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make a new tradition for atlantic city and the people that come here. >> atlantic city is getting a major makeover and expected to give the cash strapped town a much needed financial boost. wednesday night and the big story the unveiling of the brand new hard rock hotel and casino. the national franchise is taking over what used to be the trump taj mahal. one of the casinos to close its doors in the last few years in a.c. gray hall is here with more on what it means for the town and its economy. >> reporter: well rick and monica, this is really good news, not only exciting for the city and state leaders and people looking for work. because this means jobs. the skyline in atlantic city is about to change. the taj mahal sign will come down and the building will undergo a major face list and in its place they will welcome the hard rock hotel and casino in
the area for 20 years. >> we are committed to do one thing and one thing only. do it right. if we can't do it right we are not going to do it. wednesday morning the announcement was official. hard rock will renovate the property and give the local economy a shot in the arm. 1,000 construction jobs and 3 thousand permanent jobs are expected and hard rock already hired 23 employees. many are excited about the project. >> it's the world, getting revived. we are getting a second chance at what everybody said would be a failure. and getting a second chance. thank god. >> hard rock purchased the hard rock in march from billionaire carl icahn. he closed the casino after a devastating strike by workers and the new owners and state leaders are looking toward the
future. >> it will have a significant impact on the local economy not only from the jobs created and to have a brand like this saying atlantic city is worth coming into. the hard rock hotel and casino will have 124 slots and two separate arenas offering 10,000 seats and a completely new interior design. >> it's a powerful bran they do their homework. they wouldn't be here if it wasn't going to be successful. >> back out live we are told that the new hard rock casino and hotel is expected to open in the summer of 2018. and when complete it will have no resemblance of the taj it will be renovated right down to the bathrooms. >> gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> all right thank you. turning now to ac warren and the threat of severe thunderstorms in the forecast tonight. as we look outside sky 6 hd showing you the center city
skyline and today was picture perfect. a nice spring day and sunshine and a change will arrive early tomorrow morning. so get the umbrellas ready. cecily tynan has the deal tails at the big board. >> reporter: today is the calm before the storm. double scan live radar showing a powerful storm and the serp of it is moving into the midwest an head of it we have a significant outbreak of severe weather including a half dozen tornadoes and parts of georgia and south carolina this batch will be missing us and what the low pressure will do is move towards buffalo and we have a triple point low that develops over virginia and that brings us the heavy weather through the day tomorrow. >> so it's kind of a one-two punch, the first punch the potential for flooding. and thursday into friday afternoon for the potential for widespread 1 to 2 inches of rain. the water levels are already high and the grown is saturated from the past two rain storms
and the second part of that punch is the possibility of severe weather. the best chance is philadelphia and delmarva, and any storm could have damaging winds and hail and the possibility of an isolated tornado. the rain begins after midnight heaviest in the morning and mid-afternoon. early afternoon we have a chance of severe weather with the damaging wind gusts and perhaps an isolate the torn. we'll talk about this and the taste of winter behind the storm in the accuweather forecast. >> thank you. the investigation continues tonight into possible links between russia and president trump's 2016 campaign. the president told "the new york times" he believes that susan rice may have committed a crime. this as a major shakeup among president trump's current security team happens. megan hughes is following the developments outs of the white house, live in washington with more. >> reporter: hi monica. the former national security
adviser was facing republican demands that she testify on capitol hill. and now the president is accusing her of a felony. >> president trump as a news conference with jordan's king abdullah rallying against the obama administration. >> i inherited a mess. >> he took aim at susan rice ask if she committed a crime. do i think? yes i think. after accusing president obama last month of wiretapping trump tower and in both incidents the president offered no evidence. >> there was no such collection of information from trump tower. >> she did unmask the identity of americans picked up on surveillance and that is not illegal and that was only illegal if she leaked the fames to the press. >> i never leaked anything to
anybody. and never would. >> and the white house is throwing dust over the real investigation into russia. nancy pelosi for devon nunez to recuse himself. >> they cook up some intelligence and they rank the chairman of the committee a distinguished position she has tarnish tarnished. >> and steve bannon removed from the role on the security council committee. the replacement for michael flynn, h.r. mcmaster shares bannons vision. >> and a spokesperson for rice responded to the latest comments, saying quote, i am not going to dignify the president's ludicrous charge with a comment. megan hughes, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. >> back here police now say that
a teenager already accused of eight robberies is fow now facing a murder charge. macking stewart is the one charged. it is day to of eric frein's trial in pennsylvania. jurors heard firsthand accounts of the night he allegedly killed corporal byron dickson and this emotional testimony is just the beginning of the case. john rawlins has the story. >> reporter: those in court hearing from a string of prosecution witnesses, on the stand both civilians and troopers. outside of the barracks the first of four shots from a rifle left corporal byron dickson on
the ground. and william fells told of the chaos, he was alerted by dispatcher nicole palmer who testified about the ambush and seeing the officer suffer. and that troopers armed themselves with rifles and learned from douglas that a sniper may be in the woods across the street and testified that he and two other troopers moved a vehicle to near the front door as a shield and scrambled to get dickson inside and help. and looking into dickson's eyes there was nothing. >> farina arrives at the courthouse with a heavily armed escort.
joe kahn is getting serious support. he was endorsed by former governor, ed rendell. during his endorse many he says that the da's office is currently in crisis and the current da is facing current corruption and bribery charges. last month williams said he would not run for re-election. time right now for a check of the "action news" traffic report on a wednesday. lets go live to matt pellman in the traffic center on this hump day. >> hi guys. it feels like we cannot get anywhere quickly. northbound side is backed up from north of the walt whitman bridge to the work zone southbound side has speeds if the teens by the betsy ross bridge, just 17 miles per hour.
still watching the bad crash in prospect park delco, lincoln avenue near 13th after few, stay on south avenue as an alternate. and a bad one in landsdale at 9th a good spot to avoid. and still a bunch of speeds if the teens in that neck of the woods and better news in cherry hill by mercedes benz and the overturned vehicle crash has cleared. we'll check it again in the next half hour. still ahead on "action news" at 5:00 tonight. tough talk from president trump, after that horrific chemical attack in syria. coming up what the president says should be next for the syrian government after officials there attacked their own people. >> but first a scary sight two men trying to kick down his front door, how he managed to
daughter's softball game. did alerts him to the activity at the house and the man at the game was able to yell at the bad guys pretending he was at the house and local police have the video and trying to identify the two suspects who left. facebook is stepping up the fight against what is called revenge pornography. the social media giant will use photo matching photography to make sure that images reported cannot be up loaded again and will cover all facebook property including mention and instagram. a new study is giving evidence to the belief that vitamins cannot aid in preventing heart disease. low levels are at risk but the latest study followed 5,000 people over the age of 50 and some taking a high dose of
vitamin c. they found no benefits for those taking the supplements when it came to a healthier heart. the start of spring means sunshine and flair-ups for anyone suffering from allergies, and experts say it pays to be prepared especially if you know it will be warm outside. >> you want to make sure you have the medications and don't need to run out and be exposed you want to have them ahead of time. >> doctors say that tree pollen is the most common culprit this time of of year. anyone with allergies are advised to keep your windows closed and avoid trigger plants and tries. are you advised to discuss prescription options or allergy shots with your doctor. >> stocks quickly reversed course this afternoon. the federal reserve released the minutes of last night's meeting. the minutes showed the beginning of a plan to unwind the central
bank $4.5 billion balance sheet and the dow jones was up 20 points. and the dow lost 41 on the day. pay less shoe store is closing 40 locations nationwide and four in our area. the chain followed for capital 11 bankruptcy protection yesterday and the closures are part of that reorganization. if you need a job more than 80 employers will be on hand tomorrow in bucks county to fill openings. the spring career fair is at bucks county community college at the links pavilion. brush off your resume and put on your best look and good luck. >> still ahead on "action news" at 5:00, a big welcome home for
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this morning the main line chamber of commerce welcomed big brothers big sisters as their guest speaker and the military cadets were there to help serve breakfast and it's a sell bragts of lives as americans and serves as an acknowledge many of the privileges we enjoy every day. future scientists are showing off their prize money in montgomery county. prize winners came to the philadelphia expo sent toward compete for $2 million in scholarships and prizes, there are 15 categories for students grade sixth through 12 and this is the 29 and year for the competition. >> pass overtook on new meaning. students hosted students from
mary magdalene church. all an effort to increase tolerance and respect. philadelphia native, dawn staly will be getting a winner's welcome at her alma matter. she led the south carolina gamecocks womens team to their first ever ncaa championship. monday night. the school is throwing a celebration in her honor at 1:00 doors open at 12:15 and the event is open to the public. well, the philly phanatic helped to deliver smiled at dupont hospital for children. the phillies home opener is friday at citizens bank park and the phillies ball girls joined the party and 15-year-old fred
had a practice catch with the phanatic not bad he will throw out the ceremonial first pitch on friday. coming up a check of the accuweather forecast. looking live outside sky 6 hd showing you philadelphia international airport the clouds coming in and the soggy weather bringing us a lot of rain when we wake up tomorrow morning. meteorologist, cecily tynan, has the exclusive accuweather forecast when "action news" comes right back. ♪
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time for accuweather at the "action news" big board. >> you'll love today and not so much tomorrow. get out and enjoy the weather it's gorgeous out there and still bright and we went to the bright blue skies to the milky white skies this morning. high cirrus clouds moving in ahead of the storm system and they continue to thicken through the evening hours. temperature-wise knocking at 70 degrees, philadelphia 69 right now. reading 68 and allentown 67 and trenton and wilmington 66. you'll notice though the easterly wind the ocean temperature 56 degrees and beach haven only 48 as well. the system i'm tracking is large and powerful. the main low is across the ohio valley. and we have got two areas of
convection of severe weather across the deep south and midwest. what the low pressure will do is form another low to the south and that brings us some heavy rain and some potentially strong to severe thunderstorms kind of two areas of that during the day tomorrow. so tonight the clouds continue to thicken. rain should be holding off until after midnight and overnight lows dropping down into the 40s. and future tracker the latest showing a round of pretty heave thunderstorms before the sunrises at 5:00 in the morning and a good line of gusty thunderstorms rolling through and the morning commute, it will be wet and generally scattered light showers and the system reloads as we head into the afternoon. future tracker showing 2:00 in the afternoon the threat of severe weather moving in from the west with gusty thunderstorms could spin up an isolated tornado and into the evening commute. it all winds down some left over
showers. future tracker 6 showing a threat of of severe weather and a lot of rain, generally a solid 1 to 2 inches of rain and areas more than that. and a flood watch is posted for the potential of localized flooding. as far as severe weather the highest threat is for very heavy downpours. and a moderate threat of lightning and damaging winds and isolated tornadoes south of philadelphia a low risk of large hail. so definitely a stormy day tomorrow. the five-day at 5:00 tomorrow heavy rain and severe thunderstorms, 63 degrees and friday the low pressure stalls up to the north. that brings cold air and the high only 50 degrees and cloudy and damp with showers and dress for winter and rain if you head to the phillies home opener, 57 on saturday, sunday 66 and monday warm start to passover. 75 degrees and gets warmer on tuesday and adam will talk about
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monica malpass. >> hello again, here is what is happening on "action news" wednesday night. growing outrage from world leaders following the chemical weapons attack on syriansi civ l civilians apparently by their own government. and a tradition returns to philadelphia in its 20th year. and president trump is joining other world leaders condemning the chemical weapons attack saying it crossed a lot of lines. the security council had a money meeting to discuss a possible response. the death toll is over 100 people including women and children. stephanie ramos is outside with more for us. >> reporter: hey there moncashing the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley said here today that the security council needs to take action now to show the world not just syria
that chemical weaponed will not be tolerated. today during president trump's press conference with king abdullah of jordan the main discussion the chemical attack in syria. the heinous actions by the assad regime cannot be tolerateded. >> and nikki haley going further with the u.n. security council. >> a few weeks ago this council tried to hold assad accountable for suffocating his people to death with chemicals. >> they are still searching for survivor as rows of lifeless bodies lay in the provence, some in diapers and some physical scars of a chemical weapon as tack and dozens of people are dead including women and children and president trump says the attack crossed many lines but made no mention of
russia that is offering military aid and support to russia. >> how many more children have to die before russia cares? haley showing council members pictures of syrian children affected by the chemical. >> if russia was fulfilling their responsibility there would not even be chemical weapons left. >> they say the work is the attack of terrorist groups like sis, suggesting a syrian air strike hit a bomb making warehouse containing bomb making substances. >> the syrian u.n. representative rejected the accusation saying they used toxic chemicals against the syrian people. as for president trump he says the problem is his responsibility now but president trump says what actions if any the u.s. will take.
reporting live from the united nations. stephanie ramos, channel 6 "action news." >> senators for both party are worried about the blow up of supreme court nominee neil gorsuch. mitch mcconnell is poising to lower the rules to 50 to 61. and they are filibustering the nomination. they spoke for 15 hours last night and republicans are not giving up on judge gorsuch. >> we are not going to be deterred by placing this great judge on the courts unfortunately harry reid began the process in 2013 and we'll put him on the court on friday. >> top republicans have voiced concerns of using the nuclear option of rewriting senate rules will weaken long standing traditions. and a military jet came
close to crashing into homes near washington, d.c. the pilot on a training mission out of point base andrews, safely ejected from the f-16, and landed in a wooded area and missed hitting a neighborhood by 200 yards. pieces of debris were on fire when firefighters arrived on the scene and the investigation into what happened is still ongoing. >> millions of people in the southeast are in the cross hairs of several dangerous storm systems today. a tornado watch is issued from alabama to indiana through the evening. an ef 2 tornado is responsible for the damage in goodman. and they went door-to-door making sure everyone was okay. fortunately only one person was injured. and damaging wind gusts and large hail are also expected . meantime legislation to help improve weather forecasting is headed to president trump's
desk. the bill allows the national weather service to enhance forecasting and alerts and establishes programs to improve tornado warnings and severe weather watches. the bill would privatize forecasting as well and allows for the purchasing of data rather than relying on expensive government satellites. world news with david muir will have more on the storms and the fight over supreme court nominee neil gorsuch and the chemical attack in syria. watch it tonight at 6:30 following "action news" at 6:00. a man was shot in the lowingage section. this is north warnokay street and officers responded and found a man with a gunshot wound to the neck. the man was rushed to einstein medical center in critical condition. chopper 6 hd has investigators checking out a
reported stabbing it happened in the area of 15th and 2nd avenue. at least one person suffered injuries in a serious crash involving several cars and a dart bus this afternoon. this was the scene at delaware avenue and dupont street. the driver lost control and slammed into three other cars and at least one of those people had to be cut out of their car. the area is now closed as the investigation continues. an accident on the roosevelt boulevard led to massive backups in philadelphia's hunting park section this morning. chopper 6 hd was over the scene near fox street and the crash happened at 9:30 this morning, and not sure how many cars were involved but one flipped on to its roof. one of our region's most
beautiful cultural traditions kicked off in true spring fashion. ♪ ♪ >> gorgeous the thunder drums were heard throughout the japanese house and garden area today. in honor of the 20th annual soup rue cherry blossom festival. all wore traditional garb to celebrate. lets check traffic wednesday night one more time. >> nice day for national walking day today as well rick and monica, i think what is a great idea. the roads are a mess especially in new jersey, now another accident on route 70s eastbound side just beyond the eastbound side in pennsauken and eastbound is blocked because of the vehicle that ran off the roadway and the tow truck is there to pull it out and no traffic getting through on 70 eastbound
in pennsauken at the moment. if you can stay on 30 the white horse pike or the black horse pike and issues in delco north of mcdade boulevard and on the shoulder but looking at speeds like 7 miles per hour as you come northbound on 95. and have a crash not far away from us in bala cynwyd at monument and presidential. and watching a bad crash in landsdale along lab craft at 9th and one at saddle wood court and abnormalities on amtrak continue today in and out of penn station because of the derailment from monday. a half hour delay to and from new york city. back over to you. >> thank you. still to come on "action news" tonight. a group of students living without the use of sight or hearing are learning they can have fun just like everybody else. a growing partnership with a fun
approach. and president and mrs. obama and now the bidens are getting ready to talk about living outside of the white house. >> and the weather is heating up in the tennessee and ohio valley. we'll talk about the possibility of severe storms and flooding rain in the accuweather forecast. >> all right, and jaime apody has sports tonight including nfl draft news and phillies and flyers and masters. when "action news" continues tonight. i no longer live with
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an idea bosh out of necessity is changing lives out of a dozen hearing impaired students in philadelphia. jeanette reyes shows us tonight a different kind of carnival is bringing the kid out of students and volunteers. >> today at nazareth high school engaged in a class that is just as important as cracking open a math or science textbook. >> it seems simple but everybody loves it. >> the third annual tactile carnival. >> it's fun. they have lots of games and stuff. >> the young students are from
st. louucie academy for the dea and all are deaf or blind and they cater to their specific needs. >> they focus on vocation and education and focus on entertainment -- >> scott an engineer created the game, he suddenly lost his sight and hearing at 20 years old due to a hereditary illness and now uses tactile language to communicate. >> you send a blind person to a carnival how will they enjoy it. how will they see it? >> the activities take place in the middle of the day and children miss a class to participate but if you ask sisters rita and lisa, they assure you there say life lesson to be learned here in both cases. >> the showcase is family and community and everybody is welcome and it's an amazing
opportunity for our students. >> and they can rest assured these students are taking notes. >> the important part of our community and part of our community and the same as us. >> if you are inspired and would like to participate or donate to programs like this with kids like antoinette here. visit our website at 6abc.com for more information. reporting in the northeast channel 6 "action news." >> very nice. a class writing assignment turned into a real life celebrity meet and greet and the sixth grader his to write letters to business professio l professionals and one wrote to temple football coach and both men were so impressed they decided to come visit today. how about that the youngsters loved it. >> that is cool. i like that. so is the upcoming draft. >> especially driving by the art museum today. >> they are building a new
studio in front of the art museum. >> 20 days away since the biggest party on the parkway, the pope. and the birds eye view as the city prepares for the event for than a year in the maybing and ron jaworsky got in on the planning from the ground floor and is happy to see it come to life. >> it's a journaly, the draft in philadelphia has been a journey ain long one. and now we are less than a month away. and the excitement is incredible. and you know, personally i will have to wear two hats, my ambassador for philadelphia the co-chairman of the host committee and my espn working and talking about the players and where they fit with nfl teams. i am excited about it and excited for philadelphia. >> what direction does jaws see them going in the draft. >> mark your calendars, three weeks from today you'll want to
tune in to the sports specific. the draft preview party. we'll be joined by jaws live on the parkway april 26th at 7:30 p.m. here on channel 6. yes, even if they have to wheel me down to the parkway. >> they have to start now. >> that is not nice. >> the obligated day off after offing day and now the home opener on friday against the nationals and crews were busy painting the logos and hanging the bunting and friday is my birthday rick, hopefully they are painting something for me down there too. and sad news for the flyers. a member of the orange and black for nine seasons in the 1980s. he had 1999 goals in his career and scouting for the team since 2004 and he was just 58 years
old. last night steve mason had nothing to show for a great performance as they fell to the devils, 1-0 and they finished the season with fewer road wins than last season. the greatest weekend in golf with the masters festivities got off to a wet start and par 3 cancels because of the weather and someone to watch is jord jordan -- if it happens this year fantastic and i'll do all i can to see all the positives. and grind it out like we did in 2015 and if it doesn't happen this year i'll be ready the next year to do it. finally practice? you are talking about practice? alvin iverson is more famous for the ramp than anything he did in his career.
and poking fun at it at the atlanta braves for a new ballpark with ample parking. >> the best franchise in all of parking and we are in here talking about parking? what are we talking about? i know we are not talking about parking. >> it's an important issue for the fans. >> i know it's important. but we are worried about parking? not the game? but parking? >> ha, ha, ha. iverson lives in atlanta now. >> it's fun. >> brown should do a cameo and say yes we are talking about parking. former president, barack obama and his wife michelle are not the only ones signing book deals. former vice president joe biden and his wife jill both signed and mrs. biden will write one none fiction book and mr. biden
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heavy downpours and flooding and heavy winds. looking at stormtracker 6 live double scan. again today was incredible out there a lot of fine and temperatures well above normal with highs in the 60s to near 70 degrees, but just after midnight that is when we expect the first rain drops to fall. inland locations we are flirting near 70 in philadelphia, shy of that for reading and allentown. 66 in trenton and you have all the warm air rising in new england, replace that air in the atmosphere and rushes in from the ocean and temperatures in the upper 40s to 50s right now along the immediate jersey shore. satellite 6 along with action radar the high clouds pushing in from the south and west and lost that brilliant sunshine we had most of the day. and the storms down to the south most of this will fall apart and work off the carolina and virginia coast and not affect us. the weather coming in from the midwest for us.
the tennessee and ohio valley the boxes pop up tornado watches and thunderstorm watch boxes from cincinnati to nashville and all of this comes in in the wee hours of the morning and this lights up before the morning rush hour at 5:00 a.m. you could get jolted out of bed with a thunderstorm or heavy downpour passing through early in the morning and during the rush hour it's wet in spots but we won't see the heaviest of the rain in the rush hour and the first round lift as way and we catch a break with showers and then everything refires here late morning into the afternoon at 2:00. you see the hit or miss downpours and thunderstorms that will mean business that means we could see severe weather, that lifts to the north in the evening rush hour. and could be sunny breaks and a scattered left over downpour or thunderstorm late in the day. overhaul when you add everything up 1 to 2 inches of rain area wide and a flood watch in effect with an isolated 3 inches or
more and we get hit with thunderstorms. the third event in a week and grounds are saturated and with the additional round of heavy rain we have to watch the roads and creeks and even rivers. and a severe weather risk in philadelphia, lakehurst and better opportunity for these years to see wind and hail and even a slight tornado threat isolated in this area during the day tomorrow. we'll follow that in edition to the flooding rains. the forecast heavy rains and severe storms tomorrow and 63 and behind it it's windy and chilly and a lot of clouds and showers, for the phillies home opener, the first pitch 50 degrees and ninth inning 49 with gusty winds and definitely dress in layers with rain gear on top of it on friday. saturday and sunday looking good
for the weekend, saturday is a bit breezy and 57 and better on sunday and 56 with less wind and mid-70s and passover begins at sun down and maybe making a run at 80 on tuesday and stay ago above average on wednesday at 66 degrees and most of the seven day is positive not negative. >> we turned the corner. >> check out something really beautiful. the drone 6 is outside of the japanese garden now giving you a gorgeous look at the cherry blossom trees at fairmount park. their life span is short after the beauty peaks the blossoms start to fall so enjoy this.
more to stream to every screen. > >> "action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers. meteorologist, cecily tynan, and jim gardner. wednesday night. a man is charged with murdering his neighbor in the driveway and atlantic city's taj mahal is getting a hard rock revamp. but the big story is the arrest of a teenager that police call a one man crime wave. and ma king stewart will be charged with the murder on march 26th but police say that is only one stain on his personal crime
blotter. vernon odom is live at southwest detective headquarters in west philadelphia. >> reporter: good evening jim. to hear the police tell it, stewart was completely out of control terrorizing a section of west philadelphia with reckless and deadly abandon. police say that they have solved the march 26th murder of 17-year-old tiewhen chandler. and arrested making stewart. he was in the midst of a four day rampage of robberies focused on the market street corridor at north 52nd. it began when stewart robbed a man who was licensed to carry a handgun with a ladieser scope and tracing the gun was the key to nailing stewart. >> in every case he got the money, and he was excited about ha
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