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new york city police investigating reports of a vandalism at a jewish cemetary. philadelphia firefighters pull a critically injured child from a burning home. >> a you, 7:00 a.m., sky6 live hd the commodore barry bridge as the sun is coming the accuweathr forecast, chris, man, winter still here. >> reporter: ouch, he decided to show up again. some of the numbers are the warmest we've seen this morning. lancaster, feels like 14. reading, allentown, trenton, feeling like zero. 4 in millville, feels like 7 in cape may. good news if you look at satellite and radar we're clear, no clouds out there, high pressure in control. the high is sitting right here. the winds below in a clockwise fashion around the high sort of like this. what's happening because the high is situated here, watch this, as we slip it over, it's drawing that cold air in south and east of the appalachians.
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the mountain chain is sitting right here, it's forcing that cold air to bank south in the mountains, so it can't escape. it's a cold morning and this afternoon it will be somewhat chill, as well. it winds shifts out here and we'll warm up in the 50s tomorrow. you'll need to bundle up in layers as you head out. if you're heading out bring along the heavy winter coat and hat and gloves. 1:00 p.m., 37. lots of sunshine, 3:00 p.m., there's our high temperature for the day, 39 mostly sunny skies, windchills at that point are in the low 0s. keep in mind the normal is close to 50. it's way below average, but not as harsh as yesterday. >> update. 7:01 new information to tell you about the dangerous conditions outside. a h brutal cold is in the hospital recovering from hypothermia. she was found at 46th and
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market in west philadelphia. medics say she was in her 50s shivering and delirious. crews transported the victim to penn presbyterian hospital. we would like to remind you philadelphia and many communities across the region are under a code blue. if you see a homeless person call (215)232-1984. you can get that person some help. we've posted the code blue information at our website 6abc.com. a young child was critically injured after being trapped by a fire in philadelphia's west oak lane section. jeanette reyes spoke to the concerned neighbors hoping for the best. >> reporter: fire trucks and other emergency vehicles lined the 6500 block of north revere street in west oak lane after a fire broke out in a row home around 6:30 saturday evening. >> i saw them carrying two people to the hospital. >> reporter: neighborhoods and friends huddled in the of anyird
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for their friendho affected. >> she going to be cry. >> reporter: they later learned their 13-year-old friend was not among the injured, later fire officials say the child was rescued. >> we encounter heavy fire on the first and second floors. somebody made a herculean effort to get to a young child. >> reporter: the child is in critical, but stable condition. >> we were fortunate to get to this young child and hopefully in time we made a difference here. >> reporter: the investigation into what caused the fire continues at this hour, officials believe it started somewhere on the first floor of the home reporting in west oak lane, jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> police are investigating yet
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another act of vandalism at a jewish cemetary. the latest target is a graveyard in brooklyn, new york. these are pictures of the washington cemetary tweeted out by a new york state assemblyman. new yorkheadstones were knocked. this is one in week. a new york man is charged with trying to provide material support for isis. he wanted to strap on a bomb and blow himself up for jihad. he appeared in brooklyn federal court yesterday being held without bail. prosecutors say he tried twice to go to syria to join isis. investigators say when police arrested him february 2 for a minor unrelated charge he told them i'm going to leave this county and come back with an army, islam is coming. fbi said he told facebook caghts i just don't -- contacts, i just
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don't like this country meaning the u.s., that jihad is the best for you. his lawyers say he need counseling not prison. as early as executive ordrp tower wastrump pointing a finger at at trump basedbefore t the allegation on breitbart. whether there was used. critical insight into whether or not russian intelligence or russian political leaders including anotherren -- putin were including with the trump campaign at the highest levels to influence the outcome of our election. >> reporter: if there was an existence of a wiretap that would break the law, but the president has the power to declassify anything he wants. elizabeth hur abc new york. >> you may notice a more
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rigorous scening at philadelphia international airport, balls the tsa is proposing a more involved pat-down procedure. the security study found some tsa agents were able to find hidden weapons during basic pat downs, you have to pack a little more resolve and patience. >> you for for patting longer, the tsa believes it will not cause delays. hap county memorial hspeed up talks. cr in chorus what to do about starting line is being season.r. >> if you areng up,
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it is 7:11 a.m., this brisk and cold sunday morning! taking a live look sky6 live hd center city. it looks pretty this morning, but do not be fooled when you step out there it's like razor blades. >> reporter: i never thought i would say this as a forecaster it is warmer in toronto. let's go outside sky6 live hd philadelphia airport, we have clear skies, a nice looking morning, the sun is climbing. the winds relaxed, it's breezy, but not as windy as yesterday. the only issue is the cold, windchills close to zero. radar is clear, no precipitation over the next few days. 11 in pottstown, the 4th
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coldest morning of the winter season. quakertown 11. martins creek, 7 degrees. center city, 16. glassboro, down to 15. hockessin, 14. smyrna, 17. villas, 19. browns mills checking in at 14 degrees. high pressure sitting right here, the winds blow clockwise around the high, so it's forcing all the cooled air in east of the appalachians. that cold air is being forced up against the mountains and it can't escape. that's why it's so cold out there right now. as we go in wider, what's going to happen. we'll see a significant pattern change. the high is working out to sea. area of low pressure pulls north, take a look at the temperatures out here, we're already in the 50s and 60s new orleans 60 already. as that storm consults north into the great lakes -- cuts north in the great lakes it brings the warm air with it.
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we'll be back in the 50s and 60s starting tomorrow. tuesday, 65 or 66. we'll flip it over to future tracker 6. we're not tracking much of anything. it will be a mostly sunny day, high, thin clouds move in across the sky, they lower and thicken throughout the day. monday night after midnight into tuesday there's a possibility of showers. tuesday is not a bigger story wr thanasd high. northwestless wind. up.nds are s friday, partly day looks all ri. berlin got a h and seeing throut camp they send me letters and everything, they stuck with me, wanted to know how i was doing, i knew it was great to be back home. >> mcdevitt heads to north home. >> mcdevitt heads to north carolina in three and we thank r
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>> all right, we'll be right back. so while i invest in "the now" my mortgage, vacations i still invest in the future, like my children's college tuition and retirement. i can help you piece together your financial journey for today and tomorrow. if you have a ques sincerely, back everyone, 7:23 sunday morning, icy cold sunday morning. take a look at the temperatures across the region. we're actually colder than all
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the cities listed below. 16 in philadelphia. 18 in toronto. 20 in cleveland. 26 in bismarck and international falls which is widely reguarded as the icebox of the nation is 33. the jet stream looks like this, we have a cold shot here, we have another cold shot looming off in the wings across northern canada. this is mild down here. temperatures in the 50s and 60s and this is what is sliding east over the next few days. this hangs on for one more day. here comes, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, we get into the next weekend and the next cold shot slides on through. the numbers like this, 60 in new orleans, 54 in dallas. 53 in memphis. this is what we're looking forward to over the next few days. >> sports this morning, the flyers pushing toward a playoff spot in overtime in washington,
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here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: we're fighting for our lives that's on you serious flyers captain claude claude gis about the flight for the playoffs. the flyers are 3 points out of the playoff spot. they play the capitols in the playoff if they make it. stephen maze son comes up with an incredible save. take another look, what a save, he loses his helmet. but the flyers lose the game a minute later, short-handed lose. they pick up a point again, they are three out of the final wild card spot. the sixers with another injury the manyas two losses a
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own 33-0 coming int they kick off their s day. annnn
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>> bundle up it's feeling like the single digits in parts of the area. spring mountain, the high there will be 28 degrees, snow will not be melting there, but chris says it won't be as harsh as yesterday. hundreds nationwide gathered to show support for president trump, we'll go to bucks county. >> thank you for waking up with us, alicia vitarelli is here, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: it's just a few days ago we were at 74 degrees,
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now with all the winds it feels like zero. reading, allentown, trenton, feelg like zero. 4 in millville. 6 in dover, 8 in cape may. that's what i mentioned earlier it will not feel as harsh as yesterday afternoon. later today the numbers improve back in the 30s, a little bit better and with full sunshine overhead and the angle of the sun in the sky will make it feel a little bit warmer. it's cold, highs in the 30s, we should be close to 50, this is better than yesterday. it will get better still as we get into monday and tuesday, the jet stream retreats north back into canada, winds shift out of the southwest and all of a sudden the teens and 20s say goodbye and we say hello to the 50s and 60s. i'll let you know when it arrives and how long it lasts in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> can't wait to say hello to the 50s and 60s. remember you can get the storm tracker 6 live at 6abc.com/weather. a philadelphia man is in critical condition after getting stabbed several times during a family fight. the action cam was at the scene of the 4800 block of grandback street. the fight started at 1:30 a.m. during the fight, the woman pulled a knife and stabbed the 46-year-old victim several times. the man was taken to einstein medical center where he is in surgery. police arrested the woman. philadelphia firefighters knocked down warehouse fire in kensington. the flames broke out at maryland and cumberland street. when crews got there, heavy fire was pouring from the first floor. it took an hour to get the fire under control. nobody was hurt. 7:31 is the time. this morning investigators in north jersey searching for what caused a fire that killed a child and nearly destroyed a church. destructive flames started early
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yesterday morning in union city. the fire chief said winds pushed embers to a burning apartment building to another structure to the steeple of saints joseph and michael catholic church. a 2-year-old boy inside one of the apartments died. his father survive, but is recovering from severe burns. >> pennsylvania senate democrats are dealing with a cyber attack. malicious software called ransomware to blame. the site were taken over by hackers who are holding the data hostage him they are demanding a ransom of digital currency of bitcoin. they are not saying what if anything is being demanded in the case. fbi and the state attorney general are investigating. this weekend across the country rallies were held in support of president trump. in the area hundreds came out to neshaminy state park in bucks county. the people taking part in the
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spirit of america rally in langhorne say they are a diverse coalition representing the heart and soul of america. they say they just want our nation to fulfill its potential as the greatest nation on artery. >> on earth. >> he needs to know we're liendz -- behind him. >> ever since he won the election things have gotten better, the heart, optimism for sure. >> the president's first speech to congress and the lingering question, of course, russia was the. >> reporter: mary bruce with this week's highs and low. president trump started the week on a high note with a joint speech to congress, trump calling for the renewal of the american spirit and for unity. >> the time for small thinking
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is or. the time for trivialal fights is behind -- triervel fights is behind -- trivial fights is over. >> reporter: trump honored the widow of michael ryan owens. >> donald trump did become presidential tonight. >> reporter: despite the warm reception, the shadow of russia is hanging over the administration, attorney general jeff sessions face add firestorm of criticism after revealing he melt with the russian ambassador during the campaign. on thursday, sessions recused himself. >> i have recused myself in the
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matters that deal with the trump campaign. >> top democrats say sessions misled congress under oath during his confirmation hearing when he denied any contact with the russians. >> the top cop in our country lied under oath to the american people is grounds for him to resign. >> but the president is standing by sessions claiming the attorney general did not say anything wrong dismissing the controversy a total witch hunt. more politics ahead on this week, mary bruce, abc news, washington. >> later on this week, nor al franken sits down for an exclusive interview he was one of the lawmakers who questioned jeff sessions during his confirmation. today marks two years robert wilson was shot and killed during an attempted robbery. dozens of officers and police brass lined up outside the 22
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district station where the 8 year veteran worked. brightly colored balloons were released after his grandmother said a prayer. he was shot trying to stop a robbery at a game stop store. his valour saved people inside the store and led to the arrest of two suspects. the world of healthcare and insurance can be complicated for patients to navigate. even the simplist of co-pass are causing problems among consumers. >> reporter: troubleshooters are trying to clarify co-pay confusion, more and more patients are getting charged for an exam they think is free. >> go in there have your annual once a year, no could pay. >> reporter: that's -- no co-pay. >> reporter: that's standard, but she got a 50-dollar co-pay
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after an exam in january. her sister in law went to a different doctor and was billed $40 for her annual wellness exam. >> according to doctor's office. >> they were charge a co-pay for asking a question considered outside the realm of their wellness visit. this was no joke, andy took to facebook and surprised how many friends shared similar experiences with other doctors and insurance companies complaining about their children's pediatrician. >> they are going for a wellness examine and being charged. >> reporter: it adds up, the dom line is i'm paying a lot of money for my premium. >> reporter: no matter your doctor or if you have private insurance or through the affordable care act, this could happen to you. >> if you go into detail about a specific problem, that may
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move the visit to a preventive one. >> reporter: they were charged by two different clinics. they have the patient sign the form, if an abnormality is addressed you may be responsible for an additional co-payment for deductible. >> the doctor needs to be honest enough to stop you and say, you're stepping out of the realm. they say women admit they did not pay close attention tots form they signed, but they asked questions that took seconds to answer and required no further testing valuation or follow-up by their primary doctor. if you're going to start charging us in the back door, i have a problem with that. >> reporter: sharon said she'll see her doctor, but before she asks the question i'm going to ask if i'm going to be charge for it. >> don't think about coding but thing about how to provide the
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highest quality of conveyer -- care to their patients. we're talking about this on fire facebook page, we hope you'll join in. i'm nydia han channel 6 "action news." >> great information there. >> much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. the pennsylvania academy of fine arts puts the spotlight on artist views of world war i. >> this little boy and his family are giving back to the place that saved him. >> looking live over the ben franklin bridge, look at that beautiful picture. you will see how cold it is. >> or just stay and watch it on tv. >> chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a luxury car maker is
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offering a unique vehicle to small, but special drivers this is a rolls royce it belongs to the crowning patients at the hoop in england. they are allowed to drive the car from the hallways to the operating room. the hospital just received the car and it is already a big hit. the iditarod dog race officially begins tomorrow. the starting line will be in fairbanks alaska where there's enough snow for the mushers. the snow had to be trucked in for the official start. this is the second time in three
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years the 1,000-mile race had to move to fairbanks to find suitable winter conditions and more snow. >> no snow here, either. >> reporter: if you want cold come to new jersey. >> bring the pups to philly. >> reporter: that's right, let's get you outside, this is the 4th colder morning. winter season in philadelphia. actual air temperatures dropped down as low as 16 degrees in philadelphia. first thing this morning the windchill was 2 above. in some locations it's dropped below zero. icy cold this morning, it will warm up later an this afternoon. beautiful shot of cape may. it will not be a beach day, but it's not as harsh as yesterday. yesterday we had windchills in the teens from start to finish. it will not be that bad today. 39 degrees is the forecasted high. this is where we should be, close to 50, we're nowhere near that. we started out below the
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seasonal average of 31. fleetwood, 1 degrees, -- 14 degrees, these air temperatures. 12 in pottstown, 12 in quaker torn. center city, 16. glassboro, 16. agendas -- gandys beach, 15. dover, 19. this is an area of low pressure kind of rounded the bend here, this is the hudson bay rounded the bend and pulling east and pushing away from the viewing area. this is the last of the cold stuff. things warm up tomorrow and especially tuesday and wednesday. here's satellite and radar we're dry up and down the eastern seaboard. this area of low pressure here will team up with an upper level piece of energy coming out of the high plains. the two merge and become a storm system that cuts north into the great lakes. that track sends all that warm air northward, as well. the great lakes everybody getting into the 60s easily by tuesday afternoon and wednesday
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depending on cloud cover we could be sitting at 60 degrees once again. there's warmer stuff on the horizon. future tracker 6 today showing pretty much a whole lot of nothing. we're not tracking anything today, just a lot of sunshine. overnight tonight we'll go mainly clear. first thing tomorrow morning we'll start out with a sliver of sun before the high white milky cirrus clouds overspread the sky they will lower and thicken and give way to showers tuesday afternoon. that's the front right there where all the moisture is. at that point the winds are shifting out of the of the southwest and tempts are back in the 60s. as far as rainfall total maybe a tenth to a quarter inch of rain. that's about it. the rest of the seven-day forecast looks dry. forecast for today, 39 officially. wilmington, 40. cape may, 39. toms river, 40. atlantic city, 40 degrees, mostly sunny, chilly.
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windchill values 35 to 6 degrees colder than the actual number you see there. by 2:00 p.m. in philadelphia, even though the actual temperature is probably around 37 or 38 it will feel like 32. you can see how we're clieng out of the of the deep -- climbing out of the of the deep freeze. windchill values barely above zero. overnight tonight it gets a little bit better, but cold. 17 in reading and allentown. 250 in philadelphia. 18 in millville and 20 for both cape may and atlantic city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 39 today chilly out there, 352 improving improving -- 52, improving, increasing clouds. tuesday, breezy and milder, showers possible, but not a washout. wednesday, sun and clouds, mild 59. thursday and friday, low 50s, saturday is colder, 44 degrees with rain and drizzle. there's the possibility of wet snowflakes mixed in north and west of the city. >> winter still trying. >> still trying to be winter.
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>> in this morning's kid health matters, a local boy and his family are paying it forward to a place that saved his life. erin o'hern has more on his birth defect and his comforting gift. >> reporter: matt loves building legos and earned a black belt in in can martial arts. >> the nurse gave us us a strange kind of face. >> his skin was blue, within hours marks was at children's -- max was at children's hospital. the two main blood vessels from the heart were switch. blood was getting to his lungs but it wasn't being sent out to his body.
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>> they scheduled him for surgery. surgeons switched the arteries to the right locations. today max has what the family calls his super hero stripes that recall also the operation. >> one in 100 children will have a heart defect. every february around max' birthday they donate hundreds ever monkeys to the center. max gets once a year checkups and his pediatrician monitors him between the checkups, but he is growing right on schedule. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news."
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>> pennsylvania academy of fine arts is turning back the clock one one careers, karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it was 100 years ago that the united states entered world war i this is the first major exhibition the way the american artists responded to the conflict. it shows the various prospectives the artist had on the war. >> you had artist who were for the war and those opposed to the war. >> reporter: has 173 works that expand from the outbreak of the war into the aftermath of the 1930s. >> paintings, sculptures prints. >> reporter: the show features, 80 artist 12 of whom were students and a number of who served in the war as nurses and soldiers. >> like this piece, entitled
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gas by john singer sergeant. he saw a group of men who were gassed by the germans. >> reporter: parade of war looks like a celebration of soldiers from afar. >> when you get up close to it, they are walking cadavers. >> reporter: the exhibition works to show that a century later that world war i is relative. world war i an american art is on display through april 9. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. >> all right the time, 72:52 there's a new place to honor the king of rock and roll at elvis presley's graceland compound. this weekend his wife priscilla was on hand to open the entertainment complex. it showcases 20 of his favorite
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to 40 with a lot of the sunshine. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows 50s and 60s showing up tomorrow tuesday, right there friday. >> i knew they would come back. >> got to hang in there. all right, chris, thank you. we're just a few minutes from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here's a look ahead. >> reporter: hi, gray and alicia. good morning philadelphia. president trump creating a firestorm accusing his predecessor of wiretapping trump tower before the election. what the white house is saying, if true how big could the political scandal be. trump reportedly lashing out at senior staffers what happened inside that caused the president's outrage. expect changes in airport security as tsa intensifying the pat down procedures, what the agency is saying behind the procedure and how it affects you on "g.m.a." sunday.
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see you soon, understand. >> good morning weekend of course next only channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, l&i officials checking ut-oh a building that chanced. >> chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast now, for alicia vitarelli, nydia han, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall.
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