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officials say they were scared off by her high security system. the break-in happened in salem county at a home in upper pitsgrove township. walter perez is joining us with the details. >> reporter: the home is located across this field here in a rural section of salem county, new jersey, and more than anything else, this story is a great example of modern technology put to good use. >> as you can see from the voice foota footage, the burglar carefully enter the home and exchange pleasantries with the dogs inside. it notifies the homeowner and allows her to see what is going on real time and to communicate
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with the burglars. >> they panicked and quickly ran away, they got away with a lock box of jewelry and documents. the authorities are asking if you recognize these two men to call the barracks in woods town. >> in case are you wondering that security system automatically mutes the sound of the communication with the burgers, that is why you don't hear her voice, anybody with information is asked to call state police in woodstown. walter perez, channel 6 "action news." right now tens of thousands of verizon workers are on strike across the country including here in philadelphia. >> no contract, no peace! >> the action cam was in chinatown with a massive picket line forms. workers for the land line division are up says about wages, and benefits and job
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security. more coming up tonight at 6:00. new at 5:00, a memorial arrangements have been announced for sports business icon, ed schneider, he was credited to bringing the flyers to philadelphia. they are honor schneider's life and legacy a week from tomorrow at the wells fargo center, doors open at 11:30, the event begins at 1:00, it's free and open to the public. we are at the big board now with the surprise sentencing in texas for the so-called, affluenza teenager. at first prosecutors thought they could only put ethan couch behind bars for a few months but today a texas judge ordered couch to spend nearly two years in prison. and we turn now to lauren lister live in los angeles. >> reporter: it was the maximum amount of time the judge could
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give. he outlined the other probation terms staying away from drugs and alcohol and prosecutors saw a change in ethan couch during his time in custody. 19-year-old ethan couch better known as the affluenza teen in adult court for the first time wednesday. facing more jail time, the judge ordered just under two years behind bars after he violated his probation. >> that is a considerable time to spend in the county jail. he was the subl of a manhunt when he and his mother tanya ran off to mexico. this video shows couch apparently at a beer pong party, violating his probation after killing four people in a drunk driving crash as a 16-year-old.
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and his defense team arguing he was too spoiled to know right from wrong. he has been in custody since, celebrating his 19th birthday in a solitary cell like this one. >> it's having an impact on him i believe that. >> and tanya released on bond in february, after pleading not guilty to a felony charge of hindering the apprehension of a fugitive. >> we learned that couch's parents were unable to foot the bill for ethan's court ordered rehab. this for a teen whose first defense hinged on a wealthy upbringing. >> thank you lauren. penndot's top officials came together to talk about ways to save more lives. they took part in the pennsylvania safety summit here in center city. the idea was to figure out ways to fix the roads, they say the
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biggest problems is drunk driving and aggressive driving and distracted driving. >> when are you in a car you are in a vehicle that could impact your own life and others on the roadways as well. it's important that you are 100% focused on what you are doing. richards says lawmakers are looking into increasing fines for distract distracted driving. philadelphia's new police chief is about to make history by taking office. regina price is the first to head a police department in the county and today she spoke with sara bloomquist live in upper darby with more. >> hi there rick, today regina price will be sworn in as the first police chief in upper darby, there are remarkable firsts. no doubt about it chief price will be a pioneer. within hours she will be chief regina price, a distinct and
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responsibility a job she wanted her entire 30 years in law enforcement. she comes from the riviera beach police department in florida where she rosed to rank of major. >> it's still surreal for me now and it's starting to sink in, but i'm still kind of up on the cloud nine right now with the whole selection process and actually being selected. >> the mother of three boys will become a trailblazer as the first african-american chief in the township and that is not all. >> the first female for the township and the first female for the county as a chief of police officer. that is a first. it's not something that we were looking for but it happened that way and we are thrilled about that though. >> she has a lot of education and a lot of experience as a police officer. >> they have been opinions
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about what they want their now chief to do. >> it's drugs. we need change in the county. >> definitely a positive especially with the racial stuff with police. >> it's tough being in law enforcement at this time, give what is happening nationally in law enforcement. there is a lot of relationships that have to be repaired. mainly law enforcement and the community, and i think i have a good handle on that and i think it will work well. >> price admits she doesn't know what her first priorities will be, she wants to get into the department and feel things out and make an assessment and is an advocate for better training and wants to improve relations between the police department and the community. sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. more than 100 students from across the country and in our area met president obama today
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in the sixth annual science fair. the top students took part. 19-year-old mark couples showed off his headphone case, he created special channels on the edge for head phone wires. >> we needed an idea that would change the world in a way and i put on my head phones to listen to music and came up with that idea. >> the white house is encouraging students to share ideas on social media using the #~ wh science fair. lets go to matt pellman for the traffic report. >> schuylkill expressway eastbound, here is our third problem. this one in south philadelphia, a crash involving several vehicles as you can see by 28th street, it's knocking out the left lane and stop and go from the boulevard from this point at
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28th street, if you head towards the phils game, this will slow you down on the eastbound side of the schuylkill. several accidents this afternoon, one in college villa long 29 at west drive. and normal slowing on westbound 422 with speeds in the 20s. a lot better than yesterday on the westbound 30 bypass, speeds in the 50s but a bus accident in downingtown by the best buy by woodbine road and avondale along fifth street and a crash intel coat garden road near lynn road. >> we'll check it again in the next half hour. more ahead on "action news" at 5:00, tensions are rising in the race to the white house, the new fight for donald trump as the democrats face off for support in new york. first, vice president, joe bid biden, is taking his question to fight cancer overseas.
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after much criticism the governor of north carolina wants to change but not scrap a state law that affects the rights of lesbian and gay and transgender people. he wants law makers to have the right to sue, but does not want to change the laws on gender specific access. bruce springsteen recently canceled a concert in the state because of the controversial law. and joe biden is taking his battle on cancer to the vatican city, they will meet about new break throughs in medicine. president obama put joe biden in charge of an initiative. and he is talking about accelerating cancer research, and probe francis plans to attend part of the conference. the medical marijuana bill is headed to the desk of governor, tom wolf right now,
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the state passed it sometime ago and wolf supports the bill and that makes pennsylvania the 14th state to legalize marijuana. it could take months if not years until retailers are opened. currently a safe harbor provision allows parents to provide marijuana to their child if they buy is legally from another state. and there is more progress from a man that used brain waves and cutting edge technology to overcome his paralysis. ali gorman is here with more. >> two years ago he made international headlines when he was the first person to move a paralyzed hand using his own thoughts. that day he picked up a spoon. but now take a look at what he can do. ethan has enough dexterity to
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play video games and swipe a credit card. a chip was implanted in his brain at the ohio state medical center, it's connected to wires that come from his head and hooked to an electronic sleeve. >> it creates a neuro bypass from the brain to the injured part of the spinal cord and back down to the forearm over the injury and reanimating his paralyzed limb. >> i always new something would happen. and something is happening. >> the ohio state team wants to streamline the technology for use outside of the lab. it could help people who have spinal or brain injuries become more independence. if you are trying to eat healthier don't be fooled by tricky labels. some say heart healthy or low fat but they could hide
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unhealthy ingredients, if they cut out fat some add in extra fat and sugar to keep the taste. something may have more fiber but extra calories, it's better to get it from natural sources like fruit and flax seed and muffins, most of them are not good for you. >> muffins are essentially cupcakes without frosting, flour, sugar and oil but are marketed address a healthy option. some muffins can have more calories than a donut. can you find recipes online to make healthier versions of your food, you want to look for natural ingredients low in sugar and refined sugar and fats.
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>> the topping is the worst part. >> thank you ali. the philadelphia streets department is celebrating earth month by expanding their yard waste department, there will be several city wide drop-off locations on two saturdays, on april 16th and 30th, you can business pose of brush cuttings and limbs and other items for recycling, you can find the list on our website at 6abc.com. still to come on "action news" at 5:00, how the sixers are giving five startup companies the chance of a lifetime. and a piece of star wars history goes for big bucks and it all goes for a good cause. and follow us on social media for the latest headlines, on facebook, facebook.com/6abcactionnews twitter we are at 6 abc.
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we are getting a look at the sixers new training complex in camden and it will be home to the insewvation lab. five businesses will get marketing sportsmanships from the sixers and office space and
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networking opportunities. the university of delaware football team went the distance for others in need today. the players hosted their eighth annual be the match bone marrow drive. they partnered with uv nurses and resident assistants. today ud added 1900 members to the registry and 13 went on to donate including four football players. four dental screenings were given today. they offered screenings for oral cancer all part of oracle and neck cancer month. people got a free screening and talked about risk cancers and how to spot thyroid and throat cancers. a piece of star wars history sold for nearly $200,000. this is the leather jacket worn by hans solo, it went for
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degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar showing we have broad high pressure across the eastern great lakes, that is dominating our weather, if you look here across central pennsylvania, though you can see clouds. it's a short wave a piece of energy moving through and no precipitation with it. but a few clouds here and there. if you head to the phillies game you will want to take a jacket. first pitch 7:05, 55 degrees by the ninth inning, down to 50 degrees, definitely a chill in the air. especially in the shade, so dress for the weather. tonight temperatures are dropping near the freezing point and it will be a frosty night in the suburbs, allentown 33 and land caffer 32 and philadelphia 40 degrees, the national weather service has issued frost advisories for two areas the northwest suburbs and interior
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south jersey. you know the drill, if you have the outdoor plants, bring them indoors or throw a blanket over your early blooms. this is another tough night. the day planner tomorrow, wall-to-wall sunshine after a chilly start to the day 8:00, 45 and temperatures climbing and should briefly tough the low 60s at 9:00 before dropping down to 57 degrees, the high is 62 and it will be warmer than today. and then we start a gradual warm-up as we head into the weekend, the five-day at 5:00, loads of sunshine and milder than today. 62 degrees and we bump it up another 2 degrees and friday 54 and 67 on saturday and temperatures skyrocket and sunday 74 and monday grab the shorts, temperatures near 80 but cooler weather is on the way next week, adam will talk about that coming up in the full
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"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. hello again, here is what is happening on "action news" news wednesday night. the war of words continues between donald trump and the republican party. we are live with the very latest tonight. and a father is recovering after being carjacked and shot while waiting for his young son and the shooter is still on the loose. and mayor jim kenney reveals his plan to rid city neighborhoods of gaffe graffiti. this all over the delegate process which trump calls rigged. rnc chairman says that trump needs to give us all a break. he is continuing his march to
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the gop delegate majority and later today he hosts his first of three events in pittsburgh. the first time he was in the state and he won't be alone. senator cruz will also rally in pennsylvania and rally supporters in eerie. on the democratic side bernie sanders picked up an endorsem t endorsement. the new york transit union backed sanders. and with more on all of this and the developments from the campaign trail, let head to marcy gonzales live in new york. >> reporter: it's a lot going on. ahead of next week's primary, here hillary clinton is holding another event tonight and thousands of people are already lining up for a big rally that sanders is holding in a few hours, this after another busy day of campaigning. bernie sanders back in brooklyn
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campaigning and picketing with striking verizon workers. >> thank you for your courage in standing up for justice and corporate greed. >> hillary clinton picked up the endorsement of the daily news, in less than a week before the primary here clinton is looking ahead to the general election going after frontrunner, donald trump. >> he called mexicans rapists and murderers and wants to ban all muslims from coming to the united states. and the list goes on. >> donald trump against the republican party and their rules. >> this is a dirty fix. the rnc, the republican national committee, they should be ashamed themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> chairman responding, the
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nomination process has been known for a year and beyond, it's the responsibility of of the campaigns to understand it. complaints now? give us all a break. >> donald needs to stop threatening the voters and stop threatening the delegates, he is not a mobster. >> ted cruz there is still fighting in part to overcome the whole new york values comment just days before the primary here, he is polling behind trump and john kasich. reporting live marcy gonzales, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. >> world news tonight with david muir has more on the war of words with donald trump and the republican party. you can watch that tonight at 6:30 following "action news" at 6:00. >> now, to a story that "action news" first brought you yesterday at 5:30. the search continues for a gunman that carjacked and shot a father waiting for his son. "action news" reporter,
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katherine scott spoke to a family member of the victim earlier today. >> usually he comes to pick up his son every day after school. >> samara says each day her brother-in-law comes to pick up his 13-year-old son who he watches after school. but as he waited on the 3900 block of west kensington he was shot and carjacked by two suspects. >> he beeped the horn and when he was waiting for his son to come out someone came and told him they were the dea and knocked him out and hit him with a gun and after that shot him. >> they took off in his 2016 dodge ram pickup and left the father of three bleeding in the street. officers on patrol found him and rushed him to the hospital. >> thank god the kids were sleeping and didn't see what
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happened. >> the black pickup was found less than a half mile away on randolph street. >> we found what looked to be fresh fingerprints on the drivers side door and they will dust for fingerprints and see if they get dna. >> we are praying that he will be fine. >> right now police don't have a detailed description of the suspects, they took off down norris street and they are checking surveillance cameras to see if they find more details of their description. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." detectives are trying to unravel a mystery tonight after a man was found dead inside of a west philadelphia home. chopper 6 hd was over the scene of north edgewood street. authorities say this started at 4:30 this morning when neighbors suddenly heard gunshots. officers arrived and saw a man looking out of a window and s.w.a.t. teams set up a perimeter and after a short time
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they went inside of the home and found a 22-year-old man with two gunshot wounds, he later died at the hospital and detectives searched the house and found a man hiding towards the back and he was taken into custody. lawyers for comedian bill cosby went for an appeals court in philadelphia today. cosby's lawyers urged the court to seal testimony from a decade ago where cosby testified to having extramarital affairs and giving quaaludes to women. that was part of a sexual assault lawsuit and cosby says it's not relevant to today's court battles and should be sealed. philadelphia mayor, jim kenney, is vowing to clean up neighborhoods across the city. kenney hit the streets with abates committee, and got a look at the work being done to spruce
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up neighborhoods. >> every neighborhood matters and this neighborhood like every neighborhood in the city needs attention and needs help and to respect the people that live here and the businesses that thrive here. >> kenney says that it will be expanded and no neighborhood will go untouched. the city is looking to hire hundreds of teenage workers, registration is open for the 2016 summer youth employment program, applicants can register through may 21st, and they will get a lottery number, and two lotteries will be held to pick the participants. placement is available at a number of businesses and agencies. big news out of citizens bank park sir paul mccartney is coming to perform this summer. he will bring his one-on-one tour tuesday july 12th, tickets go on sale on friday via ticketmaster. mccartney played a soldout show
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last year at the wells fargo center. he is a legend. >> yes, he is. and so is matt pellman in the traffic center. probably can't sing as well. >> i can't play the guitar. no. i appreciate that sentiment very much. good afternoon, we are not appreciating this situation on the schuylkill expressway, if you are trying to get to the bank for the phils game it's a slow go from the eastbound lanes at the boulevard to this point at 28th street where we have the multivehicle accident taking out the right lane, our third problem of the afternoon on the eastbound schuylkill, this one is the biggest. causing big delays on the eastbound boulevard. work your way over to 95 southbound to get down to the bank for tonight's ball game, because the schuylkill eastbound is a mess with speeds in the teens and less. northbound on ryan avenue stick to the outer drive there. and a wreck at lawn fall road
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and upper providence, by the min night church a crash at west drive with normal slow stuff at 422. rick and monica back over to you. >> thank you see you tomorrow. it's a sure sign that spring is finally here. -- drum performers helped to kick off the subaru cherry blossom festival, here at the school for the deaf and the students signed the national anthem. the school will receive a grove of cherry trees and they were treated by a japanese folk tale brought to them by sheila hess. a grandmother on her way to see her grandchildren is stranded in the desert for nine days and survives. and the story of inky the
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octopus who is now roaming the ocean blue after escaping the aquarium. >> another chilly night on tap, we have frost advisory for most of interior southern new jersey, from midnight until 10:00 a.m. there is a big warm up on the way in the accuweather forecast. >> and jaime apody has sports including the flyers getting ready for the first round of the playoffs and a swan song for kobe bryant tonight. when "action news" comes right back.
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i believe bernie sanders is a protestor. he's not scared to go up against the criminal justice system. he's not scared. that's why i'm for bernie. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. a woman was stranded for more than a week in the arizona desert with nothing more than her pets and a will to live. 70-year-old ann rogers was driving to phoenix with her dog and cat to visit her grandchildren, and made a wrong turn and ran out of gas, she had limited supplies and limited cell phone service. >> i knew my friends and family were feeling knowing i was gone and missing for so long. >> she camped in her car and drank pond water and ate plants
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to stay alive and created this help word in the sand with rocks and sticks and a helicopter saw it and amazingly she was not hurt. >> amazing. jaime apody is here and the flyers are heading to the playoffs. >> i love the nhl playoffs you know why? >> why? >> anything can happen. they are getting ready to tip-off with the washington capitals, the orange and black held a nice long practice before leaving for our nation's capital, they may be playing the top team of the league and but they beat them 2 of 4 times and anything can happen in the playoffs. and home ice too. >> how big of a challenge it tomorrow night? >> it's a huge challenge obviously but it's a lot of fun and exciting and we are working for this for a long long time. and we made it to the playoffs and it's a great series.
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>> one you got to watch is the rookie shane, he will get his first taste of playoff hockey. >> the cool and lucky, and some guys are not here in their whole career and it's my rookie season and i am in the playoffs. it's different and take it in stride and gain the experience. >> i don't have to tell shane a lot. he is handling it well. and has a lot of new experiences this year and it's another new experiences, the level of scrutiny and intensity goes up another notch but he has a history of handling the situations pretty well. >> i know the questions are you wond wondering what is up with jake voracek's hair? tonight at 6:00 i'll do some digging. the flyers announced plans for a memorial for ed schneider.
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it's 1:00 p.m. on friday. and he hopes to have a better outing in his home debut. he is coming off the fractured thumb in the spring. >> i am okay with it and just trying to get out to like i did last year. there were a few things i could have done better, i'm looking forward to doing the same thing. it's hard to believe that kobe bryant will play his last game tonight. capping a career he began 20 years ago -- like this -- >> isn't it amazing, it's been two decades since the announcement at lower merion high school. he won five championships and one mvp and 18 all-star appearances and finish with the third most points in nba
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history. philadelphia has mixed feelings about him for obvious reasons but you can't deny his body of work and will leave as one of the greatest nba players of all time. >> it's tough to see, so far i've been pretty cool about everything. very thankful about everything and happy about everything. it hasn't really hit me yet. we'll see if it does. >> you wonder what his emotions will be like. >> i played in a celebrity basketball game with kobe when was in high school, and threw me a no look pass and in the face. he passed it to me but i didn't catch it. >> it's all good. thanks jaime. we made it to wednesday, so what better way to celebrate hump day than with a lot of laughs and romance tonight. it kicks off with the middle and the goldbergs at 8:30 and 9:00
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i'm shaughnessy naughton. i approve this message because i am not a career politician. adam is here and we are soaked in sunshine. >> smiling from ear to ear and that sunshine will stick around for a good chunk of that seven-day forecast. a little chilly but overall good. high clouds coming in from the north and west and not really stopping the sun from going to work here and blossoming, especially those tulips right now. as we get a lot of pictures on our social media sites, share
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yours and we'll pick the best and share them on the air, this comes from david in wynnewood, pennsylvania. the tulips are about to burst open and enjoy the april sunshine. 58 is the high today and a little bit below the normal of 62 degrees, the record is 89 set in 1977, the low 40 degrees, right around average for this time of year and the sunsetting now close to 20 mines to 8:00. 56 allentown as well as trenton, wilmington and dover. a popular number right now. a bit cooler at the shore with the wins coming in off the ocean, only in the upper 40s from beach haven all the way down to the tip of cape may county. there is cloud covering coming in from the west. that whisks its way through and does not disturb us so to speak. patchy clouds passing overnight and turns frosty and most of the suburbs with temperatures
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dipping close to the freezing points, 40 for center city and the major cities like wilmington and possibly downtown trenton with the northeasterly winds 3 to 6 miles per hour. but as we start on the chilly side, we'll kick the temperatures up in the afternoon with full sunshine, 62 allentown un63 in reading and 60 in millville and 58 in toms river and with the wind in the northeastly direction and cooler at the shore 10 degrees cooler in fact than inland locations. going into the weekend a traffic jam in the atmosphere. we'll set up the omega block, with low pressure on either side of the high and that jams up our weather system and nothing moves and the good thing is, we are under high pressure under this omega block meaning sinking air and lots of sunshine and that continues into the weekend, and eventually next weeks that front comes in to kick the high away.
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the exclusive accuweather forecast, you'll see nothing but full sunshine here from thursday, friday, saturday, sun and each day the temperatures slowly climb back up into the afternoon from the low to the mid to upper 60s and eventually mid-70s by the second half of the weekend. and then find the shorts definitely here by monday. as we approach 80 degrees with clouds pulling back in. a quick shower monday into early tuesday, that will drop temperatures back to seasonable norms in the mid to upper 60s but overall that is one good looking seven-day forecast. i'm not looking at you when i say good looking. >> too late. now to a great escape that is no fish tale. an octopus made its way out a new zealand aquarium. inky found a weak spot in his tank and came through a small
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it was a beautiful day to get out and do some spring cleaning in philadelphia. staff and faculty took part in the spring cleanup. including putting a fresh coat of paint on the back bards and planting flowers and more. >> looking nice. now jim gardner and the "action news" team are coming up with these stories. an eighth grader is stabbed with scissors in the city's logan section. we have the latest. verizon workers walk off the job and what is missing from their contract talks that sent them to the picket lines and a
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elementary school on west loudoun street, police arrested another eighth grade girl as the suspect. gray hall is live outside of school in the logan section of the city. >> reporter: jim, tonight that investigation continues. we know the incident happened on the third floor of this school behind me and we learned that the two students knew each other other and they had a dispute before. police say an eighth grader went on attack at cook elementary wednesday morning. >> i'm speechless. >> parents rushed to the school when they got word of the violence. >> i got a texfrom my kids and i was not surprised. they own have one school police officer and it's always something here at this school. >> the eighth grade female student stabbed another student after they got

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