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>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m., saturday, april 25. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," we'll have the latest on our breaking news, the cawrkts -- casualties are growing in nepal after a powerful earthquake. we have frost on the grass this morning first let's head outside to chris sowers with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast chris? [no audio] >> we'll have the latest on breaking news, a powerful earthquake has hit nepal's capitol leaving the himalayan nation in ruins. the tremor hit near katmandu.
the quake was so strong it was felt as far away as pakistan. damage has been reported in bangladesh. homes and centuries old temperatures have collapsed. there are reports of an avalanche at the base camp of mount everest. 150 people have been killed and 30 in other countries. dozens more injured. this is the worst tremor to hit the himalayan nation in 80 years. we'll continue to update you on "action news" an 6abc.com. back here in our area, a man was hit by a car in a shopping center parking lot in camden county. he was hit after walking out of the shop rite in lawn side. this happened along the 100 block of north white horse pike. the victim was taken to cooper university hospital in serious condition. the driver stopped police are sorting out if this was an
accident or a crime. well, philadelphia police are searching for a violent thief who attacked woman in south philadelphia. dann cuellar has details on the vicious attack. >> reporter: police say this was a vicious attack on a woman. she was walking home from the gym when suddenly her attacker comes up from behind and clocks her in the face and knocking her unconscious. police are hoping someone may recognize him from the surveillance footage. this is the man police are looking for captured on cameras near the area of the attack. take a look at the unique design of the hood of the jacket and the laces on the sneakers. >> bright red or orange laces in the sneakers and unique design on the hood of the jacket that appears to be camouflage. >> reporter: 8:40, the woman was walking home from the fitness gym in the 700 block of east passyunk on the 700 block of montrose near the 900 block of south 8th where she was punched in the face and knocked out cold. >> one of the witnesses was
attracted by the punch outside. >> reporter: the punch was so loud it caught the attention of a witness. >> it seems after the incident he went through her pockets and assisted her to the stairs before he left the scene. >> reporter: the victim suffered a fracture jaw and broken truth and remembers little about the assault. witnesses describe him as a black male in his 30s, 5'8" and goatee wearing a white t-shirt and black sweatshirt. >> we need the public to look at the video. >> reporter: the you are -- surveillance is at 6abc.com. anyone with information call (215)686-3013. in south philadelphia, i'm dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." the defense is laying out its case in the police corruption trial in center city.
the prosecution rested in the case of 6 former drug officers, they are accused of beating down drug deerlings -- dealers and lying in court to get convictions. a judge has sentenced the former head master of an elite prep school in wilmington. christopher wheeler was convicted of 25 counts of dealing in child pornography. he was the head master at the tower hill school. happening today protesters in baltimore are promising the biggest march yet on the city streets, they say stowed's manner will shut -- today's march will shut down the city. the city is simmering over the death of freddie gray who died staining a spinal injury. baltimore police admitted in the
strongest terms yet that mistakes were made. >> we know our police employees failed to get him medical attention in a timely manner multiple times. >> the police chief said for the first time that if any of his officers harmed freddie gray that will be prosecuted. gray who was unarmed was arrested after police say he quote, made eye contact and ran. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the planned marches through baltimore, "good morning america" weekend is next immediately following this broadcast at 8:00 a.m. a jury has reached guilty verdicts in the hazing death of a drum major at florida a and m university. three former members of band were convicted of manslaughter and hazing. they purged and kick the victim. champion collapsed and died. the defendants face up to 20 years in prison. 15 suspects were originally
charged. the university of florida has suspended a fraternity whose members are accused of spitting at military veterans. they expelled the three students involved they were vacationing in panama city where the warrior veterans were meeting. the students are accused of hurling are drunken insults at the vets and stealing some of their flags. former governor tom ridge is supporting jeb bush. ridge said bush is qualified to run because he led the complex state of florida. former president george w.bush named ridge to held the office of homeland security after the 9/11 attacks. senator paul and ted cruz are the only candidates.
mary pat christy resign from her job as managing doctor at anglo gordon and company. she walked away from the half million dollar salary to spend more time with her family. there's obviously political benefits to cutting wall street ties at the beginning of a campaign. an attorney for the utility company acr energy partners say the restoration of power may not happen until wednesday at the revel. glen straub needs to have electricians on site when the power is restored. he reach an agreement this week after being without electricity for two weeks. atlantic city is fining him $50,000 each day without electricity because of safety violations. an inspirational couple approve it's never too late to
get in the best shape of your life. plus stormy weather spawns tornados in the nation's mid section. >> reporter: it's cold out there again, temperatures wise it looks like the beginning of march. trenton 37. i'll let you know whether the cold weather moves out and when we warm up in the seven day when i see you in a few minutes.
at least two tornados touched down in resist resist. the twisters moved through rural areas, no death or serious injuries were reported. it cause property damage and power outages though. in texas winds clocked at 80 miles per hour, took down dozens of trees near dallas-forfort worth. >> reporter: and back here it's winter. >> when is going on in our
weather. >> reporter: i came back from vacation, i was like whoa. >> every morning i wake up and i am surprised it's cold again. >> reporter: we're a month away from memorial day weekend folks will be flocking to the beaches. we'll show you the beach there's cape may i do not see anybody on the sands with good reason it's chilly. temperatures in the 20s and 30s, double scan live crystal clear, nothing going on other than the fact there's a few high, thin clouds. you go to the left-hand side of the screen, southwest of harrisburg they are reporting sweat snowflakes as temperatures dropped into the 20s across western and central pennsylvania. 41 at this hour. dewpoint 21, barometer reading holding steady, 29.98 inches. oxford 29. fleetwood, 34. pilots, 35. david and kennett square
30 degrees, 30 in buena. 28 in hammonton. woodbine 28 degrees, hard freeze for the pine barrens in south jersey. ewing, 32. dover, 33 degrees at this 7:00 a.m. hour. light snows flying across western pennsylvania. a couple of systems push through over the next 48 hours both bring a chance of light shower activity. no snowflakes for us but it's yes, impressive to see that falling from western pennsylvania from state college to pittsburgh. it's sticking to grassy surfaces. did you're traveling westward toward pittsburgh, don't are surprised if you encounter snow showers out there. nothing sticking to the roads but impressive to see that so late in the month of april. it's a nice afternoon temperatures milder, high clouds increase later on as this system
approaches from the southwest. that could trigger showers for all areas south of the city. we're note be looking at a tremendous amount of moisture. future tracker 6 even though the model doesn't show too much. it wouldn't surprise me if we see showers across south jersey early tomorrow morning. there's pop-up shower bubbling up across the lehigh valley and the poconos very late in the day on sunday. otherwise it's dry. it's a quiet weekend overall. lehigh valley forecast for today, sunny start patchy frost, temperatures moderating during the afternoon 58 degrees, high, thin clouds overspread the sky late in the day. patchy ferocity five to ten -- frost, five to ten miles inland. avalon, sunny start 60, winds are light out of the of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per
hour. overnight tonight, a couple of showers could develop after midnight. all areas south of the city, milder than what we're seeing this morning. 37 outlying suburbs, 35 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 60 degrees today, 63 sunday, clouds and sun. monday the upper level low system that is out near chicago that could trigger showers in the afternoon chilly, 60 degrees, 65 tuesday close to 70 wednesday, 66 thursday, 63 friday. it's not too terribly cold as you mentioned earlier but it's not where it needs to be. or where we want it to be. in the art of aging report there's an old saying that goes use it or lose it. but tamala edwards shows us a couple that says even if you looks like it you can get it
back. >> reporter: three times a week this couple rise before the crack of down and go to the gym. he lifts weights she takes classes. karen never exercised at all until her 40s when she started to walk to lose weight. >> back in the early 80s the emphasis is not on workouts like it is now. >> when she started with me, she could not do a lunge. she had did not have the basic mobility. >> reporter: now she does single leg squats on the tra. at 67 karen works full time as a paralegal. her 72-year-old hulls is a practicing attorney who goes to the gym to spend time with his bride. he said the benefits of their fitness routine are undeniable. >> i've lost ten or 15 pounds
since i started working out here. you move quicker and faster and you're more alert. >> you used to think when you were 65 that was about it, and now i see that you look much younger you feel much younger. her physical progress fills karen with pride. >> when i'm in the shower i'm amazed at the strengthen of my arms, i know it sounds ridiculous,ic lift things, that arm sag that women have is getting better. >> when you see the smile on the face, it means a lot to me. definitely. >> reporter: you can find more inspiration stories on our website 6abc.com/art of aging. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
>> here's what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. pick up a few things for the spring season at the spring rummage sale at st. john lutheran church in ocean city. it begins at #-- 8:00 a.m. at the church this morning. it will benefit the youth gathering in detroit this summer. bucks county at the community college there's family-friendly activities including a classic car show and elvis impersonator on the 200 block of swamp road in newtown township. if you need to get rid of the old computers and tvs and appliance, there's a charge of $20 for each glass television and computer monitor that's dropped off, you can bring up to
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>> reporter: welcome back, everyone, 7:23 saturday morning temperature-wise looks like we're back in the end of february, early march. millville, 30 degrees, hard freeze across south jersey, the pine barrens in particular. trenton, 37. reading, 38. lancaster above the freezing mark, 33. allentown, 35. wilmington, 36. and dover 37. ocean temperatures are in the 40s, as well. if you're a fisherman that's why the striper season has gotten off to a slow start the waters are too cold. increasing high clouds this afternoon around 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. 60 degrees normally should be 67. winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. hour by hour, 55, by 3:00 p.m. there's the high of 60 degrees, we should be around 67. 6:00 p.m., 57 degrees, it's a peaceful day out there tomorrow doesn't look all that bad a
shower early south of the city, otherwise it's clouds giving way to sun sort of opposite of today. pollen count high today and tomorrow. maple j up niper and popular. allergy sufferers it's not going to be a good weekend to for you, temperature-wise it will. >> in sports, the phillies walk off win against the braves. the eagles taking batting practice before draft night. >> reporter: good morning three straight games of scoring a singful run. it would be easy to slam the offense, but they were able to eek out a victory over atlanta with the home run. listen to this stat line, 8 innings, 2 hits no run his era1.37. man on third freddie freeman makes atlanta 4th error of the
night. freddie gallon villas scores the winning run -- freddie galvis scores the winning run. >> we needed this win, it was a great team win all around. >> reporter: the phils had a few extra players taking batting practice, they were not phillies at all. they invited the eagles over to the park to see what they do firsthand. as for the football side of things sanchez is getting reacquainted with tim tebow. the two were teammates in new york. doesn't sound like sanchez is losing his job to tebow mania. >> we need another guy to throw while sam is recovering. that's kind of reason there. at least that's the way it was explained to me. >> reporter: it's been nearly a week since chip kelly made a polarizing move, what gives if you're confused by his master plan sanchez says take a chill
pill. >> don't worry we've got something going, i have faith in coach like we all do, just know that he is doing everything to set us up for success. careful it's just april. it's going to be all right. >> we'll have the eagles covered on draft night. the "action news" sports team will present draft breakdown thursday and friday nights at 11:30 on 6abc. the eagles have recinded their tender offer to running back chris polk he becomes an unrestricted free agent he will not be back next year. the union take on columbus, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend. boeing has a brand new jet that redefines traveling in luxury. the boeing 757 features 52 flat bed seats.
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>> the latest on our breaking news a powerful earthquake kills scores of people in the himalayan region. a teenager is dead and now the search is on for a suspect in camden. the doop freeze, the winter coat is a must have this morning. chris sowers has on his coat. >> reporter: i have the gloves on we're a month away from memorial day weekend i've got gloves on and heavy coat and freeze warning in effect that will remain in effect for another half-hour or so. there's a frost advisory in effect in philadelphia, delaware county and cape may county in south jersey. normally we should be at 47 degrees at this hour. look at these numbers, 33 in
kennett square. 37 in pottstown saint david 33. poconos 29. millville, 30 degrees, millville you dropped to 26 this morning. hard freeze for the pine barrens. glassboro, 39. cinnaminson, 40. ewing, 33. to add salt to the wound it's snowing in western pennsylvania. it's accumulating on grassy surfaces. so certainly feel like we're getting ready to move into may. forecast for today high, thin clouds overspread the skyline late this afternoon, otherwise it's a mostly sunny start temperatures milder than where we were, yesterday still well below average the normal 67. we're shooting for a high of 60. no matter an west topping out in the upper 50s 47 by 9:00 a.m. lunchtime, there's the high of
60 degrees, if you're heading to citizens bank park, the phillies taking on the braves game two chilly temperatures, cloudy conditions, it will be cry you'll need to bundle up, the temperatures drop into the upper 40s by the 9th inning. that's a check of the from a of the, when i come back in a little bit we'll talk about showers, first thing tomorrow morning and milder temperatures in the seven day forecast. >> we're at the "action news" big board with the latest on the breaking news, a powerful earthquake has hit nepal's capitol leaving the himalayan nation in ruins. the 7.9 magnitude tremor hit near katmandu. the quake was so strong it could be felt always far away in pakistan. this is where nepal is, to put it in prospective pakistan is over here, that's 700 miles away. cawrkts have -- casualties have been
reported as far south as bangladesh. we have learned that 449 people are dead. 181 in katmandu alone. the death toll is expected to rise as victims are discovered in the rubble of buildings. this is the worst tremor to hit the himalayan nation in over 80 years. we'll continue to update you on "action news" an 6abc.com. back here at home an 18-year-old died on the operating table after being shot in camden. police are looking for the person who shot him in the back. he was gunned down on the 100 block of mechanic street before 1:00 a.m. he died at cooper university hospital. a camden county police have not released his name or said what the motive is in this shooting.
philadelphia police are investigating an overnight shooting in juniata. officers found blood and shell casings behind the home on the 4900 morocco of castor avenue. investigators went to einstein medical center to talk to a man who showed up with a gunshot wound to the hand. no arrests. police are questioning two people after a military veteran and his girlfriend were victimized. police say it was an elaborate scheme to get rental cars. annie mccormick has the details. >> reporter: southwest detectives are making a lot of progress in the bizarre scheme saying a trio of women kidnapped a man and his girlfriend so they can rent cars and open a bank account unders name. two people were taken into custody by pennsylvania state police after they were found in
a rental car near belmont mansion and montgomery. [inaudible]. >> reporter: 55-year-old priscilla jones does not know the trio of women with the small child who allegedly abducted her and her 86-year-old boyfriend george saunders, a korean war vet. they are new to the southwest philadelphia neighborhood. they were on a walk thursday morning when a gray town and country pulled up next to them. >> the driver asked if they needed a ride they say no. the driver gets out and tells them to get into with the insistence with a female in the car. >> reporter: this woman took the veteran inside this td bank saying he was her father to open a debit car. she puts $600 of her own money
into the account and goes to this rental car company and rented a car. the women driving in separate cars at high speed go to this rent car on bartram road renting a truck in saunders name. finally around 5:00 p.m. they drop the couple off at home. >> the motivation was to rent the cars to use them for criminal activity. >> reporter: even though they were unarmed police say they pray on the elderly and master manipulators. >> i would tell anybody don't stop and the first policeman you see, tell him keep yourself out of trouble. >> reporter: the other car was found in cranbury, new jersey. they've charged with receiving
stolen property. there's a lot of pieces in the case we need your help with identifying the woman in the td bank. call 215-546-tips. firefighters a recovering after they were hurt battling a blaze in south jersey. chopper 6 was above the mohawk trail in medford lakes. fire officials say the two-alarm blaze started in the kitchen and the resident got out safely. funeral e -- funeral services are being held for the st. joe's prep football player who collapsed on the practice field and died. services are being held for ryan gillyard. the family said he had no preexisting medical problems and had been playing football since
the third grade. bruce jenner has broken his silence in a highly anticipated interview with diane sawyer. the olympic champion sat down for a one-on-one. we have more on what was revealed plus an exclusive extra. >> come into my house. >> reporter: bruce jenner emerging from the shadows. for all entities and purposes i am a woman, i was not born that way. >> reporter: the announcement comes after months of intense speculation. he said the hounding of the paparazzi almost broke him. >> wouldn't the easiest thing go into a room, get a gun boom, pain is over, it's done. i can't do something like that. i mean, i want to know 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 her 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 and i have that. but i'm nothing if i can't be me. >> reporter: so what does he want his legacy to be. >> he won the decathlon and then was true to himself. and that's the rest of the story. >> reporter: bruce jenner plans to drop out of public view as he transitions to be a woman. >> you can see much more of the interview at our website 6abc.com. it has been 100 years since the beginning of a massacre of a million armenians by ottoman turkeys.
the killings of christian armenians in 1915 during world war i stirs debate. armenians around the world are calling for world leaders to recognize it as genocide. prince charles was on hand to remember the 8 month long showdown during world war i. allied troops tack -- took part in the ilfated mission. officials say a caller made a threat at the statue of liberty. the bomb squad checked out a suspicious package in the visitors' locker, the locker was empty. the island was closed for almost four hours. $6.9 billion has been
pumped into new jersey restoring boardwalk and facilities, fema paid out a billion dollars in food and insures claims and elevate homes. athletes from all overly the cannot and all around the world have converged on university city to take part in the oldest and largest track and field competition in the u.s. some of the races include u.s.a. against the world where you can check out future olympians things kicked off at 7:00 a.m. still ahead this morning affordable and possibly life saving how angelina jolie helped change testing for breast cancer. and chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. grab your coats this morning "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment.
would you not be ticked off if someone knocked over an 8-foot tall lego display. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live, waking up to cold temperatures this morning actually very early this morning, around 5:00, 6:00 a.m. we had temperatures in the 20s in some areas. it almost felt like the end of february. things are starting to moderate. double scan live showing rain showers well to the west from harrisburg to baltimore. that activity will push east, but it's encountering dry air and most of it will evaporate before it makes it into the delaware valley. there's the view at the philadelphia airport. 41 degrees is the present temperature reading light breeze out of the west/northwest at 10 miles per hour. there's the lovely scene in cape may. not beach weather yet. water temperature getting close to 50 degrees, the air temperature, excuse me, 42. winds are light out of the of the west, northwest at 4 miles
per hour. there's the cold spot, millville. lancaster, 33. wilmington, 36 you factor in the breeze it feels like the low 30s for most of the area. feels like 30 in millville and wilmington, 20 in the poconos. 35 in allentown. feels like the freezing mark of 32 in trenton. 35 degrees that's the windchill right here in the city of brotherly love. there's the satellite and radar snow is flying across western pennsylvania this morning, how would you like to be out in state college or johnstown pittsburgh where you have a light coating on grassy surfaces. rain showers across the virginias and the carolinas. more rain to the west. you can see the counter clockwise swirl an upper level feature south of omaha. that will swing through monday afternoon. neither of these will bring too much moisture to the area and it will stay south of the city. if you live in south jersey and delaware, don't be surprised if
you wake up to wet roads in the form of showers that's about it. 60 degrees a light breeze out of the southeast. first thing tomorrow morning we're down in the 40s these numbers will be milder than where we are this morning. millville, 49 degrees. we'll start out with sun increase with high clouds during the day. you saw the showers after midnight tonight, south jersey and delaware, be on the look out for showers it could linger into the first part of tomorrow morning, otherwise it's clouds and sunshine. and sunday promises to be a nice day, as well. overall looks like a quiet weekend with the exception being a 4 hour window midnight to 4:00 a.m., south jersey and delaware, showers out there. breezy sunshine, passing clouds, everybody close to 60 degrees, cape may 55. dover, millville, 58.
reading, 60 degrees, for the penn relays, here how it looks 41 degrees with windchills in the low 30s budges up. lunchtime, 55 -- bundle up. lunchtime, 55 degrees, high of 60 degrees. possible morning shower for south jersey and delaware, 63. normally we should be around 67. we're nowhere near that monday. breezy and showers upper level feature swings through. tuesday, 65 sunny and windy. wednesday, partly sunny and 69 degrees thursday, rain and drizzle, 66 degrees, friday, 6 # degrees,. >> do you think we'll see warm weather soon people are sending hate tweets. >> reporter: people are asking if this is going to be like we
we will see for the summer. i don't think, it will be like last summer. >> here's what's coming up tonight on fyi philly. we check out delaware's ashes to the kentucky derby, we're here at the windy we have a brewer, brewing apple juice with a treat. and a spa that's a retreat. it's the form of luxury.
evidence, that pregnancy and having a larger body mass and exercising can make you attractive to the bugs and some people have a genetic makeup making them a target. there's no evidence that taking vitamins repels mosquitoes. there's a new test for breast cancer that that could change the way women are screened. >> reporter: this was the game changer angelina jolie going public about her double mass tech --my. >> reporter: the new test $249 many other tests for the brca gene ten times more expensive and not covered by insurance. it's the kind of access she has
pushed for. >> i was stunned that the discussion broadened and doctors were telling me how it helped the issue and more women were getting tested. >> reporter: today a true break through in how doctors interpret test results. a data base examining woman from all over the world. >> we have a tsunami of data by combining it globally we can improve the accuracy of genetic testing. >> reporter: more women will learn if they face a heightened risk of breast or ovarian. >> some women may go out and get inclusive results and get worried. they say great for women at high risk who have a family history of breast cancer. lindsey davis, abs -- abc
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>> you get to keep your status begins you gave us news about the summer. >> reporter: here's the forecast for the weekend i'll talk about the summer in a minute. 60 degrees, high clouds, maybe a morning shower for south jersey and delaware tomorrow. otherwise it's cloud and sun 63. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows chilly temperature until midweek. wednesday, really nice, partly sunny, 69. thursday, 66 friday, mostly sunny and 63. as we mentioned earlier everything i looked at for summer. even though it's chilly right
now. the pattern is similar to what we saw last summer. july was hot, we had ten days in the 90s, i don't think we hit 90 once in august. >> it was a wonderful summer. it's 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, we're talking about the story bruce jenner opening up to diane sawyer in this exclusive interview. he intends to live as a woman. what is his family saying overnight. we'll talk about that coming up. we'll cover the severe weather affecting millions of people in america. strong storms overnight slamming into parts of texas and louisiana bringing golf-ball sized hail and tornados touched down in kansas. there's more weather on the way rob marciano will be tracking this this morning. it's the final countdown we're near the zero hour for the royal
baby. sara haynes has the latest from buckingham palace, we'll see you soon. >> "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m., camden police are searching for suspects after an overnight shooting claims the life of a teenager. if you want to buy a gift card we'll show you how to get one without paying full price. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday! we'll see you back here in about 30 minutes.
i used to be able to have students come in and we do a social studies project and it was connected to language arts and it was connected to math. we educated in such an interdisciplinary way that educated the whole child. the testing shouldn't be in the driver's seat. i should be in the driver's seat. i should be directing my students in a way that's helping them make connections not just for an assessment but for life.
good morning, america. this morning, the abc news exclusive. bruce jenner's journey. the story making headlines around the world. >> for all intents and purposes, i am a woman. >> he reveals his secret struggle. >> the one, real, true story in the family was the one i was hiding. >> his transition. the reaction on social media. what his own family is now saying. >> kimberly has been, by far, the most accepting. >> also his plans for the future. >> in the next house, i'm building a glam room. breaking overnight, earthquake. massive damage and deaths reported when buildings crumble in nepal. and now, the avalanche.
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