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villanova is one and done in march madness. a rival gop healthcare proposal and this one was crafted outside of congress. ♪ >> music legend which you can berry has died, this morning, remembrances are pouring in. >> a pleasant good morning you it is 6:00 a.m., sunday, the eve of spring, yes you can rejoice, plus, winter is still hanging
on, sky6 live hd taking you live right here, a look over atlantic city, winter, please go away. >> the vernal equinox here tomorrow. >> reporter: old man winter has a foot out the door. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. it's chilly this morning, but temperatures are above freezing, which means nothing froze up overnight, we don't have to worry about black ice or slush or anything like that. as we flip it over to the radars, we have showers a spritz and sprinkle showing up in the delaware bay region and extreme portions of southern south jersey and cape may county and southern cumberland county and fortescue and the villas in cape may. the snow is flying across baltimore and the west, and mason dixon line, it's a just a few flakes at that. it's quiet, all temperatures are above the freezing mark of 32.
36 in philadelphia. millville, 36. allentown, 34. cape may, 38. dover, 37. forecast for today starting out with a lot of the clouds and the clouds gradually thin out we see an increase in sunshine as the day wears on. with the added sun that will help get the temperatures up a notch. 47 degrees by 3:00 p.m., high temperatures topping out around 47. >> reporter: 48. not a bad finish to the weekend. when i come back we'll talk about the milder items in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you, you can find live forecast and double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. >> new this morning, a woman has died following an overnight crash and police say the driver responsible was under the influence. the collision happened on old york road in hunting park. the victim was a passenger in a car that ran a stop sign and hit
by a dodge durango suv, she was pronounced dead at the temple university hospital. the person at the cheel is facing a dui charge. the man and woman in the suv were bruised, but refused medical attention. flames and smoke rimmed -- ripped through the second floor of a home nobody was injured. investigators have not said how the fire started. villanova's basketball team is back on campus after the wildcats marched to a repeat championship ended in a nail biting loss in buffalo. >> it was a stunning loss, the wildcats were defeated by the wisconsin badgers. take a look, not good news, nova nation cried as the team missed
shot after shot in the final minutes of a tight game. >> the cats let a lead and championship dream slip away. we have coverage of the heartbreaker. jeff skeverski is in buffalo, but we begin with bob brooks on campus. >> reporter: they walked off the bus disappointed, players coaches hugging. season over sooner than expected. coach jay wright. >> we're still hurting, it's part of being a player, there's a lot of great ups, when you're feeling great and downs tough. it's part of being an athlete part of being a college athlete. the guys are down and will be for two days. >> reporter: despite the heartbreak over the loss, there's so much to be proud of, the number one overall team going into the tournament when you combine the last two years with the championship last year, there's so much to be proud of at villanova.
reporting in villanova, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: villanova coach jay wright said he believed they were good enough to win it all. they blew a 7 point lead in the final five minutes. their shot at a repeat ends in buffalo. >> we give them a lot of credit they made a lot of plays down the stretch. >> obviously it's tough right now, we had the best four years we could have dream of, and that's been a blessing. >> we're upset we didn't get to go out together and play another game. we're not sad that we lost, we did give it our all, but we were just disappointed we can't plateauing again. >> reporter: unfortunately early exits all too familiar for villanova only one team in the
history of the ncaa tournament has failed to get to the sweet 16 more as a number one seed than villanova. jeff skeverski which channel 6 n news." >> many hearts broken this morning. coming we'll here from the fans after getting bounced in buffalo. gop healthcare bill is getting competition from four republican governors as house leaders push for their plan on thursday. it includes ohio governor john kasich. they are looking for a gradual approach to medicaid that would keep more people covered. meanwhile, vice president pens was in florida promoting the hillary clinton. >> we're going to give states the option of block grants of medicaid to the states, so states like florida can innovate
and design medicaid around the unique needs of the people in this community. >> trump has been lobbying undecided house gop members to support the current bill. the ncbo said many would lose their healthcare under that proposal. inside story has more on the governors races at 11:30. >> new york times described which you can berry as a conceptional genius and masterful theorist. he died yesterday at 90 years old. which you can -- chuck severson looks back at his career. >> ♪ if you try to give rock and roll
another name you might call it chuck berry. the words are john lennons, but the music is as unmistakable as the man. chuck berry was the found father of rock and roll. before they named, chuck berry was playing it. but may, that little country boy could play. he combined his flash on the guitar with showman ship breaching racial barriers had 1950s, singing a new tune. ♪ chuck berry's parade of hits part of the american experience and sound track to the springtime of life for millions of baby boomers. his long road took him from the missouri of his birth to the white house where he performed
for prosecute jimmy carter, to the rock and roll hall of fame. he can count his children as the beetle, bruce springsteen and steve miller. we can count on him to fill memories for a lifetime. go johnny go, chuck severson, abc news, new york. >> chuck berry was inducted into the hall of fame in 1986. the president of the hall of fame said chuck berry is rock and roll, the undisputed poetla. a fallen harrisburg
firefighter is being laid to rest. >> the curtain will close on the philadelphia flower show you have one more day to head to holland. >> reporter: nydia we have sprinkles out there this morning, after the rain, sunshine returns and a warm up in the week ahead. details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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ends later today in center city. the doors open at the pennsylvania convention center at 8:00 a.m. the show closes at 6:00 p.m. spring is alive at the flower show, despite the chilly temperatures outside. >> so glad you're waking up with us. 6:13 a.m., the final day before spring. >> reporter: spring weather is on the way. you can't tell by the calendar. but we have spring weather. let's get you outside and show you the view. cloudy skies this morning, we have a small area of low pressure sliding to the south. that's why we're seeing the cloud cover out there, and even spritzes and sprinkles. most of us are dry and temperatures area-wide are above the freezing mark of 32 degrees which is good because some areas have snow on the ground and we're not worried about a refreeze. the black ice you see north and west should be limited. here's a look at the radar. the green showing up to the south, this is very, very light
precipitation. a lot of you are not seeing much of anything at all. here's the delaware bay, from smyrna to dover, middle town, you're included in this,s beach. sussex county and west through baltimore and washington, d.c. very light stuff drifting to the south. we'll see the return of sunshine as the system pulls away later today. 36 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint, 28. the pressure is holding steady of the winds out of the northeast at 15 miles per hour. even though temperature-wise it's going to be warmer than yesterday, the wind will pick up. it will feel colder. winds are driving out of the north/northeast, temperatures in the mid 30s. everybody in the poconos, 26 degrees, everybody else, 34 to 37 degrees. there's the upper level low
swinging through the mid atlantic states, light snow in baltimore. a couple of flurries in washington, d.c. everybody else seeing spritzes and sprinkles. 11:30 a.m., clouds are thinning out. sunshine returns for the first part of the afternoon. it turns out to be a nice looking day. this sets up a nice stretch of weather for us. for two to three days we see clouds and sunshine from time to time and warmer temperatures. 7:00 a.m., monday, look at this, not even a cloud in the sky. that continues all day monday, high, thin cirrus clouds late in the day. sun and clouds this afternoon after morning cloud cover begins to thin. 47 will feel like 30 with the wind. 1:00 p.m., we're up to 43.
3:00 p.m., 47 and by 5:00 p.m., 46 degrees, that 46 is the forecasted high for the day. in indicates you were wondering the normal for this time of year is close to 54. we continue to see the below-average temperatures. i believe this will be the 8th or 9th day where our daytime high is below seasonal averages. 23 degrees overnight tonight, in the city, 30 in the suburbs. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, spring arrives tomorrow, it will feel like spring, 53. mostly sunny. tuesday, partly sunny, mild, tuesday look at the high, 57. wednesday, chilly, breezy, 43. thursday, chilly as well. we start to warm up as he head into week's end, friday, milder, 355. hello saturday turning warmer, high of 65 degrees. >> did you say 65?
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colder. the jersey shore today, mostly cloudy this morning, increwsing increwsing -- increasing sun, 45. philadelphia, 47. the poconos 37 look for an increase of sun and clouds. we have an area of low pressure sitting right there over the delmarva, slowly drifting off to the southeast. the wind around that low wrap in in a north/northwesterly direction. the air is somewhat chilly today. tomorrow, we get a warm front pushing through, the wind shift out of the southwest, it races up to new england and erases that chilly air almost immediately. get a load of the forecasted highs today, today, 47 degrees. monday, 53. tuesday, 57. by next weekend some cases are that we could be as warm as that right there, 65 degrees.
gray? >> i knew i liked you chris. [laughter]. thank you. villanova's season is over perhaps they saw the trouble coming. jamie apody explains why. >> reporter: when i was at villanova a week ago on selection sunday, wisconsin's name came up on the board as a future opponent the whole place let out a grown, they were three straight sweet 16, heading to a 4th knocking out our defending champ.nigel haze, they come up h this, josh hart, the cats call for a foul. villanova loses 65-62 end the game on a 15-5 run.
a terrible game for chris jenkins. he and josh hart see their careers end like this. >> down the the stretch they made two great offensive plays, two great defensive stops that was the difference in the game, we knew it was going to be a tough game because we have so much respect for them, they deserved it, they got it. we played hard, i was proud of our guys. >> to go out the first weekend, are you shocked what would say described the feeling right now? >> i'm just upset that we lost, that's it. proud of the way we fought today, but upset we didn't come out with a win. >> reporter: a lot of brackets busted, a lot of hearts broken. last year they were subpoena yet in the second round. temp women in the distance for the first time since 2011 thicking on ten seed oregon.
owls 1 pint lead, one last chance for temple, fitzgerald partially blocked. one and done for the owls who's amazing season ended. quakers up 21, would you believe the 6 seeded texas a tem would come back? they end the quaker's bid for an upset, 63-61. the big dance was not good to us in philadelphia this year. philadelphia union in orlando, union looking for their first win of the season after two ties, instead they get their first loss. kyle aaron scored the goal in the 77th minute. union falls, 2-1. sixers and celtics play.
that's sports, have a great sunday. >> there's a piece of good news in sports, penn state hockey team earned a berth in the ncaa hockey tournament. nittany lions beat wisconsin in detroit. penn state was spielg -- spiriling downward going into the tourney, now their dream of a national win lives on. we'll be right back.
than expected. 6:30, over to meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast, spring starts tomorrow, right, chris? >> reporter: that's right, it will feel like spring today, we're starting out this morning with clouds an a few spritzes and sprinkles across delaware, you get into southern new castle county and kent county. there's light rain for middletown, dover, bowers beach patchy drizzle and fortescue and
cedarville in cumberland county in the delaware bay region. we have an area of low pressure, we were talking about a piece of energy out here, that has driven itself down to the south across the mason dixon line. this is working out to sea like this. this will take all the moisture along with it. the winds will pick up out of the north/northwest. that's the only thing we'll see, we'll see an increase in sunshine. temperatures will be in the upper 40s it will feel like the low 40s all day long. windchill values 40 to 42. actual air temperatures feeling like the 20s, windchills values looking like mid 20s, reading, 24, millville, 27, same number for wildwood. increasing clouds, sunny with a
high around 47 degrees. warmer numbers in the seven-day forecast, i'll have that coming up in just a bit. >> thank you so much. time 6:32 if you're just waking up new information to tell i about this morning, -- to tell you about right now, police are look looking for a person who shot and killed a man outside a philadelphia bar, the j and s hookah lounge. the 22-year-old victim was shot repeatedly while standing in front of the bar. friend took the victim to temple university hospital where he was pronounced dead. police have not indicated a motive for the crime. one man is dead after a stabbing in the philadelphia kensington section. someone stabbed a 39-year-old man twice in the chest near d and tillton street. he was taken to the hospital, but did not survive. police did not recover the weapon, no arrests were made. a suspect is in serious
condition after getting shot by officers who tried to run them down. he led them on a chase that started in maryland and ended in ocean view, delaware. the suspect drove into a deadened and put the vehicle in reverse heading toward two officers standing in the street. after telling the suspect to stop, the officers opened fire. the harrisburg firefighter killed on the way to a call was laid to rest. funeral services were held yesterday. he died last week when his vehicle was storm tracker 6 live by an alleged intoxicated driver. he was heading to a fire that was started by a exploding hover board. >> he will never be forgotten. >> if we all lived our lives like danny, it would be a much better world. >> he leaves behind are a wife
and four children. >> secretary of state rex tillerson is meeting with china's president over concerns with north korea. after the state media announced the country conducted a ground test for the rocket engine for the space program. tillerson told the chinese president that president donald trump you president donald trump is looking forward to meeting with him. there are unconfirmed reports they will meet in florida next month. he struck a cordial tone during the meeting. fbi director james comby is expected to testify before the house intelligence tomorrow of russian interference in the election. the husband of white house counselor, kellyanne conway is getting a job at the justice department. president donald trump has selected george conway to head
the civil division of the agency. that office has a responsibility for defending the proposed travel ban and other lawsuits against the administration. >> a look at washington, healthcare, the alleged wiretap remains at the front of the conversation. >> reporter: it's march madness in washington with the white house on defense. there were plenty of wins this week, just not all for president trump, although the republican healthcare bill cleared another house committee, critics on both sides of the aisle were bolstered by the numbers. 14 million fewer people will be covered under the republican plan. the white house is making a full court press with many republicans opposing the bill its chances of passing are in jeopardy. congress pushed back hard against president donald trump's
explosive claim that former president obama wiretapped him during the campaign. congress made it clear they and the white house are not on the same page. >> the chairman and ranking members on both committee have not seen evidence. >> reporter: before it was set to go into effect, federal judges in maryland arena hawaii blocked the executive travel ban. despite these set backs, president trump remains defiant he vowed to fight the court rulings. >> we'll take the case as far as it needs to go including all the way up to the supreme court. doubled down on the wiretapping accusations. >> let's see if i approve it, i think i have some very good stuff we're in the process of putting it together, i think it will be did he admonish. this is a great plan it's
going to be fantastic. >> reporter: it remains to be seen if the president's plans translate to success on on capitol hill. on this week, health and human services secretary tom price and rand paul weigh in on what's next with the republican healthcare plan at 10:30 on 6abc. >> 6:37, chuck berry never won a grammy, but his music is bigger than any award. the man who defined rock and roll died yesterday. berry of course, had a very large and diverse following in the face of blatant racial discrimination. sweet little 16 referenced bandstand the iconic show set in
wfil studio in west philadelphia. many grarve gravitated toward his use of rock and roll and r&b and country. >> this is your cousin marvin berry, you know that sound you're looking for? listen to this. back to the future paid tribute to the legendary tune, johnny b. goode. quest love wrote on twitter thou shall have no other rock gods before him greatest pure rock and roller ever to live. >> march madness turned into
march sadness for villanova basketball team. "action news" was there when the team went into the locker room after the loss 65-62. >> reporter: the students left thenelly center stunned. >> it's disappointing. i didn't expect it at all. >> we were thinking about flying to phoenix for the final four. we're feeling defeated right now. >> reporter: students fixated on every shot. it was a slow start for the cats, students didn't like. >> i'm kind of freaking out. >> reporter: you're dieing understands, you can't stand the fact they are not winning. there was not a single fan in here, that thought they were going to lose.
>> we're here, we got 2016. we're going all the way. >> reporter: it wasn't meant to be, the nail biting game would end, wisconsin 65, villanova 62. the wildcats run at a repeat end. even though it's a remarkable two year run, everybody hurt. >> i'm so proud of them. >> it's tough it's going to be quiet around hear for couple of days. >> reporter: bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> painful. >> heartbreaking. >> always next year. much more to come on "action news" sunderland morning, a local service -- sunday morning, a local serviceman returns from overseas and reunites with his son. sky6 live hd live look right now at camden, meteorologist chris sowers back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast,
>> time for accuweather, so cold, but tomorrow first day of spring. >> reporter: it's funny, many on my facebook saying they want warm temperatures, they are saying we want february back. we hit 70 degrees five times during the month of february. all of a sudden we get into march it's cold and we got the snow again, it's the complete opposite of what you would expect. live on sky6 live hd, just saw a
nice quiet shot of the center city skyline, nothing going on in and around the immediate suburbs, you go to the south we have green showing up. i was looking at observations, even though the modeling is depicting sleet pellets and snow mixed in. this is in the form of light rain and drizzle. we're seeing stuff aacross delaware and into baltimore and washington, d.c. if you're in smyrna and route 1, expect rain drops this morning. everybody clears out nicely this afternoon. 47 degrees is the high temperature which is below the seasonal average of 54. but warmer than yesterday, yesterday we managed a high of 42. we're above freezing which is a good sign. there should not be any issues with black ice or frozen slush or anything like that. most of the numbers stayed above 42. the exception of the rule is the
poconos you would expect that, the higher elevations, 36. millville, 36, cape may, 37 degrees. the breezes are picking up out of the northeast at 14 miles per hour, millville, 16 in philadelphia. same number for dover and sea isle city. that's the only issue today. we'll see a gradual decease in cloud cover with this storm departing. the wind will pick up on backside of the departing low. that will make the temperatures feel cooler than they are. we'll go mostly sunny this afternoon after a cloudy start. it will be at 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. the sun is shining brightly. the temperatures back up in the upper 40s, it is breezy, the snow continues to melt areas north and west. clear skies, high pressure rolling in overnight, wind beginning to diminish, feeling a
radiational cooling. the numbers will plummet. overnight tonight we'll see the temperatures drop into the mid 20s for overnight low. not too bad today. 47 in philadelphia. reading, 45. wilmington, 48 degrees, dover same number. cape may, 45. temperatures dropping into the 20s overnight tonight. 26 in millville. 23 in allentown. 24 in reading, 29 degrees in philadelphia. but spring arrives officially tomorrow morning at 6:29 a.m., from that point on we're already starting to increase the daylight hours, we're increasing the average temperature, as well. by the end of the month we'll see the average high in the mid to upper 50s and we get into april, the average is in the 60s. it should start feeling better, speaking of 60s there's one at
the bottom of the screen. 47 today, combination of sun and clouds, spring officially arriving tomorrow, 53. the rest of the exclusive accuweather forecast doesn't look all that bad. very mild tuesday, 57 degrees. wednesday, somewhat chilly, 43. friday the return of clouds and maybe a period of wet weather, 55. there's that 65 for saturday that is looking good, even i would say that. nice to his that again, thank you chris. >> time for the social corner, many dads and daughters have a special relationship. >> some local dads took to the dance floor to show their commitments to baby girls. first another little girl turned into a internet star. ♪ >> look at her go, this pint size florida cheerleader is proving big moves in small
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released the father of the orly airport attacker who was shot and killed while taking a soldier hostage. the brother of the dead suspect is being held. the suspect lunged at a female soldier, taking her assault rifle. two other soldiers shot and killed the suspect before he fired the weapon. the attack ordered orly airport shut down while thousands ran out of the airport there and others were trapped on their planes. the community is coming together for the five sons of the emt who who was killed last week. a small memorial has been created in her honor. the organization called tunnel to towers has established a foundation to help the family members she leaves behind. it kicks off the campaign by
donating $100,000. all of the money goes to her five sons. her children were humbled by the outpouring of support. >> me and my brothers stick together, we'll not let go of each other support each other in every single way. >> she was a 14 year veteran of the force, she was killed thursday night when a man stole her ambulance and ran her over. jose gonzalez was arrested and charged with murder. funeral services will be held on friday. a grieving mother hopes her plea can bring a conclusion to her son's murder case. here's rick williams with this morning's crimefighters report. >> he looked after everybody. a lot of good being said about my baby son. >> reporter: what very ronic austin said all that good good cannot erase the pain just
before 11:00 p.m. on may 23rd, police responded to a shooting along the 400 block of south 30th street in camden. >> he was coming to camden with a friend of his, who was with him at the time of his demise. >> when police arrived they found him lying in the street suffering from a gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital where he died. >>ible he was at the -- i believe he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. >> >> reporter: the friend with brown has not provided any information to police. the citizens crime commission is administering a 1,000-dollar reward for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous, austin believes someone is out there who can give her son justice. >> everybody know, i believe, but no one is talking. camden is 26 miles long and everybody knows everybody.
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from deployment and advised his son, jeanette reyes was there for the heartwarming reunion. >> your son is so special. >> reporter: at an empty classroom at arrow head elementary school. they honored out the surprise for his son owen. he was at lunch down the hall. >> wait outside until you hear me introduce you. >> reporter: the major returned from duty in kuwait and has not
seen his son in 4 months. >> i would like to introduce the mystery reader, it is the major. >> look the awe staying in your chair like you're supposed to. >> reporter: it was a surprise owen didn't see coming. after the heartwarming reunion, the c-130 pilot took questions, and read a look all the while owen smiled from ear to ear. for owen the emotion filled day wasn't over yet, it was his last day at arrow head elementary school. he has been staying with his grandparents in collegeville during his dad's deployment and return home to montana. >> i love this little boy, he is very special, he is bright and brightens up the classroom, very thoughtful and kind.
>> jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> special day for owen and his father. >> welcome home, there's another hour of "action news" straight ahead. >> there's another hour of news we're working on for you, villanova is stunned in march madness, it is not the history the wildcats wanted to repeat. >> a woman celebrates her 100th birthday with a bowling ought in northeast philadelphia. alicia vitarelli says the sports in almost in her dna. >> 100, wow. plus, another update from meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather one day away from spring, we're back after this. >> bounced in buffalo,
villanova is ousted from march madness. there is a rival gop healthcare proposal crafted outside of congress. ♪ rock and roll music legend chuck berry has died. this morning, remembrances are pouring in. >> a good morning to you, 7:00 a.m. your time, showers are moving through, sky6 live hd looking live over wilmington, delaware, i don't know about you, i'm excited, chris you know why, nydia, you know why, too. >> reporter: we'll get milder temperatures in here, we'll make you happy, because we have milder weath