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>> hi, everyone, it is thursday february 12 we're following several breaking stories here, including millions of players laying down a few dollars and for three of them it paid off. find out where the wing powerball -- winning powerball tickets were stolen. >> president obama's plan to fight isis is heading to capitol hill. >> we're tracking snow showers and temperatures take a dangerous drive we have more on a brutal arctic blast. >> indeed, david murphy we're
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talking super cold, of course, karen you're taking a look at the roads, good morning. >> reporter: today it's not so much the cold right now. we're okay to start out. you can see snow shower activity in western pennsylvania. it is possible that some of this makes it in this afternoon and evening. we're looking at a fairly cloudy day not a whole lot of sunshine. 30 degrees in philadelphia. 28 in allentown. the temperatures are similar to yesterday. we're looking at windchills making it feel like the 20s across the region so you do want to bundle up. on your smart phone we have 23 degrees by 8:00 a.m. #-- 3:00 p.m. 39. 6:00 p.m., 31 degrees and some of us may be seeing a pop up now or rain shower. snow showers to the north and rain showers to the south. karen, the cold air crushes in
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overnight tonight and into tomorrow, i'll have the details in the seven day. >> reporter: all right dave, in gloucester city, camden right now. we've got a problem 130 is closed in both directions. this is an accident at clem avenue. you have to stick to broadway or 168 or the black horse pike or route 100. very quiet out there that's 42 northbound at creek road if you're coming up from turnersville blackwood deptford you're looking good. here's the blue route schuylkill expressway, i-95, no accidents, no problems out there, it's extreme a10:30 and 7:00 p.m. you'll see extra traffic. that's the northbound shot of i-95 heading toward academy it's clear and no delays. >> powerball numbers are in now we're waiting to see who are the
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lucky winners of $564 million. the multistate lottery announced that three powerball tickets hit in texas, north carolina and puerto rico. now, lottery officials say the ticket in puerto rico is the first powerball winner sold outside the continental united states. should the winners select a lump sum option each get one-third share. two people in pennsylvania and new jersey matched five. the numbers were, 11, 12, 25, 289, 54, the powerball 14. the jackpot is 40 million doors with the next drawing saturday. a meeting philly after ferguson took on the topic of police shootings. police and residents gathered in philadelphia's powell ton section.
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one speaker was tanya brown dickerson whose son was killed by police at a traffic stop. >> i want to ask you, what would you do? my son is dead. >> organizers say the mission of the event is to use the cultural attention in the city to create change. a delaware county jury convicted three people who were involved at a deadly robbery attempt at a rite aid. a woasm fired the shot that killed jason mcclay in 2013. two others were found guilty. detectives say he provided inside information to plan the hold up. >> it's sweet and sour. like marge said, justice has been served, but there are no
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winners and there are no losers, everybody lost something. >> mcclay a navy veteran was not supposed to be work, the night he was killed. after completing his day shift he volunteered to work a double to cover for someone's. >> developing this morning congress is considering the president's request to formally authorize military force against isis militants. at the same time there's a warning about the threat here at home. >> reporter: coalition airstrikes pound isis targets in syria and iraq, a stock warning about how the war could come home. top fbi officials concerned about how effectively isis is using the internet and social media to recruit and saying they can't keep track of every one of those recruits who left europe and the u.s. to fight with isis and might return to strike here. >> i don't know every person there or coming back it's not even close to being under
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control. >> reporter: the urgency of the fight against the extremist group stressed by president obama when he asked congress to authorize military force that could put special ops on the grounds. >> our coalition is on the offensive, eiffel is on the defensive and eiffel is going to -- isil is going to lose. >> reporter: it would ban enduring combat operations. original capitol hill, bipartisan skepticism, lawmakers concerned the war powers request ask too broad or doesn't go far enough. >> i want to make sure the president has all the tools available in order to win this fight. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner says he expects
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exchanges before a measure comes to a vote which may not be until the spring. >> happening today a final vote on city council that would mandate paid sick leave no workers in philadelphia. the city council passed the bill last week. it would require companies of 10 employees or more to have paid 5 sick days. narcan will be used in bucks county, it's used to help those who overdose on heroin. select police officers and first responders in the region have gotten the go ahead to carry narcan on the job. >> >> there's new recreation out of vague that a cheating scandal
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made a second team the little league champ. the adults are accused of stacking the team with players that live outside their district. >> the big mountain all stars are winners by default. >> it's something that we all here in las vegas have kind of pushed aside because we thought people were being bitter. >> you may remember the jackie robin team knocked out the taney dragons from the tournament. the adult here made the mistakes >> a high-speed police chase in texas came to a dramatic end. hear what a mom did to get their guy. >> house of cards fans got an
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unexpected and short-lived surprise details coming up. david. >> reporter: all right, guys we're dressing the kids today bundle them up this morning, we have temperatures around 30 and windchills in the 20s. this afternoon add the scarf because the temperatures will plunge and winds will pick up. we'll have a couple of chance of snow, actually three chance of precipitation in the seven day. that's all just ahead.
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>> a new hampshire police department is not happy with a certain weather-predicting marm marmott. they are putting out an arrest for punxsutawney phil. they say he is armed and dangerous. >> i can understand they are cranky. they are having a worst winter than we did last year. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan, we have no precipitation out there, as we looking outside, we are looking cloudier overhead than we were
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yesterday. today will remain overcast. 30 degrees beneath the cloud cover. wind out of the south at 7 miles per hour, strong enough to give you temperatures in the 20s and low 20s in spots. there are snow showers trying to build in across the state. as we go through the day there's a chance it will make it into the region. overall, 30 degrees by 8:00. 38 by 11:00. 42 is the high around 1:00, 2:00. by 5:00 p.m. we're down to 33. early this evening, we'll be down in the 20s, when you look at lie temperatures, thing of these for your 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. temperatures, noon to 1 up north 37. testers start to drop. 42 is the after high in philadelphia. 44 in cape may. with a drop expected later in the afternoon. future tracker 6 showing us we are fairly cloudy as we move through the day.
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as we get into the afternoon we're on the look out for snow showers that could pop up. not all of us will see them, as i advance between 3 and 6:00 p.m. in most cases accumulations will be light. where they hit you want to slow down, because there's an outside chance a snow squall could put down a quick amount that could cause sliding issues. snow shower at the shore. for most of the you a coating. the other issue today is is the temperatures. in the evening it's blustery and colder. as you look at current temperatures we have cold air to the north and west of us, that will be drawn in later today and tonight. we'll have an issue with cold air and severe windchills on three different occasions on the coming days. tomorrow morning when you wake
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up it could be we'll be below zero with windchills. sunday morning and during the day we'll get to a windchill of zero and more than that sunday morning. monday morning windchills 15 degrees below in philadelphia, and worse in rural areas. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows rain and snow showers spotty stuff today. 42 is the high and then we drop. tomorrow, windy and bitter cold, high of 23 with the windchills i just described. saturday afternoon and evening yeah we get up to a high of 36 and there's another chance some squalls could put down an accumulation. the snow squalls when they hit could put down more than that. you want to be careful. monday, windchills of 4 and mostly below zero.
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high of 23 degrees, we're back to 36 on tuesday with a rain, snow mix. >> people involved themselves in a high-speed chase. the crash victims held down the man police were pursuing until officers took him into custody. the victims were in a minivan while the driver was trying to escape police in a stolen vehicle. a karate instruct i were jumped into action in pittsburgh. he jumped into help a security guard who is 46 years younger than him. he he is accused of stuffing $200 worth of clothes into his jacket.
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burton helped them hold the man down until help arrived. >> new stats are out, cell phones dropped in a major way in major cities. they believe it's because of a kill switch. iphone robberies are down 40% and 25% in new york this happening over the past two years. the appears to be a deal that's too good to be true. united airlines said it will not honor thousands of first class international tickets flying monday to new york sold on a danish website for $50. a third party vendor was having trouble converting pounds into dollars. that he said it's not our fault we're not honoring it. futures are pointing to a
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higher open. what a tease netflix said it was a technical glitch that led to the posting of the entire third season of house of cards. netflix said it's washington there's always a leak. they pulled the new episodes down before you got a chance to watch them. the new season launches, you watch the show. >> february 27 is when it comes out. i will watch it all in a matter of three days. the widow of the navy seal depict med in the oscar a -- depicted in the oscar nominated skill american sniper gives emotional testimony about her final moments with her husband. >> explosion in california
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an ecigarette could be the culprit. more on that when "action news" continues.
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>> reporter: we have an accident in camden that's causing some problems here. it's creating a number of issues or a couple of at least. 130 is closed at clem avenue. use broadway or 168 instead.
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also because of this accident we have a problem on the ramp 42 northbound to 130 northbound is closed because of the same accident. 168 between collings avenue and nicholson road we have construction blocking two lanes that will last for two hours. 42 to 168 construction blocking the lane until 6:00 a.m. it is dry and clear no weather related impacts on the roads. most people sleeping in, looking good, matt and tam. >> the capital murder trial of the man accused of murdering chris kyle is underway in texas. the widow tia broke down on the stand yesterday. eddy routh an iraq veteran is accused of killing kyle and chad
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little field. the text read this dude is straight up nuts. his lawyers blame the murders on ptsd. >> new on "action news," many use electronic cigarettes to help them quit smoking. but there's growing concerns that ecigarettes have exploded causing burns. a california california teen said it sounded like a gun going off. a san diego man was rushed to the burn unit after his exploded in a liquor store shattering glass. a school bus driver is no longer in the driver seat
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taking a selfie of herself. you've probably picked "five things" a million times without breaking a sweat. no problem. so the pennsylvania lottery changed the name of "quinto" to "pick 5". no sweat to play. pick 5. easy to play. simple to say.
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i'm the parent of a victim of sex trafficking. people need to know that even good kids from good neighborhoods are still vulnerable to this tricked environment where they're being taken off the street and put into bondage. xñaó5ñ
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you've picked out four things before, right? one, two, three, four, and you're done. simple. so the pennsylvania lottery changed the name of "big 4" to "pick 4". it's that simple to play. pick 4. easy to play. simple to say. >> this shocking selfie has an ohio bus driver in serious trouble. the picture shows her sitting in the seat with a bottle of alcohol to her mouth. the photo appeared on social media sparking outrage. the driver has been removed from
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service pending a fuel investigation. actor will smith has teased he has ended his ten year hiatussous and release new music. his last music was released in 2005. he has been in the studio with kanye west and he has been taking tips from his 16-year-old son jaden. tgit. grays matt -- anatomy and how to get away with murder. many stars live tweet along with the shows share your thoughts and add the hash tag tgit or on 6abc. >> we have three winning
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powerball tickets not we, but they are out there. they matched the numbers in last night's drawing, which was worth $564.1 million. >> a veteran said he was kicked out of a center city 7-eleven for shopping with his service dog, more on what's going on when "action news" comes right back. trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, drive to your local car buying center. and three, walk out with your check
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and get smarter about your insurance. ♪ we are farmers bum-pa-dum bum-bum-bum-bum ♪♪ >> good morning, it is 5:00 a.m. on this thursday, february 12. here's what's happening. >> we have word on where the winning powerball tickets were sold and why you may be a winner. >> accuweather is tracking a chance for spotty snow showers he the end of the day, and then we're in for a blast of arctic air that will bring it down to dangerous windchills. >> students are sick on a college campus in the poconos. >> let's go over to david murphy about


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