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damage. 60 missiles launch at a syrian air based ored -- ordered by president trump. a 4-year-old girl is abducted and sexually assaulted. those stories and more along with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast while we help you plan your weekend with meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: who brought the sun. it's been a couple of days since we've seen something like that. it's very nice overlooking the ben franklin bridge. wall-to-wall blue skiestoday. the numbers will respond. we were stuck in the upper 40s yesterday's high 49 comes to an end in the numbers are rebounding. mid 40s this morning, the upper 50s later on. the problem the winds
blustery out of the west at a 5 to 15 miles per hour that's make i go it feel cooler than the numbers behind me. the air temperature is 43 when you add the wind it feels like 34. kind of flip the numbers there. satellite and radar showing clear skies we have sunny conditions with high pressure building in, that's how it will stay this afternoon. you need the winter coat this morning you can trade it in for a lighter jacket this afternoon. mostly sunny and breeze that's the call from accuweather. 58 is the forecasted high. get ready for a touch of summer in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast i'll let you know when it arrives in about ten minutes. >> 9:01 developing this morning, the admiral wilson boulevard in camden has been closed after a fire injured one man and possibly caused some structural damage. first responders were called to the admiral wilson near flanders boulevard there they found a fire burning
under the overpass. the fire was put out, but there's concern it may have caused structural damage. the police closed down the admiral wilson boulevard between the baird boulevard and the flanders boulevard overpass. shortly after arriving at the scene, police found a 52-year-old man with burns to his body near 11th and linden avenue. he was taken to the temple hospital burn unit. so far no word ons condition. on his condition. we'll keep you posted on air and 6abc.com. world leaders praised president trump's actions after he ordered an airstrike on a syrian air base. hours aft strike, syria was back in the air taking off from the same base that was bombarded by the missiles. we have details on the strike
and images. >> reporter: new satellite images reviewing the full extent of the heavy bombardment in central syria. syrian officials gathered to survey the damage walking through the rubble and charred vehicles. drone footage showed the aftermath of the overnight attack that destroyed aircraft and hangars and bunkers and air dwebs -- air defense system. 6 syrian soldiers were killed. in total 59 tomahawk cruise missiles were launched from two u.s. navy warships in the eastern mediterranean sea. it was from this base the syrian army stored and launched an airstrike with a cmicaan, a nerve agent that was dropped on civilian in a province that was held by rebel forces.
>> assad choked out the lives of men, women and children. >> reporter: more than 80 people were killed, over half of them, women and children. russia said that syria had bombed a rebel chemical facility, the pentagon asking whether the russian government had prior knowledge or complicit in the attack. a drone flew over the site anne the local hospital where victims were being treated was the subject of an airstrike unclear whether by syrian or russian forces. >> back here at home reaction from a large syrian christian community in allentown to the attack it was strong. many demonstrated against the airstrikes. they fear big consequences could be on the way if president assad is defeated. >> next day isis will be in
damascus and jordon and lebanon and within a month they will be in europe. >> reporter: it would be chaos. >> all over the area not just syria. >> reporter: the protesters believe assad may be flawed, but it's a better option for their family members still living there. stay with "action news" for the update on the strike on syria and 6abc.com and facebook and twitter. 89:05 a.m., a man was trapped inside a vehicle after a crash on i-95 in southwest philadelphia. it happened overnight. pennsylvania state police say it happened at 3:00 a.m. on the southbound lanes south of island avenue. they tell us the 29-year-old driver lost control of the vehicle and ran off the road and the car overturned. firefighters worked for 20 minutes to free him from the car. crews took him to hanheman hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
three people were injured in this fairmont crash. the driver of a ford mustang lost control right near ferry road on kelly drive. you can see the damage there. police tell "action news" the car was speeding and overturned several times. we know three people were taken to temple hospital one in critical condition. kelly drive was closed in both directions as crews investigated. this morning a family is trying to he'll and a delaware community is outraged after a 4-year-old girl was kidnapped and sexually assaulted. local state and federal authorities searching for the person responsible for this. dann cuellar has the latest. >> reporter: new castle county along with delaware state police and the fbi are working around the clock to develop leads on the sexual predator and find out where he is. last night they may have found new leads, our camera was there. this was the scene near the site of the abduction at the village of plum run in new new castle
county. officers discovered suspicious tire tracks left by someone trying to make a quick getaway, he made a u-turn driving off the road on to the grass leaving behind a muddy mess and tire tracks. police made a mold of the tracks to take back to the lab and figure out what kind of tire it is and what kinds of vehicles use them. police are promising to leave no stones unturned. >> the stopping and apprehending this heartless monster, does only word i can think of, monster. >> reporter: police were on heavy patrol in the 4800 block of sugar plum court, the 4-year-old was playing with friends when she was abducted by a white or hispanic male in a dark colored four door sedan with tinted window. >> he reached out a piece of paper and said give this to your
mom and she was snatched through the window. >> reporter: two hours later 8 miles away, the child was discovered largely unclothed walking near the roadway. she was taken by ambulance to the hospital where it was learned she had been sexually assaulted. >> nothing worse than to sexually abuse and take the innocence of a 4-year-old child. >> reporter: authorities were combing through the park in grid-like fashion looking for evidence and looking for surveillance cameras that may have captured the predator and his car. >> i have cameras outside the house, but i don't have them recording on the dvr. i don't have anything for them to see. i was hoping i did, but i didn't. >> reporter: with the predator on the loose, a warning being issued by authorities which would seem to be common sense, keep your eye on your child at all times when they are outside. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> time 9:08 a.m., a man was
found guilty in the death of a good samaritan in wilmington, delaware. calvin hooker was convicted of murder yesterday found guilty of stabbing and killing 27-year-old thomas cotingham in rodney square in 2015. he stepped in when he noticed hooker was chasing a woman pushing an infant in the stroller. hooker was found guilty, but mentally ill of second degree murder. he faces 21 years to life in prison. pennsylvania state troopers revealed in court what they found in eric frein's bedroom during the murder investigation. they found an army manual called sniper training and employment, plus, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, eric frein on child for the ambush that killed one trooper and injured anoth things are looking up for the atlantic city casinos. gross operating profits se by more than 7%
foowing a three-yeaiod in which five of the 12 casinos were shut down. the remaining casinos collectively earned a profit $547 million. borgata hadea $245 mi there's much me on "action news" saturday morning. new details in a fatal truck crash in sweden. we have information on the person now in custody and what we are learning about those victims. and changes for oscar nominees we have information about what types of films will no longer be eligible for an academy award nomination. >> reporter: say goodbye to this, we'll no longer see windchills in the 30s, we'll have a touch of summer with temperatures in the 80s. i'll let you know when it arrives when we come right back.
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school together or not. the mother said they are elated and blessed. >> reporter: their mother will have the shore house in a few years. a lot of money coming to that family. we have sunshine to talk about, pretty nice we were stuck in the clouds the last couple of days, all the rain and thunderstorms drenching downpours on thursday, and yesterday we were kind of stuck in the clouds all day, it was chilly and raw a couple of showers. today that's what you'll see from start to finish from our temple university camera, wall-to-wall blue skies. no chance of precipitation today. as a matter of fact the next chance of rain is wednesday morning that's like a passing shower. in fact most of the upcoming week looks dry. a nice change heading this way. 44 degrees in philadelphia, dewpoint, 22. the pressure is rising. that area of low pressure is pulling away. 41 slatington and kutztown.
warminster, 42. malvern, the same, center city, 43 most of us south jersey and delaware also showing low to mid 40s at this hour. townsend 43, mount laurel, 42. villas, 44. low temperatures this morning dropped into the mid to upper 30s. it was a chilly start that's what happens this time of year when you get a full day of sunshine. look how quickly the numbers are responding. we're expecting wall-to-wall blue skies, all day long through tuesday. here's a nice shot of eastern seaboard. that's the high right there. once it hits the coast of the carolinas it will stop dead in its tracks. with the high you get sinking air that means no clouds, let alone rain. saturday into sunday, high pressure that's in control over the next few days. winds will strengthen out of the south, the warmer air starts driving northward every single
day. it gets warmer and warmer and warmer. all of a sudden it's summer around here with temperatures in the 80s, monday and tuesday. futuree'll take a look at the model will stop us at59 deg. overnight tonight, the temperature drop into the upper 30s it will be chilly. tomorrow is where the model puts us. accuweather puts us a 68. monday, the temperatures bumps up to 80 degrees and tuesday, 82. look at the rainfall totals over the last week, over the past seven days this is a month's worth of rain. 3 1/2 in philadelphia. allentown, 3. atlantic city, 2 1/2 and trenton 3 inches. what we're expecting next week is .07 of an inch of rain. you can see interestinghange el.
moretions and warmer mostly sunny and breezy, 58 degrees is the forecasted high. of sun, 1:00 p.m., 54. 3:00 p.m., 58. same number by 5:00 p.m. overnight tonight it's chilly again, the numbers will not stay here long, 33, and boom, numbers climb quickly tomorrow, 39 in center city. a light breeze out of the northwest 35 to 10. take a look at how the numbers climb over the next week. 58 degrees today, mostly sunny skies. sunny and warmer tomorrow, we'll add ten, 68. monday, 80 degrees that's the first time we'll have hit 80 since october of last year. tuesday, 82 that's close to record territory, wednesday, clouds and sun, 72. for good friday it's becoming cloudy and morning shower and 64 degrees. that's looking better than yesterday.
i know how cold you were for the phillies. >> i know you love the forecast and you're not mentioning a world. do not say it. here's a look at what's happening in and around the area. take a look at this impressive image, drone 6. it flew over the blossoms at fairmont park, the 2017 subaru cherry blossom festival happening at the japanese house and gardens from 10 to 5:00 p.m. philadelphia food fest the largest single day local food festival. check out what's available from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the pennsylvania convention center. april is autism awareness month and today the family-fun day will be held in limerick, montgomery county to bring awareness to the cause. there will be free kids games
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pittsburgh firefighters to the hospital. ment porch collapsed on them as they try to enter the burning home. firefighters injuries were not life threatening, the home was abandoned. a neighboring home was damaged forcing that family into a shelter. the cause of the fire still under investigation. police in stockholm sweden arrested a man involving an attack with a stolen truck. four people died and dozens others injured. swedish authorities called it an act of terrorism. 39-year-old man uzbekistan born man was arrested in connection
with the attack. he was on the authorities radar sometime ago. victims treated at the hospital are in critical care. wildlife crews trang -- tranquilized an adult male mountain lion. schools went into lockdown until the animal could be put down. mountain lions usually don't wonder into the neighborhood. >> in this part of the area, we never, ever have this. >> that mountain lion was tranquilized, it is now back roaming the wild away from home and businesses in that area. >> it is 9:22 a.m., the organization behind oscars is making changes to the academy awards. motion picture arts an sciences
documentary series are ineligible the change comes after the oscar win 467 minute long oj made in america. the producer said he concedes it as a long film. it ran in its entirety at film festivals but most most people t as a five part series on espn. phillies wrap up their first game of the season. ducis rogers has the details in sports.
9:25 a.m., it is a busy day at the sports complex in south philadelphia. the flyers play at home this afternoon. the 76ers and phillies are in action there tonight. ducis rogers has more on the phillies home opener that that happened yesterday. >> reporter: good morning, we'll start off with the phillies. yesterday, phillies struck out ten nationals, the phillies did try to put up a fight. the home opener has pomp and circumstances. they entered through the stands. 7-1 in the 7th. bad luck here. the phillies mount a comeback, freddie galvis launches two-run
homer in the 9th inning. 7-6. get the rally caps on. tieing run on first base, but he ground out to end it, phillies lose this game, 7-6. >> it's very frustrating. you get through the first few innings and you don't give your guys the opportunity to come out on top, battling the way we did at the end, it's a lack of of performance on my end. >> the eagles latest acquisition, birds acquired a defensive tackle early in the week in a trade with baltimore, he said he is ready to roll. >> green and black is on my mind is all i care about. i have to do what i have to do and take it to the next level and win football games. >> josh hart won the julius
irving award, the villanova senior averaged 18 points per game. >> reporter: flyers host columbus with a shot at the post season long gone there's not much to play for. >> it's tough, knowing we're not in the playoffs and have two games left, but we're going in there to get our four points and play our game. >> reporter: that's sports, i'm ducis rogers. >> google's new feature may help users determine what is real news versus fake news. kids get a day of fun at a carnival. details on what makes the event special and raising awareness. those stories, plus the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m. comes right back. in the middle of a storm destiny struck.
but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. "action news," saturday at 9:00 a.m., tragedy in montgomery county after a 9th grade girl commits suicide. ahead the investigation into whether cyber bullying played a role. highest court in the united states will soon have every seat filled. the number of distracting driving citations in pennsylvania take a concerning turn. coming up who's getting the most
tickets. those stories, but first outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers, the sun is out, chris. >> reporter: the sun is out, this flimsy wind breaker is not cutting it you'll need the heavier coats this morning and lighter jackets later on. 35 in philadelphia with the wind. feels like 35 in trenton. 41 in cape may. 36 in dover and wilmington, 35 degrees in lancaster. satellite and radar here's the good news, even though it's chilly this morning, we have a ton of sunshine. that will warm things up later this afternoon as that low that brought all the miserable weather to the region, yesterday and thursday begins to pull away. as you look at the upper right-hand side of the screen, that's the clouds pushing through new england the rain and snow pushing into new foundland and the canadian maritimes. we'll keep the sun through tuesday afternoon, everyday from this point 0 on gets warmer and
warmer and warm. 54 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 58. same number by 5. the city of philadelphia, sunny and breezy, with the high of 58 degrees. a couple of locations could go warmer than that, 59 or 60. tomorrow we start to see the warmer changes move on in. this is kind of interesting. today's night game will be warmer than yesterday's day game. go figure that one out. clear skies, light breezes, 53 degrees by the first pitch and by the 9th inning, 49 degrees. yesterday we started the game at 49 and the numbers fell during the course of the game. temperature are off to the races next week, we could see two days of high temperatures in the 80s. i'll have the details coming up in just a few minutes. >> look forward to the update, chris, thank you so much. 9:32 a.m., a boat capsized on the delaware river this morning. crews rescued the person and
rushed them to the hospital. the boat over turned in delaware county. this happened at 7:00 a.m. the person's condition at this point is not known. there was a fishing tournament happening near the scene of the capsize, but it's not clear if the boat and victim were part of the tournament. police in montgomery county investigating a shocking death. they believe a cyber bullying response may have pushed a 9th grader to suicide. police are trying to determine what if any charges will be filed in the case. "action news" reporter, jeff chirico with the story. >> it's a tragedy that has rocked our community. >> reporter: grief counselors were on hand at spring ford high school where the 9th grade student attended. as news of her death spread many left school early, hundreds gathered to grieve at a nearby church where ministry leaders say the 9 grader volunteered every sunday to help younger church members. >> this is how big a heart she has and how special she is
serving god and the people around her. >> reporter: police are investigating whether cyber bullying may have driven the girl to take her own life. the victim received this text from a fellow student we can only read it because -- read only one part because it's so vulgar. >> cyber bullying is an issue all kids of facing. >> reporter: cyber bullying is a common thread in a lot of teen suicides. she encourages parents to be alert and involved. >> have one to three trusted adults you can go to with concerns, things in your life that are hard. >> reporter: spring ford superintendent released a statement which reads our thoughts are with the family as they struggle to make sense of the tragedy. we encourage our school community to care for one another as we copy with the loss of a young -- cope with the loss
of a young life. >> we'll have another vigil to honor her. we want to be supportive, we want people to know there are people here to listen. >> reporter: the school district will have grief counselors on hand today from 10:00 a.m. to noon in the 9th grade auditorium. this morning, president donald trump praising the confirmation of neil gorsuch as the next supreme court justice of the united states. he was confirmed yesterday and will be sworn in as the 113th justice on monday. separate ceremonies at the court and then at the white house. justices are required to take two oaths, one by the constitution and one set by federal law. gorsuch's nomination came after the republicans used the so-called nuclear option doing away with the need for 60 votes. gorsuch was confirmed with the
vote 54-45. aht for the overhaul of the baltimore police department. a federal investigation found abuse by baltimore police including unlawful stops and use of force against black people. freddie gray's death set off the worst rights riots in decades. 6 officers were acquitted of gray's death. the overhaul was made by the obama administration. the trump administration wanted more time to study the agreement. senators in new jersey are returning their colleagues not to cut federal dollars for amtrak improvement and repair. they wrote a letter asking lawmakers to reject the proposed federal budget that they say would cut amtrak funding.
the move follows monday's derailment at new york's penn station. the second two two week, both happened on amtrak-operated tracks. govern are tom wolf sailed the budgetrou work. the department. correction could see the deepest consults with nearly 650 layoffs. another 400 jobs lost at the department of health and human services. the budget bill was approved by the state house and heading to the senate for consideration. in a dangerous habit textingpart while driving. according to information released by the pennsylvania courts, distracted driving violations are up 52% statewide over the last two years. men accounted for 70% of the tickets that includes using a
handheld device while driving or using headphones. montgomery, chester counties are among the top five in the days for distracted driving citations. born out of necessity, changing the lives of dozens of hearing and vision impaired students in philadelphia. jeanette reyes shows a different kind of carnival is bringing the kids, and volunteers together. >> reporter: students engaged in a type of class that is important as cracking open a math or science textbook. >> it seems like a simple thing, everybody loves it so much. very fulfilling. >> reporter: it is the third annual tactile carnival. >> it's fun, they have lots of games. >> reporter: the students are from st. lucie's academy for children with visual impairment and the academy for the deaf all
deaf or blind. they cater to their specific needs. >> there's focus education, but little focus on those with disabilities. >> reporter: this man lost his sight at 19 years old due to an illness and uses a tactile sign language to communicate. >> you send a blind person to a carnival, how do they enjoy it? if they can't see? >> reporter: the activities takes place in the middle of the day, students miss a class to participate. if you ask sisters rita and lisa, they will assure there's a life lesson to be learned here. the showcase is about family and community. everybody is welcome, this is an amazing opportunity for our students to practice social skills. >> reporter: and they can rest
assured these students are taking notesle. >> notesle -- notes. they are part of our community and they are the same as us. >> reporter: if you are are inspired and would like to donate, visit our website as 6abc.com for more information. reporting in northeast, jeanette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> there's still much more to come on "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m. what was once an intake pond is now a safe haven for animals. you'll hear how it is making a difference coming up in this week's "shelter me rescue of the week." the first of its kind investigation could reveal why some people pay more for car insurance, that's coming up in this week's what's the deal. we'll have a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, yes, indeed, prepare for a warmup. details coming up. vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers.
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fast play. play fast. win instantly. >> okay, jumping the gun. >> reporter: i'm excited. >> waking up with us, 9:43 a.m., hope you're in a good mood, chris us in a good mood. >> reporter: i will put you in a good mood. you wanted the sun we have the sun. you wanted warm temperatures they are coming. beautiful shot of the philadelphia international airport. look at all the blue. today and tomorrow, mostly sunny skies, temperatures steadily climbing. upper 50s today, upper 60s tomorrow. it was not that bad of a week. it starredded to cool down --
started to cool down by end. 68 monday, 75 tuesday, wednesday, 59. -- wednesday, 69 degrees, 59 degrees. yesterday afternoon high 49 degrees, it was the phillies home opener. the afternoon high 49. windchills in the 30s, you know we had 16 days during the month of february, february, that were actually warmer of yesterday's high of 49. the seasonsre flip flopped a mess for some reason this year. we're colder now when we should be getting warmer. 58 degrees today starts it off. the normal is 61. better than 49. tomorrow, add ten to thatle you will see that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 43 in allentown, philadelphia wiin44 millville and cape may.
satellite and radar the other thing you'll notice is a lot of sunshine with the warmer temperatures that's all thank tr control of the weather pattern. it becomes the dominant feature in the weather pattern. off to e southeast, our winds shift out of the southwest. we get all the warm stuff here lifted north into the northern tier states. great lakes, mid atlantic skyrocketing into the 70s and 80s. future tracker 6 we'll set it ik about. we have showers in the high plains, outside of that most of the eastern half of the united states is crystal clear. today, tomorrow, monday, we get into t falls a part. there can be a shower tuesday night into wednesday morning, it will be brief. otherwise that falls a part and goes away. the weather pattern is quieter than what we saw over the last seven days.
58, 59 today. tomorrow, 68 or 69 for the high. eastern though the model has 67. as we get into monday and tuesday for the first time this year we have back-to-back days of 80 degrees or higher. the model will camp us out at 77 or 78. with the mixing in the air should get us up to 80 to 82. looks really, really good. for today, today begins at 58 degrees in philadelphia. reading, allentown, same number, 60 for millville. 60 in wilmington, 61 in dover. cape may, 58. sunny and breezy. heading to chester for the soccer game union taking on portland, 53 degrees by the time they get this started and 50 degrees by the 90th minute. here we go, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, suddenly summer here, monday and tuesday. 58 degrees today. 68 tomorrow. look at all the sunshine here this weekend. 80 degrees monday feeling like baseball weather. tuesday, near record highs, 82. i was doing the calculations,
the european model which is widely regarded as the most accurate model out there, tuesday it has 84. >> whatever you're doing, i was at the phillies home opener, not happy. >> reporter: i was happy watching you shiver. i was on the couch. [laughter]. >> thank you so much. 9:47 a.m. in "shelter me rescue of the week," meet bell a dog who regained trust in her forever home matt o'donnell has the story. >> reporter: five years ago, lara was looking for a companion for her border collie. she found bell in the back of pennsville animal shelter. >> missing hair been abused she was my diamond in the rough. she had a lost look in her eye. >> reporter: that person was lara. >> i would have bad dreams at
night she would have a terrible look on her face, with love and patient bell came out of her shell. >> reporter: people at the pennsville animal shelter have worked to change what was once an intake pound to a safe haven for animals. >> many years ago it was known as a kill shelter. we turned that around, we find places for all them to go. >> reporter: it's a four person team at pennsville. >> not many people know about pennsville shelter. >> reporter: they practice trap neuter release for feeler cat situation. -- cat situation. >> casey came to the shelter with his two siblings. joe joe is a bit pull who would do better in a home with orderly
children is dexter name after te character from the hit tv show. he is three years old and loveable and loves t cuddl if you're interested in dexter visit the pennsville animal shelter facebook page. if you would like to share your to the "fyi philly"ies post facebook page and tells us where you adopted your pet and how much they mean to you. we'll feature your stories on up coming "shelter me rescue of the week" segments. with dexter, matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." savings at giant.
more organizations to check out the story. in today's what's the deal, car insurance premiums should be color blind, but a new investigation reveals drivers in minority areas are paying significantly more. nydia han explains. >> reporter: the first of its kind investigation found some of the biggest insureds companies charging premiums on average 30% higher in zip codes where residents are minorities. ottis is rated a good driver and pays $190 a month for his auto insurance policy. christopher lives 14 miles away and rated as a good driver. he has more coverage for liability. yet he pays a the same company despite the fact nash believes there's difference in terms of traffic when it
comes to his neighborhood and others. >> i feel it's like anywhere because yout in the traffic in peo sch work. difference between the neighborhoods, nash's neighborhood is black and dave's white. >> we have 30 insurers in illinois and 33 had on averagedr th disparity based on zip codes is not justin illinoi. the i will noit -- illinois department of insurance said the method ogle- methodology incomplete. >> knowing that they are raising the insurance rate higher than the risk people should be angry. >> reporter: a trade groupes tht
forecasted high. better than yesterday, monday and tuesday, the guns are coming out. i was reworking the calculation for tuesday, i have a feeling i'm coming in tomorrow and bumping tuesday up to 84. >> jack hanna's "wild countdown" next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight. we'll be back tomorrow morning. we hope you join us. new technology helping medical school students learning how to treat patients in a way like no other. a concert without a conductor. some of the most acclaimed musicians in the country gather here for a unique music experience. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. keep the guns in, make it a great day. i don't want to lie down.
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