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plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better. switch to fios. we are going to bask in a spring pling we'll temperatures in the 60s. hillary clinton cruises to a win in south carolina. sylvester stallone is up for hollywood's biggest prize. exiting times, 6:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd looking live over the commodor barry bridge, right there in chester, a beautiful start to the morning. it is a good day, we'll warm up nicely.
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can you believe the 60s? the whole winter has been like this, it's not surprising. let's get you outside, we have a beautiful stretch of weather on the way, it begins today. high temperatures top out in the 60s and they could last by the time we cool down next week. there's the center city skyline, it's blustery and chilly. temperatures in the 30s, with the winds out of the southwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. it feels like the 20s. 28 in reading. 31 in rank. 37 in philadelphia. a pair of 3s for millville. trenton, 34. the poconos same number. satellite and radar, just like yesterday we'll enjoy another afternoon full of sunshine. here's the forecast, 11:00 a.m., 54 degrees, we're forecasting a high of 62. breezy and warmer, 1:00 p.m., 58.
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3:00 p.m., 60. and 5:00 p.m., 59. the normal high for this time of the year is 47 degrees, we're well above the seasonal averages. we are tracking a little bit of rain for the morning commute. we'll time it out on future tracker 6. it's coming up in ten minutes or so. chris, thank you. developing out of northern virginia, a police officer is dead after responding to a domestic incident one day after she was sworn in. officer was one of three officers shot during the incident. when the officers arrived at the house, they found a woman inside had been shot and killed, a man described as a member of the military was arrested in connection with the shooting. the suspect is expected in court tomorrow. prince william county police say the officer was sworn in on friday after rejoining a force she served previously.
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100 patrol cars lined the roads outside the virginia hospital this morning to escort her body to a funeral home. developing this morning here at home, police are trying to determine if a man arrested at a northeast philadelphia wawa in connection with the wawa at that store is the same man that held up a 7-eleven in the city about an hour earlier. police say a suspect was arrested after a foot chase was identified as the wawa robber by the store clerk. in both robberies, the suspect entered the store with a crow bar and demanded cigarettes, the police officer suffered a knee injury during the foot chase before making the arrest. tomorrow this campaign goes national. hillary clinton is celebrating a landslide win in
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the south carolina presidential primary. the stage is set for a pivotal super tuesday, 865 delegates, 661 delegates are up for grabs in 11 states. hillary clinton crushing bernie sanders in south carolina by convincingly winning the black vote and expected to soar in the south on super tuesday. >> reporter: celebrating a crucial victory. thank you so much, south carolina. >> reporter: in south carolina, hillary clinton gaining delegates and momentum. a big win here in south carolina, likely means a big win in the southern states on super tuesday. >> reporter: bernie sanders can win some states, but if he doesn't win decisively, he won't be able to catch up. tuesday, 800 delegates are
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at stake and we intend to win many of them. >> reporter: both democrats looking at super tuesday beyond and going after donald trump. we will defeat trump because the american people do not want a president who insults mexicans, muslims [cheers and applause]. >> reporter: trump the target of relentless attacks by marco rubio. con artist. con artist. friends don't let friends vote for con artists. >> reporter: the insults thrown right back by trump. i watched this light weight, little light weight. >> reporter: his new supporter chris christie who is right by his side on the campaign trail.
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the intense only building with the countdown on to super tuesday. all of the candidates will be out on the trail with campaign stops in several of the key states. marci gonzalez, columbia, south carolina. the oscars are on 6abc tonight you can see the red carpet is rolled out all ready for the glitz and glamour of hollywood's biggest night. obviously the church will fight us very hard. i don't want you recording this in any way shape or form. the revenant and spotlight are two films vying for best picture. leonardo decaprio is looking for his first oscar after missing out on the statue four times. sylvester stallone is nominated for his supporting
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role in the older rocky balboa. he lost for the best actor performance in the original rocky which won best picture. he was almost bankrupt back then, now he is among hollywood 's big stars. you get a chance at life, you better fight to keep it. sly calls the italian stall i don't know, the best friend you ever had. the oscars are sparking protest over the lack of black nominees. academy president has promised big changes to fix the diversity problem. gray. your time now, 6:07. vice president joe biden will make an appearance at the oscars, he will introduce lady gaga. he will talk about the white house's its on us campaign which
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aims to fight sexual assault. gaga will sing her oscar nominated song until it happens to you. the academy awards begin tonight at 7:00. as you watch the show we're enhancing the oscar experience at and of course the "action news" facebook page, we'll have live streaming video from the red carpet, the best moments from the show and be sure to join our facebook chat with the one and only alicia vitarelli she'll be talking with you throughout the entire show. matt o'donnell and tamala edwards and morning team will have a recap of the oscars on "action news" at 4:30 a.m. a new miss philadelphia has been crowned. miss philadelphia 2016 is is -- yes, holy hara was named at drexel university. her platform is about i happen
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collusion, congratulations to holy. we've got more news stories you didn't see last night next on "action news" sunday morning. a car crashes into a northeast five-day forecast produce store, two women were inside the car. a small plane makes a landing on the highway median. a new show on channel 6, travels the world and a local woman is the host. >> reporter: we top out in the 60s and 70s, that air mass sticks around for quite sometime. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. low, building african-style musc
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your time 6:12, new this morning, a car crash injured two women and damaged a northeast philadelphia produce store. this happened around 3:00 a.m. at the intersection of oxford avenue and lawndale. two women were taken to einstein medical center with non-life threatening injuries. a pilot and his wife and 13-year-old son managed to walk away from an emergency landing in indiana. the small plane landed along the highway because of mechanical issues. traffic was blocked for a while, but there were no injuries to report. time from accuweather. it's going to be nice today. >> reporter: actually the nice weather will stick around for
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several days. as we get you outside, we'll show you what's going on. it's quiet out there this morning, you can seem the twilight. the sun arrives in 20 minutes from now. once the rideses we'll see -- once it rises we'll see temperatures in the 60s, easily. that will start a nice stretch of weather for us that will last through tuesday and possibly long. 37 degrees in philadelphia with a dewpoint of 25. wind out of the southwest at 13 miles per hour that's giving us a windchill of 29. it's chilly out there right now, but just like yesterday we'll see that sunshine brightly and that will help to warm things up you. ups and downs over the past week, we had the warm stretch wednesday and thursday, 65 degrees, wednesday, thursday's high, 62. that was the 1st time this winter season that we had managed to hit 60 degrees or higher. today we add one more. tomorrow and tuesday we'll top
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out around 60, as well. this has been an odd winter thanks to the el nino. keeping us very, very mild and snow-free outside the historic blizzard we saw in january. that was it. other than that we haven't seen much snow. millville, they are freezing, poconos, 35 degrees. feels like 29 with the wind and upper 20s and low 30s for everybody else. dover you're down to 37. satellite and radar, the next system that we're watching is just now pushing across the high plain states. this is a very small area of low pressure. it has a trailing cold front, but the air behind this front is pacific in nature, it's not arctic. all the cold air is bottled up to the north. as the front moves in during the late morning hours tomorrow, all it will do is reinforce the mild air maybe it touches off a couple of showers, but that's it. the pattern is quiet. wind out of the southwest.
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we'll call it nice and warm. temperatures in the 60s. we get into tomorrow, a that weak frontal system passes on through and touches over a shower first thing tomorrow morning. skies briden up, the temperatures in the 60s, secondary low brings showers by wednesday. 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, let's say between 8:30 and 11:30 that's the best time to see the isolated showers, not expecting all that much. we get into monday afternoon, the sun returns. mostly sunny and warm, 62 degrees, breezes out of the southwest. overnight tonight, 40. partly cloudy, 45 for center city. it's breezy winds out of the southwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, three straight days of 60s, maybe a
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morning shower tomorrow. breezy, 62 degrees. partly sunny and warm tuesday, 60. the neng owe next system gets in here for wednesday. cooler, 50 degrees, wednesday, periods of rain. cial thursday, 45, friday, cloudy, maybe a period of rain or snow, 40. we have a new show on 6abc, tapping in travels the world with will i linda swain in ardm. from the south african animal rescue to the prison guard who became one of nelson mandela's closest friends. the stories have lessons for our own lives. where we come from, that seems to be a key thing, wham
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where he had his first christmas. thanks for making the coffee. well look who's up. i'm really glad you're here mom. me too. look who's here! so glad you stayed with us on sunday morning. today town hall and church service are planned for the three workers who were shot and
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killed at a lawn equipment factory yesterday. cedric ford was shot and killed by police, a town hall will be held to answer questions and special church service will be held tonight in the school gym. police in anaheim, california have arrested 13 people after a three people were stabbed during a klu klux klan rally. violence broke out when kkk marchers were approached by protesters. residents were critical of the anaheim police department saying there was not enough presence at the rally. there was a small presence in the 1920s and a small following in the latino community today. a woman has serious injuries after being hit by a car. it happened shortly before 7:00 on the white horse pike elm avenue in lindenwald.
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the victim was airlifted to cooper university hospital. a huge fire in lehigh county destroyed several apartments buildings. it happened yesterday morning on front street. the retail spaces in the building were vacant. no word on how the fire started.
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you were down to 19. 33 now. big improvement there. dover, 35. gandys beach 30. we have cold air to the north up here in canada. unlike when the polar vortex came down a couple of weeks ago, this is pushing off to the east. temperatures will stay nice and mild. enjoy bright blue skies and brilliant sunshine and mild temperatures, 62 degrees is the forecasted high. in sports, the phillies play bill for will, and the flyers creep closer to a playoff spot. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: even without the injured jake borachek, the flyers inched closer to the final coveted playoff spot for a few hours. the flyers one back in the wild card until the penguins won their game.
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claude giroux returned to action against arizona. first period power play, g with the gold. flyers up 1. 40 seconds later, gagne scores, flyers put up three in the first, in the third, flyers put it away. flyers win 4-2. they won 4-6. they are currently 3 back in the wild card. number oned villanova is one of the number one defenses in the basketball, just not likely. nova gave up 100 points in the loss to xavier. they struggled on defense, as well. first half against marquette, nova up ten. part of the way one handed 18 for chef. villanova back on track winning
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89-79. they are 25-4. does temple have the force, has he been birthday, hooter the owl, second half you see 7-foot 6 inches final seconds tied up, he does just that, temple wins 63-61. they are 18-10 with two games to go in the regular season. batter up, spring training games are about to get going, phillies play their first exhibition game this afternoon a division 2 college game who they lost to last year. phillies get another crack eight it. manager pete mccann none wants to see a few others, as well. what i want to do is see
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the younger guys as early as i can, take my time a little bit with the guys who are most likely going to be on the team i want to see jp crawford early and i want to sequin and some of the other pitchers. sixers fans will see orlando magic later tonight. that's sports, have a good day. a night of good eating and grooving to the music lawn side education foundation hosted their 6th annual dinner daniels. "action news" anchor sharrie williams emceed the event. we have more "action news" straight ahead. we'll be right back. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies.
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killed in a crash will be laid to rest today. a mid a controversy, the show goes on, we're counting down to the oscars tonight live on 6abc. we have california-like weather coming today. >> reporter: we do, how many
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days in february is it perfect for tee time and round of golf. it's been a wild month for that. as we getting you outside, we'll see a mild day today and tomorrow is equally as nice and tuesday the temperatures are back in the 60s, the el nino keeps the weather pattern mild in the philadelphia area. windchills are blustery this morning, but we'll warm up nicely as the day wears on. 29 degrees, trenton, allentown. reading, 28. 27 in cooler in dover, wilmington, 33. millville, 30. just like yesterday we'll enjoy another day of sunshine, just a couple of clouds to the west, we'll see mostly sunny skies later on. is p.m. temperature, 58 degrees. 3:00 p.m., 60. 5:00 p.m., 59. we'll top out somewhere between 60 and 62 today, which is well above the seasonal average of 47. looking ahead here you can the spring-like weather continues through tuesday afternoon.
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we have channelses of showers in the -- chances of showers in the seven-day forecast and the last on the weekend could mix with snow. nydia? developing out of west philadelphia, a violent home invasion has landed a man in the hospital. the action cam was at the scene on the 4700 block of chestnut street. three men in dark hoods broke into the apartment and tied up the man and hit him on the head. the victim freed himself and called 911. he is in stable condition. the suspects are on the loose. police are trying to determine if the home invaders stole anything. from our delaware newsroom, police are looking for suspects and motive in a murder last night. someone shot a man several times in the prides court apartment complex. the man in his 30s was rushed to christiana hospital where he died a short time later. miss new jersey 2013, car mccullum is being laid to rest
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in arc -- arkansas. she died monday after being injured in a crash on route 55. the miss new jersey education foundation is hosting the service scheduled to takes place march 12. a man is all right after his house collapses while he was inside. trish hartman has the story from the grays ferry section. around 7:30, i heard a loud crack. >> reporter: then he looked outside of his grays ferry window and see the house collapse. i ran to the front of the building and asked if anybody was in there. i heard a voice holderring -- haller for help.
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we had special equipment to extricate him. >> reporter: according to the department of licenses and inspections, the collapse is under investigation. we've had a lot of wind and severe weather, it makes the building more vulnerable, can't say if that was a cause, but it doesn't help. neighbor raymond white said he spoke to the man about the deteriorating condition of the window. you could see cobblestone water could seep in, that would cause structural damage. neighbors say the barber shop was closed for years. folks who saw the damage were shocked and thankful that the man wasn't killed. to know he is in stable condition and will survive,
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brings joy to my heart. >> reporter: demolition crews will spend the next servitudes to clear the property. city engineers say they may not know why the collapsed. city officials say they see a full house collapse like that one or every two years. 88th academy awards are live on 6abc. can you can you feel the excitement? i can. it's the crowning night the hollywood elite and newcomers take home the coveted statue. >> reporter: a bear, a martian, post apop -- apocalyptic warriors. taking audiences from a single room to a newsroom. back in time to era past and
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hollywood's biggest night. the scene of the ceremony has been a construction zone for days. the red carpet rolled out. later this evening, we'll find out which of these 8 films will be deemed the year's best. this is a muddled unpredictable year. when it comes to best actor. it's definitely leo's year, there's no way he doesn't pick up his award for revenant. >> reporter: leonardo decaprio has been nominated five times, but yet to snag the coveted statue. hot topic this year who wasn't nominated, a lack of divertty generating boy -- boycotts. chris rock as host as is his duty will mention it and
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joke about it. presenters this year go beyond hollywood stars they include vice president joe biden and awaiting guests 1500 bottles of champagne and 16,000 square feet of red carpet. nydia and gray? counsel fun, tune in for on -- sounds like fun, tune into the red carpet at 7:00. it is followed by "action news" and the jimmy kimmel oscar special. much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. two acclaimed shows taking the stage in delaware, their touch of broadway in a small
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setting. alicia vitarelli has the local connection of a korean war vet. sky6 live hd is live right now a look at the sun rising over camden. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast which is just as beautiful. we'll be right back. to politics now, hillary
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clinton that is crashed bernie sanders in the democratic primary. clinton beat sander by 50 points. nine out of ten black voters voted for clinton putting her in the clear frontrunner status. we've gone through four early states and i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race, and tomorrow this campaign goes national! [cheers and applause]. on the republican side, donald trump said he is primed to beat marco rubio and ted cruz in their home states. how do you beat a sitting senator in florida? how do you beat a sitting senator in texas? they could have an embarrassing time. meanwhile, cruz and rubio
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released tax summers. trump has not released any information about his wealth. chris christie and ted cruz are guests on this week with george stephanopoulos. let's get you caught up on chris sowers, chris i want to the store and got shoe polish. you missed it nydia. >> reporter: gray will use his dancing shoes this week. we'll show you what's going on. we were warmer temperatures this afternoon. the 60s should last through tuesday, believe it or not, before a cold front knocks us back down to a leaves. double scan live nothing going on. we remain dry and extremely
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mild. 47 degrees is the normal high. we're forecasting 62. this is the 16th time we hit 60 degrees or higher. an unusual winter season for us. 37 degrees is the present temperature reading, we should be around 30. so we're well above averages to begin. yesterday, topping out at 44. with the breeze feeling like the upper 30s. feeling winter-like over the last couple of days. today we end that trend, 62 degrees, tomorrow we're in the 0 and tuesday back in the 50s. some areas are picking up a bit of a breeze which is give be you a windchill this morning. 313 miles per hour out of the southwest. everybody else else between 5 and 10. even though temperatures are in the mid 30s, it feels like the upper 20s. if you're heading out early, bundle up. heavier coat, maybe the gloves and hat, by afternoon you're
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shedding everything. certainly not the heavy coat you'll not need that. this is a huge area of high pressure, it is warm hmm that came from the front range. front range temperatures were topping out in the 60s and 70s. omaha, nebraska, 75 degrees, that's the air mass that is sliding east over the next couple of days. future tracker 6 we'll skip over today, nothing going on today, before it bright blue skies, lots of sunshine. tomorrow morning this is a weak frontal system that will be sliding through. a couple of rain showers pass by between 8 and 11:00. most of us probably will stay dry, if you do pick up a shower it's not going to last long. by afternoon skies brighten up, we'll see the return of sunshine and tomorrow looks like another nice day. the next system we're watching becomes a bigger rainmaker for us, even this is not too heavy. tuesday night into wednesday morning, this area of low pressure will pass on by to the northwest. brings a few showers into the area, this will be followed by
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another system for friday which could bring a mixture of rain and snow. right now each and every storm that passes through over the next seven days doesn't look that impressive, it looks like a few showers at best. 62 today. 61 in allentown. trenton, 61. cape may, 57. dover, 60. overnight tonight we'll call it partly cloudy and mild, these lows are close to the average high for this time of the year. 45 degrees in philadelphia. reading, 41. wilmington, 42. cape may, 44 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we have a couple of systems we're watching all these appear to be weak and nuisance events. sunny and breezy, 62. another 62 tomorrow, maybe a morning shower, otherwise it's a mostly sunny day. 62 tuesday, partly sunny and warm. wednesday, showers, periods of rain in the morning, otherwise
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it's a cloudy afternoon. 50 degrees. thursday leftover showers, 40 -- 45 degrees, and friday, 40 rain and snow, after friday, i don't think old man winter is done. remember you can get the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast at any time at the leukemia and limp lympe student that raised the most money got student of the year and went to the scholarship of her choice. bloom philly festival outside reading terminal market in center city. those who took part brought picnic baskets and luncheon
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picnic tables. there was live entertainment oversized lawn games and balloon artist. the flower show begins march 5th at the pennsylvania convention center. it's always so nice and fun. of course we're looking forward to the academy of awards, before we go, check out awards from years past. ♪ [rap music]
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a young man who overcame adversity as a toddler. he was shot and killed last
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summer, police are searching for his killer. here's rick williams with the crime fighter's report. >> reporter: at 2 years old, idodine lost his arm. his mother said he worked hard to overcome that disability his entire life. the 21-year-old was trying to carve out his way in this world. he was trying to find himself. >> reporter: on sunday, july 19 he was hanging out with friends in his neighborhood in north philadelphia. at 11:00 p.m., police were called for shots fired. someone came banging on my door, it was his girlfriend telling me that izzi got shot. i ran around the corner and once i saw him on the street laying down, i couldn't go over there, i just dropped over right there. why would they kill my son.
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>> reporter: the city is offering up to $20,000 as a reward that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsibility. call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. i don't know if anyone knows anything, saw anything of this person, come forward, because this is a life and there are other lives that have been taken afterwards. >> reporter: for crime fighters i'm rick williams. channel 6 "action news." right now, yoko ono's son said his mother was released from the hospital in new york city. sean ono lennon on twitter said his mother was home and running around as usual. the 83-year-old singer is the widow of john lennon. many took part in the
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fallen his or her polar bear plunge. the ocean temperature was 40 degrees, which is warmer than the past few years, the annual event raises money for the philadelphia fallen heros fund. we'll be right back.
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whfight back fastts tums smoothies starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue and neutralizes stomach acid at the source tum, tum, tum, tum smoothies! only from tums sole glad you're waking up with us on sunday morning. the oscars are being criticized for all white acting. spotlight won four awards for best picture and director and screen play for robert altman
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award. brie larceny son won best actress for her role in room. 50 shades of gray picked up several golden raspberry awards. fantastic four as the career's worst film. worst actress for dakota johnson. the pair won worst screen combo. sylvester stallone picked up an award for reviving his career. students in hunting valley montgomery county, the students loved this class trip. katherine scott was there. >> reporter: high above in outer space or plunging to the dents of the deep blue sea, a virtual
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field trip for students at pine mill elementary, all they have to do is pick up one of these. you actually feel like you're there. it's pictures you see in a book, when i saw it, it was awesome. third through 5th graders are taking turns trying to out the technology. it's part of the exhibition pioneer program. for a year they are showcasing the equipment for free at hundreds of different schools. there's a photo inside the cardboard viewer, teachers can load up 100 different scenes and guided tour on their tablet. i think it's a great way to get kids have a hands on experience and see what they are learning about. look up, look down, look all day around, 360-degree photo spheres, 3d video and image as
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and ambient sounds make it feel like you're there. these kids have grown up with technology. they have digital natives they have had it since the moment they were born. they come to expect it. any opportunity we have to engage them with technology is something we try to do. google will eventually charge schools, but there's no word on what the price tag will be. google is piloting the program at schools all over the world. to learn about the possibility of getting your school involved, visit us on your website at katherine scott channel 6 "action news." a new study highlights just how dangerous it is to use a cell phone while driving. virginia tech researchers found two out of three crashes were caused by distracted driving. people who texted were three times more likely to get into a wreck. dialing a call was more dangerous. feeling sad while driving he
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increased the risk of accident ten times, that's riskier than being tired or eating behind a wheel. a family in utah is seeing double over and over again. twin sisters gave birth to twins. right besides them are two other sets of twins. both women had their twins five years ago. in between, they had a daughter. the sisters have nine children combined. all will be raised together as next-door neighborhoods. we think we're busy. here's some of the stories we're working on for you this morning. a police officer's first night organ the job, tragically we're bringing you the details out of virginia this morning. are you ready for a hollywood's biggest night? we are. this morning we have a preview of the 88th academy awards on
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6abc. plus a complete update from meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather. we'll see you back here after the break.
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bask in a spring fling, february is ending with highs in the 60s. hillary clinton soars to victory in south carolina. she and donald trump are going
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strong heading into super tuesday. it is oscar sunday live on 6abc. sylvester stallone, rocky balboa is up for hollywood's biggest prize. and there's a protest outside the oscar venue. the action cam is live along kelly drive near boathouse row. it is shaping up to be a beautiful day. we'll warm up nicely. let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather. >> reporter: good morning, nydia. believe it or not, this is the 14th time this winter season we have 60 degrees or higher. we have another gorgeous day on the way. a lot of sunshine expected. not a cloud in the sky right now. even though the temperatures are chilly as i speak we'll warm up nicely in the afternoon. we have a windchill of 29 in quakertown. pilots, 32. center city, 36. chester, 3


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