spin on the carousel and others playing mini golf. we were planning to go to philly, finally the weather was good and it's something to do.
it's nice and better. on mother's day my son and i have an annual from tradition playing mini golf today. we're from the washington, d.c. metro area we hit many mini golf in the area. we decided to go to philly and play mini golf on franklin square. it's nice to spend every mother's day with my mom and have a day to us. happy mother's day. happy mother's day to all the moms out there. back here at the crafts bizarre it's windy, here, but there's lots of people out enjoying the gorgeous day and doing shopping and finding the last minute gifts for moms. there's food trucks here and and so you're able to grab some
lunch for mom. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." someone in new jersey has millions of reasons to celebrate today. the only winning ticket in the powerball drawing was sold in mercer county. the exact location won't be made public until tomorrow. 429 million-dollar jackpot is the 7th largest in powerball history. the winner can take a one time payment of 280 millions dollars or get the entire amount in installments over 30 years. we have the latest information on an early morning argument at a nightclub on the trenton waterfront that led to a shooting that left three people hurt. a new york city rapper was performing at the rogue nightclub when an argument started investigators say the argument spilled into the parking lot where someone started shooting. the injured were taken to cape health regional medical center. there is no word on their conditions or if there are any
suspects. police in camden are investigating a deadly shooting there. a man was shot in the head before 3:30 a.m. on the 1400 block of bradley avenue. medics rushed the victim to the hospital where he died. no arrests have been made. the search resumes for a man who disappeared on the delaware river after being thrown from the jet ski. two men were on the water forecast near trenton at 7:00 p.m. it ran aground and went flying, one man was rescued. one man vanished in the dark river, neither was wearing a life jacket. investigators are searching for the case of a fire that killed three people including a child. the blaze broke out on the 800 block of dekalb street. it appears the twin home was divided into apartments. the property was licensed as a single family home. this is an example of an
owner who may have been doing something behind the scenes that we may not have been able to catch. two adults and child dialed. officials have not identified the victims. another child was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. the american red cross is helping about a dozen people. the federal officer accused of going on a two-day shooting spree in maryland is showing no signs of remorse, 62-year-old eulalio tordil is due in court to be charged with first degree murder. police say he killed his wife at a high school the day before. and two people were killed at a mall parking parking lot. now to the invictus games that kick off later today in orlando florida. prince harry created the event for injured service members. abc's bob woodruff is in orlando
this morning. >> reporter: this morning, 15 nations competing in prince harry's iran vick tuls game -- invick tuls -- invictus games. prince harry telling espn his main goal is to honor those who gave it all to their country. this is a big moment to say thank you for everybody who put their lives on the minds. "invictus" means the people's prince encouraging the athletes taking pictures by the pool sharing stories by the volleyball court. retired u.s. navyman first class is exeepght in -- competing in e
game after 2004 deployment, he suffered ptsd. he is following in prince harry's mom. her son reflecting on how much events like this have changed their family. at the ceremonies, they kick off the games tonight and looking forward for eviction to her for these athletes both on the field and in life. this is not a soap sorry it's far from it. it's a story of success and the most amazing "invictus" spirit. that was bob woodruff reporting. there's more to come on sunday noon edition of "action news." a ten-year-old boy is ten thousand dollar richer because
attend animals runs in the -- attendance runs in the family, both brothers did not miss a single day of school. his mom used a water bottle. i will have to do that for my daughter she is tough to get up. as a reward they should give him the final month off. look at all the days. that's amazing, i could never do that. what a beautiful afternoon this is turning out to be. looking live on sky6 live hd philadelphia center city skyline, just a couple of puffy cumulus clouds. shades of blue. double scan live, the rainfall we saw out there this morning is up in new england. we're warming, 68 degrees. dewpoint, 42. pressure reading 29.70 inches. wind out of the west/northwest 16 miles per hour.
some of the gusts are 25 to 30 miles per hour. it's out of the west northwest a down sloping winds off the mountains. pair of 6s for trenton. allentown, 64. cape may, 64. i don't know if i believe the 49 in the poconos. you get the idea it's cooler in the higher elevations there. here's a look at the wind speeds we welcome this, the stronger the winds the quicker it dries out. think of a blow drier. 28 in philadelphia. millville, 29. trenton, 26. atlantic city 24 miles per hour. you can thank the cold front that pushed through an hour ago it took the cloud cover along with it. here's the early morning showers up in new england and now we're seeing clear skies across the mid atlantic into the ohio valley and the great lake states. it will stay that way through tomorrow, as well. ment clouds increase tomorrow evening and then that sets up more wet weather unfortunately
tuesday and wednesday. surface maps looks like, smooth sailing the rest of the way, today looks nice, tomorrow not too bad, lots of sunshine to start. we'll see thin clouds overspread the area. and then we get into tuesday and wednesday, these frontal systems sit on top of us and that will be the focal point for showers. we're clear tonight, temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. tomorrow morning, lots of sunshine, high, thin clouds quickly approaching from the south. these are innocent, nothing threatening. the sun shines through that. monday a nice day. monday into tuesday morning we'll see showers with the approaching front. this will continue through wednesdayle we'll not see much in the way of activity tuesday afternoon. we get into wednesday morning here it comes again, we start to pick up the darker shades of green and yellows out here. that would be a moderate rain
falling first thing wednesday morning. friday there's there's a chance of wet weather, as well. 70 degrees is the forecasted high, winds out of the west/northwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. overnight tonight clear and chilly, 44 degrees outlying suburbs, 49 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, no changes. we bumped the temperature up to 70. accuweather is suggesting 73, or 74 for monday. sun and clouds, nice day. becoming cloudy for tuesday, a couple of showers during the morning. 65 degrees. wednesday, sun and clouds, 72. thursday, friday, saturday, it's a little unsettled again. it's not going to be raining every hour of everyday. but there's a chance of shower or thunderstorm just about at any time all three days, 72, 70 and 69 degrees. at least the moms got a great day. thank you so much. i would like to remind you
can find the seven-day forecast and live look at double scan radar at any time of the day at 6abc.com/weather. new at noon, europe is marking the 74th anniversary of the end ever world war ii. french president hollande laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. a running back from the university of alabama is fighting for his life after a shooting on a florida highway. greg bryant and the other man was found with wounds in west palm beach yesterday. bryant is in critical condition. bryant started his career at notre dame and recently transferred to the university of alabama birmingham.
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on a sunday, mother's day. sky6 live hd giving you this live glimpse over philadelphia international airport. if you see chris sowers today, hug him or shake his hand or say good, we got sun today. a new warning for parents feeding their kids rice. the fda said brown and white rice have the highest level of inorganic arsenic than any food. studies have linked to immune systems problems in children. the american academy of pediatrics said parents should offer their kids oats and wheat. a new study shows a third of antibiotic prescriptions in the u.s. are unnecessary. 47 million prescriptions are written for conditions that do not respond to antibiotics.
for years health officials have warned about the overuse because they contribute to the antibiotic resistant bacteria. a teenage boy from finland won big bucks from facebook for finding a security flaw in the instagram app. he received ten thousand dollars reward for finding a bug that allowed him to delete comments. facebook said the bug has been corrected. the company started a bug bounty program five years ago, it rewards hackers when they reward security issues. 10-year-old johnny is the youngest person to crash in. sprint is making a statement about texting hind the wheel. the company turned this car into a mangle emoji sitting in
downtown miami. florida is one of the few states that does not consider texting while driving as a primary offense. still to come on "action news," a temple grad is settling in in steelers county. phillies are getting back on track with a win over miami, next in sports. blinds to go's new cascade shades. gentle diffused light when you want it. darkened privacy when you don't. modern elegance always. right now take 30% off our entire selection of beautiful cascade shades. let the sun shine in. or don't.
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2-1 fish. bottom of the 5th, marlins single to the right. watch carlos rese block the plate. that saves a run. single tieing run for the phillies. franco grounds to the third, should be an easy end to the inning, chris scron -- johnson drops the ball. this is how you turn a double play. the phillies come from behind to win 4-3. their 10th 100 win of the season. padres game, victory prone hit a -- cologne hit a 2-run home run. it was his first one of the career. he spent 19 years in the american league.
he is mobbed in the dugout. good for him. kentucky darby outfits they are snazzy, but just not practical. right during the national anthem, downpour at the churchill downs left all the fans hanging on to their hats. some debris went flying hit the horse, he was scratched. that was scary. nyquist 2-1, odds makers knew what they were talking about. exaggerator on the outside and nyquist. nyquist is still unbeaten. he has won the kentucky darby. nyquist 8-0. the 8th unbeaten to win the darby in the 142 year history. the steelers started their camp and temple tyler navakevich who fell to the 7th round said
that will fuel him he will be the underdog just like temple is ascertain he will continue to approve everyone wrong. just like when we changed the program and being a part of that, people don't think i can play at this level. its the same thing, i'll continue to do what i do, make plays and that's it. look for tyler do big things with the steelers this season. that's sports, have a great day. olympic swimmer michael phelps is new dad, he welcomed his son boomer robert flepts on on -- phelps on thursday. the new addition comes always -- as he trains for the olympic games. congratulateses to mom and dad. another hour of "action news" is just ahead. a penn math professor gets into
a tight fix with a fellow airline passenger thinks his math equation amounts to terrorism. we have a live report on the celebration happening on penns landing for mother's day. those stories and more, don't get used to the sun, right? the rain is coming right back. "action news" continues in just a moment. happening right now on
suspects after a man was shot four times and stabbed. plus a raging wildfire that has driven thousands of people from their homes in canada shows no signs of slowing and firefighters now fear it could threaten a neighboring province. bernie sanders is bringing his message to new jersey while the war of words is heating up between donald trump and hillary clinton. more on the stories, but first a check of the exclusive accuwether seven-day forecast and meteorologist chris sowers and a whole lot of moms will be happy with you, chris. >> reporter: they should be delighted after the weather we've experienced over the last 11 days. we've seen the sun for five or ten minutes at a pop. from this point on it's full sun. temperatures close to 70 degrees. pilots, 66. saints david, 66. warrington, 665 popular number this afternoon. levittown and chester showing 66. cinnaminson, same thing. gandys beach vineland showing that number.
surf city, 65. sea isle city, 64. woodbine 69. winds are whipping. winds shifted out of the west/southwest 22 to 30 miles per hour. reading and lancaster topping out at this hour at 32. dover, 31. atlantic city, 24. philadelphia 28. it is drying everything out nicely, no longer is the pavement wet. looks like the ground is starting to dry as well. the grass at least. as you look at satellite and radar, you can see it's clear skies from here to pittsburgh and beyond. smooth sailing the rest of the way. forecast for this afternoon, sunny skies, breezy, nice, temperatures, 70 degrees. 5:00 p.m., 70 degrees, from that point on we'll drift downward through the mid to upper 60s. now, when i come back in just a few minutes, unfortunately the sunny weather is not going to last very long. we have showers on the way periods of rain and
thunderstorms in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i'll have those details coming up in just a bit. guys? he said that all while smiling. thank you. today it's about celebrating mom and that's what many people are doing at penns landing. that's where the 13 spring arts crafts bazaar is happening. trish hartman is there, happy mother's day and a perfect day for the event. >> reporter: thank you gray, if you're looking for something to do outside to celebrate with your mom this is an awesome place to be, the weather beautiful and there's lots of people in penns landing and lots of vendors. let's take a walk this is all handmade unique recipes fine arts prints, photographer, bags for sale over here and finally i found an organizer this is erin
waxman. we moved to mother's day four or five years ago, it's stayed in people's minds and have a great day and be with their moms. byom. there's more than 100 vendors here. >> reporter: we have 125 vernlt we have local people -- vendors, we have local people we bring people in from all over the place, it's a great place to meet the maker. so you can find piece of clothing jewelry and ceramics and meet the person who made the piece. >> reporter: thank you so much. it's a great day to check that out. earlier today we were at franklin square where a a lot of moms were out and about enjoying the gorgeous weather with their
kids, there's a brunch going on. some moms took a spin on the carousel. we met a mom and son who came up from washington, d.c. to play the mini golf on the franklin square. a great tradition there. if you're looking for something to do with mom on this beautiful day there's lots of crafts and shopping and food vendors and admission is free and it is open until 6:00 p.m. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." thank you. turning to the race for the white house, bernie sanders will be in north jersey today where he would attend a rally at rutgers university. sanders remains in the race even though hillary clinton is 155 delegates shy of clinching the nomination. else behind in part because he failed to gain the support of super delegates. they are the party leaders who lined up in droves to support clinton. hillary clinton is not only the
campaign trail but expected to be in new jersey on wednesday. she will make a campaign stop in the camden area after sanders spends two days stumping in the state. on the republican side donald trump is taking aim at hillary clinton and her husband and has harsh words for party leaders who won't endorse him. she is married to a man who is the worst abuser of women in the history of politics. >> reporter: donald trump is going there whipping into hillary clinton and her husband. here's a guy he was impeached because he lied, he lied, you remember the famous i did not have sex with that woman. a couple of months later, i'm guilty. and she is taking negative ads on me. >> reporter: the low blows didn't stop is there. trump blasting the former secretary of state foreign policy
hillary clinton is giving him a new nickname, otherwise called the i don't like donald trump he is not a conservative. he is not a true conservative. who the hell cares we have to straighten out the country. first of all who cares? at the top of the growing list, the post powerful republican in congress, house speaker paul ryan. i see him on television i want to support mr. trump, but i don't know yet i have to meet -- what are we doing? >> reporter: trump and ryan will have the face-to-face meeting this week. that was abc's mary bruce with that report. happening right now a man is fighting for his life after being shot four times and stabbed in north philadelphia. this happened on the 3200 block
of north lee street around 5:30 a.m. the victim got into a fight with another man. officers found the 22-year-old victim lying in the street with the gunshot injuries to the face back and arms. medics rushed him to the hospital where's in critical condition. police are searching for the shooter. from our delaware newsroom wilmington police are investigating a double shooting that sent a man and woman to the hospital. officers found the victim on west 27th street. both were taken to the hospital. it is not clear what led to the shooting. a university of pennsylvania professor's math did not equal a terror threat but did cause a flight delay while the issue was ironed out. guido menzio was delayed after a passenger saw the equations he was writing and thought he was terrorist.
the airline crew investigate the the woman's allegations and determined they were not credible. the flight took off two hours later. there's much more to come on "action news" this sunday. a sea of pink on the streets of philadelphia. thousands of cancer survivors are sitting -- raising money to find a cure. it's a big day for the philly pops. we'll tell you about the unique new show that has music dance and acrobatics. a live look at the commodor barry bridge. meteorologist chris sowers will have the full sunny accuweather forecast when "action news" at noon continues.
that's not good. most have evacuated for the mcmurray. some rainfall is predicted for the area today, but not enough to put out the fires. time for accuweather, finally, the sun is shining. >> reporter: it looks great and it feels good to have the sun shining down on you let's go live on sky 6 down to cape may. we have a mainly clear sky and it's 66 degrees in cape may of we have a few folks on the sand enjoying a wonderful afternoon for a change. 11 straight days of gray and gloom that's what we've been dealing with in the philadelphia area. thanks to the omega block we got stuck in the bad side of the block. we had the easterly winds for a week that brought the showers and periods of rain. 69 degrees that's the high temperatures we are shooting for today. actually we've bumped it up to 7. that's the norm normal.
we talked about the omega block we were stuck in the good portion of the block. we had ten straight days of sunny conditions. wall-to-wall blue skies and temperatures 6 degrees above average. the last ten day stretch we were in the bad part of the pattern. everyday was chilly and there was rain and the numbers were 6 degrees below the seasonal averages. it's pulling away and the pattern is getting back to normal. we'll see the return of sunshine. 68 in philadelphia. mid 60s with the wind picking up out of the west/southwest at 15 to 30 miles per hour. the wider view shows the front pushing through now. you can see how the arcs like this. that's the sunny wedge push into the mid atlantic states. that will keep us high and dry this afternoon. for the tomorrow, as well.
the issue is, the fronts will only get so far before they stall out. the question is whether or not this returns to the delaware valley in the form of a warm front later this week. while we're enjoying the sun here, the moist will start building out here, this is all wet you'll see showers and thunderstorms over the next several days. some could be heavy across the part of the country. this will lift toward the north and the east over the neck few days, we could see showers tuesday morning and wednesday night. we could see thursday and friday and saturday this afternoon, mostly sunny conditions, clear overnight tonight. tomorrow morning, sunshine, high, thin clouds increasing from the south, but the weather will not turn threatening. monday is a nice day. tuesday, showers may develop during the morning hours, mainly cloudy and damp in the afternoon. followed by another round of
showers as we get into early morning wednesday. some of that could be on the heavier side. forecast for today, sunshine out there, enjoy it. breezy, temperatures close to 70 degrees for just about everybody. maybe a little bit cooler for the jersey shore places like cape may, sea isle city, avalon, 66 to 68. overnight tonight, the breezes subside, mainly clear and chilly, upper 40s for everybody, the exception being the northwestern suburbs, 44, trenton 46 and philadelphia, 49. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows not too bad for the next couple of days. a little unstable for the end of the week. 70 today. 72 tomorrow. showers tuesday, 655, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday thunderstorms each day. thousands of breast cancer survivors along with their family and friends walk through the streets of philadelphia to
raise money to find a cure for breast cancer. it took one of our area great mother's day events the susan b. komen race for the cure. ed rendell told the crowd thanks to their funds racing efforts researchers made a wide range of cures in cancers including breast cancer. it begs the question how long a date and thanks to you and all that you have done we're going to shorten that time and we'll all live to see the day when cancer is is obsolete. >> reporter: the run/walk is the largest. it's kinds in philadelphia. it is expected to raise $2 million. the annual mother's day walk is being held in clarks burger. in honor of casey who died of a
heroin overdose. drugs kill 40,000 americans alone. we know a multipronged effort to break the addiction that is many say is a brain disorder. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: for the first time ever the philly pops will protein -- present, the circ goes to the movies. it's aerialists and jugglers. the troupe was founded in
2005 to mary circus with -- marry circus with the movies. they will be performing right on stage with the philly pop 65 piece orchestra as the ensemble plays music from some of your favorite movies. you'll hear the film sound track and you'll see the athletic things going on choreographed to the music. you will see them flying above the orchestra while it's going on. it's going to be amazing. >> reporter: the music director said the film score plays a dynamic role in the show. there will be music from star wars and james bond movies, which is kind of blows your mind. it's going to be a wonderful event. >> reporter: philly pops presents circ goes to the movies.
welcome back on this sunday, just in time for mother's day after 11 straight days of gray, gloomy weather we have the sun. sky6 live hd taking a live look at atlantic city right now. it is gorgeous, i hope you are planning to go outside if you haven't already to enjoy it. now, the "action news" trouble shooters received a call for help from this man fighting a brain tumor and incorrect medical bill. this is dominic of west grove. on top of battling the brain tumor he found battling his hospital for a bill that started out at $2,100 and shot up to are 15,000. a brain tumor is in the
front of high head. >> reporter: dominic underwent a procedure called cyber knife to remove a portion of it. a few weeks later he got a bill for $2,140. i called to makearrangemen. a woman said it's under review. >> reporter: a representative told him not to pay anything until he got a new bill. the problem is a couple of weeks later, the new bill was a staggering $15,000. a big blow to him whose wife works seven days a week to keep the family afloat. we looked at it what's going on here, why us? >> reporter: that's when he reached out to me for help and the "action news" troubleshooters got to work and got results. with the help of our call for action volunteers, the troubleshooters got it reduced to zero. so when you see this, zero. when i saw the zero, i was so
excited, got my wife and gave her a hug and said look, something is taken care of. somebody is looking out for us. >> reporter: crozer keystone health system tells the trouble shooters in part in this patient's case there was an error in on you how the claim was processed by the insures error. they resubmitted a corrected claim. what would you like to say to the call for action troubleshooter volunteer who helped you. thank you so much, you guys were fantastic you treated us like family. i appreciate it. i really do. it's a great burden off our shoulders. i can't thank you folks enough. now he is one of many viewers asking for help over a medical bill mistake. while the trouble shooters are happy to help fighting million bills. we found services that help
negotiate for free. we have a link at 6abc.com. if you have a case for trouble shooters reach out to me on social media or go to 6abc.com. you can call us at (866)978-4232 from 1:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. tomorrow night on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. are you paying more than you're supposed to when you go to the store. "action news" investigation is looking into how retailers may be unfairly taking your money. >> reporter: imagine being overcharged every time you check out. that's what one local man said happened to him at one local store. we went along with him to see how often you are paying moor are more at the register. our undercover cameras were rolling as the inspectors conduct a price matching investigation. see the surprising results.
don't miss this "action news" investigation overcharged at the check out tomorrow at 11:00 p.m. i'll be watching for sure. well, when "action news" continues an update of the top stories. plus a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we see you back here in just a moment. blinds to go's new cascade shades.
recapping our top stories on "action news," an early-morning shooting outside the row nightclub on the trenton waterfront sent three people to the hospital. it started with an argument inside the club that spilled into the parking lot that's when someone opened fire. no word on the conditions of the
wounded. lady luck made her home in mercer county new jersey. a ticket was sold in the 429 million-dollar powerball drawing. lottery officials are not expected to release the name of the store where the ticket was purchased until tomorrow. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. thank you for all the sun. >> reporter: we're feeling lucky. mostly sunny and breezy, up to 70 degrees. everybody is warmer than that tomorrow. 72, sun fading lined high, thin clouds tomorrow afternoon. we could have wet weather wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, it's all about timing if the rain happens while we're asleep that's okay. sunday night at noon -- america's home videos and
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