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general josh shapiro sending out a warning to drug dealers after a suspected dealer is charged in a man's death in montgomery county. north korea parades missiles through the streets including a new weapon in a possible showdown with the u.s. philadelphia easter promenade, a hopping happy tradition on south street. melissa magee tells you about and what special businesses are offering to you. those stories, but first we turn our attention to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. looking good today. >> reporter: very, very nice, a little cloudy, but temperature-wise we can't complain. we're shooting for a high of 6. sky6 live hd showing we have gray skies and clouds working inland off the water and testers in the 50s in some locations. as a matter of fact let's flip it over to the numbers. kutztown, 50 degrees, warminster, 50. center city, 52. in south jersey, 56 degrees in
the agenda beach fortescue area. mullica hill, 42. buena, 55. hammonton, 53. tuckahoe 56. the villas, 54. again, the winds coming in off the water, you can see the clouds coming in right there off the water because of the southeast wind. these clouds increase later this afternoon. because of the fact we have clouds overhead we have clouds from the west we'll go mostly cloudy today with highs topping out around 67 degrees. it's a pleasant start to the weekend. wait until you see what happens for easter sunday. it will be one of the warmest easter sunday we've had in 20 years, i will be along with more in a few minutes. >> thank you for the update. developing this morning, a man is dead after a shooting in camden, new jersey. another man in critical condition. crews were called to viola street around 11:30 p.m., a
50-year-old man was shot in the chest and leg. he died at the hospital. a second man was taken to cooper university hospital in a private car. "action news" said that man was shot multiple times. this morning an alleged drug dealer in montgomery county locked up in jail. police say he killed a client by providing him with opioids that led to an overdose. "action news" reporter, bob brooks explains it's an example how authorities are doing everything they can to hold drug dealers responsible. >> reporter: this is a picture of 52 roger korfmann last month he passed away he found by a made dead inside a hotel in upper merion. investigator say he had a belt wrapped around his arm. he overdosed on a combination of heroin and fentanyl. attorney general and upper merion police arrested his killer. his drug dealer, 44-year-old angel leon. >> we're going after people who are dealing drugs and looking at
them as homicide cases. >> reporter: officials say by tracking korfmann's cell phone text they found leon as the dealer. they raided his home in philadelphia. heroin, a loaded pistol, cash, a scale with heroin residue, they charged him with drug delivery resulting in death. >> it equates to third degree murder. >> reporter: the opioid epidemic in montgomery county is growing out of control. the drug fentanyl is 50 times more powerful than heroin. >> montgomery county alone 249 people died of overdoses last year. >> once the users find out someone died from an overdose, they want to go buy that bag. >> reporter: along with the attorney general josh pa -- shah shah -- shapiro said this is a warning to all drug dealers in the state. >> heroin mixed with fentanyl
is a killer. if you kill a buyer we'll hold you accountable. >> reporter: drug dealers have been put on notice. officials say if you know someone battling addiction do your best to try to help them and even call the cops on them if you have to. reporting in norristown, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> one person was trapped inside of a burning home in lansdale, montgomery county. the fire started around 6:30 on the 700 block of abbey lane. firefighters pulled the victim out of the house. a neighbor tells "action news" he saw officers take a man into custody in handcuffs. police have not announced any arrests. time 9:04. overnight north korea paraded its military arsenal through the street of pyongyang you see it there. a powerful new weapon is at the center of it all the show of force to mark the country as founding rural. vice president mike pence is beginning a trip to south korea
with meetings in south korea and japan. vice president may tell leaders plans to handle north korea weapons. an aircraft carrier is dispatched to the waters off korean peninsula. prurch -- president donald trump is watching the situation from florida him. >> reporter: a military parade in pole -- pyongyang to mark the anniversary of the founder known as the day of the sun. the parade complete with fly by, tanks, marching soldiers and what may be inter could be contl ballistic missiles cable of reaching the -- capable of reaching the united states and
submarine launched missiles the newest weapons in the unpredictable kim kim jong un's arsenal. on friday, as the chinese foreign ministry warned no one will win if the two sides go to warm, a top north korean official said the trump administration is more vicious and more aggressive than it's predecessor. trump is always using aggressive words singling out the tweets it is the u.s. that is threatening us. talking to reporters, president trump offered his stance toward the hermit kingdom. >> north korea will be taken care of. >> reporter: american troops conducting miment -- military
exercises along the boarder the words and axes -- actions military provocation we will go to war if they choose adding they could destroy major american military bases in south korea within minutes. >> abc's martha raddatz with the report. 94 militant were killed by the largest non-nuclear weapon used by the u.s. the u.s. attacked a tunnel complex in the remote province near the pakistan border. police in newtown township, bucks county are looking to track down vandals who destroyed businesses. the group went along sycamore street earlier in the week damaging businesses in the area. a camera outside the newly open
italian market caught the vandals in action. they caught one tossing a bench that bounced back and hit the suspect. they snapped a small tree and damaged another bench nearby. business owners believe it will be a matter of time before they are caught. >> they will get caught, they have surveillance video, the cops will put the pieces of the puzzle together. >> newtown police say they have a person of interest in the case. 9:08 a.m. 70 years ago, jackie robinson stepped on to a baseball field and into the history books. chaos at new york city penn station, we have word on what sent these folks running for cover. we have a preview of the philadelphia easter parade. >> reporter: here's a look at the headlines this morning. what a pleasant weekend we have coming up.
the 15-year-old giraffe giving birth this morning. april has been expecting for 16 months. the new calf expected to weigh 160 pounds and stand at 6 feet tall. our website right now streaming the birth of april's baby if you want to catch it right now go to our website at 6abc.com. >> she likes you, gray. >> mother nature is going to be giving us kisses. >> sun kisses. >> reporter: warm temperatures, get ready for this, it will be the warmest eve seen so far here, the warmest in philadelphia is 82. i think we'll go far and beyond that as we head into sunday. there's a shot of the commodore barry bridge, lots of clouds and mild temperatures this morning. 52 degrees in philadelphia, a dewpoint of 42. pressure reading holding steady 38.38 inches. the wind in the city are calm.
some areas seeing the slightest breeze out of the southeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. low to mid 50s across the region. dover, 58 degrees, millville, 56. philadelphia, 52. cape may, 54. the mild air is starting to build to the west. we have a warm front that is kind of like this across central portions of pennsylvania. once that lifts through it will do so overnight tonight. it opens the door and allows all the mild air to work in, the numbers are very, very mild. it's as warm as 70 degrees in st. louis. they are an hour behind, 8:13 a.m., they are sitting at 70. that's the warm air that gets in here in time for easter sunday. satellite and radar shows clouds across the mid atlantic. more clouds from the west that means expect mostly cloudy skies today. surface maps looks like, there's kind of the main influence in the overall weather weather pattern in the next 48 hours.
tomorrow is extremely warm. tomorrow night we could see a stray shower north and west as the cold front approaches. the winds will shift out of the northwest monday, tuesday, wednesday. monday is mild, highs in the 70s, tuesday and wednesday the numbers get back to normal again with highs in the 60s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly cloudy skies, peeks of sunshine expected. easter sunday, are you ready for this? morning services, mostly sunny skies, delaware bay region, southern cape may, wildwood, sea isle, avalon more in the way of clouds. everybody's will see mostly sunny skies. testers in the upper 50s and low 60s. sunshine for everybody by afternoon. rain holds off until 7:00 p.m. maybe one or two light showers north and west. for today enjoy it. lang, 66 degrees. wilmington, 67. philadelphia, 67.
dover, 68. cape may a little bit cooler thanks to the onshore flow. 57 down there, atlantic city. 58 degrees, overnight tonight look at these numbers, they are close to the normal high for this time of the year. 64 is the normal high. we're bottoming out at 60 in the city tonight. everybody else, the surrounding suburbs mid 50s under a partly cloudy sky. eater sunday looks great. morning services, 61 degrees, lunch of time 78 degrees, by 4:00 p.m., there's the high of a whopping 85 degrees, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast that warm stuff last one day. cold front slides through sunday night. 67 today, 85 tomorrow. 75 monday, the neck three days -- next three days look really, really good. tuesday, sunny, 67. that's average. wednesday, showers, 67 degrees, thursday and friday look a little more unsettled. warm weather returns, back in the 70s, each day there could be a shower or quick-hitting
thunderstorm. a lot of times the complaint on easter it's too cold or flurries, not this year. >> now people are complaining. too warm. 9:16 a.m. philadelphia holds it's 86 easter promenade tomorrow on south street. melissa magee has the bunnyhop and good time to tell and the treats being offered by businesses. >> reporter: on easter sunday south street will be a sea of pastels bonnets brimming with flowers and bunny ears. >> it is one of the longest running and greatest tradition in philadelphia. >> reporter: the parade steps off at 5th and south. what do you call this, bow tie jelly bean light action? >> reporter: he has been the master of ceremony since 1981. people on the sidewalk join us and bunnyhop all down south street. it's the best. the cotton tail clan is on hand
to show how it's done. >> hospital two up and two back. >> reporter: the parade ends at the second street head house shambles with costume competitions in 12 categories. >> kids, families, sometimes we have the whole families get dressed together. >> reporter: pets get in on the action, too, dress up and eat you'll be happier. >> we have the best restaurants in the city. >> reporter: many are offering easter brunch specials. with de-- traditional mamossa. there's french toast with fresh berries and cream. you can top it off with a easter rainbow cake. this is a tradition. now the family does. >> they have a best dressed.
police in arizona say formal nfl player todd heap accidently hit and killed his 3-year-old daughter with a truck. retired pro bowl tightened played for the ravens and cardinals. he showed no signs of impairment after the crash, he was driving forward at the time. the search is on for the person responsible for killing a bucks county family pet. bucks county spca offering a
1,000-dollar reward to catch the killer of a cat named scooby. it happened between 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in bensalem on knights road. >> it was a beautiful orange tiger cat that was friendly with all the people in the apartment complex that he lived in. he was very much loved by the children and other neighbors and his owner. officers don't have much to go on, since the shooting happened while the cat was roaming outside. it came back home with the bullet injury. spca asking for the public's help. a 12-foot shark attacked a surfer in hawaii. others pulled him from the water and applied a tourniquet on his leg. the 28-year-old victim was visiting from france. he is in critical condition. vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers.
by the time the drugs ran out, i was addicted. it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go. but i got help and you can too. you're not alone. help is within reach.
>> so glad you stayed with us, saturday morning, 9:24 your time, 62 degrees, sky6 live hd over the philadelphia international airport. 60s today and what about this? 80s tomorrow! meteorologist chris sowers has the forecast in just a bit. sports, now, phillies play the nationals in washington, d.c. this afternoon. phils losing streak four games, here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the phillies are cruising along in washington with the lead with aaron nolla on the mound they are in control until he exits stage left. phillies gave him the lead to play with, top of the second, tommy joseph, bang he has two
career hits against steven strasburg both are homers. 1-0 lead in the 7th. here comes trouble, rbi double. nats tied at 2. gomez having a brutal start to the season. losing the closer's job. kendrick slow to get it. bryce harper scoring all the way from first. phillies have lost a season high 4 in a row. they are back at it later today at 1:00 p.m. sixers fan, 1-0. when will the painful process be over and back in the playoffs. it will come next season. >> i don't know. let's talk about what the team is and who we draft and let's see ben simmons as a point
guard. we're not going to blink and feel like rushed to go spend stupid money on something that's going to get us a result that's below the line so we can feel good about a single season. >> reporter: man, they need a playoff trip. brown said his number one goal is to map out a plan for number one overall pick ben simmons he is ready to be the starting point guard when next season starts. >> ink ben simmons has a chance to be a matchup he is 6'10" he is a point guard. if i say he is 6'4" it doesn't sound as wild. i'm excited. >> he is a transformation type of player potentially at that spot. not dissimilar to what magic brought to the point guard spot years and years ago.
>> reporter: cannot wait. >> reporter: union are off to the worst start in major league soccer. unioning -- union looking for their first written against new york city. this is 53 yards away, are you kidding me? wow, over andre blake and in. union lose 2-nill they have not won a match since august since they were 0-10 and 4. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. a louisiana church awrched you do -- offered a unique service on friday, the pastor offered through drive-through prayers. hand to hold, the congregation believes the drive-threw prayer service can bring hope to others beyond the church wall. happening on "action news"
center city. mother nature offering a treat of her own this easter weekend. back outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers who is tracking it all, a warm easter in store. it will be warmer here than several locations in the state of florida tomorrow. temperatures this morning it's fairly chilly because of a southeasterly breeze, lots of cloud cover upstairs, because of that combined the two are making it feel a little cool. all in all it's not too terrible. pottstown, 52 degrees, malvern, 52. fortescue, 57. cape may, 54, dover checking in at 58 degrees. satellite and radar again, winds are off the ocean this morning you can see how quickly the clouds increased over the last 6 to 12 hours. we have more clouds from the west combining the two we'll have a mainly cloudy day today. a warm front punches through, the skies clear and winds shift out of the southwest, wait until
you see what happens tomorrow. today, 52 degrees and cloudy. we'll continue to see clouds late morning hours into the first part of the afternoon. 3:00 p.m., 64. and by 5:00 p.m., 66. we're shooting for a high of 67 degrees today. so the big story for tomorrow obviously is the warmth or heat that's heading this way, temperatures in the mid 80s. the big story next week we see a return to a more unsettled pattern in the delaware and lehigh valleys. dry today and tomorrow, monday and tuesday look good, wednesday, thursday, friday, rain 06% wednesday and 30% thursday and friday. when i come back in a few minutes i'll talk about that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you for the latest forecast at any time download the up graded accuweather app it has live radar temperatures for your neighborhood and the upcoming forecast it has the
exclusive minute cast the only minute by minute forecast for the region. it's a free download for your mobile device. 9:32 new information at 9:30 police in berks county looking for a person who shot a 1-year-old boy. this happened last night near route 100 in washington township. that boy is reported to be in critical condition. we'll keep you posted. new this morning, philadelphia fire marshal investigating after an early-morning fire in west philadelphia. this fire happened at 4:15 a.m. in the 1400 block of north muster street. flames were shooting from a second floor of a row home there. a woman and her dog were removed from the home. the woman was not injured, the dog was injured and getting care from red paws that's an organization that helps pets displaced by fire. new information to tell you about this morning and overnight night crash in the fishtown section sent a man to the
hospital. the driver of the red car lost control in the 1400 block of beech street that happened at 2:00 a.m. the car rolled over and the driver was trapped inside. the victim is recovering at hanheman university hospital. chopper 6 hd flew over edgemont township where a car slammed into a tree. three people were rushed to the hospital. their conditions have not been released. pennsylvania state police responded to the scene at 7:00 p.m. investigators are trying to figure out what caused the car to veer off the road. 9:33 a.m., a wild and scary scene in new york, confusion turned to chaos in all out pandemonium at penn station. the drama played out last night. some of the images from new york. this started with officers
reportedly screaming and then people say they thought they heard a gunshot. that sent scrambling scattering in all directions some folks running up to the street level. there was never a shooting. we learned that an amtrak police officer used a taser on a passenger who was refusing to obey demands. >> given our experience dealing with similar situations we were able to quickly review all the 911 calls and determined there were no actual shots fired. >> witnesses reported feeling terrified as a wave of people ran toward them. many saying they didn't know what to do and what was going on. they followed the crowd. we know that 16 people were hurt, no serious injuries were reported. happening today, boston marking the 4th anniversary of the deadly marathon bombing. quiet remembrances, have been planned to remember the victims. 3 second tairts -- 3 spectators
killed, 200 injured. a police officer was killed later while struggling with the bombers. easter weekend security at churches around the world will be increased. the extra security comes less than a week after suicide bombers targeted christians in egypt on palm sunday. vatican is on alert after thousands gathered to celebrate easter sunday. pope francis led a good friday service at the coliseum in front of thousands of people. easter vigil begins tonight at st. peter's about basilica and mastectomy in st. peter's square. president trump condemned the palm sunday attack in the weekly address. >> we pray for the strength and wisdom to achieve better
tomorrow one where good people of all faiths, christians, muslims and jewish and hindu can follow their hearts and worship according to their conscience. president trump is all science to enjoy the holiday with faith and piece. today is the normal day to file taxes, but because of it falls on a weekend, it normally would be monday, but monday is emancipation day, so tuesday will be the day. center field became the center stage for history. jackie robins shattered the
color barrier becoming the first black player in the major leagues. week's after his debut, the dodgers played the phillies in philadelphia. robinson was banned from playing with his teammates at the hotel. the hostility was displayed in the biopics 42. >> we're not going to take the field against your team if that boy is in uniform. >> why is that? his name is jackie robinson. >> we're not ready for that sort of thing in philadelphia. >> phillies manager reluctantly posed with a picture alongside robinson. he had hurled racial slurs at robinson during the game.
in 19975 mural honoring robinson went up in philadelphia. later today, the dodgers will dedicate stadium in memory of robinson. black history and culture showcase will pay homage to his legacy at the pennsylvania convention center today. the event is free, it will include a photo essay exhibit a screening of a documentary film and life size cut out of jackie in his brooklyn dodgers uniform for people to take pictures with. that will happen 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. today and tomorrow. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9 including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm david murphy this is lucas one of the dogs saved by paw it forward this week's winner in the "shelter me rescue of the week" contest. we'll have lucas and some of his friends on "action news." >> 64 years after going to the prom together, a couple finds
birth we're streaming this live at 6abc.com. if you've been following this story, she has been pregnant for 16 months. live images, april giving birth we don't know if it is a boy or girl. if you want to keep watching go to 6abc.com. with the bun request ears on -- bunny ears on, hundreds of people took part in the philadelphia rabbit run 5k. it raises money for parkinsons research. hospital to -- hop to the forec. are you going to wear your bunny ears tomorrow? >> i might. >> reporter: let's start out with a shot of the center city skyline. mostly cloudy skies greeting us, we have a cooler breeze out of the southeast. that's keeping the numbers down this morning. by afternoon, 65 to 68 somewhere
in that ballpark. tomorrow is unbelievable with highs in the mid 80s. radars are clear, we've had 80 degrees temperatures in this neck of the woods a couple of times this week. we had 85 and 86. philadelphia was cooler numbers wednesday, 77. thursday, 66. yesterday, 69 degrees. shooting for a high of 67 today. the only thing limiting us is the fact we'll see clouds upstairs. if we manage to break out in any kind of sun that temperature will be warmer than normal than 64. ocean temperature, 52 that's why it is chilly. millville, 56. cape may, 54. reading, 52 degrees. north and west there's not much
of a breeze, south and east we have winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. it's cooler at the jersey shore. satellite and radar you can see what happens here, anytime you get winds off the ocean, you tend to get a lot of clouds. we're seeing that now over the last couple of flames. we have showers for the southern delmarva area getting into the virginia capes and this part of the country. we won't see wet weather here, but clouds increase later today with the approaching warm front that slides through overnight tonight. that opens the door to unbelievably mild air with highs in the mid 80s. it will feel like florida come tomorrow. peeks of sunshine expected. tomorrow morning services, femplets close -- owe temperatures close to 60 degrees. we'll see sunshine and clouds. 4:00 p.m., lots of sunshine everywhere, no threat for rain until late in the day and even that is the far western suburbs
at that point. lancaster, reading and allentown, 7:00 p.m., maybe a stray shower or two. heavier thunderstorms across north central pennsylvania getting into pottsville and williams port and scranton, north of the pox p -- poconos. some of the showers could slide in around 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. during the daylight hours we dry. today, mid 60s. tomorrow, warm front punches through, starting out in the 60s and we manage highs in the mid 80s. 84 degrees in philadelphia. that's what the model has. accuweather will go 85. wilmington, 84. note the cooler numbers on the water, 70 for places like fortescue, gandys beach, wildwood, cape may, the villas, those areas there. sea isle and avalon, 75, 76. the numbers begin to fall as the cold front slides through tomorrow evening. increasing clouds, pleasant, 67 degrees is the forecasted
high, light breeze out of the south/southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, extremely mild. 354 surrounding suburbs, 60 for center city. easter sunday looking good, morning services, 60 degrees, lunchtime, 78. lots of sunshine, 4:00 p.m., a summer feel highs in the low to mid 80s. here we go, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 67 today. 85 tomorrow. that will be the third time this year we've had highs in the 80s. monday, sun and clouds, 75. tuesday and wednesday, cooler with highs in the 60s. thursday and friday warmer highs in the 70s. we have a chance of showers on both days, so perfect. >> you say some people are hopping mad. >> reporter: i like that by the way. a little bit too warm too soon. >> 9:46 a.m., to celebrate national youth art month. the art museum sue in wilmington
will showcase the work of crowning artists in the state of delaware. 13 to 18 years old. the exhibit runs today through april 23. in this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" we visit paw it forward, a foundation that rescues dogs and pays it forward. david murphy has the story. >> reporter: the paw it forward foundation is celebrating their 4th year saving lives. >> i want to come up with something different an organization that would help everyone. >> reporter: it got the start when they saw a need for medical funding in local rescue. money is an issue. >> reporter: since the founding paw it forward has donated $45,000 to cover the cost of medical care at local rescues. they have their own rescue
components specifically the bully breed. >> tomorrow when you tell me there's poodles in the shelter that need help we would rescue poodles. >> they say ginger bred cookie, known as ginger. she is a lovely very, very affectionate dog. >> reporter: ivy is deaf, her foster mom uses hand signals to communicate with her. she is crate trained and house trained. >> london likes to run and play. >> reporter: this is lucas a 2 to three-year-old mastiff pit mix. he was found abandoned after being hit by a car and had a fractured jaw. he is fixed and treat you now and read for a forever home. if you're interested in any of the animals you met today visit the paw it forward website page.
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it will offer volunteers to give bumps from an overbooked flight. an internal memo indicates delta will offer up to ten thousand dollars. supervise could approve the higher amount. a united express passenger was dragged off a flight after turning down an incentive to give up his seat. united is reviewing incentives for customers. a study finds the more you use facebook, the worst you feel. researchers at harvard examined
35200 adults over two years and asked about their well-being and activity on the site. they found liking other contents and clicking links resulted in decrease in their life satisfaction. a couple got married 64 years after it began, abc's "world news" anchor david muir said they went their special ways and lost someone special and found each other again. >> reporter: this is wendy when her and jim started dating in 1953. they went to prom together as life goes they went their separate ways for college. both met new loves and started families. they were happily married more than 50 years and recently they both lost their spouses. it was difficult, but jim remembered joys from all those years ago. she suffered loss too, after
looking her up, what did joys say, it was nice to hear from you again, we started talking on the phone, he said why don't you come over to see you. i said this that would be good. >> they say you never forget your first love, there might have been a spark that was smoldering in each of our hearts. >> reporter: after seeing each other after all those years. >> i recognized him. >> we said to each other, i wonder if it would be possible where we left off 64 years ago. >> one day on the phone he said would you mary -- marry me, i said yes, that's a good idea. >> reporter: the high school sweethearts tieing the knot 64 years after the prom. >> without hesitation we said yes, that's where we are, a week into our marriage. >> that's right.
>> final check of the forecast before we say goodbye. >> reporter: i want to give you an idea how warm it will be around here tomorrow. it will be warmer in the city than the entire state of florida. these are predicted highs, orlando, 83. naples 83. miami, 80. we're forecasting 85 in philadelphia. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 67 cloudy, 85. wonderful day tomorrow, even monday looks really nice, 75 degrees. >> back live to new york we want to take you, because april the giraffe had the baby.
we don't know if it's a boy or girl, april has been pregnant for 16 months. you probably can see the baby behind the girl of -- giraffe. everybody has been opening and waiting for the birth of the giraffe. we've been streaming this live at 6abc.com, and our facebook page. the good news april had the baby. she is looking at the baby, we hope the baby will be okay. the baby is moving, that's a good sign there. april the giraffe having a baby. we'll let you know if it's a boy or girl. details at 6abc.com. for now, that's it for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team. make it a great day. we'll see you tomorrow.
announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everybody, i'm jack hanna coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." even the biggest animals have to start small. today, we're looking at 6 that come from eggs. al: from a little chick, like this, the size of your hand, to full size. jack: some have feathers and beaks-- look how heavy that thing is. it's unbelievable. others have flippers and shells-- jeeper. golly day. lee: a sand shower. jack: and one nearly swallowed me whole. you see-- sue: jack, there's one right behind you. jack: oh, yeah. we've got all that, plus, my blooper of the week. hold them off, sue, until i get the eggs pla