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you, it is 7:00 a.m. on this saturday, december 10. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," a car is riddled with bullets after someone opened fire on two men in north philadelphia overnight. >> and saying goodbye, family, friends and colleagues will honor a wilmington firefighter who lost her life in the line of duty. >> plus, searching for the grinch who is trying to steal the holiday spirit.
police in south jersey searching for whoever is vandalizing holiday decorations. those stories in a moment, but first, we all knew it was eventually coming. it is here, we're dealing with a cold blast that will stay for a while. >> we're taking a live look here via sky6 live hd in penns landing. if you're heading out this early hour you're going to want to bundle up, temperatures are below freezing. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris you say it's all about christmas. it's got to be cold. >> reporter: it's got to be cold, last year we had the air-conditioning on christmas day, it was so warm, 70 degrees. >> i agree it can't be warm on christmas. i'll give you that one. >> reporter: i'll turn him over -- >> no you won't. let's get you outside, wait until you see what's coming in the seven day. i'll tell you what, it's going to get cold. there's the view sky6 live hd down in cape may. there's a few clouds, blustery
and cold, temperatures in the 20s, windchills, this is the big story right now as jennette mentioned, you need to bundle up in layers. heavier winter coat scarf hat that did the trick. 19 in philadelphia. 19 in allentown. feels like ten lonely degrees in the poconos. 18 in millville. feels like 25 degrees in cape may. satellite and radar along -- action radar, heavy lake-effect snow along lake ontario they picked up two to three feet. for us, sun and clouds today, a quiet start to the weekend overall, breezy and cold, 38 degrees is the forecasted high. it will feel like the upper 20s, low 30s throughout the day because of the wind. blustery and cold weekend is on the way. some snow is expected sunday night into monday morning, another bitter arctic outbreak arrives next week. i'll have the details coming up
in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. jennette? >> thanks for the good news, i think. you can keep track of the wintery conditions this weekend with 6abc.com/weather. check the chilly temperatures and the hourly forecast and keep an eye on storm tracker 6 live radar to see if any flakes will fall where you live. 7:03 a.m. wilmington firefighters will stay a final farewell to one of their own. ardythe hope died last week after injuries she received battling an arson fire in a row home in september. a viewing will be held at the chase center on the river front. a funeral will be followed by her funeral at 1:00 p.m. jerry fickes and christopher leach both died while fighting the same fire. three wilmington fire stations will be renamed in honor of those three firefighters. governor chris christie
ordered that flags fly at half mast to honor frankie williams. services will be held monday at boardwalk hall in atlantic city. two men were shot and wounded on a north philadelphia street, now police are looking for suspects and motives. gunfire broke out on the 3000 block of fontain street at 1:30 a.m. police say when they arrived they found two men with gunshot wounds to their legs. both victims were rushed to area hospitals for treatment and expected to be okay. real life grinches are targeting signs of holiday cheer in one south jersey community. police in evesham township are asking for neighbors to keep an eye out for the thieves and vandals on the prowl. dann cuellar has more. ♪ >> reporter: it's the holiday season and a lot of people put
their heart and soul into their christmas decorations outside their home. last week, ken norcroft set up a christmas dragon that his wife liked. he came out and saw it was gone, the thief leaving behind the stakes in the ground. >> it ruins the spirit of the season. >> reporter: that same night around the corner in the 100 block, an 8-foot tall inflatable teddy bear was gone. >> i think it's terrible and horrible thing to happen at the holidays. >> reporter: if that was not bad enough, someone vandalsized the christmas -- vandalized the christmas display. >> they cut the electrical
wires. >> reporter: evesham township police say there's increase in criminal mischief and theft in christmas decorations. >> we have a dozen reported, but you could double or triple it from homeowners who have not reported it throughout the entire township. >> reporter: despite those trying to ruin christmas, folks are trying to keep the holiday spirit high. >> i guess there's grinches out there that think it's fun and games to go out and snip wires. >> reporter: it's not fun and games to you. >> no, it's not. >> reporter: police are urging people to keep an eye on the displays and that of their neighbors if they see something suspicious or someone they have not seen around the neighborhood, call police and let them check on it out. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> happening today president-elect donald trump kellyanne conway will be part of the christmas parade in
hammonton, atlantic county. the atco native will serve as grand marshall to the parade that celebrates hammonton's 150th anniversary. it's a decision that caused controversy. the parade begins at bell view avenue and north liberty street and ends at the nj transit railroad tracks. >> santa ditched a sleigh for a fire truck. they watched the christmas tree lighting when the the man in the red suit arrived. the high school bands helped get everyone in the holiday spirit by playing christmas songs. luminaries lined the outside of the historic dover house that was built in 1710. the oldest in camden county. with the fire in the fireplace, actors dressed in period attire and greeted guests. one visitor looked right at home
on santa's lap. we want to see your holiday lights on social media, use #s 6abc lights. send them to our facebook page facebook.com/6abc "action news." or e-mail them to join the action at 6abc.com. 'tis the season. saying goodbye to an american legend. we have details on the memorial service for astronaut john glenn. >> plus, when new delveries begin to arrive at the new wing of the lehigh valley hospital they will keep you warm thanks to some caring ladies. >> reporter: jennette, no no moe 60s and 70s afternoon the delaware and the lehigh valleys. for some we're talking about snow. more to come in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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he confessed to killing nine african-americans at a charleston, south carolina church in 2015. he said he chose the church in part because it's the oldest black church in the south. we're beginning to learn more details about those who want to pay respects to american legend john glenn. the body of space hero and former u.s. senator will be taken to the ohio state house for a public viewing. a memorial service is being planned at the ohio state university. the actual details have not been released. burial will be at arlington national cemetary near washington, glen died thursday near age 95678 he was the first american to orbit the earth in 1962. >> a texas police officer is being praised by the community for his random act ofpatrollingn 11-year-old girl walking to
school in the cold. she had more than a mile to go before she got to school. another driver witnessed the gs tur. >> he takes things you let of his front seat of his car and gives her a ride to school. i thought that's exactly what needed to happen. >> thank you, great act of kindness. he followed up with a school resource officer who is working with the family. he offered to pick the girl up daily if she needs it. what a great story to warm your heart this time of year. >> that is really sweet. >> speaking of warm -- >> reporter: there's no warm weather outside. it's cold, it's the wind that makes it sting a little bit. otherwise, temperatures are below freezing. let's get you outside, go live on sky6 live hd. you see the christmas tree from our city hall camera our beautiful image this morning. gets you in the holiday spirit. temperatures will get you in the holiday spirit. it's quiet out there, it's a
nice quiet morning around the delaware and the lehigh valleys. the radar is confirming that. we had snow showers and snow squalls develop around here, the quakertown area stretching to doylestown. it wouldn't surprise me if there are slick spots up here. everybody else steered clear of that. be cautious in bucks county. 38 degrees that's the high temperature we're shooting for today, starting out as 26 these are the normals, you can see temperatures are well below average like yesterday and and the day before. 27 in allentown. 20 in the poconos. 26 in millville. the freezing mark of 32 degrees down in cape may. here's satellite and radar along with action radar. again you can see for the most part we're quiet, what's happening here, you get off the front range there's an area of low pressure starting to develop. that's going to ride the polar air it will ride that air mass
east, it will get in here sunday night into monday morning. the good news, if you don't like snow. warmer air will start to punch in. it will start overspreading the area, what may start out always snow up through here it will turn into rain sunday night into monday morning. future tracker 6, combination of sun and clouds. sunday morning, temperatures well below freezing. clouds increase, that locks the cold air in, that's why the precip starts out as snow in the lay afternoon hours on sunday. this is -- late afternoon hours on sunday. this is sunday evening. i suspect there will be light snow flying across the lehigh valley at that point. everybody else else more than likely will stay dry. note the temperatures, mid to upper 30s, it's warmer than what we're showing here. but it will be cold. sunday into monday, here comes the milder air working through the region. everybody changes over to rain,
it will be a chilly rain with highs monday in the upper 40s. the take away, mainly rain for philadelphia points south and east. it will start out as light snow north of the pennsylvania turnpike, the lehigh valley and the poconos. even there it is expected to change over to rain by dawn. there could be a slushy accumulation for areas far north. this is the lehigh valley and the poconos. the immediate philadelphia area not expecting anything more than programs a -- perhaps a few flakes that's about it. one to three in the lehigh valley and the poconos i'm leaning closer to one than the three. it doesn't take much to create slick spots. highs today upper 0s, close to 40 degrees, look for a combination of sun and clouds, windchill in the upper 20s and low 30s. speaking of 20s, everybody dropping down overnight,
allentown, 22, cape may, 28. speaking of dropping down, later next week. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 38 degrees today becoming cloudy tomorrow, 37. periods of rain for monday, 49. that will be the warmest temperature out of the next seven days because the next arctic blast arrives by midweek. 40 degrees, 30, thursday, and friday's high, 30 degrees, windchills in the 20s, gray what do we call that kind of cold? >> brutal. horrific. you love it chris. >> reporter: i'm very happy now. >> as long as as you're happy that's all that matters. 7:16 this week's art of aging lehigh valley hospital is opening a new family health pavilion next summer. they are getting help from a close knit group of volunteers. tamala edwards has the story. >> reporter: this past weekend the members of the auxillary lehigh valley hospital
muhlenberg staged a knit-in. there goal. >> 100,000 halts by july. -- hats by july. they hope to have newborn services for the first time in the hospital's history. >> how else to bring new joy to a new mom. >> what are we calling this? >> warming babies' heads. >> reporter: they are raising money for a healing garden. >> they are passionate about their work. >> reporter: the group has been around as long as the hospital itself. grace joined the group 22 years ago. >> it's very rewarding to know that we can make a patient feel a little bit better. >> reporter: with the knit-in they are bringing joy and comfort. as a grandmother who doesn't get
joining us, your time is 7:20, we're taking a look outside "live" with kelly and michael at the platt live on sky6 live hd at the platt bridge. >> here's a looks' what's going on around the delaware and lehigh valley this weekend. >> it's the christmas village, it's it is return of germany american weekend. all day today 11:00 a.m. to 8:00
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everyone, 7:23 saturday morning, we've been talking about the upcoming systems sunday into monday. right now i want to focus on the arctic blast arriving later next week. this is associated with the polar vortex. this is philadelphia right here. the polar vortex will drop in from the north western territories of canada close to alaska. it will do one of these jobs where it rounds the hudson bay, this body of water here. this whole area turns cold. this gets down to the panhandles of florida. ice cold next week. if year lucky we hit 30 degrees. the really cold stuff will be the great lakes, where temperatures will be five to ten below. overnight lows, 25 below zero.
we missed out on the really cold stuff, but cold none the less. arctic front arrives bitter windchills, the coldest air is on the way since february 11th of last winters. guys? >> we're not looking forward to that, thanks chris. turning to sports, now, jordon matthews may be returning to the field with the eagles. >> the flyers look to stay red hot here's saturday morning sports. >> reporter: flyers are the hottest team in hockey they want to keep it going today at home against the dallas stars. last time the flyers one 8 in a row, 14 seasons ago, keith primo was the captain. claude giroux is the reason they are on this streak he is tearing it up. five goals during this streak. >> the reason we are winning,
we are playing as a team. everybody is contributing. everybody is doing their job. the chemistry is good, and steve mason is playing good hockey. he is giving us a chance to win the games. >> reporter: giroux signing autographs on his top digital trading card. you can download it on your phone or ipad to get access to the digital trading card. we have to come out and make a statement that's what jordon matthews says. he will play sunday after missing last week with an ankle injury. he did not have fun watching from the sidelines in cincinnati. he is itching to return and return the eagles to the win column. it's been a frustrating and
banged up season format that yous. >> it's a recurring theme, but at the same time i'm still positive. obvious it was not ideal. i didn't think i would miss my first game at 24. at the same time it could be worse. i'm blessed. >> we'll have him back this week, it's huge to have a guy like that, a guy you can trust is huge. it's good to see the other guys step up at the same time. >> reporter: talk about a dynasty in high school football. afternoon bush shop wins their 4th state title in the last 6 years. wood and hershey for the state title, third quarter they runaway with it. temple recruit, 253 yards. three touchdowns, archbishop wood wins 37-10. their 4th trophy in the last 6 years. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day.
>> it is 7:27, a new castle delaware native designed cleats for his nfl players he revealed his latest creation. they are painted for baltimore ravens benefit watson, international justice mission or ijm. the organization aims to stop sex trafficking. ordinary tissues left dakota's nose sore and red.
hour now, a south jersey police officer is hurt after getting involved in a crash while responding to another crash. >> a final farewell, firefighters from across the country will say goodbye to fallen comrade ardythe hope in wilmington today. >> we're talking cold, how low will they go? temperatures take a dip in time for weekend plans. we have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast meteorologist chris sowers is here with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris is in a great mood today because the cold puts him in a good mood. >> you're not yelling at me. [laughter]. >> reporter: let's get you outside, gray is usually picking on me, it's a good thing you're here jennette. let's go outside and show you the view overlooking the camden waterfront. sun is starting to climb. we'll need the sun today with the temperatures cold enough and windchills in the teens. it feels like 19 degrees just
about everywhere this morning. 19 for allentown, reading, philadelphia, 10 degrees, what it feels like in the mountains. you get in the higher elevationsle -- i will -- elevations. feels like a blustery 24 in cape may. all the cloud cover is out here to the west. we turned the lake effect machine on a couple of days ago they have been piling it up across the eastern shores of lake erie and ontario. for us, combination of sun and clouds today, blustery and cold temperatures highs around 38 degrees with the wind it will feel like the 20s. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about the rain and snow mix sunday night into monday and the next arctic blast in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you so much for the update. the city of philadelphia has declared a code blue after the first arctic blast of the season with the brutal cold, officials are encouraging the homeless to come inside to
shelters in the area. the city has opened an additional 300 beds and has another 100 slots within the shelters. "action news" caught up with we say lilly of verizon house outreach. >> your body sweats and your pours open and the cold air gets in and it can lead to pneumonia and other problems. >> when we spoke with lilly, three out of three people took his offer for a ride to the shelters. lilly said he plans on staying out until 8:00 a.m. to get people to a safe warm place. i would like to reminds you as we deal with the brutal cold you can find the seven-day forecast and a live look at double scan radar go to our website 6abc.com/weather. family friends and colleagues will pay their respects to wilmington firefighter ardythe hope. she put up a brave fight for more than 60 days before passing away last week.
there will be a public viewing on the chase center on the river front that will be followed by a funeral at 1:00 p.m. at the same location. hope was a senior firefighter for the wilmington fire department and mother of three. jerry fickes and christopher leach died as a result of fighting an arson fire in september. three wilmington fire stations will be renamed in honor of the three fallen heros. these workers gave a free shining and washington of fire trucks that will lead the funeral procession. they donated their services to engine number five which will carry firefighter hope's casket. it is their way of saying thank you to all the first responders. pennsauken police vehicle responding to one crash was involved in another one on the way to the scene. the first collision happened when the driver of a minivan
lost control and hit a pole on route 130. the second happened when a responding officer and lexus collided a short time later. there were no serious injuries. new this morning, a man was stabbed after an altercation while waiting on a septa platform in center city. it happened at 150th and -- 15th and market. two men got into an argument one pulled out a knife. one suffered minor injuries, septa police took the suspect into custody. a mural honoring an up and coming hospital -- pop store killed on tour, grimy was a contestant on the show the
voice. she was killed signing autographs in florida. they hope the wish wal will be a wall of hope and peace not violence and hate. students are told not to drink the water because it is colored containing high iron and sediment. bottled water is being provided to students and faculty. monday a federal judge wil issue a ruling on whether to approve an election recount in the state. this is video of jill stein as she left the federal coulter house yesterday. her -- courthouse yesterday. her lawyers argued for a recount based on on suspicion of hacking. the secretary of state office
said that was highly unlikely. president obama has ordered an inspection of cyber attacks by russia. president obama said he wants the review before he leaves office. >> meantime, president-elect donald trump's transition team is dismissing a new report from the cia that russia intervened in the election. in a statement, trump called the cia, quote, the same people who said saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. the white house had no comment. trump is continuing to fill his cabinet, but we learned that rudy giuliani will not play a role. he has taken himself out of characterization for jobs in the white house. at one point he was the frontrunner for secretary of state. giuliani will remain on the transition team. congress has agreed to a deal that avoids a government shut down with less than an hour
to spare, senators voted 63-36 to send the stopgap bill to the president's desk. mr. obama signed it early this morning. democrats threatened to block it as they fought for long term healthcare benefits for retired coal miners. congress ravines january 3. if you ride septa you need to look for changes this weekend. new schedules on most regional rail lines take effect tomorrow, so take note of this. some trains will be leaving up to 25 minutes earlier or later, and be sure to check the schedule, because you do not want to be left standing out in the cold this time of year. septa believes these changes will make improvements to service. >> well they are perhaps one of the most beautiful signs of the season. pointsettia plants.
>> they are beautiful for the family owned farm in monmouth county it takes a team of growers to get the holiday plants ready in time for the season. nora muchanic has this story. >> reporter: it's crunch time at the farm in i allentown, new jersey, one of the biggest pointsettia growers in the state. >> they are vary in size from 1 inch to 4 inches. >> reporter: warehouse employees start at 7:30 picking and packing orders at the third generation family business. >> right about now, it's in full gear. >> reporter: jeff is the head grower. he makes sure that every plant is top quality for the wholesaler and clients he sells to. >> it's a long crop they. once you get the nutrition
down -- they are okay. >> david is a loyal customer. >> they do the best they grow the best and they have been in it for years, this is where we shop. >> reporter: red remains the most popular color and the most traditional. over the years, they have developed all kinds of different colors and variety. there's white and pink get tealr purple. they are painted by the way or plants with glitter or snow. >> we'll be busy up until christmas eve. >> it's a little hectic, it's beautiful looking at the plants everyday. >> reporter: pointsettia were introduced in 1828 our country's first ambassador to mexico. who new 200 years later they would continue to be a bright symbol of the holidays and our country's most popular christmas plant. in allentown, new jersey, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> 7:39 afternoon archbishop ws
getting used to winning state football titles. they have done it again, of course. fire trucks welcomed the strike strike -- vikings back home. they won their 4th championship in the last 6 seasons. >> was awesome seeing all the seniors getting their emotions out, it was incredible. >> we worked all year for it. to share that moment with our teammates and coaches it was a blessing. >> wood has won the last three years. congratulations to them. >> there's a warning for parents with infants. you may want to avoid the teething rings. bob dylan is due to receive
his nobel prize, but he will not be present for the prize. >> snow blowers are getting a workout in parts of the northeast as old man winter makes an appearance. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment, leaving you with a sky6 live hd of the commodor barry bridge.
inches of snow fell. it was the first major snowfall of this early winter. old man winter he is here. >> and someone is clapping. >> reporter: you know, when lori and i retire we're moving to the great lakes. >> enjoy. >> that's a terrible way to end it. >> reporter: i don't like it when it's 95 decreases and it feels like 110. i like it when it feels like 15. i should have been born in boston. look at this beautiful shot, spring mountain, remember the last couple of decembers they were not able to make snow until after christmas. temperatures have been cooperating they have the snow guns working. they will make snow later this week as the arctic front arrives. temperatures in time poconos
will not get above freezing right through next sunday. temperatures will be cold enough for snow making. double can live we have snow showers from mother nature in bucks county earlier this morning. that's gone, now we're left with mainly mostly clear conditions. sunshine out there this morning, but it's been a chilly week. remember all the 60s and 70s we've been enjoying the last several weeks. that's not the case this week. yesterday's high, 38 degrees factoring in the winds it felt more like the 20s at times. blustery and cold. feels like the teens and 20s now. 19 in philadelphia. 19 in allentown. 21 in trenton. 18 in millville. feels like 25 degrees in cape may. satellite and radar showing cloud cover closest to the great lakes, there's lake effect snow coming off lake erie and ontario. 3 feet of snow in the snow belt
area out through here. most of cloud cover will stay west of the appalachians. we could see puffy consume -- cumulus clouds up here. future tracker 6, we'll set it into motion. we'll skip over today into sunday morning. clouds on the increase. you'll start out with a sliver of sunshine. it will fade quickly as the storm system across the upper midwest races on. you'll have more in the way of lake snow breaking out what this model is showing well for northf philadelphia. places like quakertown and allentown and reading snow. in the overnight into sunday morning, snowing across the lehigh valley raining everywhere else. it changes over to rain look at the temperatures, above freezing
in the lehigh valley. 34 for the poconos. they could turn to rain, as well. close to 40 in philadelphia. quick-moving system, by 11:00 a.m. or noon it's long gone. we're left with a combination of sun and clouds during the afternoon on monday, temperatures in the 40s and low 50s. so the northwest suburbs sunday night into monday morning, look for that mixture of rain and snow changing over to rain. there could be a puffy accumulation mainly on grassy surfaces by the time we get into monday morning. i-95 metro area it's a cold rain same thing for south jersey and the state of delaware. accumulations nothing going on in and around the philadelphia area. but, again there could be perhaps one to three inches for the lehigh valley and the poconos. leaning more toward the one rather than the three, again, just a couple of flakes immediately north and west of philadelphia. so sun and clouds, cold today, 38 degrees is the forecasted high. windchills upper 20s, low 30s. partly cloudy and cold overnight tonight. 22 degrees outlying suburbs, 26 for center city.
the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, definitely looking like december out there, 38 today, 37 for tomorrow. 49 degrees periods of rain for monday, and here comes the arctic reinforcement, tuesday, 45 degrees, temperatures falling during the afternoon, wednesday, mostly cloudy high of 40. only 30 degrees for thursday and friday, with windchills in the teens and 20s. that's cold stuff. >> i guess a coat would be a good thing to have, maybe possibly. >> unless you're tough like -- >> like him. i want to see you outside like that. >> all right, chris, thank you. i would like to remind you can get the seven-day forecast storm tracker 6 live radar at 6abc.com. >> if you're anything like gray here you might need inspiration for that long holiday wish list. >> "fyi philly" helps you out, here's melissa and karen rogers with the preview. >> reporter: here's what's coming up on "fyi philly." this is stunning.
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were restricted from using tanning beds. new study from the cdc finds such as a restriction would decrease indoor planning by 60% decreasing thousands of mel mela cases and cancer treatment costs. the ban would prevent more than 200,000 melanoma cases. only 12 states including delaware ban minor indoor tanning. teethers you give the little ones to soothe baby gums, researchers at the american chemical society found many contain harmful chemicals, 59 teethers contain bpa that are banned they are thought to cause
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changing over to a cold rain, 49 for monday, speaking of cold, thursday and friday, the polar express arrives, highs in the 30s and windchills in the teens and 20s. >> sounds exiting. thank you so much. 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here's paula ferris with your preview. >> reporter: good morning, jennette and gray, hello philadelphia, the trump campaign is on the attack after a cia report alleging russian interference in the u.s. election. winters weather alerts in 19 states this morning stretching from coast to coast. icy roads and dangerous whiteout conditions caused dozens of accidents and snow and wind on the way. samsung is sending out one
final update on for the galaxy.- intent on making it unusable for users. thank philadelphia. >> "action news" is coming up at 9:00 a.m. we'll look at holiday gift return policy what stores are offering them and what you need to know before you head out there. >> headphones can be popular gifts, but there's concerns about them, too. jennette reyes and chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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good morning, america. new overnight, election interference, the new report saying russia intervened in the presidential election. did russian hacking help donald trump win? his transition team responding this morning. winter whiteout. two feet in spots so far. driving treacherous. cars sliding off the highway. others buried and abandoned. >> man, it's crazy. >> plus, brutal windchills making things even worse. watches, warnings and advisories you need to hear. chilling confession. the accused church shooter dylann roof's videotaped statement to police played in court laughing as he describes the killings of nine people in a historic charleston church.