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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, april 22. here's some of the stories we're following for you on "action news." it is a gloomy start to the weekend. look at this, you will want an umbrella as you head out today. but take note, brighter skies will finally prevail. shot while sitting on his front porch. philadelphia police searching for a gunman who opened fire overnight leaving a man hospitalized. put on notice, so-called sanctuary cities such as philadelphia have been told by the white house to comply with immigration laws for lose
millions. first outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. the rain is on the way, if it is not already in some places. >> reporter: someplaces we're seeing clouds and showers as we speak. we have fog out here and conditions are damp and raw. 55 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, 53. millville, 54. wilmington, 56. you can see the direction of the arrows, the winds are straight out of the north/northeast that will keep the numbers on the chilly side later this afternoon. the normal high for this time of the year is 66. we're starting at 55 in most cases you would think okay, it's going to be a mild day. but because of the clouds and north/northeasterly breeze, it will be chilly later on. we have showers pushing through the mid atlantic states. every now and then we get embedded cells, heavier shower activity. the day planner looks like this,
11:00 a.m., 56 degrees, cloudy skies and showers. 1:00 p.m., it's mainly cloudy at that point, 58. 3:00 p.m., perhaps a leftover shower, 58 degrees. 5:00 p.m., 57 cloudy skies damp and dreary, maybe patchy drizzle. other locations around the delaware and the lehigh valleys. you head out to lancaster, 56. downingtown 58 a couple of showers, the i-95 corridor, close to 58 or 59. morning rain, leftover afternoon showers, glass borough and berlin, 59. jersey shore, 56. cloudy and damp with rain this morning and leftover shower by afternoon. now the weekend will turn brighter, especially tomorrow. today you'll be dodging a few rain drops. more rain on the way monday and tuesday, i'll have the timing for that how much to expect and a warm up in the seven-day forecast when i come back in ten minutes. >> look forward to the update. folks your time 7:02. there's new information to tell you about this morning, someone
shot a man sitting on his front porch. it happened in north philadelphia. police are working to track down the shooter. it happened outside a house at 18th and susquehanna streets around 2:15 a.m., a man walked up to the victim and opened fire shooting him several times. the victim is in critical condition. police have not released a motive. no arrests have been made. the white house put the city of philadelphia on notice comply with federal immigration authorities or lose millions in federal funding this coming as the trump administration cracks down on sanctuary cities across the nation. jeff chirico explains. >> it should not come as a shock or surprise that a letter of this nature would come to the discipline strayings. >> reporter: the letter was -- administration. the letter requires the city to approve they are complying with immigration law and cooperating
with immigration authorities to get a law enforcement grant. >> are they willing to jeopardize the dollars or try to protect basically illegal immigrants. >> sanctuary city policy improve relations between immigrant communities and police departments. >> reporter: mayor kenny long rejected the notion that undocumented immigrants are the source of crime. >> the approach attacking so-called sanctuary cities is based on fear. >> reporter: the federal government demand will make undocumented immigrants less likely to report crimes. >> they will be less likely to cooperate and less likely to be involved and less likely to answer subpoenas and trickle down effect of that is a less safe city. >> reporter: representative white doesn't buy in addition to the federal funding the city could lose she introduced a bill to with hold state funding to
sanctuary municipalities in pennsylvania. >> it's in the hundreds of millions of dollars. it's a substantial number that the city should take into consideration when they are making their decision whether to keep this dangerous policy. >> reporter: the mayor said this is a pr stunt by the dlin -- administration. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." time 7:05 a.m., if you're just waking up, a bold bank robber target add bank steps away from a -- targeted a bank steps away from a police station. the man held up this td bank in astin two doors down from the police station on kennel road. police released this surveillance picture of the suspect. the material believes the suspect had dread locks tucked
under the hat. police believe the man got away in a two door yellow cobalt with a missing rear left side hub cap. you nighted airlines is taking -- united airlines is taking >> reporter: tense moments on an american airlines flight a mom crying after a passenger violently grabbed her stroller nearly injurying her child. >> she was very upset very violently yanked it. he pulled out a phone and captured the moment the other passenger demanded to know the flight attendant's name. >> you do that i will knock you
flat. >> you stay out of this. >> reporter: that passenger from dallas, a baby almost got hurt that just fired me up. that was it. the video has been seen over $100,000, passengers say the mom and kids were traveling from argentina and escorted over the plane. the flight attended remained on door, but american airlines said he is grounded saying we are disappointed by the actions, the american team member has been removed from duty while we investigate the incident. >> he lost his cool. that's unfortunately exactly what happened. >> that was bradley black burn with the report. we could learn next week whether it is life in prison or the death penalty for eric frein. just yesterday, the a jury deciding the fate of the convicted killer heard emotional testimony. the mother of murdered trooper
corporal brian dixon said she does not hate him, but wants him held accountable. he shot and killed dixon and injured a second trooper the pencil phase is expected to wrap up next week. tom wolf stripped his lieutenant governor of his state police protection, that follows the claim how he treated troopers in the security detail. the state inspector investigating abuse allegation during the mistreatment of employees at the lieutenant governor's residents. governor wolf said that the ground keepers and staffers work under a provision. if you have kids, and they are looking for summer jobs, the city of wilmington said 200 jobs are up for grabs.
the jobs are with parks and rec. the applications and requirements are on wilmington's website. we've got you covered we'll post all the information at 6abc.com. the jobs are typically in such high demand that a lottery system needs to be used, but this year, the jobs are still available. new research sparking renewed efforts into finding a domed flight. scientists believe they may have an idea where the missing malaysia flight is located. caring for the beloved four legged friends of our military men and women while they are deployed. you'll hear how a man turned it into his passion after his requirement. >> reporter: we have a 50/50 weekend in the delaware and lehigh valleys with the return of sunshine tomorrow. more rain heading this way monday and tuesday and huge warmup heading this way by friday. details in the exclusive
>> new research could spark a search for the missing malaysia airline flight 370. australian scientists say it is most likely located north of the abandoned search zone. experts studied a wing that washed up on an island in the indian ocean. they used replica airline parts to recreate the drift pattern. the jet vanished with 239 people on board on march 8, 2014. 7:12 we like to help you plan your weekend with meteorologist chris sowers, boy it's not that i don't like you chris, but i don't love the forecast. >> reporter: you loved me last week with all the sunshine. >> i don't know will love. >> reporter: okay. let's get you outside and show you the live shot from city hall, our temple university -- i
mean the city hall camera, excuse me. a little bit of a breeze, not too much, the winds out of the northeast 5 to 10 miles per hour. the bigger story is the lack of sunshine and the showers that will push through in the next couple of hours. speaking of showers, already starting to line up, there's a batch across south jersey and one west of the city, montgomery and chester county. downingtown, norristown sporting a little light rain. northward in lansdale and knocking on the door in doylestown all shifting off to the northeast 20 miles per hour. that's how the morning will play out. lots of clouds, showers from time to time, maybe you get into a steadier period of rain, briefly, but you could see that within the next hour or two, as well. patchy fog. by afternoon it's cloudy with scattered showers in and around the delaware and the lehigh valleys. not the best way to start the weekend, but it could be worse. 55 in philadelphia.
allentown, 53. chilly to the north. poconos, 45. we flipped the number around for millville. 54. dover, 55. trenton, checking in at 53. here's the culprit here's a huge area, an upper level low pressure system which is out to the west, this has to hit the coast an pull away before he -- we see the return ever sunshine. the high which you can't see, will bully its way into the pattern and slightly shift the track down to the south by tomorrow. today is gray and gloomy with a couple of showers. tomorrow this hi bumps the low to the south, that we see sunshine by the afternoon. monday and tuesday, the low strengthens and lifts north. 9:00 a.m. this morning look for cloudy skies and patchy fog and drizzle. a couple of areas could see steadier periods of rain. 2:00, there's a couple of
leftover showers and cloudy skies for the majority of the viewing area. maybe we're seeing patchy fog at that point. later this evening, same thing, overnight tonight partly cloudy that sets up a decent day tomorrow starting out with clouds, the clouds will gradual thin out we'll see the return of sunshine especially to the north. tomorrow will be a day the farther south you go, the greater it will look. -- grayer it will look. here comes the steadier rain rainfall totals across south jersey and delaware could exceed two inches in some locations, again this is monday and tuesday. this afternoon it's kind of like day one of misery, if you will. allentown, 58. expect morning rain and patchy fog, a couple of afternoon showers, it will be chilly with highs in the 50s. overnight tonight, the skies open up a little bit, partly
cloudy and chilly, lows in the mid 40s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, the payoff is by the end of the week. 87 by friday with a a lot of sunshine. in the meantime, it's cloudy, chilly and raw, high of 59. some rain this morning. sunday, sunshine mixed with high clouds you'll see more sun to the north and more clouds to the south, 63. monday and tuesday, cloudy and damp periods of rain temperatures in the 50s, wednesday, 74. thursday and friday both look really nice, 83 and 87 just in time for the nfl draft. mother nature will cooperate. >> the good stuff is coming. >> reporter: stay patient. >> i will. 7:16 a.m., medical emergencies and military deployments can interrupt the bonds of love with pets. art of aging introduce us to a senior who who is helping with the challenges.
>> reporter: after 30 years as a realtor, bud miller said is that all there is? >> i know what i want to do, i'm all about the human animal bond. a service provides temporary foster care for others in emergency situations. >> i can't stand a person going over to iraq and they have to given up their animal. >> reporter: the service provides peace of minds for pet owners, the act of kindness benefit the families who foster the animal. >> i love it, because you're helping someone. we're baby-sitters. when you see the reunion, it's worth everything. >> reporter: miller suggests pet fostering might be the perfect thing for seniors. >> the best overall fossil --
foster relationship are people 55 on, they want to do so something to help someone else. >> they provide resources for families and owners insuring that a successful relationship is maintained through the process. >> we're constantly massaging each other and facebooking. >> reporter: a win/win for all parties involved. >> he pretty much saved my life when i got him, i was stuck i didn't know what to do, i'm exceptionally grateful for this. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news." go to protect your vehicle?
morning, 7:21, 55 degrees, if you have weekend plans be prepared for it to look like this, gloomy gray and the sun will return, chris sowers will let you know in just a bit. celebrate the record store day with live music and historic releases and flags and snacks. it's celebrating the independently owned record store. you will meet people across the region who love music. this is vinyl revival in lands 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. oaks montgomery county, you can see mind blowing creations that are made entirely out of legos, you can see how they say little plastic bricks open up a world of imagination and creativity. breakfast fest live from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. to
you want a piece of me? good, i'm delicious. creamy, delicious, 100% natural cheese. mini babybel. snack a little bigger. everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, this is the forecast for the next few days, get used to the clouds. lots of clouds. this does not include sunday, this is saturday, monday and tuesday, tomorrow we'll see a little bit of sun.
lots of clouds, patchy fog and dreary and damp, it will bring chilly temperatures to the region, as well. philadelphia sits here, the low will slowly move out of the virginias and the carolinas and drift to the north northeast, today, monday and tuesday look miserable. once the low lifts north into the canadian maritimes, the atlantic high pressure system moves closer to the coast like this. the winds wrap around the high in the clockwise fashion. all of a sudden it gets nice and toasty with highs in the 80s. there are a few forecast models that suggest this time next weekend we could touch 90. gray? >> 90? wow. the phillies finally beat the braves, here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, the phillies bats have come alive after banging out 29 hits flue
three game series -- in a three game series in new york, they won two of those games. third inning, two more hits last night including the rbi double in the third. 2-0 phils. tommy joseph, 3-0 phillies lead. erl -- is below 2. two men on, he strikes out tyler flowers to end the game. the phillies survive, 4-3. >> from last year, up to now we had lost seven in a row to them, which i was not aware of, it was nice to beat them just like we beat the mets. >> philadelphia is on the clock, nfl draft is less than a
week away, five days to be exact. the city wants to get it right, so do the eagles for that matter. benjamin franklin parkway is barely recognizable right now, you will see thousands of people pass through there in a three day event. howie roseman hopes to learn from his past mistakes and successes. >> it's been tremendous for me to get insight and learn that's what everything is all about. >> we'll examine the eagles prospects wednesday, that's wednesday night at 7:30 on 6abc. the union have dug themselves into a huge hole to start the season. they are off to a 0-4-2 start. this afternoon they host montreal. the coach wants the team to remain confident. >> we were at our best when we
were responding quickly to adversity. the guys have to have a belief and confidence that mistakes are made over the course of 90 minutes, how you bounce back is how you get points in this league. it is something we discussed. >> you can catch the match against montreal on 6abc at 1:00 p.m. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers. you have yourself a terrific weekend.
>> this morning we're keeping our eyes on rain falling across the delaware and lehigh valleys. details on when we'll see the sun. plus arc chester county teachers aid in jail accused of sexually assaulting a student. we are learning details about what was inside a california cabin where a missing tennessee teen was found with her former teacher. sky6 live hd taking you live right now looking at the commodore barry bridge in chester, delaware county. you can see the rain drops there on the camera. rain right now falling across parts of the area. let's take you back outside live to meteorologist chris sowers who is tracking it all for you, chris, just not a pretty day. >> reporter: it depends, some people like the clouds, right, like the rainy conditions, that's pretty much what today will be. you just showed the live shot in
chester, the union taking on montreal later this afternoon down there in talen energy stadium. get used to the clouds, lots of clouds for the game and showers expect the down there, as well. pottstown, 51. malvern, 53. media, 54. bethlehem, 51. a pair of 5s for center city. dover, 55. vineland, 53. blue berry country, hammonton, 52 degrees, tracker double scan we -- storm tracker 6 live double scan we set it into motion, a couple of areas are picking up one or two showers, one or two locations a brief heavy downpour. you can see it's broken a part scattered stuff pushing through the mid atlantic states. willow grove lansdale reporting light rain. there's another pocket in media, pushing out of delaware county over the delaware river into gloucester and camden counties in south jersey, forecast for today, here's the day planner in
the city of philadelphia, the immediate surrounding suburbs, temperatures in the upper 50s, morning rain, a leftover afternoon shower and for the jersey shore, pretty much the same thing morning rain a leftover afternoon shower, temperatures are cooler, highs only topping out in the mid 50s, the dreary conditions continue monday and tuesday, we have a nice warmup in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. that arrives thursday, i'll let you know how warm it gets when i come back in just a few minutes. gray. >> thank you for the update. 7:32 a.m., there's a long list of charges against a teacher's aid accused of sexual assault. the young victim is a student at conostoga high school where the suspect worked for more than a decade. >> reporter: mr. phillips do you have anything to say. >> no comment. >> reporter: your his attorney. >> reporter: he didn't say anything, it's hard to imagine what's going through the head of arthur phillips. from the parking lot of the
district court he was heading to jail. he is facing charge for having sex with a 16-year-old student at conostoga high school. >> it's sad, because he was in a place of authority. he should have known better. according to court documents phillips met the victim at the beginning of the school year. he works as an instructional aid at the television production substituted io. court documents detail it was in his office he made unwanted advances. the child described instances and tried to avoid the defendant's advances. he would pick the teen up in his car and go park somewhere. the child would tell the defendant no, she did not wanted to it. the complaint states when phillips realized this situation came to light, he crashed his own car and in the car was a note on it was written i was just a guy trying to help a kid
and boundaries got gray. when this started the student was 15 years old. he faces numerous counts and aggravated counts of indecent assault and institutional sexual assault. the arrest falls on the same day one year ago when another conostoga teacher's aid was arrested, christine towers was charge with having sex with a 16-year-old student who was tutoring privately. she is serving a 11 to 23 month sentence in county jail. phillips has been suspended from his duties while the case plays out, he is due in court next month. reporting at conostoga high school, bob bobbing channel 6 "action news." >> "action news" has learned that a south philadelphia soccer coach accused of fathering a child with one of his teenage players is in the u.s. illegally. immigration custom enforcement agents took him into custody
back in 2001. he actually returned to mexico voluntarily, but at some point was able to re-enter the u.s. police arrested the 39-year-old man this week. philadelphia police say he paid a girl who was 13 or 14 at the time for sex and they say she got pregnant. this morning we have an update on the tennessee teacher who allegedly abducted his student. he appeared in federal court that will happen monday. we got a look inside the cabin where elizabeth thomas was found along with her teacher tad tadcummings he is in jail facing federal and state charges. president donald trump one week away from marking 100 days in office. he will reach the milestone days after making a huge announcement
about his plans to reform taxes. president trump unveiled he will unveil a massive tax cut package. the president said both businesses and individuals will see a decrease. he refused to disclose any of the details, he called it the biggest tax cuts ever, the president hinted it will be a busy upcoming week, but pushed way against the 100 day marker. >> you're going to get healthcare. >> we'll see what happens. healthcares is coming along well, government is coming along well. >> reporter: president trump is taking heat for failing to get congress to pass any major bills. in a reversal now call also the 100 day marker quote ridiculous standards. president trump had a brief meeting with an
egyptian-american charity worker who was freed from egypt after being detained for three years. she and her husband returned to washington thursday. earlier this week she was acquitted of child abuse charges that were widely seen as bogus by human rights group and the u.s. they established a foundation to help street children in 2013 but arrest a year later. this is the moment a gunman opened fire on police officers on the famed champ elysees in paris thursday. one officers was killed and two injured before the gunman was shot and killed. he was identified as a french national who spent 14 years in prison right near his body police found a note defending isis. the attack could have a big impact on france' presidential election. 7:37 a.m., appears george
h.w.bush will remain in a texas hospital through the weekend. the 41st president recovering from a mild case of pneumonia. former president had been hospitalized in houston since a week ago friday because of a persistent cough. he spent 16 days in the hospital in january because of pneumonia. >> more traffic restrictions going into effect ahead of big nfl draft. the three day festival begins thursday along the benjamin franklin parkway. all lanes of the parkway will be closed from 20th to the art museum beginning monday night at 7:00 p.m. that includes the closure of 67 westbound ramp to 22nd street. we have full coverage. draft preparations on our 6abc app. right now you can get a look of the map of the nfl draft experience and where 6abc will
be stationed live at football history is made. the 6abc app is a free download right now you can get it for your mobile device. today is earth day arc global event held to improve the environment. in gloucster county cleanups are scheduled in logan, swedesboro and woolwich at 8:00 a.m. sign up at 2155 township line road in logan. another cleanup is happening at the pleasantville new jersey rec center on wrighten avenue. this begins at -- brighten avenue, at 9:00 a.m. pleasant explores program and new jersey state police a part of the effort. frogs could hold the key to fighting off food virus. the future of the king of ending handle his wife and brother -- england, his wife and brother sit down for a frank
discussion on mental health how the death of their mother impacted them. a woman is trapped in a sinking car in north jersey, we have the details for you back outside live we go. sky6 live hd via the temple university camera giving you that gloomy gray look over the city. will it get better? chris has the answer for you coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast
>> an will care transition and two off duty police officers called heros after they rescued a woman from a north jersey pond. three vehicles collided in eatontown, sunday night. married off duty jersey police officers, saw the crash and they waded out into the pool. there they met an electrician together they dragged the floating car back toward the edge of the ponld. >> ponld -- pond. at that point the car was filling up with water. it was up to her lap and up to her chest and the engine was turning into the water. >> so glad they were there. first responders arrived they cruised the police officer's baton to smash into the window. the driver is expected to be okay. >> a good ending.
what did you do? >> reporter: not a good ending. last weekend was so nice. if i push a different button maybe we'll get sunshine. i can guarantee we won't see sun today. sky6 live hd the walt whitman bridge in the background down at penns landing, lots of clouds even a little bit of rain falling in parts of the area right now. storm tracker 6 live double scan note that it is scattered isolated pockets of rain falling across the region. we'll zoom into philadelphia county across and over the delaware river in the western portions of camden and gloucester county, haddonfield, cherry hill, camden area seeing a steadier, but light rain this morning. pushing off to the east 20 to 25 miles per hour. the ben franklin bridge, the walt whitman bridge is there getting wet off route 42 heading into the city getting wet.
everybody else seeing light precipitation. lighter stuff off to the northeast. steadier stuff down in the southern tip of cape may county. villas, dell haven reporting a moderate rain working east/northeast 20 to 25 miles per hour. we have a thick fog settling into the south. millville, 2 1/2 miles. wilmington, 4. anne philadelphia 5. note to the north, where the rain has not moved in just yet. visibility is all right, reading, allentown and the poconos, ten miles. no visibility restrictions to the north, fog settling into the south. temperatures are fairly mild for this time of the day. numbers are not going anywhere this afternoon. the normal high is 66. it will be a chillier afternoon compared to where we should be for this time of the year. millville, 54. 55 in dover, lancaster, reading. allentown, 53. poconos 45. satellite and radar this is what
we're watching here it's an upper level low pressure system that's moving along swiftly right now, but the main flow of traffic if you will the jet stream is up to the north across the northern tier states. it will leave the low behind. as the low marches to the east it will start to slow down. because of that we're expecting dreary conditions right through tuesday. not just today, but monday and tuesday, as well, hopefully sunday catching a little bit of a break and return of sunshine. future tracker 6, 9:00 a.m., steady rain for new jersey and delaware. it is a gray day patchy fog and drizzle. 6:30 p.m. leftover showers possible. overnight tonight partly cloudy, the nighttime hours should remain dry. sunday we start out with clouds. the clouds thin out as the high nudges its way in and brings sunshine to the lehigh valley and parts of the delaware valley
tomorrow afternoon. monday and tuesday, the low that i showed you on the satellite and radar that reloads and more rain pushes through here. just today and tonight we're looking at rainfall totals anywhere from an inch to perhaps a little bit more. don't pay attention to the 2.75. i think that's overdone. half inch in philadelphia, quarter inch north and west. for today, let's say, morning rain, otherwise a cloudy day leftover afternoon showers, 59 degrees. winds light out of the north/northwest 5 to 15 miles per hour. rain this morning, cloudy skies this afternoon with the leftover shower. 1:00 p.m., 58. #3:00 p.m. 58 degrees. game two against the braves 3 game set, 7:05 p.m. start time. leftover shower early perhaps the first or second inning. otherwise it's a cloudy night, temperatures in the 50s. periods of rain early on, 59. cloudy skies by afternoon, sun
and clouds sunday, 63. more rain monday and tuesday, temperatures in the 50s, raw and chilly. wednesday, thursday, friday, 74 wednesday, 83 thursday, 87, 87 by friday. that's good stuff. >> i can't wait for that. gray is a gray day. like my day? >> reporter: we don't like that gray. >> check storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. "fyi philly" gallon lochs lochs -- gallops your way on 6abc,. >> reporter: hi everyone here's what's coming up on "fyi philly." >> what's the first thing you'll buy? >> a cheese steak. >> reporter: a legendary chef is back in the kitchen. another philly great has a new play book. we take a time out for sweet
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should be. the american heart soccer puts the number at nearly 25% of middle aged adults. that means 26 million more americans should be taking that medication. britain's prince william and harry spoke this week about losing their mother the late princess diana at such a young age. they were talking about mental health william and harry spoke about how they handled their mother's death. they admitted they had not talked about diana enough. >> you have to face yourself and at some point you can't runaway from it, and avoid it. someone has to lead and be brave enough to face that. >> heads together campaign aims the stigma around the mental health. coming up next, chris sowers has the final check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. (jessica) i love beneful
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>> all right, folks sky6 live hd taking a live look right now cape may, new jersey, it's been raining down the shore, a dreary start to the weekend, unfortunately. meteorologist chris sowers is here with an update on the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: all right, gray, we'll zoom into philadelphia, this is storm tracker 6 live, scattered showers from palmyra to cherry hill to mount laurel. this is steady and pushing off to the northeast at 20 miles per hour. this will move into central burlington county in the next 20 minutes or so. most of the region seeing pockets of showers. if you're heading to the union game they are taking on montreal at 1:00 p.m. down in talen
energy stadium down in chester. it will be chilly for the game, cloudy and cool and showers, temperatures in the 50s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows temperatures will stay in the 50s monday and tuesday, look at the bottom of the screen, whatdy say for friday? 87 degrees, that continues through next weekend. upper 80s close to 90. >> 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a." new confrontation on board an airplane. a distraught mom gets into an argument with a flight attendant. a fellow passenger comes to her defense he tangles with the crew member. how the airline is responding. president trump in a last minute push to fulfill campaign promises, can he revive healthcare reform and rot out a plan -- roll out a plan for tax
cut and work with congress keeping the government from shutting down. a family reunited a 15-year-old student back home in tennessee after misting for a month. we'll see you soon. >> "action news" continues back here at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, a boy with autism asked a medal winning swimmer to the prom. she said yes, details on the attire he wants her to wear. two brothers celebrate a milestone at a pizza shop in south philadelphia. we'll tell you how you can benefit. for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, fight on a flight. >> hey, bud. you do that to me and i'll knock you flat. >> a passenger and an airline employee almost coming to blows after a mother of two is reduced to tears. >> you can't use violence with baby. give me back my stroller please. >> what set off this latest chaotic scene on board an aircraft. passengers speaking out this morning and the airline's response. nearing a milestone. president trump closing in on 100 days in office. so, what about his promises? >> what follows is my 100-day action plan to make america great again. >> as he gets ready to tackle tax reform, what a looming government shutdown could mean for his plans.