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i think the experience is not what you did, but how it worked out. that's what washington, d.c. does the drive by shot at the begin winning incorrect, incomplete information and the memorized 25 second speech. the republicans taking on one another in new hampshire. what they said in last night's debate next on "action news" sunday morning. the stage is set in california for super bowl 50. kickoff is tonight, but the parties have already kicked off. 7:00 a.m., sunday morning, february 7. sky6 live hd taking a live look right now. pretty nice day today, things will change tomorrow, get ready. i'm nydia han along with gray hall. chris sowers outside with the accuweather details. >> reporter: good morning, nydia, it's feeling like february out here this morning. the temperatures inner low 20s across the -- in the low 20s across the area. 14 in tanersville, quakertown,
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22. pottstown, 21. we've had high temperatures monday through friday ranging from 56 to 49. this is the first time this month we've seen true arctic air in place. agenda -- gandys beach, 21 degrees, we have coastal storm getting better organized over the next few hours. all the moisture you see toward the bottom of the screen that stays out to sea. this is a big storm lots of rain and snow associated with it for the carolinas and the virginias, again we're expecting the majority of this, if not all of this so miss us out to sea. good news there. monday night into tuesday, that's a different story, i'll focus on that in a little bit. here's the forecast for today, 49 degrees we'll see a gradual
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increase in clouds. 1:00, 46 degrees. 3:00 p.m., 48. 5:00 p.m., 47 look at all the cold building to the north, it's heading south into the lower 48. it gets in here by the end of the upcoming workweek. along with the cold air we have several chances of snow. we'll talk about that when i see you again in just a few minutes. well, the big parties already started. america's biggest game of the year is tonight auto in california. everyone is excited. broncos play the panthers super bowl 50. fans of the teams used this as a reason to party all day long, brandy hicks is out west for the big game. >> reporter: super bowl 50 is final lie -- finally here. excitement building between the broncos and panthers.
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at 39 peyton manning is one of the best quarterbacks of all time. the super bowl champ uncertain if the game will be his last. manning and the tough broncos defense take on the panthers. all eyes are on the massive security presence on the ground and in the air. fbi is unaware of any specific threats targeting super bowl 50. >> reporter: with an estimated 189 million americans expected to tune in, the famous super bowl ads competing for attention. richard are you looking for these. >> reporter: along with cold play and special guests beyounce and bruno marrs are hosting the half-time show.
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if you can't be here to see the action in person, you may be one of the more than 70 million americans expect told attend a super bowl party today and consume 1.3 billion chicken wings according to the national chicken council. corey brown is playing with a heavy heart. jamie apody has his story coming up in a bit. we'll hear about broncos kicker another player with local ties. republican president am candidates threw verbal punches in the final devertibrate oh -- debate before the new hampshire primary. new jersey governor chris christie battled it out with marco rubio who was rising in polls after the strong finish in
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iowa. under chris christie's governorship in new jersey they have been downgraded nine times in their credit rating. when you're president of the united states, when you're governor of a state, the memory ietzed 30 second -- memorized 30 second speech doesn't involve a problem for one person they expect you to plow the snow and when the worst natural disaster in the state's history you, they expect you to rebuild the state which i have done. donald trump and jeb bush detailed their economic plans. under my tax plan right now we're the highest taxed county in the world. we consult -- cut taxes for the middle class, but for corporation. everything we should do is give the middle class a raise
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for the purpose of the first time and people are rewarded for work rather than nonwork. ted cruz attacked president obama. this is a president who in the wake of paris and the wake of san bernadino will not even use the words radical islamic terrorism, much less focus on defeating the enemy. the candidates face the breaking foreign policy matter, north korea launching a satellite into space they believe was a coverup for a missile. john kasich talked foreign policy, while ben carson talked about health care. you have to replace it with something that makes sense it doesn't make sense. on the democratic side hillary clinton said her
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handling of the tragedy in benghazi happened during the fog of war. she was of course secretary of state at the time. bernie sanders vowed to keep telling americans the truth. he later appeared on saturday night live. our monica malpass begins live reports from new hampshire tonight on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. you can see her reports on 6abc.com, and we'll have a live report from abc news in the next half-hour. plus, "good morning america" will have the coverage of the lead up to the new hampshire primary, "g.m.a." weekend begins at 8:00 after "action news." new this morning, a philadelphia police officer was dragged by a car during a confrontation with a drive in the overbrook section of the city. the officer topped the vehicle at 2:30 along the 6100 block of lang -- lancaster avenue. when the male driver tried to get by a, the officer was caught under the car. he escaped with minor injuries.
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the man and woman in the car got out and made a run for it. police say they arrested the man in the school yard near kelly drive and ridge avenue. the woman is still on the run. there's word on why the officer pulled the car over. from our new jersey newsroom investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that gutted a former millville bar. the action cam was on the 500 block of south second street. the blaze broke out and went to three-alarms. firefighters rescued a person in the building. a nearby resident told "action news" the fire's intensity was scary. i backed up, because of the the heat coming off. it took three hours for crews to bring the fire under control. governor wolf and the republican controlled pennsylvania legislature have not completed work on a budget this year, but that is not stopping the democratic governor
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from going before the lawmakers on tuesday to make a pitch for next year's budget. wolf is the first governor to reach this point proposing a budget while the current one is in limbo. he is asking for additional spending in education. there is no indication that the two sides are close to an agreement on the current budgeted. 7:09. the philadelphia auto show comes to a close at the pennsylvania convention center. 700 of the newest classic cars and trucks are on display. you can go for a drive on a test track. sixers cheerleaders will be making an appearance today. there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. we have crews trying to save survivors trapped in
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earthquake rubble in taiwan. a girl is attacked by a are racoon in montgomery county and a person with a hockey stick helps her out. parked on ice, but they learned the hard way. >> reporter: we have coldest air on tuesday is may be the coldest air of the months.
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a little bit of snow potentially tuesday. some of the coldest air we've seen this season arrives friday into saturday. there are a couple of models that don't get us out of the teens on valentine's day. double scan drive is crystal clear, we're showing a chilly 28 degrees at this 7:00 a.m. hour. dewpoint, 22. winds out of north/northwest at 5 miles per hour. that gives us a feels like temperature of 23. 19 in allentown. millville, 21. trenton, 23. wildwood and dover, 27. we're watching a couple of features out there this morning, there's an alberta clipper arctic front diving in across the high plains. there's a surface storm here off the coast of the carolinas. this time around the surface storm will pull out to sea. it may brush the jersey shore with a rain or snow shower overnight tonight. the bulk of the storm passes us by to the east. monday night into tuesday, the
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colder air arrives it will transfer its energy to a coastal storm somewhere off the virginia capes. where it sets up determines who sees the snow and how much snow we pick up over the neck 48 -- next 48 to 72 hours. future tracker 6, we start out with sunshine. clouds increase throughout the afternoon, they lower and thicken and become mainly cloudy overnight tonight. the coastal system passes on by to the east at 7:00 a.m. jersey shore picking up a spritz or sprinkle, it's liquid not seeing any snowflakes at that point. during the afternoon the model hints toward a mixed rain or snow shower, we'll allow for that, it's not a big deal. it's monday into tuesday when the secondary storm develops off the coast. this model shows nothing on tuesday, but there are other models that that have this area filled in with snow as the moisture starts to roll in off the atlantic. tuesday is looking like the day of concern with the potential of
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some impacts in the delaware valley. saturday, sunday, monday all days are clear. it's monday night after midnight into tuesday afternoon. this is generally looking like a light snow event, one to three inches. we're leaning toward that at this point. there's a couple of models out there that shows a model snowfall of 3 to 6. anything heavier than that. we're not worried about that. it's a light event with the possibility of it becoming more in the way of 3 or 4. most of the models have it between 1 and 3 inches. ment temperatures will be above freezing on tuesday afternoon. that's a good sign. if we pick up the snow, most of the roads stay wet and not white. 49 degrees, that's the forecasted highlight breeze out of the northeast 35 to 10. overnight tonight, 26 degrees outlying suburbs, 32 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 45 degrees mostly cloudy, very mild for tomorrow. normal is 42.
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and then for tuesday, we'll post cloudy with some snow developing 39 degrees. again, accumulations should stay on the light side. wednesday, lots of clouds and flurries, 39. the next arctic front rolls in thursday, we're posting a high of 34. friday's high of 32. saturday, 28. all the numbers, there are several forecast models that show a lot colder air rushing in. we're taking it day by day, with he don't want to go 15 for the high and correct it. we're taking it one step at a time. time 7:16. drivers who parked on the ice on lake geneva, wisconsin have learned a valuable lesson in science. they parked there during winter fest, the temperatures began to rise and the ice started to thaw. the ice could no longer support the weight of the vehicles and they start to do sink.
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have pulled more people from the highrise residential building that collapsed during the powerful earthquake. it was the worst hit city on the island. 22 of the 24 confirmed dead were found in the 17 story structure. the city's mayor said 120 residents may be trapped inside. nine other buildings in the city have collapsed. 7:19. in the lehigh valley, a camera capture trespass who allegedly scaled a roarl coaster. four -- coral -- rollercoaster. four suspects are wanted in south white hall. they climbed to the top of a
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delaware valley. most of the lower 48 is quiet. we have an arctic system up to the north and coastal storm off the georgia. the saving grace with this storm is this front it will help to bump it out to sea. some areas overnight tonight and tomorrow morning, particularly the jersey shore could get spritzes and sprinkles out of this, but this stays out to the west. this energy transfers to a coastal storm on tuesday, that brings the potential of light snow to the area tuesday afternoon. today be spring-like, can't complain for the month of february when temperatures are closing in on 50. sun and clouds and milder today, high of 49. all right, chris, thank you. today is the finale of the atlantic city boat show at the ac convention center. tickets are $16, kids 15 and under get in free with an adult.
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the thrill of victory and agony of defeat played out at the wells fargo center. jeff skeverski has that and also super bowl 50. >> reporter: it's a big weekend for the flyers, two games against teams they are chasing including washington later this afternoon. flyers four points out of the playoff spot, they are short-handed. they lost wayne simmons yesterday. here's the hit everyone is talking about. simmons checked in the head by ryan mcdounagh. he punches back and kicked out for that. he could be suspended for the game today, as well. mason is beat and tied at 2. it goes to a shootout. what a move on mason, the flyers lost 3-2. they picked up one point. they are four out heading into today's game. sixers honoring darrell dawkins
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during the game against the nets. this is the way to honor chocolate thunder with a big win last night. sixers down two, over a minute to go, covington for 3. sixers put it away, t.j. can mcconnell the steal it ends up in the handles of nerlens noel. sixers win. they are 8-43. on the eve of super bowl 50, cam news ton -- new newton coming in a winner. he was named m.v.p. and his coach coach of the year, i'm sure they would tray that for the all -- trade that for all the hardware tonight in super bowl 50. carolina is a 5 1/2 point
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favorite. they are 17-1. quarterbacks in this game, cam newton, peyton manning are playing for a lot of people. during the awards show they had didn't just hand out hardware they had fun at the and he knows of players -- expenses of the players and coaches. chip kelly is the coach of the 49ers. the 49ers say they are excited to adopt the fast-pace style of losing. 49ers new coach chip kelly will be played by the pam about pamps baby. >> reporter: feel sorry for chip? i don't think so. i'm jeff skeverski.
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newton vying for football's biggest prize looking for the vince lombardi trophy. republican candidates make their views known in the big debate on 6abc last night. 7:29, meteorologist chris sowers is outside with details in accuweather. >> reporter: good morning, nydia. it's cold and blustery this morning, fortunately we have sunshine, we're not concerned about frozen precipitation today. 19 in allentown. 21 in millville. 28 in philadelphia. poconos check checking in at 23. lancaster, 21.
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wilmington, 24. when you factor in the light breeze it feels like 15 in reading. 15 in millville. 23 in philadelphia. 23 in trenton and it feels like 27 in dover. so it's another morning where you really need to bundle up if you're heading out early. satellite and radar, the clouds slowly increase throughout the day as the coastal storm starts to get its act together and pulls to the north. it will ride up the eastern seaboard, but fortunately watch this, it stays offshore. it's a darn good thing, too, because with the amount of moisture that this system is printing out this would have been another foot of snow easy. that's how much moisture this storm system has associated with it. the modeling suggests this will stay out to sea. new england could get another 3 to 6 inches of snow, places like cape cod and eastern portions of long. for us we're looking at increasing clouds and once again chilly temperatures. here's the forecast for today.
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42 degrees, sunny. 1:00 p.m., 46. 3:00 p.m., 48 and then by 5:00 p.m. back town to 47 degrees. in between we should top out around 49 or 50. a nice, plenty finish to the weekend. as nydia mentioned earlier we have snow in the forecast monday night into tuesday as another system approaches from the northwest. icy temperatures return. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. to politics now, folks in new hampshire will have their say on tuesday in that state's primary and in anticipation of that, the republicans faced off in a debate on abc. ted cruz and hillary clinton wirnlings in -- winnersn the iowa caucuses are losing in new hampshire. kenneth moten is new hampshire
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things were heated there last night. >> reporter: the gop candidates have a long list of campaign events, but this morning the talk is about the performances on this debate stage. final gop debate before the new hampshire primaries, it was a good night for the governor, a bad one for marco rubio. under chris christie's governorship of new jersey they were downgraded 9 times in the credit rating. >> reporter: that's what washington, d.c. does, the drive by shot at the beginning with the incorrect and incomplete information and the memorized 25 second speech. jeb bush hit donald trump on the support his eminent domain. >> what donald trump did was use eminent domain to take the property of an elderly woman only the trip in atlantic city. that is down right wrong. jeb -- he wants to be a tough guy. i didn't take the property. >> reporter: ted cruz was in an
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apology mode cruz accused of playing dirt tricks of stealing caucus voters from carson last week. washington ethic also says if it's legal you do what you needed to. hillary clinton brought the cheers at the new hampshire rally and bernie sanders brought the laughs on saturday night live during this titanic inspired skit. 1% of getting preferential treatment. >> reporter: i had a hard time telling the difference between larry david and bernie sanders. sanders is back in new hampshire where's leading big. qulnt will clinton will be in flint michigan. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news."
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nydia and gray. thank you, kenneth. "action news" anchor monica malpass is in new hampshire covering today's primary. and monica's live report starts tonight at 11:00 p.m. marco rubio facing the tough questions on 6abc. he is a guest on this week with george stephanopoulos. tune in at 10:30 after "action news" at 9:00. super bowl sunday has arrived, the 50th version of the nfl tidal game is expected to -- title game is expected to lure 190 million americans to their tv sets. it pits cam newton against peyton manning. you don't go 17-and-1 as the starting quarterback without being awesome. today's game could be
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manning's last one. panthers have a 5 point edge over the wrong -- broncos. mcmannis has a antibully squad and runs a football camp. corey brown is hoping to win the super bowl with the panthers, us -- but he is dealing with a personal loss. his grandmother passed away two weeks ago, he is determined to overcome his grief. jamie apody shows you. a smoke detecter is receiving credit for getting two women and three teenagers out of a burning house in overbrook. the fire started before
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6:00 a.m. when firefighters got to the scene, they found the residents safely outside. cruz put out the flames in 15 minutes, no word on what caused the fire. new this morning, a teenager is in the hospital after police say she was attacked by the family dog. it happened on the appear hundred block of pemberton street in west philadelphia. the 14-year-old girl was home with her siblings when someone locked on the door, the family pitbull escaped from the basement and attacked the girl. other children called 911. when officers arrived they were forced to shoot and kill the dog. the girl is recovering from children's hospital listed in stable condition. health officials in montgomery county want to talk to a good samaritan who saved a youngster from a rabid racoon. jeff chirico has the story. >> reporter: the girl was walking home from school on
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thursday afternoon when a racoon attacked the girl. a good samaritan happened to be driving by at the same time. stopped his car, had a hockey stick in his trunk which he got out and used to hit the animal, the racoon until it detached from the girl which was wonderful of him to do that. he drove her home. animal control trapped the racoon in the woods and tested to be rabid. health officials want to talk to the man to make sure he was not exposed to the virus, as well. incubation to rabies could be from days to week. it's very important that proper medical officials have a chance to talk with the gentleman. >> reporter: there is a small chance he could have been exposed to the rabies virus even if he was not bitten.
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he is asked to call the montgomery county department of health. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." still much more to come on "action news" sunday. a special concert in philadelphia will pay tribute to a legendary conductor. 6abc loves the arts has the story. sky6 live hd taking a live look at the commodor barry bridge. meteorologist chris sowers back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. remarkable things are happening at your local acme. we're making changes, and we're getting better every day. cleaner. friendlier. fresher. like fresher meat and seafood. and fresher produce and hundreds of organics. to top it off! we offer lower prices every day. right now, get dunkin' donuts coffee k-cups, 10-count packages for just $4.99. and thin-sliced
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sunday. nice and sunny out there as sky6 live hd takes a live look at the center city skyline, only 38 degrees, so bundle up as you head outside. >> reporter: the thing with all the sunshine and the southwest wind we'll be up to 50 degrees. let's get you outside, showing i wilmington, a ton of sunshine out there this morning. a beautiful finish to the weekend. it's cold right now, but with the amount of sunshine we'll see and the southwesterly wind. we'll get into the mid to upper 40s and some areas 50 degrees. double scan live we'll keep it clear for one more day. a little moisture sneaks in monday night into tuesday. 49 degrees is the high temperature we're shooting for today which is 7 degrees above average. some of the surrounding suburbs the numbers have dropped off. allentown, 19 degrees. reading and lancaster, 21. millville, 21. hammonton, 20.
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trenton, 23. dover, 27 and wilmington 24. some areas have a little bit of a breeze, we're subtracting a few degrees from the actual temperatures when you factor in the winds. 5 in reading. 5 in philadelphia. feels like 23. temperature 28. millville, 5. dover, 2 miles per hour. let's go wider here's satellite and radar we're watching a couple of features, an arctic front to the north pushing through the high plain states and low pressure spinning along the u.s./canadian border. this is a coastal storm that will pass us by to the east. we'll not so lucky with the arctic boundary. as that hits the coast, another storm develops right here. it will be a weaker, much more disorganized storm than we are seeing right now. it's that storm that brings the chance of snow monday night into
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tuesday morning. that guy will exit stage right. if this came occupy the coast, we would -- came up the coast, we would get hammered again. future tracker 6, high, thin clouds overspread the area south to north. cloudy overnight tonight, we're dry as the storm stays out to sea. the model shows showers from cape may to sandy hook. these will be rain showers as temperatures are mild along the shore. the system then pulls away. we get into monday afternoon there could be a spritz or sprinkle around as high temperatures top out in the mid 40s. monday into tuesday, the colder air works into the pattern. we change the liquid precipitation over to winter white. even though the model is clear for tuesday, we see the snow overspread the area as the secondary low takes over. there's not too much change as
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what we were thinking yesterday. it does not appear to be a major storm. we are expecting a light to moderate snow. there's the possible of to travel delays tuesday, as the snow falls. if it comes down hard enough it could lay snow on the roads, as well. the gfs says 4 or 5 inches. the you euro and nam has it to a much milder eventful weekend when the model disagree you have to focus on the radar and see what's taking place. 48 in reading. philadelphia, 48 degrees. cape may, 44. we'll say sun and clouds, mild. overnight tonight, cloudy and fairly mild with temperatures hovering in the upper 20s and low 30s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, close to 50 today, a nice finish to the
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weekend. monday, cloudy, mild once again, 45 degrees there could be a rain shower in places. tuesday cloudy with snow developing highs in the upper 30s, wednesday lots of clouds a few leftover flurries high of 39. an arctic front moves in thursday, breezy and cold, 34. friday is cold, 32. saturday, sun and cold, 28 degrees. the latest forecast information for valentine's day has a high of 18 degrees with a windchill close to zero. that could chaining, but oh, my goodness that's cold. players from super bowl 50 come from philadelphia. he had his sites on the envelope since he was a young boy. but he is dealing with a personal locals before the big game. >> reporter: there's a arena they call -- there's a reason they call him philly brown. he is from philadelphia.
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>> reporter: super bowl 50 philadelphia can root for one of their own. corey brown starting wide receiver. his mom and brother will witness it in person. i want to be watching my son playing in super bowl 50 it's going to believe unbelievable. he is a one in a million. >> reporter: it's dream he has had since he can remember. the tile he painted in 5th grade. his path just as curvey, he went undrafted out of ohio state. who would have imagine he would have helped punch carolina's ticket to the super bowl. when he scored that 86-yard touch down i must have knocked everybody over that was sitting around me saying that was my
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son. >> reporter: as focused as he is on the biggest game of his life. you have to forgive him if he has more on his mind. my mom lost her long time battle with pan crete -- pan korea -- cancer. sunday he'll is an angel on his shoulder. they are going to win. there will be a ton of tears. >> reporter: in springfield, pennsylvania, jamie apody channel 6 "action news." what a story. we'll be right back.
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tgit the prime time lineup returns with new episodes. grey's anatomy and scandal and how to get away with murder. wrap up your night with "action news" at 11:00. one of the world's most celebrated conductors is coming to the kimmel center with the philadelphia orchestra. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. james will lavine is one oe most celebrated conductors and he is leading a show created just for him. he is such an iconic figure on the concert stage. >> reporter: he celebrated his 40 anniversary as head of the metropolitan opera in new york. it will be his own guest
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conducting appearance in the united states this season. the concert will showcase his mastery of many musical styles. the program will feature the works of three legendary composers. we have charles ives. the third symphony. the melody from camille was made famous by the movie, babe. the concert series is february 18 through the 20th in the kimmel center's verizon hall. go to arts in philly.org or
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visit 6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. "action news" away grand opening of a career link center on the 5800 block of germantown avenue. there's workshops for job applicants to make them attractive to potential employers. they will host on site events. we'll be right back. (church bell) (bear growls) (burke) smash and grub. seen it. covered it. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪
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with us on sunday morning, sky6 live hd taking you right here live at penns landing and it is now 39 degrees i guess outside,
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it's getting warmer, i can't see that far. it's going to be nice, right? >> reporter: it's going to be a nice finish to the weekend, temperatures close in on 350 degrees, and then we get into monday night and tuesday, we could see a system that produces light snow for parts of the area. looks like a light snow event. generally 1 to 3 inches. there's an outside shot we could see more than 3. temperatures will be above freezing tuesday afternoon that means most of the roads will be welt. if there's anything untreated and the snow comes down hard enough, the secondary roads could be covered. looks like a minor event, one to three inches and most of the main arteries will be wet. 45 degrees today and tomorrow. we get colder by the end of the seven-day forecast. it's 75:00 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america."
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>> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a.," we're leading with the fireworks at the final republican debate that aired on abc. marco rubio attacked by chris christie did that damage marco rubio's momentum coming out of the iowa. trump can he maintain his top position in the poll also. polls. we have details in the case of the cornell president sexual assault. what the school is saying about the greek system on campus. super bowl 50 hours away overnight celebrities flocking to the pregame parties across the bay area. it's all coming up on "g.m.a.," see you soon. wondering when our supporting let's us know on facebook and twitter. "g.m.a." is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning.
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a philadelphia police officer is dragged following a confrontation with a driver. we're live with the details as police search for one other suspect. plus, more accolades for leonardo decaprio's film the revenant. plus chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now, for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday! we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
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good morning, america. it was fight night in new hampshire. the gloves came off in the latest debate. >> if you noticed, he didn't answer your question. >> candidates on the attack. the big target of the night, marco rubio. >> he doesn't have the experience to be president of the united states. >> rubio fighting back. >> your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago, you didn't want to go back. they had to shame you into going back. >> but who pressed repeat? >> he knows exactly what he's doing. he knows what he's doing. >> there it is, the memorized 25-second speech. >> donald trump, shushing jeb bush. >> be quiet. a lot of the time -- a lot of the time. >> and attacking the audience. >> that's all of his donors and special interests. that's what it is. >> the on-stage apology. >> ben, i'm sorry. >> not accepted. >> we can see what happened.

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