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delaware and delaware offering s to keep yourself safe in your car and at home and while details. >> reporter: district attorney, seth williams, appears before a traveling from place to place. the biggest message is be that magistrate in court this nosey neighbor. afternoon and did plead not a lot of times people don't feel guilty to 23 counts of bribery, like they are being nosey or getting many people's business, extortion charges he faces. right now we need people to be he appeared at 1:00 this nosey. >> the next presentation is afternoon seeming relaxed and tonight at 7:30 at the hockessin ready to face the judge for his arraignment. the city's top prosecutor pled fire hall. tonight. the verdict is in for a former not guilty before u.s. head of a compounding pharmacy magistrate released him on his in massachusetts. own recognizance. the executive was charged with his attorney says that he will 25 c sec fight the charges. murder for an outbreak of >> seth williams categorically meningitis for drugs made at his denies he is guilty of any crime and we ask only that this rush facility. ali gorman is live with more. >> reporter: a lot of people to judgment stop and the public were watching this case, the recognize that this case is o of fungal going to be tried in a court of law. >> williams is charged with 23 happened in 2012 and linked it counts of fraud extortion
and other bribery related to contaminated injections for back pain. crimes. the president of t now closed prosecutors accused him of accepting cash and trips new england compounding center and a luxury car for exchange disregarded regulations on with their legal trouble. and spending $20,000 intended cleanliness to improve profits. for a relative's nursing home he was found guilty of racketeering and fraud but not found responsible for the care. deaths. williams travel is restricted the case shined a spotlight on and turned in his passport and compounding prmacies and they signed a $50,000 bond. >> what means he will forfeit $ custom make medication and the government increased the the o >> and democrat remains i office as the city's top and 150 cases of a rare prosecutor as the city moves blood cancer linked to breast and said don't rush to judgment. >> the indictment is 24 hours text toured implants but doesn't old and too many politicians and matter if they are silicone or commentators and politicians saline. the world health organization tried and convicted seth connected the lymphoma to williams in the media. implants several years ago and just beca the government until now the fda s makes explosive alligations in a were too few cases to make a complaint doesn't mean they will prove it in the court of law. connection.
a team at ucla used a new >> as of today no trial date is set. surgical technique to cure a boy i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 of epilepsy he had caused him to "action news." >> thank you. now, to new developments in have uncontrollable laughing today's deadly attack in the heart of london. tonight officials say that four fits. people are dead including the >> justin cho seemed like a attacker and nearly two dozen others were hurt. it happened outside of britain's happy child and then having a parliament building in the middle of the tourist district and police are considering the classic epilepsy episode. incident an act of terror. aenign mass deep in the scott mclean has the story tonight. explain triggers them and it's a >> the mps responded to the incident at parliament square brain surgery and long recoffee and a coordinatorlarea terroris. but instead they destoried the mass with a 2 millimeter the city of power game the scene incision and fiber guided with of chaos today after an incident gps like mapping. the police are treating as terrorism. >> we heard a bg and saw three >> we cook it with geo people in the road. thermaling. >> witnesses describe a car that cures the epilepsy. >> justin's father says his barrelling down the westminster calls the miracle s y laughing e bridge hitting pedestrians. >> hit a lady and her body back to his favorite activity,
literally -- ten bodies. soccer. >> unlike other forms of >> the car crashed into the gates of parliament packed with lawmakers and quickly put on epilepsy, this is rarely lock down after a police officer was stabbed outside. responds to medication and >> i saw a man force his way through a security gate. usually requires surgery. >> happy ending thank you. he went straight for police still to come the new officer, wrestled him to the ice-cream flavor from one ground and then another police pennsylvania company bringing officer approached and the harry potter to life. attacker got up and walked and the major hiring spree that starbucks promising towards him with his arm out stretched carrying a weapon. worldwide in the next five >> the attacker was shot by years. ♪ police. who believe that the suspect acted alone. >> we currently believe there was only one attacker, i'm sure the public will understand us taking every precaution in us locking down and searching the area as thoroughly as possible. >> 20 are injured and four are dead according to police. part of london's underground was closed and police closed off a large section of central london.
scott mcclain, channel 6 "action news." >> and new york stepped up leave it to the pros? security for sensitive locations i am a pro. related to the uk including the i made this lawn from seed pride, and less water than you'd think. london consulate and the united nations mission. >> this comes one year to the to those who'd say the grass is greener on the other side.. day in nearby belgium in march i politely disagree. of 2016 two people were killed after isis launched an assault pennington smart seed. guaranteed to grow with 30% less water. on the belgium public transport system. a moment of silence was held at reclaim your turf. brussels airport and at is the metro station a memorial was unveiled to remember those that lost their lives there. >> "action news" will have continuing coverage of the situation in london as it unfolds, we'll bring you updates on air and at 6abc.com. and david muir will have a full wrap up of that attack after in other news tonight. president trump's former campaign chairman is denying
connection between him and russian officials. according to the associated press paul manafort was secretly on the payroll of a russian billionaire tasked with advancing the interests of vladimir putin they call is an attack and unfair innuendo. we'll have more on the report at 5:30. >> and the republicans new health care plan could face a crucial vote on capitol hill in less than 24 hours, president trump says he is confident that the bill will pass but it seems enough republicans will be on the fence for the bill to fail tomorrow's vote. >> i have reservations as i said. >> don't think this legislation is consistent with what the american people sent us here to accomplish. >> and republicans have made changes to the act intending to woo members. including help for older americans trying to buy insurance.
>> police in camden county are investigating the death of two infants found dead by their own mother, the mom called for 8:00 this morning, the sources say that the infants. 7-month-old twins were found dead in the apartments in lyndonwald. that she found them purple and stocks closed mixed on wall not breathing and could not street today ahead of tomorrow's revive them with cpr. crucial health care vote. >> police are trying to figure it sent the dow and nasdaq out how a 24-year-old man ended up shot and killed in burlington county. it happened at 9:00 last night on the 100 block of kensy road tumbling. today less movement. the dow down 6 points and the in pemberton. s&p down 4. and starbucks plans to hire nora muchanic is live with the story. >> reporter: police are working this case hard trying to figure 240,000 more people worldwide by out what led to the shooting, reads of the sunberry village the year 2021. 68,000 of those jobs will be created in the united states. the bulk of the broth will be section says it could be a retaliation killing. >> i heard maybe six shots and abroad and open 12,000 more
then about 15 minutes later i saw the road full of flashing stores over the next five years. lighted. >> it was around 9:00 p.m. >> 76ers affiliate the 87ers are tuesday night police were called to the 100 block of kensy road teaming up the basketball team's new tv deal adds their games to in pemberton and they found the district's channel and the games will be broadcast tuesdays shaquille williams in a car shot several times. and thursdays at 8:00 p.m. and >> it's an active investigation and a lot of people it talk to saturdays at 1:00 p.m. whether it be reads if the a pennsylvania ice-cream maker neighborhood or any friends or is bringing the magic of harry relative. potter to life. police are searching for a suspect and motive and neighbors they have launched their newest flavor, butter beer, the drink have their suspicions. >> about to get back or made famous by the books, it's a something like that. combination of butter scotch and >> that is what you are hearing? >> you ever taste that? a revenge shooting. >> retaliation for something frozen butter beer, hmm. that happened six months ago. >> it's not a safe neighborhood. gets me tipsy though. you know there is drugs and guns coming up a check of the and you know you'll have your forecast for you. >> and looking at the ben house broken into. franklin bridge a glorious site >> i got drug outside with no but chilly. go to protect your vehicle? shoes or socks or clothes or nothing.
>> lou was asleep when police raided this house looking for a possible suspect. they threw diversionary devices at the home sparking an attic fire that caused damage. manny says the police tossed his house unnecessarily and it's now unliveable. >> they were basically looking for someone but the person was not here, they could have come in and looked if they wanted to. they didn't have to do this to my house. >> they were photo graphing and examining a car parked in front of bell's home. >> and authorities are asking anyone with information to contact local police or the burlington prosecutors office. live in pemberton. i'm nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> time for the "action news" traffic report. matt pellman is in the traffic center how are you midweek matt? >> well but chilly today.
we'll take every bit of sunshine we can get but think as the hours past and the sun gets to the perfect angle and smacks you in the face, we'll see sun delays. and slow on the southbound side of 95 from past the airport through this point at ridley park on down to the commodore bay ews is the crash that lane is there no ll an event going on at ash is i'm on it. center city at this hour. walnut street blocked off until 8:00 and broad. ♪ stay on lot board to get around that. and watching a crash in swanking ♪ villa long swamp pike. ridge is a better bet. and pottstown gable after few ♪ and height street near the clark weathertech. made right, in america industrial supply. and willow grove by the first presbyterian church look for a wreck atroad. >> thank you matt. n "act tonight.
a music star claims he was racially profiled by police in an up scaled los angeles neighborhood. what police said led up to the incident and why they are not >> and amir -- empirical surgery -- the . >> plenty of sunshine today and windy and cold, i'll let you know when the winds diminish. and warmer air finally moves in i'll have the details in the we. when "action news" returns. sm time for the chilly forecast (announcer vo) when you have type 2 diabetes cecily. there's a moment of truth. >> it's cold today but things are looking up. and now with victoza® a better moment of proof. sky 6 hd taking a look at the center city skyline from temple victoza® lowers my a1c and blood sugar university camera and not a cloud in the sky and the sun is better than the leading branded pill, which didn't get me to my goal. setting at 7:15 and when it sets
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bright sunshine and light winds, feeling better than today. 46 degrees and friday morning showers and late afternoon sunshine and 55 and look at this on saturday. break out the shorts, 74 degrees and a 50/50 weekend on sunday and cooler and drizzle and light rain and 53 and monday a damp start and lingering rain and 53 and tuesday and wednesday is dallas green the team's former manager has died. unsettled. lets have a barbecue on he was the first philadelphia saturday. >> it's going to be beautiful phillies manag to win a world thank you. more "action news" when we come right back. serieses in 1980. they lost a great man and wonderful friend he was 82 years old and we'll have more on this loss coming up and on 6abc.com. music star wyclef jen says he was racial profiled after hey, neighbor. being detained by police in l.a. well, if it isn't the second most famous groundhog in pennsylvania. he said that l.a. county wow, you were some athlete. deputies cuffed him saying he fit the trips description of an back in the day, g. well, you can still go for gold... suspect. ahh, million dollar gold rush,
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hello again here is what is happening on "action news" tonight. a suspect armed with a knife and a plan strikes at the heart of london's tourist and government hub today killing several people and injuring more than a dozen. what witnesses saw -- >> and new questions tonight about president trump's former chief strategist and campaign manager and his ties to russia did they go? and breaking news a sad day for phillies fans, the first manager for the phillies has died.
and we are continuing to follow the latest developments from london tonight. british intelligence officials are investigating today's attack on westminst outside of parliament as a terrorist incident. as it stands now four people are dead including the suspect and 20 people were injured. so far scotland yard says they believe ownson was responsible.k happened shortly before 11:00 a.m. eastern time. the suspect drove the car over killed a number of people. the witness near par talked about what he saw. >> i was walking around, amidst a crowd of people and suddenly i had this enormous crush and bang and looked to the other pave many and saw this 4 by 4 vehicle that clearly crashed into the railings that separated the railing from the houses
parliament itself with the bonnet damaged and from it. and the next thing i saw was the guy i assume to be the driver of the vehicle and get out and race away. >> seconds later that driver who was reportedly armed with a knife tried to enter parliament and attacked a police officer. that officer was stabbed severa several timesnd died. >> we have lost one of our own. in an action to protect his colleagues, this is a day we planned for and hoped would never happen and sadly it's a reality. >> scotland yard says they are at the beginning stages of their investigation and so far there are no claims of responsible for today's attack. >> with the chaos unfolding outside members of parliament were forced into lock down and shared their experience on social media. barry sherman tweetd this photo,
still locked in chamber, house of commons, you see everyone milling around. >> and they retweeted how they were keeping intruders out. not sure a s through the door handle will keep intruders out for long. and thanks for all that texts to ask, i and my staff are safe and currently in lock down thank you to police and security for prompt response. >> it's quarter past 4:00 and we are still locked in the chamber and division office. i'm sitngnow. and i want to say all of our thoughts are with the people injured in this attack outside of parliament on westminster bridge. >> politician jim mcmahon postd this on his twitter account when word came that parliament was businessman tim kaplan postd this picture of a large group of people being escorted out of
parliament. >> and it's one of london's most famous tourist spots, the ferris wheel with pods was locked down with passengers on board while police and paramedics tended to the wounded on westminster bridge and parliament. "action news" will have more on thituation unfolds, 'll bring y nd david muir has the full wrap up of the investigation after "action news" at 6:00. in other news now, from washington, president trump's former campaign chairman is responding to new information about his alleged ties to russia. long time gop operative paul manafort reportedly worked for a russian billionaire and kenneth moton is live in washington with the full story. >> reporter: good evening. white house spokesman sean spicer raised eyebrows when he said that manafort had a limited
role in the campaign and today he says that this report has nothing to do with the president. >> the man once in charge of the campaign paul manafort. the associated press out with the report in 2005 a decade before manafort worked for candidate trump was secretly on the payroll of a russian billionaire and to move forward the interests of vladimir putin. in exchange for millions of dollars. >> are there any types between mr. trump, you and your campaign and you putin and his regime. >> it's absurd and no basis for it. >> and now he says that work with the russian does not involve political -- >> paul manafort -- ught up sev
times after the fbi confirmed the investigation into the trump campaign in russia. >> is paul manafort a subject in your investigation. >> i won't comment on that. manafort a veteran gop operative part of the trump campaign forbe five months, land the the republican national convention for trump. >> to suggest that the president knew who his klein clients were from a dead aid ago is insaid. he had a job to do and did it. >> the dealings with the pro russian party and trump was down in the polls. channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. t was day three o nomination hearing for president trump's supreme court pick, neil gorsuch. today they pressed him on a supreme court ruling today that overruled a standard gorsuch
laid out in 2008 the opinion said that a colorado school did not have to pay a private school to pay for an autistic boy and he was making progress and that was good enough under the law. >> why in your early decision did you want to lower the bar so low to merely more than dim inmus for standard education to meet the law. >> if anyone is suggesting that i like a result where an autistic child happens to lose it's a heart breaking accusation to me. you the fact iwas bound by precedent and so was the panel of my cart and that he was wrong and sorry and bound by circuit precedent. a fire chased people from a west philadelphia home and the blaze was reported on the second floor of the house next to a deli and that call came in at 1:00 this morning and the cause
is still being determined. meantime, a chemical odor landed five students and two teachers in the hospital and the smell from a potpourri machine sickened students. the school was evacuated and the firefighters were treated and the injured were treated at the hospital. work will begin this week to fix the head stones darthed by vandals in the wissinoming section of philadelphia. dozens of toppled and damaged head stones were discovered on february 25 and, they will repair the stones and install additional lighting. no arrests were made in the search for the suspects. time to get a look at the of traffic scene midweek. we go to matt pellman in the traffic center. >> there is plenty slow down, looking more than slow here on the vine street expressway
ricking monica, jammed solid in both directions and just volume, we see this many afternoons, the good news on the vine is no overnight construction closures scheduled this week and we have that going for us. not far off in center city walnut and broad is blocked and stay on lombard and expect congestion from delco to past the commodore barry bridge but the crash there is long gone. speeds like 21 miles per hour on the southbound side of the blue route near broomall this is the southbound scene and we are watching the mid county tolls very carefully all week after they closed the easy pass expression lane and the northbound delays don't look too bad that is what we like to see near landsdale. and a crash to watch out for along north wales road at motor car makeovers, we'll need one of
them in the cars in that crash and a car in maple glen along the key bank. >> a crash in mount laurel, burlington county, 95 by th southbound side a new accident involving this tractor trailer and another vehicle is taking out the right lane, expect gridlock as you come down from 38 to this point from 73 and 295. back over to you. >> thank you. still ahead on "action news" tonight. one minute a delaware man and his small dog were driving down the road and the next a giant tree was practically sitting in the backseat. hear how it all unfolded. and the first phillies manager to win a world series has passed away. more on the death of dallas green. and we are looking live at eastern pennsylvania in the lehigh valley and we have the winter chill and we'll talk about the big recovery in the accuweather forecast. all right adam, that and more
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nowhere and smashd this car. police were called to the scene roads in claymont at 11:00 this morning. the back of the vehicle was th tree and brian tells "action news" he was stopped at a red light when it happened. >> all of a sudden cra boom. and i looked around and thought it was on the roof and looke around and the windshield was caved in and the back window was caved if and glass all over the place. >> and of course the situation is under investigation he was actually stopped at a red light at the time when it happened he says. lucky guy. jaime apody is here with sports and the sad passing of former phillies manager, dallas green. >> he dedicated 46 years of his life to baseball. and a sad day for the phillies and sad day for fans.
dallas green has died. they confirm that green pass add way at the age of 82 we don't know any other details. green known for his imposing press enand the players hated wait he barked at them but it worked in 1980 and went on to manage elsewhere and eventually returned to the phillies in the front office where he is a press enwith the team and spring for lived through personal tragedy when his 9-year-old granddaughter was tragically the youngest victim of the tucson shooting in 2011. and phillies released this statement. we mourn the passing of dallas green and our thoughts are prayers are with his family. he was 82 years old. after the conclusion of the grapefruit game between the
phillies and yankees. vince val he is kez on the mound and he allowed four runs in 52/3. and what appeared more promise a couple of days ago turned bleak. the flyers are fading fast in their quest for a final playoff spot. it's tough to be a flyer fan and they are 7 points out with 10 games to go and three games to leap frog in front of them. steve mason called his own team out saying they did not play with desperation. >> we had effort. like i said i look at the second period. those eight minutes of penalties we spent killing penalties there. we had the opportunity to push back in the third period and
like i said, we weren't able to do that. >> the sixers five game road trip continues and they face the thunder in oklahoma tonight. jahlil okafor is questionable. he sat out half the the celtics and without him the sixers were down to just nine healthy players. >> he looked okay but doesn't take him out of the questionable category and, you know, we'll be able to share what is going on later tonight before the game. get him a good workout and give everybody information after that. >> we await that news and the big story. dallas green passed away and phillies fans are sharing memories of green on my facebook page. a $100,000 young adult program is part of a partnership with project home and the philadelphia foundation, the
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well, there was adorable furry figures at the president's house today. the paws event gave doctors and nurses and others opportunities to interact with dogs and kittens at the morristown rescue in south philadelphia. the event relieves anxiety some medical staff may be feeling but helps to find the pets a forever home. >> sweet little faces. >> time for a check of the accuweather forecast. >> a little bit a chill now it lingers into tomorrow and warms up for the weekend and rain as well. lots of changes for the seven-day forecast. as we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan a lot of sun today and blue upstairs and hardly a cloud in the sky. and that is the way it will stay tonight and throughout your
thursday. the action cam in center city earlier today. they can see a bicycle just waiting for the rider to jump back on and hit the city streets. it's hard to get on the bicycle with strong winds funneling through center city. in the forefront there, dirty ice and snow slowly melting around the region. wind gusts right now philadelphia clocking in at 29 miles per hour and 36 for the atlantic city airport and 22 for trenton and allentown and mid-30s for wind gusts in the poconos. that is pulling the windchills below freezing across most of the area. millville and atlantic city airport around 29 degrees and 22 in allentown and trenton and up in the poconos your windchill is just 4 degrees above zero. we have this direct shot of cold air arctic air for this time of year, so to speak. that moved in from canada and a
measure of the moisture in the air is in the single digits and in the summer it goes into the 70s. when it feels oppressive out there. so really dry air and clear sky and the winds diminish down to 6 to 12 miles per hour. despite the bitterly cold, we won' tac windchills tomorrow morning. for your march 23rd tomorrow, a few high afternoon and sun and light winds in control and pop it to 46 degrees during the middle to latter part of the afternoon hours tomorrow. that is technically still close to 9 or so degrees below normal and it feel a lot warmer than those windchills below freezing today. two areas of high pressure in control for tomorrow. again supplying a lot of that sunshine. and they merge and go off the coast here on friday and the winds start to turn out of the south-southwestly direction and there will be a warm front coming in during the morning
hours, to around the lunch time hour. and especially the northwestern suburbs in the lehigh valley and the poconos and a little bit of freezing rain north of the lehigh tunnel and saturday waiting in the wings for the first part of the weekend. theccuweather seven-day forecast. 40s are back tomorrow with light winds, 50s on friday, and again lots of cloud part of the day, an early sth and west and late sun returd ske 70s on saturday, quite a bit of high to midlevel clouds oay wit everything collapses on sunday with easterly wind and light rain dev in the day and going into monday morning to howers on tuesday ande here onet part of the seven-day forecast.
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parliament. four people dead including the suspect and the witness describes the frightening scene coming up and district attorney, seth williams goes in fronts of a judge on bribery and extortion charges. and the death of twin girls in their camden county home the vestigation continues. for adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and the entire "action news" team i'm monica malpass have a nice night.
alleged sex abuse on two children and former phillies manager dallas green has died. but the big story on "action news" tonight is a deadly attack outside of the parliament building in london. officials there say they are treating it as a terrorist attack. it was a kay ott can scene after the driver of a gray suv started to mow people down on the historic westminster bridge and kept going until he crashed inside of the gate of the parliament complex. that is when he got out and repeatedly stabbed a policeman with a big knife. that police officer died as did two pedestrians on the bridge. the attacker was shot and killed by police within the perimeter of parliament. >> we were driving and saw the car crash -- and then there was a lady lying down. i think she got hit by the car. and driving around andt peopl