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visitor saw that prompted him to call police. a gun is fired inside a philadelphia strip club sending a woman to the hospital. >> two members of the dover police department have died, what we're learn being the early morning crash that took their lives. first outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather cold today chris. >> reporter: it's blustery out here nydia, we have temperatures in the 30s and windchills values 43 degrees colder than yesterday's high temperature of 73. big changes, 28 with the wind in reading, 0 in allentown. 0 in trenton. feels like the teens in the poconos. 17 in the poconos. millville, 38. dover, 33. cape may, 34 of we're seeing more in the way of sun so it's helping things out a little bit but it's much much colder than yesterday at this time. satellite shows the clouds beginning to thin out south and east of philadelphia, still a dense overcast north and west. as the day wears on we'll see more and more sunshine.
forecast for the remainder of the afternoon windy and colder, 46 degrees that's the forecasted high with feels-like temperatures hanging out somewhere between 35 and 40. now, when i come back in just a few minutes, it will turn warmer in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, as a matter of fact some of us could hit 70 by wednesday. there will be spring-like thunderstorms out there, as well. i'll have the details when i come inside. >> thank you. we're following breaking news out of the wissinoming section of philadelphia where we learned that headstones at a jewish cemetary were broken and overturned. it is unclear how the headstones were damaged. bob brooks is live with a look at the destruction bob, what are you learning about this? >> reporter: nydia and gray, like you said unclear how this happened. the damage is very bad and extensive throughout this place this is the mount carmel cemetary a jewish cemetary, you
can see straight down the row headstones have been knocked over it's like this all over the cemetary. there's dozens, but there could be more than that. everywhere you duke you see another headstone knocked over headstones have been knocked down all over mount carmel cemetary dozens maybe more than a hundred. it's a jewish cemetary located at the corner of frankford and cheltenham avenue. >> reporter: aron mallen made the disturbing discovery when he came to look at his father's grave. he is hoping it was not an antisemitic attack. >> just the fact there were so many it does look like it was targeted. >> reporter: police have not said what happened, but you can see the damage is widespread. a lot of people will have to get their headstones fixed. if it was vandalism he doesn't
understand how someone could do this. >> there's over 100 headstones down here it's heartbreaking. >> reporter: it could be over 100 tombstones knocked over. we showed you that row and just behind me pointing the camera in a different direction they are knocked over, it is from end to end damage with tombstones at the mount carmel cemetary being knocked over. police have not said whether or not this was vandalism those are details we're trying to get and we'll be would would working on throughout the day. bob brooks. >> dover police department has announced the death of two of its members 23-year-old robert dupont and james watts was killed in a vehicle accident
both off duty. the jeep wrangler failed to negotiate a curve and crashed down the embankment and overturned. both died at the scene. the department described them as outstanding employees committed to servicing the citizens of dover. >> the death of a 20-year-old in the city's olney section is being called suspicious. police say the victim's brother found the man dead in his bedroom on rising sun avenue. he had several bite wounds to his face, his 8-month-old pitbull was found in the apartment blood idea. it bloodied. the dog was removed without incident. an autopsy will be performed later today. a woman is in the hospital after a shooting inside a philadelphia strip club. this all happened at club onyx
columbus boulevard. 26-year-old woman told police she saw a group of people began to fight and someone the front door and fired a gun. the bullet hit a glass door, the woman was cut by glass she was taken to jefferson hospital in stable condition detectives looking for the shooter. carbon monoxide leak forced people outside of thereof apartment in haverford township. the action cam was on the scene of the 1300 block of darby road. firefighters arrived after getting a call that a resident was showing carbon monoxide poisoning. residents were ordered out of the apartment. peco is looking for the source of the problem we're awaiting world on what they found. a dangerous scene during the final weekend of mardi gras, a truck crashed into a crowd in new orleans last night. the pick up truck barreled into
a crowd of people at a start pointing him of one of the largest parades. it hit two cars and dump truck before running into two den people. >> it -- two dozen people. sounded like the car was revving its engine and a car was coming toward us and people were screaming get out of the street. >> most were taken to the hospital some in critical condition. police arrested the driver at the scene. investigators believe the man was intoxicated. they are investigating. following president donald trump's war on words with the media, one of the commercials during tonight's oscars will have a political tone. new york times has paid to air a commercial for the first time in seven years recently the newspaper was criticized by president donald trump who call also the new york times fake news. the topic the truth here's a
preview.the ad is airing a day after the company and others were blocked from joiningen informal white house press briefing. president donald trump tweeted by the ad saying the failing new york times will take an ad to help save its failing reputation. try reporting accurately and fairly. >> the president announced he will not be attending the white house corresponds dinner it will mark the first time in 30 years a sitting president will not attend the affair. president trump announced his decision and wishing everyone well. the animal event is set for april 29. it is intended for the press and the president to poke fun at one another and charity. this comes as a top republican calls for a special prosecutor
to investigate team trump's ties to russia. congressman darrell isa said the reported contact with russia needs a special investigation. the intelligence committee in the house and senate are investigating the report. "action news" will have complete coverage of the speech to congress that happens tuesday night, you can watch the prime time event live on 6abc. "action news" anchor, monica malpass will be in washington d.c. with reaction from local lawmakers the live report from the capitol tuesday at 4:00 p.m. delaware state senate remains in democratic control following the special election to follow the vacant seat. stephanie hanson will serve the 10th district replacing stephanie long hall who is the state lieutenant governor. a new warning for pregnant women, how eating licorice might
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chilly here, no snow in the forecast but it's colder than the 70s we've been dealing with the last few days, beautiful shot over the ben franklin bridge we're seeing a combination of sun and clouds on this sunday afternoon. the radars are clear, they will stay that way for the neck couple of days. the next chance of rain is tuesday morning in the form. showers. 39 in philadelphia. 38 in allentown. 20s in the poconos. 38 in trenton. 41 in 40 showing up for cape along with the colder numbers we have a bit of a breeze out of the west/northwest anywhere from 15 to 25 miles per hour, occasionally we do see higher gusts that wind is making the upper 30s low 40s feeling low 30s. satellite and radar over the last feweeing increase in sun over the last hours.rs for western pennsylvania and western upstate new york, none of t reaches our neck of the woods. it is chilly for one day old
man retreats again north into canada, as we get into tomorrow it will open a door to another round of unseasonable warm weather, we can make another run at 70 degrees by wednesday afternoon. this is the last of it here. later on feels like numbers around 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 35, 38 degrees the numbers drop off. tomorrow morning is chilly. cruel to windchill values in the upper 20s by afternoon that windchills disappearance and we get into the 50s we fast forward to tuesday morning. monday afternoon we start out with sunshine and increase clouds. tuesday, here comes rain, it will work out to sea. the representative combination of sun clouds, 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., another round of showers pull through. temperatures. a warmt. thets thro warme rushes in. 47 iniladelphia, 46.2. 4 the wind itill not feel like the 40s, itl 30s.ht the allentown 26.
philadelphia, lle, 29. lancaster, 27 degrees. it's been quite sometime since we've seen temperatures that cold. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, again it lasts one day, 46 today, 57 nice jump tomorrow, increasing clouds tuesday a mild day morning showers followed by another rou afternoon look showe possible high temperatures near 70. but this time around a morent cold front swings through. thursday frorchlt -- f the temperatures down here, this 54 comes early the numbers fall early in the day. that sets up a stretch of weather next friday, saturday, sunday chilly, as well. there could snow showers friday afternoon. old man winter is not done with us just yet. >> thank you chris. in "healthcheck," eating licorice while pregnant may impact the baby's neuro developmental process in the womb. researchers studied data of 390 children born in the u.s. and
their mothers. they found their mothers who ate licorice during pregnancy suffered behavioral problems. the natural sugar in the licorice let's the cortisol travel to the baby. researchers of the university of wisconsin looked at two groups over 56 week period one had consistent follow up calls to dieticianses. those who kept in touch regained less than two pounds of their weight. sky6 live hd looking live at rothman rink, you can see folks are out there taking advantage of the last day. the rink sits in the shadow of city hall at dilworth park it will be open today from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. >> all good things must come to an end. just ahead on "action
welcome back on this sunday, 12:19, 39 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at cape may new jersey. feels like winter again but not to worry apparently our winter temperatures will only last one day. new information on the murder of kim jong nam the half brother of the north korea leader. two women wiped his face with a substance, a substance
considered a weapon of mass destruction. two women told police they thought they were carrying out a prank for a tv show. a judge has ruled that president trump's campaign comments about army sergeant beau bergdahl will not interfere with the trial. during the presidential cam -- cam -- campaign, president trump called him a deserter. the trial is expected to begin in april. if convicted he could face life in prison. a transit gender wrestler who was required to compete in the state title has won the tournament. he got to compete gains the girls. parents called this unfair.
she prefers to compete against boys the lawsuit has been filed seeking to keep the wrestler from competing in future tournments against girls. a team that helps put a pacemaker inside a ferret last month. helping a blind april see. the veterinarians at kansas university went viral for the pacemaker surgery. this time they performed surgery on 2-year-old booger. once she recovers she'll able to see for the first time in her life. >> you can't make this up. >> i can't wait to tell my kids that story. >> there's much more to come on "action news" including sports. >> later a woman is in the hospital after a hit-and-run in feltonville. details on the vehicle police
>> turning to sports, the flyers dropped the puck in front of a huge audience. plus, the phillies hit the field for another game training at camp. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the flyers who are on the outside looking in on the playoffs did themselves no favors last night outside in pittsburgh. phillies fell in the home of the steelers. more than 67,000 fans braving the winds braving the cold in pittsburgh largest crowd the flyers have ever played in front of. down 2-0 jake borachek what a move in front in the second. flyers get within one third
period down two again, on the power play flyers within 1. off the face off he gives it up five hole he allowed 8 goals in the last two games. flyers lose 4-2 the final the look says it all, they have dropped seven of their last nine. >> it's a tough result walking away i mean it's a close tight hockey game where i thought our team played well battled extremely hard and did a lot of good things, but we walk away with the wrong result. >> reporter: same old story for the flyers. sixers big win in the big apple is at the center of the 18 point come back, sixers center jahill okafor. 9 seconds left, okafor, what a move two of the season high 28. sixers up one the knicks get one last shot.
ballgame with .3 of a second left sixers lose 110-109. nerlens noel remember him? he gets a standing ovation for his debut with the dallas mavericks last night. coming off the bench facing new orleans, the former sixers center 9 points. dallas wins by 13. college hoops josh hart and chris jenkins finally game at home. nova blows it open late second half. off the steal josh hart two of the 16, villanova wins 79-63. clinching a record 4 straight big east conference championship. spring training baseball phillies in clearwater. franco with two homers including an inside the parker. the yankee fielder kicks the
ball to the wall and claims it got stuff. it's on you buddy. franco scores, phillies win 6-5 it is their first grapefruit league win. they are back in action against the toronto blue jays. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. >> a large dinosaur stands in argentina. a big crowd gathered for the dinosaur a real scale replica 130 feet long and 40 feet high. it stands to the entrance to the city where the the die sore was discovered just three years ago. >> another half-hour of "action news" straight ahead. >> here's some of the stories we'll have for you. >> a pennsylvania ballet brings a pirate love story to you for life in 6abc loves the arts.
details of his funeral this afternoon. excitement starts to grow, a preview of what to expect for the academy awards. but first outside we go with meteorologist chris sowers chris, spring one day and winter next. >> reporter: it is here one day and spring returns to the delaware and the lehigh valleys. let's take you back, let's reminisce about the warm weather we've had over the past couple of days. thursday we managed a high of 73. thursday high of 74. yesterday, we hit 73 degrees that's in the city of philadelphia. some locations got warmer than the numbers you see in front of you there. now, cold front came through last night now look at the numbers, 34 in pottstown, 41 in saint davids, quakertown 34. warrington 39. with the wind it feels like 26, 27.
cinnaminson, 40. gandys beach 41. villas 40. smyrna 42. dover, 41. take a look at the numbers to the bottom of the screen to the south, you see the 50s and 60s starting to creep farther to the north, that's the next surge of warm weather getting in here tomorrow afternoon and really sets up shop tuesday and wednesday. old man winter he's got one day where he will take advantage. situation and then things start to warm up quickly. windy and cool that's the call from accuweather sun and clouds, the 46 will feel like the 0s. now looking ahead when i come back in just a few minutes we'll focus on the rain chance, we have plenty of them. 60% on tuesday and 70 on wednesday, followed by 40% on friday. that could be in the form of light snow. i'll have the details coming up in ten minutes. guys? >> back to that breaking news we told you about earlier out of
the wees noaj section of philadelphia. -- wees noamg section of philadelphia -- wissinoming section of philadelphia. headstones toppled over. >> bob brook is there we've seen the damage, heartbreaking for some of these families. what are you learning about this. >> reporter: nydia and gray, heat breaking, hard to believe that weather could do something like this. you can see this is the damage, this is the mount carmel cemetary in wissinoming on the corner of frankford and cheltenham avenue. you can see all the headstones toppled over. let's bring up video and take a look. you can see i've been able to count dozens here, the thing is, everywhere i go around the cemetary i'm seeing more and more headstones toppled over him we were tipped off by a man who came here with the anniversary of his father's death.
he came here to see his father and pay his respects to him. he saw all this a mess here. police at this point have not confirmed what exactly happened, but again this is a jewish cemetary and that we spoke with hopes this is not a targeted attack. he is hoping for the best. let's take a listen. >> reporter: i'm hoping it was drubbing kids and not a -- in drunk kids and not an attack. >> another live look here, this row here, i want you to follow with me with the camera you can see down this row we're pointing the camera in a different direction, there you go, that's what you see you see headstones toppled over all over the place the mount carmel cemetary, we'll contact police to see what happened those are the details we'll be working on throughout the day. reporting live in wees -- wissinoming, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news."
>> happening within the next hour a public memorial service for retailing giant albert boscov. a big turn out expected at 1:00 p.m. at the arena in the hometown of reading. the service was moved to the 8,000 seat aarena -- arena after it was clear the arts center would not be big enough. bill paxton has died only 61 years old. he starred in a long list of movies including apollo 13 and twister and titanic. he was married to several women in the big love. he was a could star of tv series training day a spin off from the denzel washington movie. >> a tremendous talent.
in berks county police shot and killed a man at a barbecue after he pointed a shotgun at officers. police received calls from 1st street in reading, a man pointing a shotgun at neighbors. when police arrived they asked him to drop the shotgun, he pointed it at officers instead. that's when police opened fire killing the man. the search is on for a white nissan with a broken headlight. the car may have been used to hit and seriously injury a women in the feltonville section yesterday morning at the intersection of wyoming avenue and lawrence street. neighbors say they were shocked somebody would hit a woman with a car and drive away. >> you said a mouthful, nobody should hit nobody and run. >> reporter: the woman was thrown in the air by the force of the impact. she was rushed to temple university hospital and is
stable condition. police arrested a man accused of avoiding paying $13,000 in tolls and fees. transit police say dominic slover had 200 violations over 21 separate e-z pass accounts. he was charged with theft of services and theft by unlawful taking. >> a new miss philadelphia was crowned last night. nia andrews a 22-year-old philadelphia native as miss philadelphia she'll receive a 4,000-dollar scholarship and act as ambassador to the city. she goes on to the miss pennsylvania pageant in june. congratulations. we're a few hours away from hollywood's biggest night. some of the people involved in the best movies will walk away with a golden statue, we go to
e of all the action, there will be likely some surprises this year. >> reporter: that's right nydia and gray we have seen the red carpet transform from when we first arrived this morning until now. there are journalist getting in place, i don't know if you can see the flashing lights behind me it gives us a flips of what will be hang at celebrities walk down the red carpet. >> reporter: it's hollywood's biggest night. >> it's our super bowl. >> reporter: the 89th annual academic awards could be full of surprises. this is one of the first years in a long time it feel like anybody could win anything. >> among the favorites hollywood musical la la handle with 14 nominations along with moonlight, man chert by -- manchester by the sea and fences and hidden figures.
the viral has tag oscar so white may be a thing of past after two years of having no actors of colors among the 20 nominees, denzel washington and viola davis two of the record etch black actors -- seven black actors nominated. >> . >> they deserve to be here because they are talented. >> reporter: what could mark an apparent come back for a star many thought couldn't be forgiven mel gibson best director for the world war ii drama hacksaw ridge. his first nomination in 21 years, bringing him back into the spotlight after 2010 domestic battery charge and drunken antisemitic tirade during 2006 dui arrest. and this could be a very interesting red carpet this
evening, only because of the weather, here in sunny california we're experiencing a drop in temperatures we think it's cold here, it's 50 degrees, so we may see some people maybe wear coats or covering up or commenting about the fact it's cold and raining here. reporting live from hollywood channel 6 "action news" gray and nydia. >> boo hoo 50 degrees in hollywood. thanks. >> "action news" will be on one hour earlier tonight, it will start at 5:00 p.m. camp the live preshow for the red carpet at 6:00 p.m.ment 89th annual academy awards 8:30. we have expanded coverage at 6abc.com, we have a hind -- behind-the-scenes look for preparation for the big show and live video from the red carpet and the most talked about moments right as they happen. >> you know there will be a lot
of them. can't wait. a snowboarder is stuck in blizzard conditions all alone how he was rescued hours later. moments after a little girl survives a car crash she is shot and killed, a heartbreaking reflexion from her mother. we'll be right back. >> a look via sky6 live hd, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back.
helicopter spotted the x he made in the snow, he was lifted to safety. >> that's one thing we have not seen much of this winter. >> reporter: there's not much of it in the seven-day forecast, either. >> maybe a period of light snow friday it would be very very light at best. big story today is the colder air that will work its way in there's a beautiful shot live on sky6 live hd, penns landing we have mixed skies sun and clouds blustery and chilly. the temperatures take a look behind me here, the numbers are anywhere from 25 to 35 degrees colder than the same time yesterday, we had a high of 73. is you subtract 32, all of a sudden you have temperatures barely sitting at 40 degrees in some locations, north and west in the 30s everybody feeling the chill with the wind. windchills in the upper 20s low 30s. philadelphia 30 degrees, allentown, 30. poconos 17. trenton, 30. 38 in millville. cape may 37.
atlantic city, 36. here's the good news, especially if you don't like the cold. it's 47 in richmond this is a good shot of cold air that has pushed through. if this was january temperatures would not get off freezing, because we're getting toward february and march some angles higher, you can sigh the numbers, 47 -- you can see the numbers, 47 in richmond. this is a one-day cold shot. tomorrow in the 50s tuesday and wednesday we're in the 60s and 70s it will feel nice out there again. cloud cover across the mid atlantic a lot of that beginning to thin out. the cold front came through yesterday produced a round ever severe weather for the parts of the area i know the national weather service will be out a couple of locations across eastern pennsylvania today looking at the area to see whether a tornado touched down. willwill a -- luzerne county that
will be an area. we'll see chillier wind on the backside that will set up a colder day today. brief periods of light snow possible the jet stream will carve itself out like this again. the air behind the next cold front that slides through it's not terribly cold, but cold enough to produce a little bit of light snow. it does not look like a big deal minor accumulation north and west. the track of concern if it tracks down here it's snow. if it tracks fort to the north it end up being rain. the model is splilt as to what it's -- split as to what it's going to do. once it hits the coast they tend to intensify. this is moving so quickly i don't know if it will enough time to intensify producing an minor event. don't be surprised if you hear the word snow in the forecast by week's end. maybe just a few flakes. sun and clouds windy.
46 degrees forecasted high. wind out of the west northwest 20 miles per hour. windchills in the 30s. 33 in philadelphia. 26 across the outlying suburbs your typically cold suburbs, millville, vineland, allentown reading, 26. winds out of the west/west at 5 to 10. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 46 today we rebound nicely tomorrow, 57. tuesday, mild, 62, wednesday 70 thursday, 54, friday and saturday 42. >> play dough will be made in the u.s. for the first time in many years. manufacturing there could begin in massachusetts in 2018. has crowd sourced all
it's manufacturing. the company last year made $5 billion. fighting and love it's all in the latest production of the pennsylvania ballet, karen rogers explains in 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the play was performed 150 years ago the pennsylvania ballet has as choreographed it it is based on the poetry by lord byron. the story takes place in turk during -- turkey during the mid 19th century. it is a story about a pirate who falls in love with a woman named madora. the action-packed performance
will feature up to 9 dancer and several fight scenes using real swords. >> usually there are only two main crasser that fight with little knives i wanted to include something more dramatickic. artistic director won the emmy award for 1994 performance of the piece. he said the recreation of the original choreography will keep the audience on the edge of their seat. >> it's quicker and more intense very high level of dancing. >> reporter: it will have 8 original music selections. >> it's great for the parents and great for the whole family and great for the kids. >> reporter: pennsylvania ballet performs march 9 through the 19. go to arts in philly.org. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers.
hall camera, this is the rothman ice rink. today is the last day to glide on the ice get out there before 8:00 p.m. looks like a few people enjoying it right now. now to a heartbreaking story out of texas an 8-year-old girl was shot and killed just seconds after surviving a scary car crash. police say the girl was in the back seat of her mom's car when two other vehicles crashed into it. after the crash someone from one of the two vehicles got out and approached the car. >> i looked over, i thought she was coming to help, but when i looked over, she pulled a gun out the window and she started shooting shot her i kept staying wake up wake up, stay with me.
>> the girl later died in the hospital investigators are looking for the driver of the two other cars who ran woe after the incident. >> heartbreaking story there. we have a recall to warn you about right now half million toddlers swings made by little tykes are being recalled because they can break while a child is using them. they impact the pink swings the seats can break and cause the child to fall. 39 injuries were reported including two broken arms. parents who bought a swing between 2009 and 2014 should stop using it. vatican says it has a copyright on the pope. they have hired a global law firm to protect their intellectual rights. the pom alert of the pope francis how easy it is to copy
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neck. peco crews are looking for the cause of a carbon monoxide leak that forced the evacuation of the victorian arms apartment buildings. one person was reported feeling sick. nobody was transported to the hospital. a woman is in stable condition after getting hit with shattered glass after a man fired a gun into a strip club. the man fired a shot that hit the front door window, flying glass struck the victim. the shooter is on the loose. final check of the forecast chilly, but seasonal. >> reporter: any normal february this is nice, it's been in the 70s the last few days, so it feels chilly this afternoon. windchills in the afternoon hanging out in the mid 20 upper 30s, 4:00 p.m. 46, 47. tomorrow the windchills in the 20s, the cold air dpaps and the highs -- and the highs --
the cold air disappears and the highs are back up in the upper 50s. >> a trenton woman marked a major milestone this weekend she turned 103 years old. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. [laughter]. happy birthday to netty surrounded by family and friends as they sang happy birthday. netty was born in 1914 during woodrow wilson's administration. >> she looks great. >> 103. "fyi philly" is next. "action news" continues at 6:00 a.m. tonight. >> now for gray hall chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han, have a great weekend we'll see you back here next weekend.
>> i'm karen rogers >> and i'm erin o'hearn. tonight on fyi philly >> is it a wine closet or a wine room? >> it's oscar weekend and the winner is you. >> amazing! >> we've got fashion finds for that red carpet look! >> very in right now - very in! >> trendy styles for leading men and women. >> she's a celebrity! >> from head to toe. >> look at that! >> plus fitness tips that will make you feel like a movie star. >> you've got 12 seconds. >> and the coolest kitchens for entertaining! >> hi everyone and welcome to fyi philly! we are at the ritz east in old city. >> we've got our popcorn and a great seat here in one of the city's best theaters.
>> almost all the oscar nominees have come through this theater in the past year. >> and in a little bit we'll tell you how to win some free tickets so you can enjoy a night out here at the ritz. >> but first, it's oscar weekend and for me that means fashion. >> i love seeing what everyone's wearing on the red carpet.