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he acknowledged he wasn't healthy and gave no timetable for when he might play again. >> i'm going to play if i can. >> reporting from the wells fargo center, bob brooks, "action news." >> california is force today take action after a spill way opens up the dam. >> jeff skversky has sports when "action news" comes back. ♪ ♪
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>> water has started flowing over a spill way at the nation's tallest dam for the first time since 1968ful officials in california were forced to use the spill way after the main spill way was damaged. chunks of concrete fell off the shoot causing a hole 200 feet wide and 30 feet deep. the dam is sound and there is no threat to the public. they mark the first time the emergency spill way has been needed in its history. > abortion right's opponents
are calling for the government to cut off payment to the organization. >> similar protests took place across the country and supporters of planned parenthood came out as well to counter demonstrate. those that want planned parenthood defunded are supported by president trump's organization. >> no organization that kills human beings deserved taxpayer's money. >> federal dollars don't pay for abortions but planned parenthood is reimbursed for other services. >> there wasn't a dry eye in the place as a couple that battled cancer together tied the knot.
ashley wood was emotional walking down the aisle. waiting for her was kevin. the two have been together 11 years. the couple received an all expense paid wedding as part of a contest. their plans were derailed when ashley was diagnose td with cancer. three years later, kevin was diagnose ted with cans cancer an three years to live. now they are married. >> this couple tied the knot in the kimmel rooftop garden after winning the "mama mia" give away. congratulations to both set of newlyweds.
it's dry across the valley. as you look at surf city, atlantic city and vineland, that's what we like to call virga. things change throughout the overnight hours. sunday, we'll show you the picture outside, sky 6 live hd looking at the ben franklin bridge. we have a mostly cloudy sky. despite the clouds today, it was mild in the city. the high 53-degrees above the average ofl 43. we have a northeasterly wind, 46 in the city, 40 in lancaster and cooling to the north and west. pocono, 28. 34 in allentown, 34 in trenton and 44 at the coast and at lat ticatlanticcity. it's a milder night, 33 in the
suburbs for the overnight low and 40 in philadelphia with the northeasterly wind at 48 miles per hour. here's the set up for us on sunday. we are tracking an area of low pressure out of the ohio valley warming up along the warm front. the high in philadelphia, 44-degrees. we have a large temperature gradient depending on the location. temperatures will be colder north and west of the 95 corridor and warmer to the south and east. iit's wet, damp and dreary. future tracker 6, 2:30 in the morning, mixed precipitation breaking out for allentown, reading and the poconos. the winter weather advisory 6:0e precipitation allentown and burke's county as well. it fills in, in the form of rain along the i-95 corridor.
we are in and out of the light rain, mist and drizzle through the day. there could be light snow showers across the higher terrain. that's sunday. sunday night into monday, it's all about the blustery winds. winds pick up on the backside. sustained winds 15 to 28 miles per hour. higher gusts, 40 to 50 miles per hour throughout the day on monday. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, rain and drizzle on the way tomorrow, mixed precipitation north and west, high 44. monday, high of 43. winds gusting 40 to 50 miles per hour. tuesday, sunny and milder at 48-degrees for valentine's day. wednesday, mostly cloudy and a high of 47. thursday, a high of 40. there could be the possibility of rain or snow on the tracks by
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the tear after he was hurt. the pain and swelling is not the result of the tear, it's the bone bruise causing the problems. at practice, he says he feels better than he has in weeks. >> >> those people care about me. they are never going to push me. as we progress forward, we are going to try to get him to play in a way that he is effectively asymptommic and says that way. >> embid was dancing last night.
it could be poorly perceived since he's hurt and hasn't played in six weeks. the hottest team in the nba cooled off with the sixers. sixer, double digits, third quarter noel again. heat get within five, final seconds. sixers slam the door. sixers win 117-109. the big question is okafor and the trade rumors. >> there were trade rumors happening before the game. i was aware of those. in those situations, you know, i felt that it was best to not
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>> flyers captain claude giroux called out the team and himself saying i have to be better. we have to be better and we have to change our mindset against san jose. coach ivan in the third, flyers up 1-0. patrick marlowe. tied at one going to overtime. in o.t., wayne simmons off the steal. all aboard the wayne train. flyers win in o.t. ending the
three game winning scream. >> i was trying to put the puck in the back of the net. i thought we played a great game. >> "college hoops," if the season ended today, villanova would be the number one seed in the tournament even though they are currently second-ranked team. villanova giving them a taste of their own medicine. wins their fifth straight. career win 500 la salle, st. joes lose today. nova is tough. >> very good. we'll see if they can maintain their number one status. >> 50 senior citizens had reason
to celebrate valentine's day early. college kids that attend new life ministries threw a sweetheart party. it included dinner and flowers. "action news" at 11:30 is next. a bartender passes away and family and friends remember him with honor. those stories and more when "action news" comes back. ♪ ♪
♪ >> "action news" continues. >> saturday night. here's what's happening at 11:30. white house officials say they are keeping a close eye on the situation after north korea launched a missile toward japan. also, honoring a beloved bartender from the jersey shore. >> we hear from hall grier and how his generation stacks up against the players of today. >> we begin with a late night news conference with donald trump and the prime minister from japan after north korea
launched a missile. >> as president trump was playing host this weekend at his estate in florida to the prime minister of japan, north korea fired a ballistic his will test that they believe fell into the sea of japan. >> the united states of america stands behind japan its ally 100%. thank you. >> president trump is regrouping after two stinging court losses put a stop at least temporarily to his travel ban from seven predominantly muslim nations. on air force one he hinted he's considering a new policy. >> meanwhile surprise and shock as u.s. immigration and custom's enforcement arrest illegals in raids across the country texas
to atlanta, 161 deportations in los angeles alone. most had criminal records. no apologies from the new homeland security john kelly. >> i.c.e. is executing the law, which is what our job is. >> and around the country -- >> republican officials facing angry feedback over their drive to repeal obama care. >> undoing obama care at the dop of the g.o.p. agenda proving easier said than done. a war hero famous for saving most of his men in the battle between the u.s. and north
vietnamese armies has died. he passed away two days shy of his 91st birthday. co author of the book, we were soldiers once and young. it was later turned into a major motion picture. >> people spent the day in the bar raising a glass to a bartender. wes moore started in 1977. he continued to serve customers with a smile until his death this week at the age of 60. >> he's an icon. >> he was loved in a way that, you know, you felt like you were home when you were here. >> so charlie's bar was open today for three hours and nine minutes this morning, a symbolic gesture honoring moore's service. the simple task of walking a dog turned deadly and the victim's mother hopes you can
help find her son's killer. here's rick williams with the crime fighter report. >> he was loving, happy go lucky, loved his family. he was you know, just trying to make it, trying to live. >> carmen chadwick says her son had ambitious goals. >> he was doing construction work, and he was trying to start a clothing line. >> she says she's reeling from monday, december 21st, 2015. >> from my understanding, he was taking his dog out for a walk. that's all i know. >> just before 7:30 p.m., police were called to the 300 block of harten street where they found the 22-year-old lying on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound to the head.
he was pronounced dead at the hospital. >> there's a $20,000 reward. basically, it's hope thag someone will say something, to talk. >> the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 for a reward to anyone that comes forward with information that leads to an arrest of the person responsible. all calls will remain anonymous. i'm rick williams, channel6 "action news." >> a man from toms river was killed during a snowboarding disint. for some reason he left the trail and collided with the tree. he was taken to the local hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later. donors showed off their hearts of gold tonight at the hearts of