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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m., saturday, april 18. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." philadelphia police make a quick arrest after two men are found, one hospitalized in critical condition. police search for women caught on cell phone video fighting in a center city store. plus rebuilding a landmark
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bridge in montgomery and chester counties, what you need to know about monday morning's commute. david murphy is in for chris he has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. this is a good one. >> reporter: it couldn't be better really. storm tracker 6 live double scan is showing us we're dry as a bone. as we take a look outside we're looking at plenty of sunshine to build over the horizon. there's the atlantic city shore view. clue -- cloud cover off the coast that's moving away from us. we're looking at high pressure bringing us plenty of sunshine today. we're starting out fairly comfortable too, the number is 57 in philadelphia. 40 os in in allentown. 6 in atlantic city along the coast in sea isle city. a comfortable enough morning with winds on the light side. 58 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 72 as soon as noon and # p.m.,
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78 degrees, i actually think we'll get a high of 79 this afternoon that will be at 3:30, 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., we're back to 77 degrees, a couple of issues we have afternoon enhanced fire danger out there until 8:00 p.m. because of low humidity. there will be a light breeze at times, of course we haven't had a lot of rain recently, so be careful about flicking the cigarettes out the car window and avoid parking your vehicle over dry grass. the pollen count is high today and tomorrow. we get a break on monday, the trade jo of is rain. i'll have details the rest of the weekend getting cooler on sunday, of course that monday morning rain it's all ahead in the seven day. >> a father, son and firefighter were injured in a blaze in northeast philadelphia. "action news" was at the green terrace apartments on tremont street. father and son were rescued from
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the balcony being treated for smoke. the firefighter was hospitalized with minor burns to his legs. the action cam on the scene when one victim was stabbed in the chest, he is in critical condition at einstein. the other victim was stabbed in the face, he is out of the hospital. both men are in their 40s investigators took a third man into custody so far no word what set all this off. two dozen people were arrested in a child pornography crackdown that expand the five-county area. agents with the pennsylvania attorney general's carried out a day long raid against child predators. "action news" was there as the police moved in. >> reporter: agents with the pennsylvania attorney general's child preld tore unit raided
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this home before noon. their target -- predator unit raided this home. >> he had 25 files of child porn greafer depicting a little girl. only "action news" was there as attorney general was briefed. the raid culminates a two week operation netting 23 arrests. ryan garner was captured outside a restaurant. he shout he was meeting a mother to have sex with her 8-year-old daughter. >> that's the nice part of the job when they arrive instead of meeting the child they meet us. >> reporter: in the past year, the attorney general's office has been using mobile units like this they increase efficiency and allow agents an officers to make arrests and file charges and get the sexual predators behind bars much more quickly.
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it is processed on scene. >> reporter: ment attorney general says she has a message for anyone intending to harm a child or view child pornography. >> we are watching we'll finds you and we'll arrest you and you will go to jail exactly where they should be. >> reporter: chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> we have more on our story at our website. the online coverage includes a gallery of mug shots of the suspects arrested. you can find it at cell phone video captured a fight that broke out in the middle of a center city clothing store. it happened inside the 1700 block of walnut street. police got multiple calls about a fight involving a number of women inside the store. officers foot there but were not able to catch up with anybody involved in the brawl. fbi agents on the hunt for serial bank bandits have found
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their man. a tip led to rashawn mitchell. he is the suspect in four robberies. three of them in the past week. for now, he is charged with only one, a holdup at a center city republic bank on february 28. philadelphia police made another arrest in the vicious gas station beating. surveillance video show # people pile out -- seven people pile out of a minivan and pummel a man with a fists wood and hammer. two women were arrested and another is facing charges and attempted murder and conspiracy and numerous other counts. >> allentown mayor he had pulaski announced he is running for u.s. senate he will compete with joe sestak of delaware county to face pat toomey in the
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fall. using the construction backdrop in his city he said his experience as mayor is needed in the senate. >> i think what people are most upset with what's happening in washington today is this obstruction iist attitude that has stopped recall progress from stopping on all fights. we need a mayor to get things done and change the culture that's going on in washington d.c. >> state democratic leaders are trying to recruit the chairman of the montgomery county commissioners josh shapiro to run. new hampshire and the race for the white house potential nominees are addressing the gop conference. marko rubio told the crowd that learning english is essential for any american. chris christie will push back
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the age for social security or medicare for future retirees. hillary clinton will complain in new hampshire monday and tuesday she'll hold round table discussions with small business employees students and educators. she'll meet with elected officials. mrs. clinton won the new hampshire primary in her first presidential bid in 2008. the power struggle at the revel has taken another turn. last week the utility plant cut off service when strawbl -- straub brought in backup generators. he is prohibited from attaching that to the equipment. atlantic city is fining him five thousand dollars every day he
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remains in the dark because of fire violations. unemployment rose 5.3% that's up a .1% since february. the number of jobs was down always the number of job seekers went up. the most jobs were lost in education and health sectors. montgomery and chester counties are in store for traffic changes this monday. the valley forge road bridge in phoenixville is being torn down. video video takes a look at the changes you'll see come monday. >> reporter: it's going to be a mess. it's going to be a mess. >> reporter: that's the kind of pessimism we found an busy friday afternoon on route 23 at the landmark valley forge road bridge over pickerring creek. the bridge is 48 years old an in bad shape. it has to be torn down and
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replaced. monday morning penndot will tear it down. >> well post detours for passenger vehicles and trucks, there are two separate detour routes. this will have a major impact on traffic. there are detour routes to congests highways. route 432 to oaks. those who use and live off this section of route 23 know congestion and slow downs are coming. >> i know it's -- a lot of friends of mine work in king of prussia, philly, it's going to have problems. you're going to have a lot of angry people in the morning and rush hour. >> it will be a little inconvenient. but you have to live with it, they have to do the bridge. >> reporter: valley forge road will be closed down until the
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end of year. extra police monitoring by penndot will be deployed because motorists are expected to go through neighborhoods. >> my grandson rides up and down the street on the bike. >> reporter: it's going to be here for a year. >> my nice quiet neighborhood isn't going to be nice and quite anywhere. >> reporter: vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> firing back, dr. oz defends himself after a group of doctors urge columbia university to remove him from the fault. under water parts of the lonestar state has been inundated with flooding. >> reporter: if you're travel to the midwest we have severe on tap in the central line and along the gulf coast high damaging wind gusts and large hail where you see the orange and slight risk for tornados. our most commonly traveled
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destinations we have fog in in orlando and rain in atlanta no major delays. i'll be back with a cool down and rain on monday all ahead.
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flash flooding is expected in eastern texas. nothing like that here. we're looking at sunshine. >> reporter: we'll have a hard time finding significant cloud cover, let alone storms. we'll get rain on monday, but there's nothing going on storm tracker 6 live. as we look outside we're looking at a nice morning. in cape mayment farther south you go along the coast the better chance you have of early morning fog. that will burn off before too much longer. it will be cooler at the shore today than inland. 567 degrees in philadelphia. clear as a bell in the city. 43 degrees if allentown. 51 in trenton. 53 in millville. in the milder air you've got the fog the farther down the coast you go in sea isle and cape may at this hour. temperatures in time upper 50s right now. not a lot of wind all these zeros represent calm winds. partly of the reason you have the fog laying in along the southern tip of cape may county. there's no wind to mix it up.
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these breezes will pick up a little bit after we get later into the day. not a lot of cloud cover overall you can see it receding to the south, we're looking at bright conditions if you're traveling around today you'll need the sunglasses for sure. in allentown a nice day warm, 79 degrees, lots of sun in the lehigh valley. allentown looking very warm. down the shore as i mentioned it will be cooler because you're next to the cool ocean water. 65 degrees, but that's seasonable and nice for this time of the year i wonder the -- under the sun. in philadelphia, 79, lots of sun, warm, i could see urban centers hitting 80 this afternoon. and winds out of the west at 6 to 12 miles per hour. a little bit breezy, but not too bad. we roll through the day it's cool, after all it is april. 58 degrees by 8:00 a.m. up close to 70 at 11:00 a.m. 77 by 2:00 p.m., high of 79
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around 3:30 or 4:00 before we dip back to 78. got tee time today you picked a great day for it. 11:00 a.m. 69 degrees, 2:00 p.m., 77 and moving up from there. the if you're heading outside it's a great day to get into using the sunscreen. high near 80, lots of sun, a lot of you drawn outside for extended periods of time, don't forget the sun block it's important. tomorrow we'll start out with sunshine on sunday, there will be clouds mixing in as the day goes on, because the winds turn out of the east and that tends to inject moisture into the atmosphere. another thing that happens when we get the winds out of the east it's cooler and that change in the seven day. 79 degrees, feeling like summer this afternoon. nice and warm. but it's april we get the shift in winds off the ocean and things get more seasonable cool
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tomorrow, high of 64. still nice day, it will be a good weather for the union at 5:00 p.m. at ppl park. you want to put on a jacket. monday rain arrives and it looks like it's steady at times during the morning commute. after that it's showery we could get a steady round in the evening. cloudy and damp, high of 6 #. tuesday, breezy and warm, 67 degrees is the high there. we have a chance of a pop-up shower all days, the phillies get there game in. >> a woman marked a milestone surrounded by family and friends. helen parilli celebrated her 102 birthday. from all of us at "action news," happy birthday!
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dr. oz is defending himself against several doctors who say he promotes walk treatments on his tv show. he said his show includes multiple points of view including his own. ten doctors send a letter to columbia urging the school to remove him to the faculty. spokesman said the school is committed to academic freedom.
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>> reporter: good morning, again, david murphy at the big board. we have sunshine coming up over the horizon. the exception is down the southern coast where there's fog by cape may. that will be burning off before too much longer. 48 in quakertown. 53 in chester and center city. across river in delaware a lot of low 50s glassboro 49. the state of delaware low to mid 50s. if you're out running errands or doing anything else across the region on this saturday. get the sunscreen on enjoy yourself. 62 by 9:00 a.m. 72 by noon and 78 by # p.m.
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flyers are looking for a new coach and the phillies got crushed again. here's jamie apody. >> reporter: ten coaches in 20 years, that would be the flyers fate now that gm ron hextall fired the coach. he took over where peter left off last year. hextall made the decision on thursday night. now what are we going to look for in the next head coach. >> the right coach gets the best out of everybody. we have young players coming. you've got to get the veterans, as well. hiring a coach is a tough call. we'll do a lot of research and
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come up with the right guy. doesn't matter if ryan howard hits 4 or 7th, they are not scoring runs. four guys in last night's starting lineup batting under 200. 3 run home run in the first getting it started off on the wrong foot. phils fall 7-2, 6 straight losses, they fail to score two runs in 6 of their 11 games this season. we're 12 days away from the nfl draft. the eagles need football players. charity game brandon boinken helping local kids. jordon matthews, check this out.
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even if they have trouble scoring on the field maybe a couple of these could play for the sixers. roman catholicc dunkin' putting on a show. next he'll dunk over 7 current current -- kindergarteners. no he didn't, that's sports, have a great day.
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>> breaking news, police think they have found the vehicle used in a horrific crash that claimed a woman's leg all over a love triangle gone wrong. three people are hurt including a firefighter after a northeast philadelphia apartment complex goes up in flames. plus, big warmup, break out the sandal and the sunscreen today we're anticipating 80 degrees. david murphy in for chris sowers he'll be sad he missed this day. >> reporter: he deserves a day off, he'll be enjoying himself. we have sunshine coming up over
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the horizon. there's center city it's catching the center city sky scrapers. we have cloud cover that's shifting to the south. you might be looking at fog down the shore we're expecting it to burn off quickly now that the sun is getting up over the horizon. 57 degrees in philadelphia. 51 in trenton. 54 in millville. 55 in wilmington, a little better along the oceanfront. 57 degrees in atlantic city and sea isle city. as we roll through the day it's going to be warm with a capital w. 78 by 3:00 p.m. 79 by 3:30 or 4:00 and holding on to the upper 70s by 6:00 p.m. a day to make plans. we have a red-flag warning in the northern suburbs. we have not had much rain and today we'll see the low humidity and breeze kicking in and the dry forest floor that means if a
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brushfire could start it will spread. be careful if you're doing camping or cooking out extinguish the flames and get rid of the ash. the pollen is running high, extremely so today and tomorrow. one negative for the weekend despite nis -- weather you'll be sneezing a little bit. when i come back we'll detail changes in the weekend forecast. it will be cooler tomorrow and there's rain on monday, i'll have the details on all that. >> we have breaking news this hour, the action cam was on the scene of the 6000 block of marsign street in the fern rock section. police believe they found the durango that was used in a hit-and-run. police received an an anonymous tip about the vehicle overnight. beatrice spence lost her leg
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after a romantic active. >> reporter: friends of beatrice spence say they cannot believe she ended up in the hospital with critical injuries. the friends and family said they they know who did it, dee and a woman known as precious were employed in a fight over a man they both dated. the woman with a lotted for deedee and neighbors heard it unfold. the suspect allegedly drove up on the sidewalk and ran her over leaving her unconscious and badly injured. the surveillance video showed the durango with front end
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damage leaving the scene and come back and drive away. in a cruel twist of fate as de deedee's mother stayed by her side in the ambulance she left food on the stove and the house burned down. >> she left the pot on the whole house burnt down because of that. now she has nothing. now she has nothing. this is a catastrophe. >> reporter: the victim did undergo surgery she lost her leg and remains in critical condition this morning as of right now no arrests in this case. anyone with information call philadelphia police. reporting from einstein medical center, walter perez channel 6 "action news." new this morning three people including a firefighter had to be taken to the hospital after an apartment fire in northeast philadelphia. blaze broke out just after 11:00 p.m. the green terrace apartments in the 2200 block of tremont
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street. crews had to rescue a father and son from the second floor balcony. they had to be taken to the hospital for smoke. the firefighter was taken to the hospital for burns to his legs. no word on what sparked the fire. a vigil was held for the little boy killed by a hit-and-run driver in west kensington. they prayed for justice for little david alleash i -- they recovered the vehicle yesterday, but say the owner was not behind the wheel. a relative of the girlfriend took the car and took off after the crash. >> our prayers have been answered in some ways, because justice has been served, at the end of the day we'll get our justice for the baby. >> reporter: police have not publicly identified who they are
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looking for. a mother and boyfriend from norwood, delaware county have been charged with murder in the death of the woman's 2-year-old son, mason hunt died february 3. the mother's boyfriend daniel fraffton said the boy died in the bathtub but the child had been beaten to death. a former south jersey high school band director has been sentenced for sexually assaulting a students. jason konig received two concurrent sentences. he sexually assaulted a girl twis when he was the school -- twice when he was the school's band director. he must register as a sex offender. christine o'donnell is firing back at allegations by the federal election commission.
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it is alleged she used $20,000 in campaign contributions to pay rent and utility bills at a delaware townhouse. that house served as the headquarters in the 2010 senate campaign. it is said she lived there for almost ten months, something she denies. a court in los angeles released this surveillance video suge knight plowing into two men in the pick up truck. you can see the truck back up before hitting one of the victims. knight has been ordered to stand trial on murder, attempted murder and other charges. his attorney said he was fleeing an ambush when he hit the men outside a comp ton burger stand in january. former atlantic city fire chief who was at the center of a panels-dropping scandal will receive his 13,000-dollar a month retirement pension. dennis brooks was put on administrative leave following the incident at the public safety buildings.
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he retired april 1 after serving 8 years as chief. moody investment serve haves has downgraded the garden state's credit rating. despite that, moodies calls jersey a sound investment. a private school in princeton is singing a sour note. the american boy's choir school is singing beautiful music but it is desperately trying to survive. nora muchanic finds the problem is money. >> reporter: the voices at the students of the american boy choir school in princeton may sound sweet but their finances are hitting a sour note. they have declared bankruptcy unless they can raise $350,000 to keep the school going the private school will be forced to end the school year a month
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early. >> we don't have a large bank account or large endowment waiting to help us, we depend on our supporters and people who love music. >> reporter: school officials have appealed to benefactors to contribute and some students have thought about asking taylor swift to help. >> i would like her to help, why, because our school needs their help to survive. >> reporter: other students have suggested asking billionaire bill gate. >> bill gate is a rich man he donates to education and i know he wants to see children follow their dreams. >> reporter: 50 students attend american boy chore where to tuition starts at $22,000 a year. the choir travels nationally and internationally. the choir has raised $140,000, but that's not enough to keep the school from closing early this year. >> most of us are sad if the
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school closes down and we love to sing. i know people around the world love to hear us sing. the american boy choir school is hoping the voices won't be silenced because of money problems. in princeton, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> the area's top high school student gathered on the campus of temple university for 6abc's 31st annual best of class events. they were treated to a day of food and fun as they attended workshops how to prepare for college life. join us best of the class saturday may 16 at 7:00 p.m. with your host matt o'donnell and tamala edwards. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. a new found footage horror film hits theaters, we'll have a preview of unfriended. a blast of snow wreaks harve -- havoc on the cowboy
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state. meanwhile, we're enjoying beautiful weather here in the delaware valley. david murphy will have more in just a moment. #
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> snowstorms caused near whiteout conditions in wyoming trapping scores of drivers. two dozen people were hospitalized. rescuers went from vehicle to vehicle marking those they
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checked with an x. something you would see with a natural disaster. >> reporter: surprising to see that video and look at our forecast. amazing how different it can be from one part of the country to the next. no rain out there. the sun is up nice and bright over center city and south jersey there's camden on the other side of the delaware river. we're looking good, fog at the shore, but that's liking burning away quickly if it hadn't already. 57 degrees in philadelphia. a little cool, but comfortable. winds are calm which helps. as we take a look at the winds across the region, the highest we've got them right now lancaster, poconos dover at at 6. i don't think it's all that breezy today, a little bit on the breezy side at the at times.
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you can see the cloud cover sinking to the south of us and thinning out. 58 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 11, 69. 2:00 p.m., 77 degrees, in fact we'll spend the afternoon in the mid to upper 70s with a high of 79 around 3:30 or 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., 78 degrees very toasty. high temperatures across the region, weam from the shore -- away from the shore everybody is warm. 79 in philadelphia. 79 in allentown. a couple of spots might hit 80 i'm throwing one on the map in 8 reading. 65 in atlantic city. 69 degrees by 11:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m., 77. lots of sun obviously very warm. but a reminder if you're spending extended periods of time outdoors whether or not it's playing or working in the
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garden or whatever. the sun is high enough off the horizon you want to remember the sunscreen. it's not too soon in the year to take care of yourself. in the morning the winds drop out of the northeast sunday morning. you can see a lack of clouds to start out. the clouds with the moisture coming in off the ocean will form as the day goes on. so we're looking at an increase in clouds and cooler conditions sunday. late in the afternoon sunday we're going for a temperature at the start of the union game, 62. if you're heading down there as i am him bundle up a little bit by 7:00 p.m. we could be as cool as 59 degrees, hopefully the union continue their undefeated ways. monday morning the system could bring rain that could steady during the morning rush hour.
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79 degrees, lots of sunshine beautiful. tomorrow cooler, 64 not a bad day, clouds increasing. cloudy and raining on monday, showers in the afternoon and another hit of steadier rain late in the day, 68 is the high there. breezy and pleasant on tuesday 67. only a slight chance of a spotty shower most of you mix that. 66 degrees wednesday increasing clouds and late afternoon shower possible and mostly cloudy thursday, a couple of spotty showers none of those days look like washouts right now. i would say the phillies get their games in. 59 and cool on friday. >> it's april. >> reporter: that it is. >> today starts the national park week. in honor of the event national parks are waiving entrance fees all weekend long. there are more than 400 national national parks in the yews.
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a new super natural horror film that premiered at the south by southwest festival. >> how you doing? this is lawrence account. >> reporter: something is haunting a group of friends online. reason for the haunting, one posted a video of the dead girl before she committed suicide. now that force is out for revenge. now there's mall cop ii, a sequel to the successful film of the same name. >> it's a bad day to be bad people. >> reporter: kevin james returns' the protecter of commerce. this time he joins a casino team while on vacation in las vegas. he joins the team as a group of crook pull off a heist.
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he brought his teenage daughter along for the ride. >> security knows me! >> and finally one for the kids monkey kingdom is the 8th entry into to disney's ecominded nature series. >> his name is kumar. 15 pounds of hunky monkey. >> reporter: the nature documentary follows a family of monkeys living in ancient ruins. a mother and her new born struggle to survive. tina fey narrates the film, disney is the parent company of 6abc. you can find out where they say films by downed look the internet read app at
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>> reporter: we're looking at sunshine coming up over the horizon, cloud cover down to the south of us, no rain in start. feeling good too, 46 in allentown. 57 in philadelphia. and 56 in sea isle city. we're off to the races today. we'll get a high of 79 degrees probably around 3:30 or 4:00 p.m. in fact we spend the entire afternoon in the 70s as soon
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as noon we're at # -- 72. very nice conditions out there warm eva cooler tomorrow, enjoy it while you've got it. >> thanks david. perhaps your kitchen floor has seen better days, new flooring could be nice but it's costly. knock it off has high style without the high price tag. >> reporter: a new floor in intricate pattern takes lots of time and money. look at how he with create a high end look on top of this floor. >> we'll use this tile. >> this is peel and fix vinyl tile it costs less than a dollar a square foot. >> reporter: we're going to take these 18 by 18s and cut them into three strips and lay them in a herringbone pattern.
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students took part in the dance marathon. it started at 6:00 p.m. and they will continue until 9:00 a.m. a few more hours to go, the raises money for the four diamonds fund that helps children battling cancer and their families. >> here's some of the stories we're working on for you from patients to advocates one woman's story of her disorder that affects millions of people and how to deal with its side effect. how volunteers are putting a positive spin on the site of the flight 93 crash. those stories and more when "action news" continues in just a moment. # #
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>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m., saturday, april 18. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." philadelphia police make a quick arrest after two men are found, one hospitalized in critical condition. police search for women caught on cell phone video fighting in a center city store. plus, rebuilding a landmark bridge in montgomery and chester counties what you need to know before monday morning's commute. first, though, went know about the weather, david murphy is in for chris, it is outside it already looks amazing. >> reporter: it is it's


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