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silence about making the transition from a man to a woman. >> chris sowers is here. welcome back from florida. >> reporter: there are some areas below freezing, it's a cruel joke. there's the view in atlantic city. we have clear skies the temperature have dropped off, we have frost and freeze warnings in effect for parts of the area. this will remain until 8:00 a.m. the freeze warning for all areas shaded here in this lighter shade of blue, the frost advisory is the purple area. both areas we're getting patchy frost in the outlying suburbs. it's feeling like the beginning of march rather than closer to may. slaict -- slatington, 31 degrees oxford, 30.
closer to the city it's milder. 38 degrees in center city. cinnaminson, 36. agenda beach 36. smyrna, 33. woodbine 29 degrees at this 5:00 a.m. hour. skies are clear but we have snow showers to the west from pittsburgh to johns town south of harrisburg, a couple of snowflakes flying out there. for us, we're talking sunshine and increasing high clouds this afternoon. 60 degrees that's well below average for this time of year. with the winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour it will feel like the 50s. lunch you lunchtime 55, there's our high of 60 at 3:00 p.m. and we have a warmup on the way. a powerful 7.9 magnitude
earthquake has struck in nepal's capitol. reports of homes and centuries-old temperatures collapsing and roads split wide open. 150 people are dead. dozens more have been injured. the earthquake shook several cities across india and felt as far away as pakistan. an 18-year-old died on the operating table after being shot in camden. police are looking are to the person who shot him in the back. he was gunned down on the 1200 block of mechanic street before 1:00 a.m., he died at cooper university hospital. camden county police have not released his name or said what the motive was behind the shooting. philadelphia police are investigating an overnight shooting in juniata.
officers found blood and shell casings behind a home. investigators went to einstein medical center to talk to a man who showed up with a gun wound to the hand, so far no arrests. a military veteran and his girlfriend were abducted and victimized. it was an elaborate scheme to steal cars. annie mccormick has the details. >> reporter: the southwest detectives are making progress in this bizarre case. 3 girls kidnapped an 86-year-old man and his girlfriend. a man and woman were taken into custody by pennsylvania state police after they were found in one of the regis cars near bell month mansion and montgomery.
>> i was attacked. >> reporter: 55 priscilla jones does not know the trio of women with the small child who allegedly abdomin being deducted her and george saunders. sawrnld is a korean war vet. they were on a walk thursday morning when a gray town and country pulled up next to them. >> the driver of the car asked if they needed a ride. they said no. the driver gets out and opens the door and tells them to get in. >> reporter: police say this woman took the veteran inside 4th and market td bank pretending he was her father. she put $600 of her own money in the bank and goes to this rental
lot and rent a car. the woman go to this rent a car renting 2015 chevy silver even though they were unarmed they prey on the elderly and master manipulateors. >> the other rental car was found in cranberry new jersey the people in that car were charged by the authorities with receiving stolen property.
if you have information on the woman in the td bank call 215-546-tips. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> 3 firefighters were recovering this morning after they were hurt battling a blaze in south jersey. flames shot from the roof of the home in medford lakes last night. fire officials say the two-alarm blaze started in the kitchen the person who lived there was able to get out safely. a police officer shot in the line of duty was released from penn presbyterian hospital with his wounded arm in a sling. daniel kostic was shot westbound side knight at 51st kershaw. the alleged gunman was shot and in stable condition at hanheman. he has a lengthy arrest record with 13 priors. daniel kostic returns home to
celebrate his son's second birthday. services are being held at saint dennis church in havertown at 11:00 a.m. the 15-year-old freshman collapsed during football drills last saturday. he had no preexisting medical problems and played football since third grade. bruce jenner sat down for a a one-on-one interview with diane sawyer. we have more on what was revealed plus an exclusive extra. >> come into my house. >> reporter: bruce jenner emerged from the shadows. >> for all intents and purposes i am a woman i was not genetically born that way. i thought wouldn't the easiest
thing to be right now go in a room got a gun boom. you know, paved over, stunned. i can't do something like that. i want ton how this story ends. >> reporter: he first thought about transitioning to be a woman in the 1980s but concerns about his children caused him to lose his nerve. jenner said of all his children kim has been the most accepting after her husband told you this. >> i could be married to the most beautiful woman in the world, and i am, i could have the most beautiful daughter in the world but i'm nothing if i can't be me. >> reporter: what does he want his legacy to be? >> he won the decathlon and was true to himself. and that's the rest of the
story. >> reporter: he plans to drop out of public view as he transitions to be a woman. >> reporter: you can much more of diane diane sawyers' exclusive interview at 6abc.com. athletes have converged on university city to take part in the oldest and largest track and field competition in the u.s. you can scope out future olympians, things kick off at 7:00 a.m. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. you need extra cash try consignment, it's quick and easy. consumer reporter, nydia han shows you how. a home is slowly collapsing into a lake in texas. look at the windchills out there this morning we're down close
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when we go to the store i find my box of honey bunches of oats, and i'm checking to see if i packaged it. he says "it has a certain code that's my line, this is the date." if the last 3 letters were p22, that's me. imagine building your dream home only to have this happen. this multimillion home that sits on a lake in cherokee county, texas is starting to buckles the hill erodes. neighbors say the last major landslide in that area was back
in 2006. >> reporter: he is in a floodplain area. >> what is cool, the weather. >> reporter: no, it's cold. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. i just came back from vacation, it's 90-something degrees heat indices 100. when i get off the plane it feels like winter. we're a month away from memorial day, and we have temperatures close to freezing. that's the center city skyline we're tranquil out there you'll need to bundle up this morning. we're down to # 2 in the city -- 32 in freezing mark in reading and lancaster. millville, 28 degrees. sea isle, 39. dover, 38. now, you factor in that little bit of a breeze and we're
talking windchills in the 20. high temperatures should be close to 7 on degrees, we have one or two days where we get close to that, otherwise it's a cool seven-day forecast. the satellite and radar shows snow flying across western pennsylvania pittsburgh and portions of eastern ohio, as this system pushes east we'll see an increase with high clouds during the day. this system will approach from the west, it will increase the clouds and maybe trigger a light shower close to the mason dixon line after midnight tonight. that could linger into the first part of tomorrow, morning. that will work out to sea and we'll get sunshine as we head into sunshine. future tracker 6 nice and quiet today. lots of sunshine, and spottyny
area here. -- in this area here. sunday promises to be nice and quiet, as well. the lehigh valley, forecast, patchy frost temperatures close to freezing. sunshine clouds late. 58 degrees is the forecasted high for places like bethlehem and allentown. jersey shore 55 degrees, sunny start increasing high clouds late. philadelphia 60 degrees, normally we should be around 67. lots of sunshine, increasing clouds winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. the shower threat late mainly south of the city close to the mason dixon line. 37 degrees outlying suburbs, 45 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 67 is where we should be, by the time we get into week's end 68,, is the
high we're below average each and everyday. sun and clouds, 63 sunday, monday 60 degrees, tuesday we start to warm up a little bit tuesday, sunny and windy 65. wednesday, close to to 7 degrees, thursday, 66. mostly sunny skies and 63 friday. i guess the positive we don't jump from winter to summer. but this morning these temperatures are ridiculous. >> i know you like winter -- [laughter] thanks chris. the craft beer scene has been a major player in philadelphia for the past few years, melissa magee looks at hard cider may be the next big thing for brewers. >> reporter: commonwealth cider
is the only brewer in philadelphia brewing cider. it has health benefits, it's gluten free and has only one gram of sugar. that's not bad. they have added a ginger. >> this is spicy it's delicious with asian foods. the third flavor is fruity. they share the facility with philadelphia brewing company in kensington, there's plenty of room to grow always the cider boom continues. >> cheers. >> reporter: cheers to cider. >> you can see more about commonwealth cider and much more
that's a hard question. (laughing) we are the fay family from chesapeake, virginia. williamsburg is just beautiful. because we have thrill seekers and not such thrill seekers, this is a very good spot to do that. the most exhilarating part about this vacation was being with the whole family. it was amazing.
>> in "healthcheck" this morning, a government study finds women should be getting life be saving mammograms every year since the age of 50. the u.s. pretty much preventive service task force do not know whether 3d is better or women with dense breasts need extra tests torched hidden tumors. starting this summer, they will save newborns that have malformed diaphragms or restricts their lungs. it's part of a special series. the pediatric and feels doctors are legendary performing life-saving surgeries in the womb an after birth.
babies that have a hole in their diaphragm push the organs up and squishes the lungs and kills the child. they will use a balloon to inflate the lungs and after birth they will do surgery to close the diaphragm. chop is the leading u.s. institution out of 7 hospitals to start the new procedure. we're hopeful that we can help babies that don't do well. 18-month-old parker van pelt could have used that treatment she under went four surgeries in her first 60 days of life. her mom still tears up
remembering how many times she was told it was the end. >> a lot of crying and praying people telling me, call your pastor she is not going to live. >> reporter: parker has a clean bill of health, and they are hoping no other family has to go through same problem. >> don't give up on your child. monica malpass channel 6 "action news."
this comes from the growing pressures from consumers who simplify ingredients on labels and menus the changes go into effect in january. >> you want to get a new spring wardrobe how about consigning your clothes. >> reporter: you can make a pretty penny consigning clothes. jessica is the manager of a wardrobe boutique, a retail store that accepts consignment and donations. >> anything that's high end current and trendy and a brand that's good, we'll take on consignment, you'll get paid monthly 50% commission when it sells. >> reporter: you can consign your items for 90 days, at the
end of 90 days you can pick them up or sign them over a tax write off. >> reporter: ask how much the shop will charge for your items. >> we do half to 75% off retail. >> reporter: get all terms in writing and look for hidden fees. some shops charge administration fees. go over the items with the manager of the store. some shops offer up front payments right away. you can make more if you're willing to wait. see if you need an appointment to go through your items. again at the wardrobe boutique you'll get 50% of what the item sells for. ask what your cut will be how
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good morning 6:00 a.m. saturday april 25th, here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," we're following breaking news out of nepal. we're beginning to learn about casualties following a powerful earthquake at katmandu. a man is hurt after being by a car in a parking lot of a south jersey you don't sayry -- grocery store. it's spring, it doesn't feel like it, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: let's go live on sky 6. some of the areas look like we would see toward the end of february or the beginning of march. that's how cold it is in parts of the region.