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philadelphia. the shooter is on the run. next thing i hear in my living room hearing her say oh, my god a car is in living room. neighbors are in shock after an suv slams into a home in bucks county. the driver ran off. plus, presidential candidates are converging on new york as the state's primary creeps closer. more on the story in a moment, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. it's cold out there, chris. >> reporter: it's better, but it's very, very chilly for the middle of april. take a look at the numbers across the delaware and lehigh valleys. 40 degrees in philadelphia. in allentown and reading. 41 in millville. and cape may. 39 in trenton and beach haven is up to 45. you factor in the winds it feels mighty chilly out here. 34 with the wind in allentown. feels like 49 in -- 39 this trenton. 37 in wilmington and 38 degrees in millville. feeling like the middle of
february, honestly, not the beginning of april. satellite and radar, the good news yesterday's system is sof out to sea -- so far out to sea it's not showing up on the radar composite. we have clouds to the west that's in advance of the next system that's slides in tuesday afternoon. it's a warm front, things will get warm over the next 24, 48 hours. today is chilly. it's better than yesterday, but for april standards we can do a lot better than this. 50 degrees is the forecasted high. when i come back we'll have the forecast for the phillies home opener tomorrow which, again, doesn't look too terribly balanced. we're tracking wet weather for tuesday. i'll have the details in the seven day forecast, guys, when i see you in just a bit. you can stay up to date on the chilly conditions by going to our web page at 6abc.com/weather. follow the members of the "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for any
updates throughout the day. police in bucks county are searching for the driver who slammed into a house and ran off. we know this all happened after 5:30 a.m. on the 2200 block of monroe avenue in bensalem. that's where we find trish hartman with the latest on the investigation. the homeowner also -- homeowners are so lucky they were not hurt, right? >> reporter: absolutely, nydia. i want to show you how lucky the family is. the car came from behind this property across the street. sailing through the yard hitting the shed and flew across the street landing into the living room of the home. police are searching for the driver. the homeowner told the driver to call 911 before taking off. the car missed hitting her. i'm blessed. >> reporter: barrett davis and his wife are counting their
blessings after an suv crashed through their home on monroe avenue at 5:00 a.m. dolly davis just out of the hospital was sleeping downstairs when the crash happened. heard something that sounded like thunder. i came downstairs there's a car. dolly ran to the neighbor's house for help, barrett was trapped inside. >> reporter: they got him down they had to pull the railing down from the steps to get him down. police say the car went airborne and went through a neighbor's yard damaging the shed before crashing into a house across the street. neighbors say they saw a suspect fleeing the scene. it was going on 5:15. we opened the side window and we see the one guy running over there. now, dolly davis was taken to the hospital for chest pains after the crash. we are told she is in stable
condition. township inspectors will determine if the house is inhabitable. in the meantime the family is being helped by the red cross. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." gray. so glad to hear nobody was hurt. thank you for the update. police are searching for a killer after a man was shot outside a north philadelphia bar. the 26-year-old victim was walking out of the neville bar when one shot him pointblank in the chest on east allegheny avenue. police rushed him to the hospital. he died a short time later. no arrests have been made. developing at noon, philadelphia police are searching for the gunman who targeted two 7-eleven stores overnight. the first robbery happened at 2:00 a.m. on the 79 hunt block of frank -- 7900 block of frank formed avenue in holmesburg section of the city. they demanded money and cigarettes. investigators say it looks like a few mingles later, the same --
a few minutes later, the same men pulled off another robbery at bridge and thompson streets. the cars took off toward i-95. police are looking at surveillance video to try to identify the systems. -- suspects. robbery suspect was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer. viewer video shows the scene moments after the shooting on park avenue in olney. the suspect was robbing an elderly person when the off-duty officer identified himself and toldment suspect to drop the weapon. the suspect opened fire when the officer turned the -- -- open the suspect opened fire on the officer. he said don't move don't
move. i watched him take the gun off him. he had like a chrome, 32, chrome a chrome revolver. the suspect was pronounced at the hospital. the off-duty police officer was uninjured. investigators say the robbery victim had minor injuries. now to the latest on the terror attacks in brussels. prosecutors say the terrorists initially planned to hit france again. under pressure from police they decided to switch targets. the new revelations come as one of the suspects confess as being the man in the hat. alex markward is in brussels with the latest. >> reporter: the man in the hat is offering new insight into the terror attacks in belgium. the group wanted to strike france again after the paris attacks. but with the pressure on them from the investigation, the terrorists quote urgently took the decision to strike in
brussels. belgium authorities say mowmed abriniy was the man in the hat and the coat. he threw away the coat and sold the hat. the dna was found in the brestles apartment a bomb factor when he and the other attackers left in the airport. new video shows one of the men calling for a taxi. abriniy has been charged with terror. the same charges is handed down to a 28-year-old swedish national who was at the metro station with the suicide bomber. his family in sweden shocked. all of a sudden he disappeared his aunt said no one in the family knew. and we turn to the race for the
white house. ted cruz said odds of a contested convention are growing. cruz swept colorado picking up 34 delegates. he spoke to a large group of republican donors in las vegas. he told them it could be a bloodbath in the general election. you have this kind of bloody battle every fears fracture at the end of it. that will be a great challenge for a nominee to hold together a winning coalition. >> reporter: trump and kasich have their eyes on new york. trump is holding a rally in rochester this afternoon and kasich participates in town halls. hillary clinton wants to send a strong message and unify the democratic party. sanders picked up another win in
wyoming, but both he and clinton walked away with the same number of delegates. sanders won the last 8 state contests. next on "action news" this sunday afternoon. snacks are great on the go. are they healthy for kids? experts weigh in in "healthcheck." we're not talking about a hunting case. this is poaching pure and simple. a gruesome discovery minnesota wildlife officers find a bald eagle butchered and they look are going for a person responsible. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
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♪at noon, country star garth brooks gave a man the surprise of a lifetime. the 19-year-old was born with a rare genetic disorder that left her mentally delayed. when he heard he offered to meet them at a show. nickie told him he wanted to sing a song with him. he grabbed a guitar and sat down for a duet. her family said it was one of the most touching things they have ever seen. hopefully we'll be singing next week. >> reporter: a better tune you
mean? it's got to be better, it can't get much worse. the view in atlantic city. we had such a warm march. you flip the car dal -- calendar page to april and old man winter makes a a comeback. some areas yesterday picked up more snow on april 9 than all the month of february. things are mixed up in the weather department. the good news we'll get back on track and things will go back to normal. this is the last of the chilly stuff tomorrow we're in the 60s. dewpoint, 14, pressure reading is rising. it feels like the mid 30s at this midday hour. trenton, 39. millville, 41. reading, allentown and philadelphia all show 40 degrees. here's is it's fairly
chilly, temperatures in the up err 40s, close to 50 degrees, wind much cooler than that. tomorrow, warm front pumps through, wind shift out of the south. we're back in the 60s. tomorrow night into tuesday, cold front approaching a little bit of rain is possible. the air behind the front is not arctic in nature it's pacific. it's cooler, but not that bad. the good news, again, we're
turning the corner here and we're starting told about there. future tracker 6 later this afternoon, mostly sunny skies, high, thin clouds later on. we're note going to pose any threat. overnight tonight it's cloudy, 9:00 a.m. a couple of showers are possible for the western suburbs these isolated. holds through during the course of the action. cloudy maybe one or two hit or miss showers most of the day is dry. plunged night into tuesday cold front approaches we get into a period of rain. west to east, 9:00 a.m., western suburbs wet south and east dry. everybody sees the rain during the day. 2:30 it's raining steadily for most of the delaware and lehigh valleys. for today, mostly sunny, a nice looking day, nice finish to the weekend. milder, 50 degrees is the forecasted high. winds are light out of the south 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight mostly cloudy seasonable. 34 degrees outlying suburbs, 40
for center city. numbers look chilly. this morning we were down in the mid 20s, so this is a whole lot better. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 degrees tomorrow. phillies home opener, cloudy skies isolated showers possible. warmer day. 60 tuesday, periods of rain. 58 wednesday, with a breeze it will feel like the low 50s. thursday, friday, saturday, high temperatures will range anywhere from 60 to 64 degrees and we'll see a decent amount of sunshine all three days. clouds mixed in as well. that's looking better than what we saw yesterday. thanks chris. a weird sight in the midwest not one, but not two, but three alby-- albino deer in the same place. they are so rare it's illegal to harvest them. police in minnesota are searching for the person who
they are a god send. how much sugar do they have? ten grams. is a grams. world health organization add vitaminses 15 grams of sugar for the -- advices 15 grams of sugar for a whole day for kids. there are only 8 or 9 gummies in here, when i give them to my kid they say i want more. giving them an entire pact of star bust, 33 grams of sugar. the first four ingredients are similar. corn syrup and fruit juice. we've been told that organic is better but not when you're starting with a sugar and not when it's the same as candy.
target is phasing out the fruit flavored snack packages. it extinguishes themselves saying they are certified organic. horizon said their brand is organic and free of artificial colors or preservatives saying they add natural flavors in the fruit snacks. beche worely reporting. micro trans heart device is one inch long and placed a flexible tube into the right chamber of the heart. the fully self contained unit less than 10% the size of a traditional pace pacemaker. it gets around the long-standing limb -- limitation.
in many cases, pacemakers need to be replaced. more drones will be taking to the sky. drone industry and airline want the faa to relax the rules on drones. they are mostly banned from flying over people causing injury. the panel wants to change the rules. faa said it will review the changes and open them up for public comment we'll see what happens. there's much more to come on "action news," the flyers are gearing up for the playoffs. phillies get their first win of the season. highlights next in sports. glad -- so glad you stayed
with us on a sunday at noon. there's a view of the commodor barry bridge. we have cold and rain on the way, chris will explain to you in just a bit. here's jeff skeverski with with sports. >> reporter: jay wright said the championship was a warmup for the pro teams like the flyers. hours later, the flyers fighting for the playoffs clinch. let's go flyers! >> reporter: villanova a good luck charm the chant at the flyers penguin's game they needed a win to get in, end of the first is to save the season, there's steve mason, 1 high pressure zip.
jake borachek to wayne simmons ties it at one. it stays that way until 4 to go in the second. off simmons and in. career high 32nd of the season. final minute of the thished they put it way --ner netter. you work so hard to get to this point. it's a huge step. we've been through a lot, the whole team, you know, you really believe in what we were doing and how we were going to do it. and it's kind of a relief to know we're going to play in the playoffs. >> reporter: yeah, they are fired up, they fight back from 5 points back in the standings a little more than a month to go all aboard the waib train. next -- wayne train. next stop washington.
season finale is meaningless. phillies after a slow start in new york, the phils avoid starting o-5 for the first time in 82 years, what a game last night. in the game, phillies debut, nine strikeouts, single run, ryan howard out of here! howard passes yoggi bara. 6 sixers will have a little magic in their final season game of the day. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. half-hour of "action news" straight ahead. police say they have
arrested a man who gunned down a former nfl player during an apparent road rage incident. a car flies out of control on a bucks county street and gets buried inside a house. the driver scrambles out of it and is on the run. those stories and more when "action news" comes right back. thorities are investigating
after a three-year-old is killed in a crash in lehigh valley valley. former envelope player is shot and killed in a apparently case of road rage. 26 cyclist from newtown, connecticut are coming to philadelphia to sound the call for gun control. those stories, but first, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, you should not have a coat on, chris. it's okay if the wind shut offment april. the april sun is character very warm. the fact that i am wearing this coast this time of the year is depressing. mostly sunny, that's the call from accuweather. it's milder afternoon high temperatures topping out at 50 degrees. look at the run we've been on since february 20th. the city of philadelphia has hit 60 degrees or higher 80 degrees or high three times. we set three new record highs,
it was the fowrpt -- forth warmest march ever. april 9 this is glen mills, this was sent in by dot in, this is another view in west chester. we have another one sent in from ocean city, new jersey. mother nature so confused over the last couple of days. we're suddenly seeing winter now that we're in spring. all of winter was very mild and spring-like. snowfall totals was very impress irving. impressive. wayne, 4.7. chadds ford, 2 1/2, graterford 2 inches. allentown a half i do of -- a half inch of snow. vineland, 2 inches. avalon, 2 inches. mays landing 2 inches and haddon highlights half inch.
everything has melted. there might be a little bit of snow on the ground. it should melt off quickly. overnight lows tonight will not drop below freezing. there's good news there, we warm up in the seven-day forecast. we have better news ahead in the seven day. i'll see you guys again in just a few minutes. guys? now to the dramatic crash in bucks county. an suv slammed into a home in bensalem this morning and the driver took off. frisch frisch spoke to -- trish hartman spoke to the homeowner at the scene. >> reporter: homeowners traumatized but feeling lucky. take a look at the house, cleanup is underway. family members are here clearing debris and boarding up the gaping hole that was left. one homeowner was taken to the hospital for chest pains after
the crash, she is in stable condition. the cleanup begins. the whole car was inside the house. >> reporter: have you ever seen anything like that? no, no. >> reporter: neighbors on monroe avenue were in disbelief when they saw the damage. suv plowed through the living room of the house. 89 family lived here for more than 20 years. dolly was sleeping in a hospital bed downstairs feet away from the crash. barrett tells "action news" they were in the process of trying to sell the house, now they are happy to escaped with their lives. grace of god brought us this far we'll make it. >> reporter: police say the car went airborne and sailed through a neighbor's yard damaging trees and a she had before crashing into the -- a shed before crashing into the neighbor's house across the streetuilding
inspectors will determine if the house is inhabitable. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." three people escaped an early-morning house fire in north philadelphia. the action cam at that scene after 5:30 here on the 2700 block of west montgomery avenue. three people living on the first floor managed to make it out safely. it is not clear what started the fire. an autopsy scheduled for tomorrow after a 3-year-old girl was killed in a car crash in the lehigh valley. two cars collided yesterday near the intersection of airport road and shaneersville road in hanover township lehigh county. the 3-year-old was thrown from the car. state police are district attorney's office are investigating. nfl community is in shock today after the murder of a former player. will smith was gunned down in an
apparently road rage attack. police have a person in custody. >> reporter: stunning news in the nfl community former new orleans' saint will smith shot and killed in a road rage attack saturday evening. police say a hummer hit his suv near the intersection two drivers began arguing. mike triplet was at the scene of the incident after the accident. smith was driving truck by vehicle and shot multiple times. his wife was shot in the legs twice. the alleged gunman, this manuel seen here as he is taken into custody hours earlier, smith posting this selfie with his wife at the french quarter fest
writing having a blast. mark ingraham tweeting devastating. new orleans answer native and current cardinals safety said rest in peace will smith. he was a member of the 2009 super bowl win be saints team that brought the city its first championship. he was one of the great all time gens players, a sense -- defense players, a senseless and tragic loss. eva pilgrim reporting. a fireworks catastrophe at an indian temple killed 105 people and injured 500 others. during the fireworks display in southern india. sparks ignited a magazine of fireworks causing a explosion and fire. the temple did not have permission for a fireworks celebration. government has pledged to give
the families $3,000 each. duke and duchess of cambridge are in india for their first royal tour in two years. prince william and his wife kate paid their respects to the mumbai terror attacks, they laid a wreath at the memorial where 31 people were killed. they visitorred -- visit an academy. john kerry is in hiroshima for the talks with britain, and japan. they will talk about nuclear nonproliferation. he landed after making unannouncerred visitors to iraq and afghanistan to show support for the governments. much more to come on "action news" sunday. a stormer villanova basketball player killed in "action news" during world war ii received a special honor. new star wars movie hits
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to warm up on this cold april day. white take part in the philadelphia love run. the half marathon started at eakens oval. some dressed for the weather, others suited up like their clothing alone might bring a warmer spring. it's a special sunday for a congregation celebrating 150 years in delaware. the first church celebrated in delaware. governor markell joined in for the service. a jewish war veteran post,
posted a memorial for herman truck drivision. he was inducted into the hall of fame and killed in the battle of iwo jima. time for accuweather, we could really do -- >> reporter: i've got a softball scrimmage later today. i don't want to play in this. i'll be in a sweatshirt and a coat. let's go live on sky6 live hd show you what's going on, looking over penns landing. lots of bright blue out there. it's a nice sunday afternoon. chilly dealing with a breeze out of the northwest at 5 to 10-mile an hour. we'll keep the skies mainly clear, a couple of high, thin clouds roll in this afternoon. the radars will stay dry today.
tomorrow afternoon there's an isolated shower around other than next 24 to 36 hours look dry. well, apparently this is spring. 82 degrees a month ago today. now, we're forecasting a high of 50. so some 32 degrees colder that was a new record high by the way. the average high temperature today is 60. on march 10th it was 50. you can see the numbers are going in the opposite direction here. the good news is, i'll show you this in a second, the pattern is starting to change. we'll see warmer temperatures move back into the area. windchills in the 30s, feels like 39 in trenton. 37 in philadelphia. the numbers to the south are starting to warm up quickly now, 69 in memphis, dallas 68. new orleans 75. bills mark, north dakota 37 that's typical for those guys up there. we have a pattern change coming. what we've been seeing over the last week is the polar vortex
has been sitting here we've been seeing the cold air attack the mid atlantic and the northeast. the cold has been driving into the heart of delaware and lehigh valleys. in the meantime, just the opposite has been occurring on west coast where it's been nice and warm on south issuely -- southerly winds. this whole seesaw will tilt the other way. 89 warmth will march east of the mississippi river. all the cold goes back here and this is all warm as we see the southwesterly wind. we have changes heading this way. i know it's been a little brutal over the last week, but things will warm up nicely. there's the warm front as we get into tonight and tomorrow. that punches through, it could bring an isolated shower. the bigger change will be the climb in temperatures. monday, 63 degrees, monday into tuesday, showers possible with that approaching cold front. there's future tracker 6 later this afternoon sunshine along
with a few high, thin clouds. overnight tonight, cloudy, dry, tomorrow morning, maybe an isolated shower west of philadelphia. same thing during the afternoon. phillies home opener for the most part looks dry, isolated shower, most of the game should get off okay. monday into tuesday here comes the approaching cold front. winds out of the south, southwest we'll see the line of showers, heavier periods of rain embedded in this during the afternoon. tuesday it's wet everywhere. some of it will come down at a good clip. today it's nice, monday is cloudy nice, tuesday damp and gloomy. 350 degrees in philadelphia. sunny and milder. wilmington, 50, dover, 50. trenton, 49. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows 63 for tomorrow. mostly cloudy, isolated shower. periods of rain tuesday, 60 degrees. tuesday is the rain day. wednesday improving sun and clouds, 58. cooler. thursday, friday, saturday, 672, 64, 63. some of the numbers might be cooler depending on how much
cloud cover we see. you get the idea we're trending up in the seven-day forecast towards week's end. about time. philadanco spring performance is days away the dance company set the stage of world premier. karen rogers has more in the 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: philadanco is performing as part of the philadelphia international festival of the arts. 89 dancers showcase the working of four ballets we've had together into a program called global artistry. it's meant to be a bridge across cultural divides. the program features an american choreographer and three international artists. we have one from vietnam and the philippines and jamaica. >> reporter: for the founder joan myers brown they will
communicate through the language of modern dance. we go to countries we don't have to speak english, you start dancing everyone knows what you're doing. >> reporter: the musical styles vary from classical to electronics. there are all different styles it challenges to be able to do the work. >> reporter: that has been the mission of philadanco, as well. myers brown founded company to provide opportunities for dancers of color. asian and native american and calf man -- african-american girls. we're always doing something new and different because philadelphians are hard crowds. people who not seen philadanco will be blown away. >> reporter: they will perform global artistry at the kimmel center perelman theater april 15th to the 17th.
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welcome back on this sunday, we're taking a live look right now via sky6 live hd at the platt bridge. the sun is shining, but it's cold out there, 43 degrees, 12:50. today 26 cyclists from newtown, connecticut will be riding into philadelphia to call for tougher gun laws. team 26 will meet with mayor jim kenny. they are riding for the victims and survivors of the massacre at the sandy hook element school. they set off from newtown, the ride will end in washington, d.c. where they will deliver a petition calling organ congress to make it -- calling on congress to make it more difficult to have concealed
weapons on college campuses. septa has changes on their regional rail line to improve weekend performance and reliability. customers can find the new schedules by referring to timetables that have an april 10, 2016 effective date on them. you can find them at 6abc.com happening today. star wars fans, the wait is over. trailer for the newest film rowing one a star wars story is out. and this movie is four years in the making. we have more. >> reporter: stars wars is leading fans on their seats again before lukewalker there was jen oso. i
she finds she has to become a great leader to become a true leader you have to be able to work with other people and be vulnerable with other people. >> reporter: the newest film is set before a before the first star wars movie episode four released in 1977. remember it was princess lay i can't who led the charge to destroy the death star. rogue one gives the history. we have a mission for you. a major weapons test is immanent we need to know what it is and how to destroy it. >> reporter: disney has a stand alone movie different from what fans have come to love. with such a loyal following this could be just the beginning. >> reporter: with an all new
cast of characters, it is set to hit threerdz -- theaters in december. time for christmas and your favorite sunday night shows, actually your favorite sunday night shows all new on 6abc. it starts with america's funniest home videos at 7:00. at 8:00 a.m. it is once upon a time followed by the family and quantico and "action news" at 11:00. when "action news" continues an update on the top stories, plus a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we see you after the break.
recapping our top stories on "action news," police are looking for a driver who slammed an suv into a bucks county home this morning. the vehicle went out of control along the 2200 block of monroe avenue in bensalem ricocheted off a shed and flew into a house, the driver ran off. a woman living in the house was taken to the hospital with chest pains and is expected to be okay. police have charged the man in the apparent road-rage murder of a former nfl player. ex-new orleans' saints defensive lineman was gunned down on a new orleans' street after getting into an exchange of words after a man rear ended his vehicle.
three men robbed two 7-eleven stores in holmesburg and bride burger there were no injuries. time for chris sowers, chris i real like you, but the -- i really like you, but come on. >> reporter: it's going up to 350 degrees, we're dealing with a breeze so it might feel like the 40s. 63 tomorrow. nainl -- mainly cloudy, an isolated shower is possible. 60 tuesday, 58 wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, we're in the 60s. a tourism board in australia has a new position to fill. crews are holding on an online competition to hug. he was rescued from his mother's pouch after she was hit by a
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