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friday, april 8. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us we're following breaking news. two people are dead after a violent single-car crash in south philadelphia we're live on the scene. villanova fans show strength in numbers at the victory parade in center city. unpack that winter coat, more freezing temperatures on the way for the weekend. sorry to say that. karen rogers is appropriately dressed for the studio, david murphy how are you doing out there. >> reporter: it's cool this morning, a jacket with a suit coat is probably enough as you head outside. we're getting ready for sunshine pop up over the horizon. later today we'll see the clouds filter in and we'll wind up with partly sunny skies. 44 degrees in philadelphia 40 in allentown. 41 in trenton. 42 in wilmington. a little bit of a breeze blowing as we go through the morning and afternoon 10 to 20 miles per
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hour. the temperatures improve a little bit, but it's cooler. we'll spend the morning in the 40s and the afternoon in the 50s, today's high, 55 around 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. a couple of layers if you're heading to the villanova parade it will be breezy. saturday night, there's a freeze watch in effect. saturday night into sunday morning we'll see the temperatures dip below freezing again. this is the third one of these we've had in about a week. plants come indoors if you have them in pots outside. cover up anything sensitive. we're in for a little bit of rain and wet snow. i'll have a the impact and look at that on future tracker 6 in a few minutes. >> reporter: david we're following a horrible accident in south philadelphia. columbus boulevard is blocked we can see emergency workers on the scene. northbound we had crews on the scene. northbound traffic was getting by, stick to front or i-95 as they conduct the accident investigation on columbus
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boulevard. burlington bristol bridge scheduled to go up 6:05. stick to the connector bridge instead. looking good on the vine street expressway, we didn't close for the construction overnight. well next week. westbound traffic doesn't look too bad. usually we jam up around this time. eastbound is a tad slow, but clear on the vine. we're dry. hopping in from new jersey, deptford and turnersville. northbound traffic moving just fine. all the majors showing no big problems just yet. of course, we're getting excited about the villanova parade we'll see lots of closures, but that doesn't impact your morning commute. villanova fans are going to converge on center city getting ready to celebrate the villanova victory. the parade will take jay wright the men's team cheerleaders and
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the band ato city hall. katherine scott is live at dilworth parking lot. >> reporter: thousands of expected to be here for the parade. the parade steps off at 20th and market ends with a rally at dilworth park. there's fences along here, they have signs up, they have tow trucks nearby as they clear out the parade route. coach jay wright and the basketball team will address a cheering crowd. the big dance is over the trophy is back home. now it's time for nova nation to celebrate. celebrate they will when the victory parade comes down market street at 1:00 p.m. nearby businesses are prepped and ready for crowds. we're set up for a long line, you know, a lot of people high volume the more the him or herrier. on the on the merrier -- the
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more the merrier. >> reporter: septa will provide more regional rails. buses will be detoured around city hall from 10:30 to 6:00 p.m. the city is planning for 50,000 people, but thing attendance will be less than that. we figured that the bread will be about an hour, and the program anywhere between half-hour 45 minutes. our key concern is is to be able to get center city back open for rush hour. but the evening rush hour is expected to be busy around here. if there is overcrowding it's possible that 15th an city hall stations will be bypassed in the event there will be train announcements and personnel from septa in red shirts around the area pointing people in the right direction.
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katherine scott channel 6 "action news." thanks, katherine. expect detours if you plan to drive through center city today. market from 15th to 23rd will be blocked off beginning at 11:00 a.m. along with 15th and jfk boulevard to chestnut. cross traffic on market street will depend on whether the parade moved past the intersection. we'll broadcast the victory parade live in its entirety special coverage begins at 1:00 p.m. after "action news" at noon. we'll stream live at 6abc.com and facebook and live tweet the festivities on twitter. a single car accident in south philadelphia left two people dead. the action cam is live along columbus boulevard and oregon avenue where the car is smashed into bits. now dash cam video we just got in from a witness shows the car traveling in the left lane, you see it there, the driver losses control, sparks fly and then
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crashes into the building on the right. two people were pronounced on the scene. two others were badly injured. investigators are working to figure out what caused the deadly crash. there is some damage to the peco buildings. inspectors say, though it is safe to go inside. and we're following a developing story a suspicious fire is under investigation in germantown. according to officials the blaze broke out on the 200 block of east church lane before 2:00 a.m. fire crews found a small fire near the front door of an apartment building they put it out quickly. the fire marshal is working to find out if the fire was intentionally set. new on "action news," a 9-year-old boy is on the mend after shooting himself in the hand. this happened after 1:11 p.m. in the 1500 block of south 32nd street. the child pulled the trigger after finding the gun in his parents room. the detectives questioned the
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parents. no word if charges will be filed. a local businessman is breathing new life into a lehigh valley landmark. stacy delacott is in for maribel aber. >> reporter: worries over global economic growth sent stocks tumbling. a report on wholesale inventories is due out later today. at&t is charging you to upgrade your smart phone. they are charge $20 to add or upgrade a phone in the next program. you get hit with the fee even if you buy your own device and bring it to at at&t. lehigh valley developer broad the speedway for an undisclosed price. no specifics on what the bulk of
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the handle will be used for. -- the land will be used for. some will go to farming. it was the home track of mario and michael andretti. i'll send it back to you and say have a good time tow parade this afternoon. she has blue on today. way to go, stacy. >> reporter: chilly this morning, and some wet snow and freeze warning before we are done with the weekend. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we are dry for your monday as we look outside we have camera bouncing, the promise of a lot of sunshine in atlantic city and philadelphia to start out before we transition to partly sunny skies, but obviously it's windy. as you look at numbers it's cool. 44 degrees stepping outside this morning in philadelphia. clear skies for the most part, but breezy and chilly. certainly coat weather this morning. 40 in allentown. 40 in reading. 42 in millville and 47 in cape may. the clouds have cleared out
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along the east coast overnight so we'll start out with sun. eventually the clouds we'll see out west will filter in. it's breezy and cool in the lehigh valley 51 degrees. down the shore, chilly there, as well. 53 degrees. breezy and chilly, ocean temperature 49 degrees on the cool side. in philadelphia, 55 is the high partly sunny, breezy and cooler. the winds are out of the west at 10 to 20 miles per hour, certainly enough to notice. if you're heading to the parade put on layers, think about that as you choose your gear, it will be partly sunny skies, but if you're down there for the parade you're in the shadow of the buildings and the breezes blowing in between the buildings it could be uncomfortable. 1:00 p.m., 50 degrees, 4:00 p.m., 54 degrees toward the end of festivities. a nice day, dress appropriately.
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overnight, 38 degrees, winds running so to 20 miles per hour. saturday, 7:00 a.m., most of you are still dry. as we advance this to noon, the southern half of the region will be looking at rain, wet snow building in north and west. as we go through the afternoon, the wet snow may try and filter through delaware and south jersey and wind up over by the coast tomorrow night. the thing about this is, it is not going to be all that impactful. we might get a coating to a couple of inches on grassy surfaces. roads are wet. that's the way it looks. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 59 is the high, breezy and cooler. by the way if you have tickets to the union you want to bundle up for that. we'll be start out in the upper 40s. saturday, rain and wet snow mix. 45 degrees, accumulation slushy and on grassy surfaces. sunday, sunny and chilly, 48 degrees.
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monday, phillies home opener. showers possible, part li cloudy skies and -- partly cloudy skies, 61 degrees. tuesday, on and off rain, 64 degrees. back close to the 60s wednesday and thursday. cooler, but inching back up. a man is literally left hanging during an extreme marriage proposal. a peace of seafood meant for sushi gets swallowed up whole by a child. >> reporter: columbus boulevard opened in both directions after a horrible accident scene. crews are on the scene, but allowing traffic to get by at oregon everything is reopened. we'll check the schuylkill expressway and see if it is jammed anywhere when "action news" comes right back.
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6:14, you can see the sun rising up in the background. pretty sky there. probably not the temperatures we want, 44 degrees, but we have a big celebration today that we've been looking forward to. katherine scott has been telling us how that's going to impact center city. right now, karen rogers will tell us how the commute is impacted this morning.
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>> reporter: so far so good on the morning commute. we saw from the shot more people are getting up and getting out on the roads. this is the schuylkill expressway past the curve westbound traffic heading toward king of prussia. we see a good amount of volume out there. an easy 14 minute ride in both directions on the schuylkill expressway. we'll take that. no big accidents out there. erin talked about the parade. we're excited about that. you might want to take mass transit. we have extra service on the norristown high speed line, broad street line and frankford. market street is shut down between 23rd an 15th and jfk bull arrested and chestnut -- and -- jfk boulevard and chestnut, no cross vehicle. there will be vehicles detoured trying to to get around city hall. they are hoping to have
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everything back up and running for the evening commute. it's not impacting your morning commute. the weather is not impacting your morning commute. we're dry along the i-95 corridor. you ever to go to the poconos to get light snow showers. i know we hate to talk about this this time of the year. spotty sprinkle west of allentown and reading. you're looking dry elsewhere compels near the poconos. 44 degrees the temperature, cooler than yesterday, this afternoon partly sunny, not too bad, 55 is the high. new on "action news," a marriage proposal got off to a rocky start. michael banks scaled a 600-foot cliff on the southern california coast to propose to say girlfriend live on the face time app. his girlfriend said yes. then he got stuck. a helicopter had to pluck him from the rocks. police arrested him for being
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under the influence. new on "action news," a kansas toddler is recovering in the hospital after choking on a baby octopus. the 2-year-old boy's mother came home from work to find the boyfriend giving the child cpr. emergency crews rushed him to the hospital where doctors removed a 2-inch octopus from his throat. the boy had injuries to the neighbors say they are stunned to hear of allegations the boy was abused. teaches you lessons with younger kids and hear that kind of stuff is shocking. how could someone do that to the kid. it's strange. the mother's boyfriend was arrested on suspicion of child abuse. still ahead on "action news," making the stereo type about cops and donuts is rarely a good idea especially if you're
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the subject of a police chase. >> reporter: if you're dressing the kids this morning put a little extra gear on them. we have temperatures in the 40s, there's a breeze that gets into your skin if you're not dressed appropriately. we have the villanova victory parade and this afternoon a jacket works. >> reporter: in tech bytes, what a week for tesla. >> reporter: the electric car maker is reporting huge interest in the model 3. there were 325,000 preorders for the hitech 35,000-dollar car. have you ever issued you could remove the built in apps on your iphone or ipad. reports claim the ios10 will allow apple users to fully customize their home screens. >> reporter: taco bell is making it easier to order your lunch from your desk. there's a workplace app called slack. you can order solo or team up
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with co-workers. it's being tested with a handful of companies especially if you work early morning. >> reporter: but not a good idea if you work out. >> reporter: those are tech bytes.
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it is a rare occurrence to spot a white deer. you can imagine the reaction when three of them appeared together in wisconsin. one out of 20,000 deer are alby any no. they are so scarce it is illegal to hunt them. >> reporter: i don't know they exited. good for snow an hiding. on saturday. [laughter]. >> reporter: it's not going to be that bad. >> reporter: let's go outside and check the roads. we're dry, we are not complain to go david today. tomorrow is another story.
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this is fox street southbound traffic on the right-hand side moving toward the schuylkill expressway. we have not had too many problems on the majors. don't forget to grab a new schedule for the septa regional rails that start on sunday. patco is allowing extra rail cars to help out with the villanova parade, david. >> reporter: we're starting out sunny, 43 at 9:00 a.m. upper 40s boy noon. we spend the afternoon in the 50s with a high of 55 degrees around 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. partly sunny skies, breezy, jacket and maybe a sweatshirt, too if you're heading to the parade because it's going to be on the chilly side. checking the airport we've got all green aircraft which means no major delays looks like there's no sign of rain in any big travel cities. the flyers are a point behind boston and detroit in the eastern conference. they lost to the maple leafs in
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overtime. they can secure a spot by winning their last two games. 6:23, guess what it's parade day. katherine scott is live along the route at dilworth park. katherine. >> reporter: that's right, yea yea yea it's parade day, thousands of coming to the area. there's a lot you need to know, i'll have the details coming up at 6:30. they build world-class products. and that builds communities. and a better future. for all of us. because making something in america means so much, to so many. weathertech. proudly made in america.
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has published new guidelines on family life that seem to waiver on the catholic church's stance on social issues. the pontiff said the individual conscious should be the guiding principle when it comes to sex, marriage and family. he said the church must stop being so judgmental. this letter does not mean a change in the church's official doctrine. two burglary suspects in a convertible taunted police by spinning donuts during a chase. a tour bus tried to block their path. the two men patiently waited several minutes for the police to arrive anne -- and arrested
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without incident. "american idol" had a swan song last night. it was a star-studded event with blasts from the past, including jennifer hudson and pregnant kelly clark son and old co-host. "good morning america" will have more on the finale after "action news." of 27:00 we're in for a wintry weekend sort off. david murphy has the call from accuweather, plus the victory parade forecast. >> reporter: there's a new video in from a deadly crash on columbus boulevard overnight. we'll have an update on the breaks story next. ♪ this afternoon at dunkin', sip and save with a freshly brewed favorite for 99 cents. refresh with a medium iced tea or iced coffee for 99 cents from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. america runs on dunkin'.
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victory parade steps off this afternoon. a nasty crash in south philadelphia kills two. one man is shot and another is innocent. we have bright skies over to the east. satellite shows you a lack of cloud cover. we'll start out sunny there we go. eventsly -- eventually the clouds filter in. i'm comfortable in a suit coat, you might want to think in terms of layers later on. we're cooler than yesterday, not too bad, a little below average. the high of 55 will be at 4:00 p.m. it will be sunny and breezy. don't forget about the breeze it will make it feel cooler. over the weekend two issues,
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we've got wet snow around saturday, saturday night the temperatures will drop. this is the third time in a week we've had a freeze watch posted. here comes another one, saturday evening into sunday morning, the potted plants should come indoors once againle we'll take a look at the wet snow on future tracker 6. >> reporter: woafer a disabled vehicle on i-95 approaching cottman avenue off in the burlington bristol bridge, traffic not moving just yet. any minute now, just finishing an opening head to the turnpike connector instead. we had a horrible accident, columbus boulevard is reopened,
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things moving better at oregon avenue. speeds are not too bad in the area. starting to see slowing gone i-95 southbound cottman and girard, the schuylkill expressway traveling in the 40s. you'll see closures for the villanova parade they don't start until 11:00 a.m. today is the ultimate 6th man celebration. fans fill the streets for the villanova victory parade. city officials expect 50,000 people to gather and cheer the national champs. katherine scott is live at death worth -- dilworth park where they are setting up. >> reporter: you'll see the national champs and the coaching staff and the cheerleaders and the band. dilworth park they have the fences ready the trash cans and the stage is going up. they got the trophy now it's time for the victory parade.
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nova nation is coming to center city and businesses on parade route are ready. we're hoping for a lot of families to come in. >> reporter: street closures begin at 11:00 a.m., market from 15th to 23rd will be blocked off as well as 15th to jfk and chestnut. hours before the parade starts at 1:00 p.m. workers will post no parking signs and put out trash cans and block be off streets. this is a major event. we're staffing it with the appropriate public safety assets, fire, police, ems. >> reporter: septa will add extra capacity high speed line and market and broad street lines. a number of bulls routes will be detoured around -- bus routes will be detoured around city hall from 10:30 to 6:00 p.m.
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the evening commute will be busy. the morning commute is going as normal. everyone is encouraged to use public transportation. there will be detours and huge crowd for people who might not be familiar, septa will have people stationed around this area and nova, they will have red shirts on and point people in the right direction. have fun everybody. if you can't go, "action news" will broadcast the victory parade live in its entirety, the special coverage starts at 1:00 p.m. we'll stream it live at 6abc.com and facebook. look for our live tweets during the festivities. now to breaking news in south philadelphia. the action cam is on the scene of a deadly wreck. the driver lost control before 3:00 a.m. and crashed into a peco building. dash cam video shows the car traveling in the left lane and then the driver losing control
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crashing into the buildings often right. police say two people are dead and two more injured. accident version remain on the scene. building inspectors say the office are safe for entry. philadelphia detectives are questioning a possible suspect in a deadly double shooting the done fire erupted behind a line of businesses on the 35,000 block of city avenue in the wynnfield section of philadelphia. officers found a man lying in the parking lot with a shoulder wound. he lost a lot of blood and died a short time later. a second victim who showed up at a hospital might be an innocent bystander. he was entering the rear door of the bar on city avenue when he was hit by a stray bullet. police in germantown later pulled over a man inside a silver vehicle matching the suspect's description put out by
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investigators. officers recovered a handgun and crfer at the -- cell phone at the scene. mayor jim ken kenny will swap out fire commissioner. adam thiel will preplace daric sawyer who was pointed by mayor nutter. donald trump's team will broaden his appeal, a new associated press poll shows an increase in his unpopularity. seven in ten americans including close to half of republican voters it is an opinion shared across most major demographics. bill bill clinton clashedh
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demonstrators in west oak lane. they called out mr. clinton for the 1994 crime bill calling it too harsh. the president responded correctly. i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them out on the streets to murder other african-american children maybe you thought they were good citizens she didn't. meanwhile, bernie sanders scored a key endorsement for the communication workers of america while in philadelphia yesterday. let's turn to the accuweather forecast. david murphy what we got? >> reporter: it's chilly and breezy. tomorrow we have wet snow and freeze watch. a lot of stuffer going on over the next -- a lot of stuff going on over the next 48 hours. we're mainly dry, picking up a sprinkle out by reading and pushing into allentown.
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that's really nothing. the big story with sun coming up over the platt bridge also you know all the -- i'm drawing a black what do you call that bridge girard point bridge, thank you. we used to call it indianapolis in the sky fore reasons i won't go into. the winds are out of the west at 16 miles per hour. here comes the sun here come the clouds. it will be cool all the way. 42 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 44 by 10:00 a.m., 48 by noon, 54 degrees by 3:00 p.m. high of 55 at 4:00 p.m. if you're heading to the villanova victory parade in center city this is about what you can expect and there will be a breeze blowing and of course when you're in the shadows of buildings, it will be chilly. put layers underneath that
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villanova jersey. 55 degrees is the high in philadelphia. 54 in wilmington. cooler up north, allentown, low 50s, same thing in cape may. everybody under partly sunny skies as we move through the afternoon. 48 degrees by noon. 50 by 1:00 p.m. partly sunny skies, the breeze blowing. dress appropriately. if you're heading to the union we're looking for or -- orlando city coming from warm florida. 43 degrees at the finish with the breeze blowing that's another one where you bundle up in layers. tomorrow, we start out dry in most areas, between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00. light rain wraps in. in the northern and western suburbs we'll see wet snow. that wet snow has a chance of wrapping through philadelphia and into south jersey and delaware in the afternoon and clears the cost by 10:00 p.m.
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this is not a big event. looks like a coating to a couple of inches on grassy surfaces, maybe parts of south jersey and delaware, that's the important point here, grassy accumulations, roads wet tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 5 degrees, breezy and cool. 45 tomorrow, sweat -- wet snow around. sunday, 48 degrees. monday, 61 phillies home opener, spotty showers, tuesday, there's rain, 64. wednesday and thursday, highs around 60. dry. you're always prepared. >> reporter: you look bad if you're a weather guy and it's raining. a drug bust was so big there was a bale for everyone
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involved in the rate. how a dog named vat -- fat vincent became skinny vinnie. >> reporter: we have problems on the roads and we'll have that when "action news" comes right back.
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now, who is bringing all this sunshine our homes?
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it is our sunshine machine, steph bryant. another one at girard point bridge overlooking south jersey. beautiful, we're going to head over to karen rogers. doesn't look too bad behind you. >> reporter: i have to say i was the morning sunshine. i'm serious jealous of stephanie and michael. >> reporter: i can't be the morning sunshine when i am talking about problems. i-95 we had a disabled vehicle northbound approaching cottman. it cleared, northbound is slow from the betsy ross bridge to cottman. this is southbound traffic i-95 at girard. no problems southbound everybody getting up going to work. southbound we have an 18 minute ride from woodhaven to new jersey. it's northbound that's causing problems right now. let's take a look right now the closures you'll see due to the victory parade. market street shut down between
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23rd and 15th and 15th between jfk boulevard and chestnut street. watch for that. if you're driving in and around the city. it's going to be tricky. take mass transit. they are adding extra capacity, broad street line, market frankford line, high speed line and dart pitching in to help out with this. all the numbers you see right now they are detouring the buses all vehicles diverted around city hall. that starts at 11:00 a.m. 44 degrees the current temperature right now. so we want to watch for that. we're seeing a sprinkle in the poconos. mixed precipitation where it's 32 degrees. the rest of the area looking dry. maybe a rain drop near allentown. 55 is the high, breezy and cooler than yesterday. matt and erin. university of texas at austin darkened the tower at the
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main building to honor a murder victim. haruka weiser was a freshman and victim of assault and endured unthinkable brutality. police released this video the focus of their investigation. u.s. coast guard released photos of a 14-ton drug bust. they need conrecess -- con confiscating the drug since january. grand jury indicted the albert fisher yesterday on charges including wire fraud and conspiracy. fisher and his wife ran management services that
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provided services to fraternities and sororities. they spent the money on crews and shopping sprees at high-end department stores. a pup with a weight problem turns into one hot dog. >> reporter: we have villanova gear on the kids as some of at home might be heading to the parade of we have the hood up, it's winds and chilly. a jacket works this afternoon. i'll have the day planner coming up next.
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6:50 time for a preview of "good morning america." ginger zee joins us live from nyc with the run down. >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a.," the race for the white house, ted cruz facing criticism over his comments about new york values and person attacks heating up on the democratic side. plus, bill clinton making headlines after facing off against protesters in philadelphia. the latest on the shocking murder at the university of texas. the campus is on edge as new details emerge about the victim. police releasing a surveillance video of a possible suspect. we talked to the austin police chief this morning. high speed car chase, of course this is in california
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playing out on live tv. two burglar suspects doing donuts and taking selfies before police caught up to them. one more from sunny los angeles, yeah, the end of an era, "american idol" ending after 15 seasons. it's all coming up next on "g.m.a." thanks, ginger. see you in a bit. >> reporter: all right it's friday, you're trying to head to work, you're trying to take the schuylkill expressway. let's show you what it looks like approaching belmont eastbound traffic coming toward you. a 20 minute ride between the blue route and the vine, eastbound and westbound not too bad heading out on the schuylkill expressway. an accident east norton germantown pike at felt ton road. overall on the big picture, slow speeds on the schuylkill expressway. i-95 19 miles per hour southbound heavy northbound as well because of an earlier disabled vehicle blocking a lane
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approaching cottman, dave. >> reporter: karen, it's chilly, temperatures in the 40s. it's made chillier by this, winds in the teens, 16 miles per hour in philadelphia. 1 in sea isle city a couple of layers is you head out. it will be cooler and breezy today partly sunny skies through most of the day. in the 40s in the morning, 50s in the afternoon. the high of 55 comes in around 4:00 p.m. if you're heading to the villanova parade a couple of layers have a good time it's not going to rain today. new this morning an overweight dog that was dumped at a texas animal shelter has lost half of its weight. fat vincent was dropped off after the owner died. they helped the pooch tone down. he is now known as skinny vinnie and almost ready to be adopted.
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two people were killed and two injured in a one car crash. viewer video shows the driver weaving around on columbus boulevard and veering off the road into a peco building. detectives are questioning a
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possible suspect in a deadly double shooting along city avenue. police found a victim in the parking lot and died a short time later. police suspect the second victim was an innocent by standard. our special coverage of the villanova victory parade starts at 1:00 p.m. we'll stream it live on 6abc.com and facebook and festivities on twitter. >> reporter: let's look outside live check on i-95 northbound is getting back to normal. southbound on the right-hand side you see the jam. that's the normal morning volume. 23 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine him we've seen worse and we've seen better. 42 not looking bad. >> reporter: we're mainly dry, sprinkles north of reading, allentown might pick up some of that. we're chilly 55 degrees does high partly sunny and breezy. if you're heading to the villanova parade or the young tonight or movie and dinner
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tonight a couple of layers not a bad idea. karen rogers the the philosopher, we've seen worse and we've seen better. isn't that the story of life. sometimes up here sometimes down here. see you later! for years, i was a laboratory chemist,
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developing drugs to fight deadly diseases. as a scientist, i know there's more that washington can do to help families. i'm running for congress to protect planned parenthood funding so more women get cancer screenings and treatment... to pass a ban on fracking in the delaware river basin to preserve our clean water, and to always protect medicare and social security. i'm shaughnessy naughton and i approve this message.
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good morning, america. deep freeze. 20 states from the midwest to the northeast, temperatures plunging. snow coming for millions. this lot going from this to this overnight and more on the way. heated clash. former president bill clinton campaigning for hillary faces off against protesters. >> you are defending the people who kill the lives you say matter. from the subway to the diner, the candidates battling for the big prize in new york. a scene straight out of hollywood. the car thiefs on the run captured on live tv doing doughnuts on the freeway nearly colliding with the tmz bus then selfies and hugs. the moment police finally caught them. ♪ since you been gone and "american idol" out. the groundbreaking show that launched countless careers for

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