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sunday, march 26. in the news, police are looking for several gunman following a deadly shooting inside a cincinnati nightclub overnight. >> rallies for and against president trump are held in philadelphia and across the nation. >> plus, no rest for these students, teens at a local school dance and play basketball
and more all for a good cause all night long. >> first, what a difference a day makes, we're going from spring right back to winter this morning. >> let's take you live outside, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse there over the city, as we wake up, you'll notice a 2025-degree change from yesterday's warm temperatures. let's get you outside to chris sowers who is tracking the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: you know, yesterday, remember gray, standing out here, i didn't have anything on a bulletin down dress shirt. it was nice and mild. today it feels like winter. baseball season starts in a week, it does not feel like baseball season. temperatures in the 40s and windchills in the 30s. take a look at the numbers from yesterday. atlantic city, 81 degrees that's the warmest temperature we've had around here since october 21 of last year, it's been quite sometime since the numbers have
gotten this warm. 80 in millville. philadelphia, 77. that's the warmest temperature so far. lancaster, 76 degrees, 38 in quaker torn. windchills are 6 degrees colder than the numbers you see there. tanersville, 38, vineland,6. we'll have patchy drizzle from time to time and maybe the occasional shower. bring along an umbrella in case you have outdoor plans, because there could be a hit or miss shower throughout the day. otherwise it's raw, 49 degrees. if you don't like the chilly weather we have a warm up on the way starting tomorrow. we have rain in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i'll have the details in ten minutes. >> remember you can get the
storm tracker 6 live at 6abc.com/weather. 7:02 a.m., we want to update you on breaking news we're following all morning. here's what we know at this hour, two people opened fire inside a nightclub in cincinnati, ohio. we learned one person has died. police say there were hundreds of people inside the club at the time of the shooting. we know that more than a dozen others were injured in this. at least three people were taken to the hospital, they were listed in critical condition. right now the search continues for those gunman who opened fire this nightclub is called cameo nightclub in ohio, police do not have a motive so far for the shooting, but of course we'll continue to follow the breaking situation all morning and bring you new information as it becomes available on air and, of course, on our website 6abc.com. rallies were held across the nation and right in philadelphia this weekend in support and against president
donald trump. >> the dueling rallies were billed as make america great again. in many places, scuffle also have broken out. >> bob brooks was at the rally in center city yesterday. >> reporter: the day started out as a pro trump rally on independence mall. >> i just wanted to put forth my support for our country and veterans and president. >> reporter: the crowd heard from numerous speakers. ♪ and participated in patriotic songs. a mostly masked protest group marched around the mall, burning things and igniting flares. according to the organizer of the trump rally said the plan was to march from the mall to the art museum steps. he said he was asked to cancel
the march he oblige. >> we were asked to leave because of violence. they are concerned about men women and children. i can understand that. saturday the protest group marched instead. many times they blocked our cameras. once they reached logan square chaos erupted. some members of the trump rally decided to march, some masked as well. the protester caught wind, the two groups were set to clash. but never were able to, philadelphia police department was the star today, as two groups that couldn't have more differing owe opinions on politics took to the streets. both groups marched keeping things in horde was not easy and -- keeping thinks in order was not easy, and many times seemed like it was at the breaking point.
nothing got violent thanks to our men and women in blue. the only thing that would were two citations that were handed out by the police department. what an incredible job by the police department keeping things in order. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> president donald trump weighed in on the rallies without addressing the conflicts, he tweeted thanks for all of you and at the trump rally today, amazing support we'll make america great again. new allegations this morning against the trump's administration form are national security advisor, michael flynn is accused of talking to turkish officials about going around the extradition process to he remove a turkish cleric who lives in pennsylvania. turkish president has accused the cleric of directing a faile.
president trump tweeted that the affordable care act will implode and a new plan will emerge one day after the house republicans failed to garner enough votes to pass the healthcare plan. vice president mike pence was in west virginia yesterday re reassuring small business owners. the republicans have not said what their next move will be, but the administration said they are moving on to tax reform. a man is in critical condition after an suv jumped a curb and hit him after he left a
restaurant this morning. this happened on contractors way in bear, delaware. the man was leaving the restaurant and the vehicle hit him trapping him underneath. he was rushed to christiana hospital in critical condition. not clear what caused the driver to lose control, but no arrests were made. new jersey chris christie is calling on the federal government to have cuba return a woman convicted of killing a state trooper. joe and chessimar is the most wanted state fugitive wanted in the death of trooper warner forrester killed in a traffic stop on the new jersey turnpike in 1973. chessimar was sentenced to a life in pressen, but escaped to cuba in 1979 where castro granted her asylum. dozens of wilmington teens stayed up all night for a good
cause. this all night dance-a-thon supporting b positive a charity that supports pediatric cancer. >> the teens enjoyed some live music and they got in a few games of hoops. >> looks like fun, all for a good cause, right? >> companies are offering eye exams online, they will complain how they work. part of the empire state building went dark this weekend, why the lights were dim. >> getting into shape has never about this fun. details on where goats are helping with the downward dog. >> reporter: looks like fun, you know i always wanted a goat as a kid. take a look at the headlines this morning, it's going to stay unsettled through tuesday, you see any kind of sunshine over
>> so glad you stayed with us, 7:12 a.m., thousands of mourners packed a church in the bronx to honor a emergency medic who was killed in the line of duty, she was responding to a call when she was flagged down by a robbery. when she got out of the ambulance, the man jumped into the driver seat and ran her over and killed her. he was charged with first degree murder. scientists say a 1.3 earthquake rattled the morris plains area before 2:00 p.m. part of the empire state
building went dark for earth day. other famous landmarks across the globe took part, the power bridge and eiffel tower. >> we'll help you plan your weekend with meteorologist chris sowers with with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we loved you yesterday, today we don't know. >> reporter: not bad, man, it's in the 40s. a far cry from yesterday, sure. the action cam is live in center city, 22nd and the run. the love marathon. how do you say that? the love't have that barry white voice like gray runs temperatures nice and cool, cl cover, running-wise this is perfect stuff for folks out there. it's chilly for everybody's,
especially c of 77 degrees. switching over to the radars, we don't have any precipitation on the radar. the radars will stay dry, we nks and isolated showers that could develop this afternoon. most of the morning will be dry. summer-like, yesterday, high of 77. that was the warmest day since october 21. ve the seasonal average. atlantic city hit 81 breaking record. 80, we're 40 degrees cooler with the northeasterly breeze. it's 30 in the poconos yesterday at this time, you're at 51 degrees, philadelphia, 43. dover, 45. cape mfactoring in the winds ala sudden it feels like the 30s, 32 yikes in allentown. 39 in reading. 37 in millville. with the winds feels like 34 in trenton. the back-door cold front we were talking about yesterday, it was
up here yesterday, now it's down here across the delmarva stretching through washington, d.c. and pittsburgh. we'll see a northerly breeze behind it. it pushes north as the form of a warm front approaches the winds shift out t it's a warmer day. the numbers will go back and forth all over the forecast you will see that in a moment here. storm number one, and storm number two and storm number 3 is getting ready to move onshore. they are moving toward the great lake states each one will bring chance of showers to the delaware and the lehigh valleys. it is not until wednesday we clear this out of here. future tracker 6 showing low-level clouds, patchy fog and drizzle from time to time. there could scattered showers, same thing overnight tonight, maybe a few showers around. tomorrow morning that's when the steady rain arrives.
that will continue through the late morning hours, by afternoon it's cloudy and peeks of sun and perhaps a stray shower later tuesday it's the same thing there might be a thunderstorm involved, as well. it stays next few days. breezy9 degrees, showers, windchills 6 or 7 degrees cooler than that. 9:00 a.m., 42. 3:00 p.m., 48. same number by 5:00 p.m. overnight damp, rain, showers, drizzle, 42 degrees outlying suburbs, 46 for centerseven-day forecast, a, warming up nicely tomorrow, 49 degrees today, 20 degrees warmer tomorrow, as the warm front lifts through, morning rain followed by afternoon clouds and patchy drizzle. tuesday, cloudy and warm, high a thunderstorm developing late in the day, wednesday clouds and sun, high of 65.
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selling it. you can get an eye exam online, it's similar to those you take at the doctor's office. you look at the computer screen and indicate what you can and cannot see by responding to questions on your smart phone. the company sends a result to the eye doctor who sends you a prescription if needed. the american academy of ophthalmology recommends it for some people 18 to 39 who no eye decease. how overnight do you -- how often do you check your cell phone for e-mails? a survey found 90% say they are so attached to their devices they are constantly checking e-mails, texts and social media.
experts say this information overload and notifications can impair our ability to concentrate. one if say it is very stressful. doing the downward dog, a farm in detroit is offering yoga classes with your favorites, goats. it started out with one class, now there are 6. the classes are all sold out. there are 20 people in each class, 8 goats, they enjoy the classes even if they make getting into the poses difficult. we'll be right back.
everyone, 7:23 sunday morning, forecast for today looks different than yesterday. temperature-wise lots of clouds. we have limited sun yesterday and no sun at all today. the numbers are cooler. jersey shore, 50 degrees, chilly sea breeze kicking in. in the poconos, 42 degrees, very chilly today misting and drizzle and showers from time to time. warm front approaching, yesterday the front came through in the form of a cold front that's why the numbers are cooler. now the front is hanging out like this right here. it is being, i guess it is just sitting there right now. it is waiting for another frontal system right here to pick it up and push it forward. it will do so overnight tonight and through the day tomorrow. it will return in the form of a warm front and all of a sudden the temperatures get really warm again, once the front crosses us and moves into upstate new york. look at the arrows out of the
northeast, that's a chilly wind flow, because ocean temperatures are in the 40s. highs are in the 40s, tomorrow the front moves through and the winds come out of the south and we're in the 60s once again. >> 7:25 turning to sports not looking for the flyers if he had hope to play to the post season. history was made in the elite 8 as more brackets were busted. here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: the flyers shot of making the playoff is less than one percent, after former flier sergeyy came back to haunt them. he stone walls jake borachek and remains scoreless in the second.
what happened here? take another look, alexander wenberg deflects it. brovosky shut it down. they fall with 8 games to go. thanks a lot bob. >> they got lucky, couple of times he didn't know where the puck was we didn't find the way to get the rebound. he is the best goalie in the league, we put a lot of shots on the net, nobody cares we lost the game. that's the bottom line. >> reporter: nobody cares, they lost the game. flyers in pittsburgh later today. villanova the only one seed not in the elite 8 this weekend, for anyone having nova or kansas winning it all, tear up are the
brackets. tyler dorcey beats the clock and bangs a 3, 27 for dorcey. oregon is going to the final four for the first time in 80 years. they will face north carolina or kentucky.gonzagas against xavie. he bounces it off the floor goes into his own bucket. xavier at the buzzer, it goes in and called off not in time. it slips further away, they punch their ticket. 83-59 they are going for the final four for the first time in school history. they will play south carolina sk for florida. move over vince vaughn we have a wedding crasher.
brandon brooks crashes the wedding of an eagles fan last night. brooks was invited to the wedding by a fan who he doesn't know nor never met. he showed up at the ceremony in ohio yesterday to see the couple say i do. the eagles fan jeff lane admired brooks and wrote him a letter asking him to come, why not, free food free drinks at a great time. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day.
>> a pleasant good morning to you, it may be a good day to stay in because the clouds have taken over the clear skies. five dogs from thailand are in our area ready for a new home. philadelphia pays their respect for a philadelphia native who made her mark on the music world. >> let's go outside to chris sowers. >> reporter: i left the gloves inside, the daffodils don't like the cold weather. yesterday felt like spring, some locations topped out in the 80s. right now we have windchills in the 30s. 45 degrees thursday, actually it
was colder wednesday with an afternoon high of 42. friday's high, 58. yesterday, 77. atlantic city got up to 81 yesterday. millville hit 80. again we're seeing the 80s being replaced with mid 30s for windchills. 36 with the wind in philadelphia. 39 in millville. atlantic city at the airport, windchill of 35. feels like 20 in the poconos. thanks to a cold front a back door cold front that swept through from the northeast yesterday now it is situated over the washington, d.c. area. it will return northward later this evening, into the overnight in the form of a warm front. if you look toward the left-hand side of the screen, the front is hanging out to the south, it's waiting for that band of moisture to pick it up and lift it to the north. again it will do so overnight tonight and bring wet weather with it, it will bring the return of milder temperatures. today is a chilly one, tomorrow looks okay. 46 degrees by 3:00 p.m. we're forecasting a high only 49
under cloudy skies, and occasional shower later on. when i come back we'll talk about the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray. >> this morning an abandoned dog in north philadelphia has a second chance at life. it was left abandoned trapped inside a crate in an abandoned home for two weeks. the dog did not have any food or water, one man made it his mission to save the animal. jeff chirico has the heart-warming story. >> it's not fair, that's all. i don't wish it on no one, let alone the dog. ramon gets emotional talking about what he found inside a home abandoned by addicts in his north philadelphia neighborhood. >> here boy. [whistling]. >> reporter: he recorded as he saw a pitbull locked in a cage
no food or water, living in his own waste, he said for two weeks. >> i'm here to help, oh, boy. i opened the cage, he didn't do nothing, he just liquid me. >> reporter: rodriguez said -- he just licked me. rodriguez was tipped off by the dog friday night. >> i rescued that right there, that's called bingo. >> reporter: he is a pig? >> he is a pig. >> reporter: as for the dog he named diesel he seems to be healthy and friendly. rodriguez is hoping to find him a home. >> friendly with kids. i kind of have an idea what it is to be in a cage that's why it is my mission to get him out of the cage. it's not a good feeling to be locked up, man. he had no choice. >> reporter: the pennsylvania
spca took custody of the dog late last night. they plan to evaluate him and put him up for adoption. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> there's another story of a successful rescue, a number of dogs were flown about nine thousand miles from asia and welcomed by a group in delaware county. the providence animal shelter rescued the dogs from thailand. they are lived on the streets. rescue dogs thailand reached out to the dogs in media hoping to give them a better life. >> these dogs came from a shelter down there, they had no way out. because we're a live saving organization opening our doors to helping those in most of need we're able to do that. >> the shelter said the dogs will be put up for adoption starting monday morning. >> from our new jersey newsroom, firefighters believe a
propane tank from a grill damaged three townhomes in medford yesterday. three townhomes damaged in the two-alarm fire. fire investigators say use caution before you fire up the grills as the weather gets warmer. >> just be careful with the propane gas grills. we don't know that's for sure what it is, that's where we're looking right now in the area of the back deck. >> there were no reports of any injuries, three families were forced out of their homes because of this fire. dueling rallies across the country took place combining trump supporters with did he trackers. those in support of the president was make america great in philadelphia. many places counter protests and scuffles broke out. marchers were encountered by mostly masked protest group who at times ignited flares.
police asked the protesters to cancel the march. >> we were asked by the chief of police to leave because of the fact of the violence. they are worried and concerned about men, women and children. i can understand that. >> the group instead headed down market street to logan circle. many say it's a clash of how divided our nation has become. trump just experienced the first major set back of his administration with the failure of the republican healthcare bill. here's david wright. >> reporter: a tumultuous week for president trump administration. this may have been been his toughest week yesterday. it began with james comey testifying on russian interference in the 2016 election. comey dropped a bombshell.
>> the fbi as part of our counterintellegence mission is investigating the russian government's efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. that includes investigating the nature of any lik any link between individuals associated with the trump campaign and the russian government. >> reporter: he rejected that president obama bugged trump tower. the administration had a strong showing by the supreme court nominee, neil gorsuch. the white house scrambledded to sal advantage the -- scrambled to salvage the healthcare bill. behind the scenes he pulled out all the stops to win over the hold-outs. despite hours of negotiations,
speaker ryan pulled the plug saying he didn't have the votes. >> i'm disappointed, because we could have had it. i'm a little surprised. >> he blames democrats for the failure, he said he plans to let obama care explode and turn his attention to tax reform, that like the healthcare fight may be another rough ride. the last time the government managed to enact tax reform was 30 years ago, 1986. much more politics ahead on this week with george stephanopoulos i'm david wright abc news washington. >> that's right, you can see this week with george stephanopoulos at 10:30 a.m. which you can -- george will have republican north carolina corningman mark meadows on the show today. 7:38 police in allentown arrested a man for a fatal
shooting outside a nightclub this morning. joshua coen was charged with murder. police responded to the sound of gunshots. when they got there they witnessed him shooting at people. one officer returned fire. he got into a vehicle and left the scene. he was later captured. three people were rushed to the hospital. a 28-year-old man did not survive. friends family and fans gathered to pay their final respects to joni sledge. ♪ funeral services were held for the legendary singer in north philadelphia yesterday. sledge was a philadelphia native and one of the founding members of the 1970s r&b group sister sledge. they were known for the break-threw album -- break
through album, we are are family. she was found dead in her home on march 10th. she was 60 years old. "action news" was in warminster as the 5th annual brad fox 5k run and 1k walk steps off. the plymouth township police officer was killed in the line of duty five years ago. before the race began the crowd sang happy birthday to brad fox junior who was born 6 months after his father died. all proceeds go to the brad fox funds and the ronald mcdonald house in philadelphia. a ground breaking honor of the african-american museum in philadelphia. >> strong storms blow through the region this weekend. let's go outside in the area, this is a live look at the commodore barry bridge. remember the 70s yesterday,
hurt. >> the national weather service will survey the damage to confirm whether a tornado caused it. the storms moved across alabama, mississippi and louisiana. >> today is gray and gloomy, you say most people should stay in and read a book. people like you hit the gym. what do you do? >> i stay in and watch "action news." >> reporter: you probably want to keep the plans indoors today, we're not seeing 70s and 80s leak yesterday. we're seeing 40s and windchills stuck in the 30s, it will be a big, big difference from the gorgeous numbers we experienced yesterday. the good news this cold spell we're seeing today, it's not going to last long, by tomorrow, the numbers rebound and most of us pushing 70. it's a quick cold shot. double scan live, you can see the scans going round and round. we have moisture well north of the viewing area across upstate new york, most of us dry, there could be patchy drizzle or
scattered showers this afternoon. generally speaking cloud cover that's the rule today. 43 degrees present temperature reading in philadelphia. yesterday's high, 77. dewpoint, 37. pressure 30.38 inches. winds out of the east/northeast at 14 miles per hour. the 24-hour temperature change is impressive. 28 degrees colder in the poconos than this time yesterday. everybody else else 10 to 15 degrees colder. 30 in the poconos, 39 in allentown, 43 in philadelphia. 43 in cape may. 45 in dover. that's pretty much where you will top out today. maybe you can add three or four degrees from that number. mid to upper 40s for everybody thanks to the east/northeasterly breeze. chilly ocean temperatures taking the chilly ocean air and depositing it inland across the mid atlantic states today. satellite and radar we have a warm front sit waited -- such --
right here. future tracker 6 cloud skies, patchy drizzle or scattered showers not a wash. if you have outdoor plans bring allock -- bring along a umbrella just to be on the safe side. tomorrow morning it transitions over to steady rain for the western suburbs. philadelphia and southeast dry and patchy fog. the showers push east throughout the late morning hours and push into new england. tuesday afternoon, we'll do it all over again, but there could a thunderstorm involved, as well. it's unsettled through tuesday, temperature-wise a warm front is down here today, the numbers are in the 40s this afternoon. the front lifts to the north. tomorrow we rebounds into the
60s and low 70s. 3:00 p.m., 70 degrees in wilmington tomorrow afternoon. philadelphia, 69. trenton, 66. as the front continues to push to the north, the numbers increase as we get into tuesday afternoon we could see high temperatures anywhere from 70 to as much as 74 degrees. again it's pretty much one and done deal with this chilly weather. 49 today. breezy and cooler showers possible. reading, 45. low 50s, south and east, allentown, 44. trenton, 48. overnight tonight, cloudy and damp, occasional shower temperatures in the mid 70s. we go up tomorrow, morning rain, afternoon drizzle peeks of sunshine, 69. tuesday, mostly cloudy with a late-day thunderstorm, 72. wednesday is a nice day, clouds and sun, mild afternoon with a high of 65. thursday, increasing clouds, 59, friday and saturday looks like it's going to rain again, 56 and 60. we do need the rain, i guess
african-americans. this year they celebrate their 40th birthday. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the african-american museum is known for enlightning communities in the benjamin franklin parkway experience. they have a host of special events planned with photography. >> we have a conversation about two different cities. >> reporter: they are new york and philadelphia. >> it's a exploration african american neighborhoods. harlem showcases black and while photographs taken in the 1970s. >> he was able to capture images of appear can americans in context, shop keepers and barbers on the streets. they brought humanity to a subject. >> reporter: in church of broken pieces, the artist color portraits are influenced by african-american paychecks.
being blackout ways one's blues was features on the cover of the smithsonian magazine. the city launches a citywide celebration. >> we're going to join with other african-american legacy institutions, phil philadanco ad talk about the black movement. >> reporter: four decades later, the museum hosts 80,000 visitors a year. >> we tell a unique story. >> reporter: they year. include pop up events, as well. the full calendar at for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen g rnother 15 years after the madet
>> feeling like winter this morning. >> reporter: it is, yesterday it was so nice and this morning it's feeling like february, actually february was nice, it's feeling like january. 49 degrees with the wind feels like the low 40s coming off the high of 77. some locations hit 80 degrees yesterday. there will be a scattered showers around in the afternoon, maybe patchy drizzle. same thing for monday, the difference we're about 20 degrees warmer. 69, 72 for tuesday, wednesday on looks like thing warm up highs in the 50s even 60s. >> 7:56 is your time we're just a few minutes away from saying
good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hey gray and nydia. trump promise to go put together a new healthcare bill after a spectacular failure of the republican plan to repeal and replace obama care as violence breaks out at pro trump rallies. a deadly shooting closing off the heart of las vegas strip hours after an armed robbery put a hotel on lockdown. we have video of the masked suspects. a crazy play in the xavier game putting the madness in march madness, we have all the highlights coming up on the busy sunday morning, we'll see you soon on "g.m.a." "action news" continues later this morning, here's some of the stories we're working on for you, a new study in women's health. we'll tell you how researchers say birth control affects a
>> we will end the obamacare nightmare and give the american people the world class health care that they deserve. >> what's the next step? >> oh. >> [ bleep ]. >> all this as tensions grow higher than ever been trump supporters and protesters. the fresh violence at rallies. protesters tackled and beaten. caught on camera. fleeing las vegas. the robbers in animal masks. tearing through the bellagio hotel to make their getaway. where are they now? and just hours later, the famous