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>> winter weather advisory goes into effect this afternoon, some of us will get light snow, rain is heading our way. >> president-elect donald trump is believed to be leaning toward picking exxon rex tillerson as secretary of state. this morning you'll hear why trump likes him and one leading lawmaker has concerns. >> the eagles have another shot at redemption in a home clash against washington. a loss eliminates the birds from playoff convention. >> spring mountain making the snow out there. sky6 live hd giving you a cool
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glimpse as the snow blowers are blowing snow on the slopes. >> some of us will see the white stuff. >> reporter: north of the philadelphia area will see that, here, rain, cold rain at that. looking live outside at the center city skyline, it's quiet, but cold, temperatures are in the mid 20s across the surrounding suburbs and 29 in philadelphia. winter weather advisory goes into effect for all areas shaded in the purplish lavender color. western portions of the lehigh valley and the poconos. we're expecting a period of light snow to develop let's say 2 or 3:00 p.m. this afternoon with a warm front that's right here, the warm front punches through, the air is very, very dry. after 2 or 3:00 p.m. this afternoon, aerials north of
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philadelphia there could a couple of snow showers that start developing that's part of the reason why the winter weather advisory is in effect. numbers are cold enough to support snow. 29 in philadelphia. 16 in the pings -- poconos, mill, 25 degrees. the immediate area, cloudy skies from start to finish. temperatures will struggle because of the clouds. 36 degrees. in the lehigh valley, 33, 34. there could snowshowers north of philadelphia. philadelphia areas south and east it's mainly a cloudy day. when i come back in ten minutes we'll talk about the timing of this, who sees the most snow from the storm system, there's another arctic outbreak coming later this week. that's straight ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a lot of cold news. you can count on 6abc.com/weather to keep you up to date on the possible snow. there you can see the seven-day
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forecast as well as the storm tracker 6 live radar. be sure to interact with our team of meteorologist each and everyday on twitter and facebook. new this morning, firefighters were called to the refinery complex in south philadelphia after a heater malfunctioned exploded and caught fire. it happened in a small building on the 3100 block of west passyunk avenue. the flames were doused and fuel were a drained from the heater to prevent further problems, nobody was injured. new this morning, a car flipped over on i-95 in chester, delaware county and burst into flames. the action cam was is he scene, i-95 south of perlynn street as the car was pulled on a flat bed truck. the car went out of control at 2:45 a.m., rolled over and caught fire. the driver walked away from the crash. that person is being treated for
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minor injuries. no word on charges. >> two people were shot outside a produce market in upper darby and thorn the police are looking for the shooter. this happened in the 6700 block of market street around 5:30 p.m. we are waiting for an update on the condition of the victims. this morning new honors for a wilmington firefighter killed in the line of duty. wilmington firefighter ardythe hope was promoted before being laid to rest. the fire department elevated her to lieutenant during a memorial serve haves at the chase center yesterday. she was awarded the medal of valour for attempting to save two firefighters. that fire took jerry fickes, and captain christopher leach and eventually ardythe hope. wilmington fire chief called hope a fighter and super woman. >> , the mother, the
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daughter, the sister, the firefighter, was all about caring for others. >> she told her three children their mom sits alongside kings and queens and watching their every more. >> overseas turkey is observing a day of mourning for 30 people killed near a stadium near istanbul. one of the blasts was caught by a closed circuit camera. 150 people were hurt. the interior minister said 13 people are in custody. the killers are linked to an outlawed kurdish movement. the procured issue party strongly condemned the attack. police firing shots
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following the explosions, police officers were the apparent target. turkey is a partner in the coalition against isis. >> if you're just waking up with us, president-elect donald trump has a new frontrunner for the job of secretary of state. trump is zeroing in exxon executive rex tillerson. the two had a face-to-face meeting yesterday. he supports free trade and international law and spansive spansive -- expansive u.s. presence in the middle east. trump is glowing about tillerson. >> a great advantage he knows many of the players, he does massive deal in russia, not for himself, but the company. >> it is the business ties with russia that republican senator john cane is watching out for.
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>> i have concerns of his him reports of his connection to vladimir putin who is a thug is a murderer. >> gop has 52-48 edge in the senate with confirmation. the last seat was filled yesterday when louisiana state treasurer won a won off. kellyanne conway was the host of the hammonton christmas parade. she is the first woman in the nation to to lead a presidential campaign. >> reporter: she was the grand marshall for the 150th hammonton christmas parade.
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>> hello hammonton. >> reporter: after a huge ovation she spoke to the crowd. >> i want to wish each and every one of you, a very happy, healthy merry christmas. >> reporter: she asked the crowd to pray. >> ladies and gentlemen of the jury after 8 years, i would ask you to pray for our outgoing president and vice president. i would ask you to pray for our new president anticipate vice -d vice president. >> reporter: she commented on the status of what her new role would be. there were a few in the crowd with antikellyanne conway signs. >> we have the right to voice our displeasure with the racist miss -- sexist rhetoric she used in the campaign. >> reporter: she made the parade
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150th anniversary more special. >> we worked on the farm together, love kelly, such an inspiration, i always looked up to her like a big sister. >> great job, kelly, keep it up. >> very proud. >> reporter: this was the christmas parade, there were protesters here, but things remained peaceful. reporting from hammonton, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> george stephanopoulos goes one on one with president-elect trump's incoming chief of staff, reince prebis. >> it's desperation time for the eagles, a loss at the linc will deliver a serious punch to the bird's playoff chances. losses to washington eliminated the eagles from playoff contention each of the past two seasons, we'll bring you a live
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report from the link on "action news" at noon. jeff skeverski has more on the showdown ahead in sports. >> there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. a terrifying trip. cars and trucks pile up on the highway as a snowstorm moves through. >> taylor swift is giving back helping folks who lost it all around the holidays. a 15-month-old boy so saved by a police officer. we'll tell you why the child's mother said she is grateful for that officer's schedule. chris. double scan live shows a long line of snow stretching from the high plains into the upper midwest, winter weather advice regoes into effect this afternoon ascertain details for for -- and details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast right after this.
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massive pileup north of detroit. 33 cars and three semis were involved in the crash on i-75. the road was covered in snow and the northbound interstate was shut down for several hours. several inches of snow fell in the midwest. this is a taste of what's to come. a winter storm is moving east from the rockies. chicago and minneapolis could see a foot of snow by tonight.
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chicago international o'hare airport is seeing cancellations and delays of more than an hour due to falling snow. >> we're talking about snow everywhere, it's coming here, right? >> reporter: north and west of philadelphia, they will get snow, in philadelphia, you're not shoveling just yet. >> good deal. >> reporter: live on sky6 live hd, we're looking at our beautiful christmas tree from our city hall camera at dirt -- dilworth park. the good news, we lost the gusty breeze, but it's cold enough, most locations down in the 20s. double scan live is showing flakes over central delaware, kent county and areas east of baltimore down in maryland, none of it is reaching the ground. the air is very, very dry. look at the dewpoint. it's down to 15.
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the dry air mass evaporating all the moisture. we're seeing mainly cloudy skies out there this morning, 29 degrees in philadelphia. pressure reading holding steady. winds are light out of the southwest at 3 miles per hour. so we'll start out north and west, this is where the advisory goes into effect later this afternoon and this is where we're seeing some of the colder temperatures at this hour, 23 in fleetwood. 25 in quakertown. 21 in martins creek. warrington, 25. somewhat milder, but cold areas south and east, 25 in glassboro, woodbine, 26, villas, 30. dover, 26 degrees. monday's storm, here's philadelphia here, there's a low pressure system developing with a warm front, area of high pressure is supplying the cold air. what will happen this warm front and all the mild air especially
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aloft will win the battle and push north into new england. if you start out as snow you'll go over to rain overnight tonight abbey into tomorrow morning. there's the warm front, you can see the long line of snow stretch trg -- stretching from the great lake states cleveland, chicago, all reporting snow. you will see more than what the model is showing north and west. a period of light snow developing as the warm front punches through for areas north of philadelphia. south of philadelphia, you're staying cloudy, that's right through the evening hours, overnight tonight, as the warm air floods the region, everything changes over to rain. by tomorrow morning's commute it is mainly wet out there. it could be slushy in the poconos and perhaps the lehigh valley, generally wet roads that will be the rule in the immediate philadelphia area and later monday afternoon, it's a combination of sun and clouds. what to expect north and west of
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philadelphia, from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. or midnight. there will be a light period of snow, consume lakeses will -- accumulations will be minor. light snow changing over to rain it will wash away the escrow. away the snow. one inch in the poconos. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cloudy skies, perhaps a few flurries, 36 degrees is the forecasted high. overnight tonight, whatever snow you're seeing north and west, it will change over to rain. 32 for the suburbs, 35 for center city. temperatures rising. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 49 monday, periods of rain. here comes the next arctic blast, gray and nydia look at this, 29 degrees for the high thursday and friday. >> i don't want to look at that, chris, thank you.
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"action news" is bringing you the best holiday displays from around the region. the crews found a vibrant display in new jersey, st. peter's catholic church, each has a personalized note dedicated to the loved one or in honor of peace and joy during the christmas season. we're back after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ how else do you think he gets around so fast? take the reins this holiday and get the mercedes-benz
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life of a toddler in tampa, florida, a mom entered the county tax collector's office pleading for help. the body of her unresponsive 15-month-old son was in her arms. deputy steve donaldson was working that day. he started cpr. >> i said please give me strength. it was a complete relief. >> the boy was revived after 20 seconds. it was a fluke that he was working that day. he was filling in for another officer who was called out. and get this he was recertified in infant cpr. >> a true hero. >> a texas veteran has his closest companion with him at all times even when he is on the clock. he served three deployments out
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valley and the poconos. it is this area we're expecting a brief period of snow developing this afternoon. it will be very, very light. just enough to coat the ground and slicken the back roads. you can see the long line of snow from minneapolis to detroit and cleveland into pittsburgh and south into the state of delaware. a lot of this will not reach the ground, but as the ground moistens up, a brief snow shower is possible. overnight tonight it's snow changing to rain and cold rain for philadelphia. >> thank you for the update. in sports, the flyers' streak continues. it is on the line for the eagles, jeff skeverski has that as the eagles prepare to take on the redskins. >> reporter: carson wentz has twice as many turnovers and touchdowns since the last time
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they face the redskins. the eagles offense is the most pencillized team in the nfl -- penalized team in the nfl. they are among the lowest scoring team in the nfl in the first 15 minutes in the game. >> it's tough to dig a hole especially against good teams. we have to avoid that and come out swinging. >> everybody realizes where we are in this season as a team. we must get a win, especially the team that had our number the first time. >> reporter: the defense struggled 230 yards rushing the last time against the redskins. the flyers are on fire they won 8 straight for the first time in 14 years, tonight in detroit they are looking to score their first nine game winning streak
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since eric steve mason, and brayden shenn did the refuse of -- the rest of it. halts off to the flyers, they won 4-2. # in a -- 8 in a row since 2002. >> when it comes in a winning effort, coming from behind. it's fun, finding different ways, every single game seems to be a different way to come out on top you know. >> the flyers are in motown, so are the sixers. joel embiid has a shooting elbow, he will not play in detroit. the sixers say don't worry it's
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precautionary. joel will come off the bench after missing the start of season. >> i'm focused on playing basketball. i want to perform, you know control whaik -- whaik control. >> joel will not be on minute restriction and we'll see how he place with okay for. that's sports i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. and based on the size, your usage has been spiking. ♪ that's exactly what i thought. if you're not an expert,
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lieutenant ardythe hope is givennen a hero's farewell. >> a flies to new york from philadelphia to meet the man she saved with a donation. >> chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, a wee bit of snow, you say? >> reporter: that's a good ways to it, a wee bit of snow. looking outside, the ben franklin bridge this morning, clouds have come in out of the west/southwest. what's that going to do is trap
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all the cold air close to the surface. temperatures are cold, most locations are actually down into the mid 20s with all that cloud cover upstairs, as the sun rises, it will have a difficult time warming things up. as the precipitation here moves in, stretches from the minneapolis to the great lakes and the mid atlantic, some of that moisture moves in, it will be cold enough for snow mainly north and west this afternoon. for philly, maybe a flurry or two, this is mainly a rain event for philadelphia. 25 in reading, 24 in allentown. 29 in philadelphia, 16 degrees that's it for the poconos. here's the good news, wind have died down, most locations are generally under five miles per hour this morning, therefore we are not dealing with harsh windchills. for today, accuweather says cloudy skies, 36 degrees for the high temperature.
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windchills, 33, 34, a little bit cooler than the actual air temperature. yes there could flurries around in the city of philadelphia later this afternoon. although a period of light snow is expected to develop in the poconos and the lehigh valley later today. when we come back in just a few minutes, i'll have all the details, the timing and the colder the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> the "action news" morning team matt, karen, david will bring you an update on the soggy monday morning commute tune in at 4:30 a.m. a final salute this weekend for wilmington firefighter ardythe hope. she was laid to rest with final words of comfort for the family. >> joe biden said being a firefighter was part of her dna. she battled a brain tumor and like so many things in her life, she beat it. chad perdelli has more on the tribute. >> reporter: draped with a flag
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a top engine five ardythe hope's body was escorted by police through the streets of wilmington. her brothers in the department carried her body into the chase center for a public viewing. her relatives followed behind, montage of photos began the service. there was a presentation of the colors, u.s. senators tom kaepernicker and chris coons and governor jack markell were among those who paid respect to the mother of three. >> they will be a celebration of life and service for our ardie. everybody who knew her know how she enjoyed celebrations this time of year. >> ardie was intelligent and dedicated to service to the lives of others. >> reporter: this is where ardythe hope was critically
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injured in late september. you can see flags and flowers on the fence. the sign reads rest in peace, peace,ardie hope, you are loved and miss, hero. hope was fighting the blaze when the floor of the row home collapsed. hope, jerry fickes and christopher leach plummeted into the flames. only one survived. firefighters like hope risk their lives everyday. all gave some, some gave all. >> it is has been said firefighters never die, they just burn forever in the hearts of people whose lives they saved. and in the case of ardie, in the hearts of all those touched by her heroism. >> >> reporter: in wilmington, chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> may ardie rest in peace. police in chester are
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investigating a home invasion that turned deadly for the suspect. the homeowner shot the gunman who barged into his home. it happened on up land street. the homeowner opened fire hitting the man and killing him. no word on whether charges will be filed against the homeowner. we have yn update on -- we have an update on a story we're following you, the attorney charged in a politically charged vandalism will not be charged. he is on a two week leave from the city solicitors office and ordered to complete 40 hours of community service. a pretrial hearing for bill cosby is expected to takes place at the montgomery county courthouse charged with sexually
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assaulting constan in 2004. earlier this month, the judge ruled that damaging testimony that he gave in the civil lawsuit can be used in the criminal case. in the testimony, cosby acknowledged he had given women drugs and alcohol before sexual encounter. chaka fattah will be sentenced after being convicted of fraud and rag tearing. he repeated abused his power and should be given a prison sentence of at least 17 years. >> ash carter is in iraq in an unannounced visit he made the stop in an effort to retake the city of mosul from isis. he will meet with iraqi security forces and kurdish fighters and security personnel. iraqi forces have been in a slow
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house to house battle with isis in the city of mosul. taylor swift donated $100,000 to all the people who lost everything in the tennessee fires. 14 people never made it out alive. downtown gatlinburg is reopened to tourist. there was a remarkable reunion at the hospital of the university of pennsylvania. katherine scott was there as two lives connected. >> reporter: jack is the beauty of east windsor and lisa of germany were once complete strangers, 2 1/2 years ago, jack said her flessness kept them alive. jack a bone marrow recipient introduced lisa to his care team
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at the university of pennsylvania. it was here when he received life saving treatment. >> when i walked in, i thought i was dead and dieing. they put me at ease, every time i walked out i felt hopefully'. >> jack was diagnosed with a cute leukemia 2013. he need a bone marrow transplant and his brother was not a match. the search turned international. jack and linda gave up hope. penn found lisa, she registered as a donor when her father's colleague was sick and never called. when she was in 2014 it was for someone she never met. >> a lot of people put themselves out there when they know somebody, but very few do it without knowing.
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>> reporter: when the window expired they introduced themselves by letter. a week ago lisa traveled to philadelphia. on her visit they ran the rocky steps, they toured new york, but her favorite part. >> i would like to meet you. >> i will always have a special feeling for lisa. >> look at her, she saved my husband's life. >> what a great gift. >> 6:40 if you're just waking up with us, there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. a philadelphia jazz musician shared his talents for decades. now he is sidelined all because of a medical condition. we'll tell you about the case that landed him in the hospital for several weeks. >> we remember the losses at pearl has been bore 75 years ago, many a board a ship that wasn't supposed to be there. >> let's take you outside
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camden city skyline. meteorologist chris sowers is tracking snow flurries on the way. we'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a bit. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ how else do you think he gets around so fast? take the reins this holiday and get the mercedes-benz you've always wanted during the winter event. now lease the 2017 gle350 for $579 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer.
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spirit was alive at the 6abc studios for our annual children holiday party. the parents of 6abc gathered for fun, there's my wife there. of course the team was out, ducis rogers, brian taff, his
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lovely wife and two children, adam and hannah. >> we were there, the whole family of five, was there, because grandpa han was there, too. >> so many adorable little ones asking santa for goodies this year. >> it was nice for the bosses to do that for us. >> the kids were asking for snow. >> no. >> i like the wee bit of snow. >> wee bit of snow, yeah. >> reporter: let's go outside and show you what's going on, live on sky6 live hd, cape may, clouding up, clouds in advance of an approaching warm front. that's how the day will play out today, unless you're north and west of philadelphia. there could be a period of light snow later this afternoon. everybody else staying mainly cloudy. the radars seeing white showing up now, mainly south of the city of philadelphia, so cape may,
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appears to be a few flurries, same thing with kent county and delaware, the air is so dry, more than likely you are not seeing anything at all. if you see anything it will be flakes. later this afternoon, the air will moisten up, we'll see flakes flying west and north of philadelphia. right now, temperatures in the 20s, windchills are in the 20s, not as harsh as the last couple of days. the main reason for that is because the wind are beginning to die down a little bit. satellite and radar, clouds increasing, you can see the band of snow stretching from harrisburg westward through the great lake states. this is in advance of a warm front that stretches out like this. this drags through after midday. areas north and west of philadelphia, you pick up a period of light snow or snow showers. everybody else mainly cloudy, we'll catch a lull in the action, look at all the cloud
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cover and lack of cloud cover down through here, there's going on to be a break. after midnight tonight the second round moves in, that's mainly snow. whatever you see in the lehigh valley, the rain washes away. 4:00 p.m., cloudy skies for everybody, most of the day is dry, unless you're out through here, far western suburbs, lehigh valley, you'll see more than what the model is showing. there's the break in the evening hours not much of anything going on. snow showers periods of light snow remaining in the lehigh valley. again, it's after midnight when all this is starting to reload. we're stopping this at 4:00 a.m., raining for just about everybody. lehigh valley snow changing over to rain. at 4:00 a.m., it's snowing in the poconos, but even there we expect a changeover to rain before the end. 8:00 a.m., heart of the rush hour it's raining for everybody. it's a cold rain and it can
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create slick spots. don't let your guard down. tomorrow morning, it's mainly rain as you head into work and school and not snow. as we progress this along, monday afternoon, cloud may attempt to break for a little bit of sunshine before the sun sets. breaking it down, this is areas north and west of philadelphia, 1 to 6:00 p.m. expect a period of light snow or snow showers. then we get into the break, 6:00 p.m. to midnight. from midnight on until noon on monday, the rain washes the snow away. as far as accumulations we're not expecting all that much. perhaps a half inch to an inch, this shade here, far western suburbs and the lehigh valley. just a couple of flakes around around pennsylvania turnpike. 38 in philadelphia, 42 in cape may. after midnight, here comes round number two. whatever snow you're seeing up
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here this afternoon will change over to rain, 35 degrees and rising overnight tonight for philadelphia. cape may, 37, rising, as well. all temperatures going up. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, all the way up to 49 tomorrow. periods of rain during the morning, mainly clouds and limited sun by afternoon. tuesday's partly sunny, 47. wednesday the arctic front arrives there could be snow showers with that, 39. it gets really cold, thursday and friday, 29 degrees both days for the high, windchills are going to be cold, windchills are more like mid teens. >> you enjoy this. >> he is smiling. jeff brad dd -- bradshaw is a world renown missions from philadelphia. -- musician from philadelphia. >> jack is enjoying a green
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smoothy in chestnut hill. healthy eating has become a new habit after years of poor eating caught up to him. bradshaw has been playing the trombone touring with i-list artists for two decades. all that traveling left to an unhealthy diet. >> just sandwiches, subs, tons of fried food no matter where it was. >> reporter: this past october while rehearsing, he felt a sharp pain in his left lower abdomin, he spent weeks in the hospital, loss 52 pounds, he was diagnosed with diver in the lower portion of the intestines, small pockets form, but if they become inflamed it's
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callederticulitis. treatment ranges from diet changes to antibiotics. one way to reduce the risk, eat a high fiber diet. >> whole wheat bread and fruits propels things through the intestines easier. >> runaway from processed food. it has to be a plant-based diet, a diet full of fiber. >> reporter: ali gorman channel 6 "action news." oh, that's lovely...
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thieves who targeted a pharmacy on october 30th. detectives released this surveillance video inside the rite aid along torresdale avenue in tacony. >> two males came into the store, one black male went to the pharmacy department, the white male stayed at the door with a lookout. the suspect handled the employee a note that that says you have five minutes i want all the objection oxi. the clerk complied and handed over the drugs and they took off in different directions. >> the white male had a hoodie on. the citizens crime commission is administering a five thousand dollar reward for the arrest and conviction of the people responsible. call 215-546-tips. all calls remain anonymous, for
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roxborough will host a pearl harbor event this afternoon at 1:00 p.m. 25 hundreds -- hundred lives were lost including on the arizona which was not supposed to be there. >> reporter: on december 7, 1941, the u.s.s. arizona was docked at pearl harbor for emergency repairs. 6 weeks earlier it was damaged in a collision with the u.s.s. oklahoma. if not for that collision, the arizona would be elsewhere when the japanese navy carried out his sneak attack. u.s.s. pennsylvania was at pearl harbor and sustained damage helping arizona and other vessels in other aerial assaults. the history of that day is best
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told by those who survived it. >> we were taken around the stern of the arizona. >> i got off the ship by rope, hand over hand off the vessel. >> you got off hand over hand, i don't know how i made it, but i'm here. >> reporter: more than 900 bodies were never recovered. there loss no in vein. >> those of you who served in world war ii ushered in the era of peace and prosperity that we have enjoyed for decades. >> reporter: brian taff channel 6 "action news." >> time now, 6:57 another hour of "action news" straight ahead. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. a wilmington firefighters received two new before
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being a hero's sendoff. kellyanne conway is the grand marshall of her hometown parade. >> meteorologist chris sowers will have more on snow on the way, when we come right back. >> a winter weather advisory
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goes into effect this afternoon, some of us will get light snow, rain is heading our way. >> plus president-elect donald
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trump is believed to be leaning toward picking exxon's rex tillerson as secretary of state. this morning you'll hear why trump likes him and one leading lawmaker has concerns. >> the eagles have a shot of redemption in a home clash against washington. a loss eliminates the birds from playoff contention. >> good morning, 7:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over penns landing. it's nice, but it's cold outside. >> over to meteorologist chris sowers at the big board. >> reporter: good morning, guys, yes it is blustery and cold temperatures in the 20s. still somewhat of a breeze, but the gusty wind of the past couple of days that has diminished. it does feel a little bit out there. the national weather service issued a winter weather advisory in effect for all areas highlighted in the purplish color areas north and west of

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