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even on quick cycle, tide pods cleans great 6x the cleaning power, even in the quick cycle it's got to be tide >> a pleasant good morning to you, 6:00 a.m., saturday, nydia han joins us this morning. here's a look at the stories we're following for you. that eagles chant echos philadelphia international as lucky fans head to minneapolis. >> the birds last practice before the super bowl is now in the books. nick foles and the team have
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just one more day before they take on the patriots. >> the city is ready and eager for a big win. boathouse row one of the many landscapes lit up in celebration for the eagles exeevment -- achievement, let's go over to chris sowers with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: today it's a two-part story. today is cold, tomorrow, damp with a lot of the rain. 11 degrees in pittsburgh. 18 in philadelphia. and washington, d.c. 1 in syracuse, 17 city. temperatures were in the 30s at the same time yesterday. cold out there, winds out of the west/southwest at 5 to 10. putting the feels-like temperatures in the single digits in some locations. trenton, allentown, reading, lancaster and wilmington, 15. 5 in the poconos. 10 in millville. 16 degrees in atlantic city.
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waking up to clear skies, we'll see a decent amount of sunshine today with high, thin clouds rolling in later on. call from accuweather, sun and clouds and cold, blustery high of 34. windchills in the 20s, when icos we'll focus on tomorrow's rain, i'll time it out for you on future tracker 6. guys? >> thanks for the update. final preparations being made at u.s. bank stadium in minneapolis. we're more than one day away from super bowl lii. >> the eagles take on the patriots and hopefully, hopefully bring home the first-ever vince lombardi trophy. it was not hard to spot folks bound for the super bowl last night. fans boarding the plane made it known they were on the road to victory. american airplanes flight 1923 even had an underdog on board. fans say this is just an
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incredible experience. >> i didn't sleep last night i've been looking at my tickets for the last the second that we won the championship game i was on the phone booking my flight getting hotel reservations. >> rin that -- i know that guy. airport officials say there will be 22 extra flights coming back to philadelphia after the game. >> eagles fans are definitely bringing their spirit to minneapolis, hopefully they will be packing a warm coat, as well. it will be 6 degrees on game day. that's cold. those who arrived say they are braving the bitter cold to take if all the city has to offer. minneapolis lit up in purple a nod to the hometown team the vikings, but eagles green is everywhere else. >> eagles players will get inspiration from a former player whose been in the big game before, he has experience in beating the patriots, brett
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farve. >> doug pederson was a back up quarterback on the packers team ducis rogers and apody is in the minneapolis filed this report. >> reporter: it's the eve before the super bowl game. we're on the cusp of history. >> the team held the final practice and doug peterson said stay loose and enjoy the moment. the eagles have made it a point to keep things light this week from dancing. to donning a wrestling masks. this team is focused on fun. bring up tom brady and the patriots, that mood changes quickly. >> they are not here by mistake. we're not here by mistake. if we make this about the patriots we might as well pack up and go home. >> reporter: the birds are not intimated and they are not in
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awe, instead they would like to see what they would like to become some day a dynasty. >> brady has gone 16 years playing in the super bowl. you can't comprehend the numbers, in order to be the best you have to beat the best. >> reporter: even with his five super bowl rings tom brady knows this team is hard to face on sunday. >> we have to have the mentality we have to work for it. everybody has to play well. this is not a game where we can have one group that's not really playing as well as they are capable. >> reporter: later on today, the birds hold a walk through at u.s. bank stadium because they want to take it next stop, super bowl sunday. >> doug pederson told the players, cease this moment you never know when it might come again. jamie apody ducis rogers at the super bowl channel 6 "action news." >> philadelphia is preparing for big celebration should the
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eagles win tomorrow. parking restrictions go into effect parking on broad to arch streets and dickenson to oregon avenue in south philadelphia. median, either. restrictions enforced until 3:00 p.m. monday. we invite you to kick off your game-day coverage tonight and tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. our pregame coverage tomorrow begins at 5:00 p.m. join us for reaction from philadelphia and minnesota and we'll wrap up the historic night on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and, of course, sports sunday. >> 6:06 a.m. saturday morning. it is officially tax time. we'll tell you why you'll want to think about filing early.
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police are looking for suspects after a man is shot inside a west philadelphia bar overnight. plus check out the incredible talent we found in minneapolis as we cheer on the eagles to victory in the super bowl. >> reporter: it's blustery and cold once again this morning. temperatures in the teens. windchills in the single digits. the good news, the cold air moves out. the bad news, the rain moves in. i'll have the timing on future tracker 6 when we come right back. >> new this morning, police are
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investigating a late-night shooting at a bar in west philadelphia. it happened at the west side tavern at 6 on the and market street at 10 -- 60th and market street at 10:00 p.m. no word on the condition of the victim or what led to the gunfire. firefighters are working to determine what caused a fire that spread to two homes before it was contained. chopper 6 hd above the fire in south simpson street around 10:30 p.m. it spread to two homes before firefighters got it under control. no injuries were reported. chopper 6 hd above a two-alarm fire in norristown, montgomery county. it took two hours to bring the fire under control on the 500 block of nobody was hurt, investigators are trying to figure out how it started. >> 6:10 a.m., registration is open for a chance to race in the
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2018 broad street run. the ten mile race is scheduled for may 6th. runners need to enter a lottery to get in. through february 16. the list of 40,000 runners the e will be posted on february 20th. >> football weekend, it's cold. >> reporter: that's right, you'll need your coat today and umbrella tomorrow. it's blustery and cold, most locations in the teens, windchills in the single digits. the winds have come down from where they were yesterday when they were peaking in the 30s. sun and clouds today, 34. clouds tomorrow, damp at times, high of 44 degrees. we are nowhere near that 34 right now. temperatures are sitting in the single digits and teens.
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actually the single digits well to the north. you go into the poconos, welcome back scranton area that's where they are in the single digits. anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees. millville 10. allen to you can 18. cape may -- allentown, 18. cape may, 20. that cold air spreads to the continental divide, wichita, plain states. minneapolis, 15 degrees, this is the coldest super bowl that we have ever seen in minneapolis. kickoff temperatures, 15 degrees, 90% of the super bowls are played in the deep south. if you're traveling out there, it's very, very cold. bundle up. the old record was 16 degrees. that was in detroit. inside the dome, nice and toasty, temperatures ranging 68 to 72. snow is flying across the high plains. if you're traveling to minneapolis, there's one to three inches of snow this
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afternoon as the system starts to get going, it pushes east and bring rain to our neck of the woods tomorrow. temperatures today, mid 30s, sunshine fading behind increasing clouds. millville, 35. cape may, 34. overnight tonight, cloudy and dry. cold once again, temperatures in the 20s. reading, 25. allentown, 24. philadelphia, 27. millville, 23. and then we fast forward into tomorrow, cloudy skies right from the temperatures are milder starting out in the teens. 30s tomorrow. 31 in reading. 36 in philadelphia by 9:00 a.m. poconos 24. rain holds off until lunchtime, light rains falling across the far western counties. light snow for the northern lehigh valley county poconos. that changes over to rain. you can see the warmer air pulling to the north here. everybody north of the pennsylvania turnpike flipping over to rain eventually tomorrow afternoon. this is pregame 5:00 p.m. it's
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raining for everybody. it's a heavy rain. through the game it's raining of afterwards as you're making your way a home. 12:30 we're starting to dry, roads are wet, temperatures are above freezing at this point they will fall off rapidly once we get beyond midnight into ould slick spots first thing tuesday morning. kind of frozen ice from the rain that fell the day before. poconos 2 to 4 inches of snow tomorrow evening. the lehigh valley and the far north western suburbs maybe it snows briefly that flips over to rain. i-95 metro area and areas south and east, it's a cold soaking rain tomorrow afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, increasing clouds today high of 34, ten better for tomorrow. afternoon rain 35 degrees for monday. tuesday, cloudy and seasonable, high ofs mild again as we head into midweek. rain at times, 50. thursday, sun, chilly high of
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40. friday, mostly cloudy, high of 34. >> [drum lin gee eagles! let's go eagles! >> you can see gray dancing next to eagles drum line at the nfl experience in minneapolis yesterday. fans gathered to watch and everybody got into the spirit.
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♪ on the road to victory ♪ fly eagles fly ♪ for a touchdown ♪ one two three ♪ hit him low ♪ hit him high ♪ and watch our eagles fly ♪ fly fly >> that's awesome. the talented singers from
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back everyone, 6:23 a.m., saturday morning, forecast for today. decent start. philadelphia, 34. a bluster and cold high of 23 in the poconos. shore, 35. it stays dry, we're tracking a low pressure that will bring one to three inches of snow in the minneapolis today. that will slide through tomorrow. increasing clouds ahead of it. as we head into sunday, most of the moisture sits on top of us. for super bowl it will be raining heavy after 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. we're tracking cutter-type systems. areas of low pressure they develop out flue -- through here and develop in the coast and in order for them to travel in, the
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low has to drop to the south. as the low tracks to the north. the winds are out of the south this is mild, this is rain. as we head into next week. this storm develops out of the gulf this will cut west of philadelphia. this means winds are out of the south. wednesday's system is rain. if you're a snow lover, what you want to see is the low hit the coast like this, the winds are out of the north that locks the cold air in that brings us snow not rain. that doesn't look like the case over the next ten days. it next systems look like rain not snow. >> that's what we want to hear. it's all about super bowl of course one day before the big game. >> sixers game was filled with cheers for the eagles. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: so what's the celebration going to be like if the eagles win the super bowl? receiver alshawn jeffreys scoffs
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at the question saying there's no if, it's when we win. we're bringing the trophy back to philly. ducis rogers and jamie apody have more from minnesota. >> reporter: eagles held their final practice for super bowl week an 80 minute practice at the university of minnesota. we have good news to report. every single member did participate including defensive tackle timmy jernigan who missed practice because of illness. >> reporter: it was one last practice at the university of minnesota. doug pederson talked to the guys afterwards and said keep it loose and embrace the moment. guys were dancing in the locker room so they are having fun. they are attempting to become the 4th team in envelope history to win the super bowl after a losing season the last
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year. patriots were the the last ones to do that. eagles like that position. >> it gives us a chance to show the world that this team is capable. >> we're going out there having fun we don't know what we don't know. we're going to have fun looking forward to the opportunity. it's going to be a great game. >> reporter: tonight is the key, these guys need rest. you have a big game tomorrow. a good night of sleep on the eve of the super bowl. >> reporter: for jamie apody, i'm ducis rogers, back to you. >> brett farve will speak to the team later this morning. joel embiid said he is going to the super bowl to root for the eagles. game more like an eagles pep rally. sixers up as many as 28. sixers hang on barely to meet the heat 103-97.
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their three game losing streak is over. sixers face the pacers later today and embiid is expected to play in back-to-back games for the first time this season. that's sports, have a great day. >> eagles playing in super bowl lii anytime any place a good time for the eagles fight song. ♪ fly eagles fly ♪ on the road to victory ♪ fight, fight, fight. >> you all need singing lessons. crew endulged fans mid flight. >> you can't get enough of that. we'll have much more coming up on "action news" saturday morning. >> see you after the break.
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>> eagles fans take flight leaving on one of the last planes out of philadelphia international, destination, super bowl. >> hitech security in in place for the big game. we'll have a look at the technology used to keep everyone safe. >> plus, clouds move in as we track rain and possible snow for the super bowl sunday in the tri state region. let's get more with chris sowers. >> reporter: good morning, nydia, the snow will be confined
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to the poconos and the northern portion of the lehigh valleys. everybody else will see a cold rain as temperatures which are cold now climb into the 40s by tomorrow afternoon. 15 in reading. 18 in philadelphia. ten in millville. 15 in trenton. 5 in the poconos. just about everybody in the single digits when you start factoring in the winds. the winds are not as strong as yesterday. yesterday we had gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour. this morning we're seeing winds more like 5 to 15 miles per hour. the winds are not as strong, but the temperatures are colder. that's why the feels-like temperatures are so bad. philadelphia five, reading, 8. allentown, 3. look at the poconos, 12 below at this hour with the wind. satellite and radar showing cloud cover approaching from the west. this will continue to roll on east over the next several hours. sunshine to start, increasing clouds during the day. that's the call from accuweather, hour by hour, lots of sunshine through the late morning hours into the first part of the afternoon. we'll see high, thin clouds first and lower and thicken by
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evening. 10:00, 22. 1:00 p.m., 30. 4:00 p.m., 34 degrees, that's the high for the day. 7:00 p.m., 31. 1:20 p.m., cloudy skies and 28 degrees. so, today is the better of the two weekend days, tomorrow we're tracking the rain. i'll be back along in just a few minutes and time it out for you on future tracker 6. guys? >> thank you. it's the final countdown to super bowl lii. a little more than 24 hours to go before the kickoff eagles versus patriots. you thought the birds fever was sky high following the nfc championship game it's in overdrive. pep rally at the philadelphia international airport. these fans excited as they boarded the plane to minneapolis, they will be there as minnesota takes the win to the patriots tomorrow night. trish hartman joined them as the excitement continued on the flight itself.
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>> reporter: for these eagles fans the road to victory goes through philadelphia international airport. >> welcome to the back of the plane. >> you take what you can get when you you're going to the super bowl whatever you can get. >> reporter: who cares you're on the plane. >> reporter: gate b9 the atmosphere was more like a tailgate. american airlines is the official airlines of the philadelphia eagles. they have flown 2200 passengers from philadelphia to minneapolis this week. >> our two children are flying from boston and l.a. to meet us there. >> reporter: patriots fans are going to the super bowl. >> no son left enemy territory. >> we were kind of arguing about something and then he goes you can't be mad at me, because i'm take taking you to the super bowl. >> reporter: we found more fans who made their super bowl
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arrangement before the eagles did even before a certain quarterback tore his acl. >> two weeks before he got injured he got injured. >> dave and i bought tickets in november after they beat the broncos. >> reporter: the party continued in two underdog fashion. the fans are closer to an eagles victory. >> we've been waiting for this for 27 years. >> ♪ on the road to victory e-a-g-l-e-s! >> reporter: airport officials say extra flights to minneapolis will be going out all weekend and on monday officials say 22 extra flights will be coming back to philadelphia from minneapolis to get all the fans home. reporting at philadelphia international airport. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> you have to get home for the parade, right?
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so, tickets to the game are the most expensive of any super bowl in the past decade according to stub hub. that's due in part to strong demand from our area. stub hub said the biggest chunk of tickets are being sold to people in pennsylvania made up 1% of sales. folks in new jersey, 7%. the going rate, $5,300. the cheapest ticket to get inside, $3,100. >> as you can imagine keeping everyone safe from the players to the fans it's a difficult job, that's where the latest in technology comes into play. sharrie williams takes a look at what's being used to insure safety at super bowl lii. >> this is a large x-ray device on wheels. >> reporter: this large contraption is used to inspect vehicles and containers. it's part of an elaborate
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screening system set up on the minneapolis fair grounds. everything that goes inside the stadium must go through here first. customs and border protection officers explain how the piece of equipment works. >> the driver makes a pass through the vehicles that are parked it reviews the images inside the vehicle to make sure there's no inconsistencies or anything dangers. >> reporter: "action news" has shown you all week how federal agents are keeping minneapolis safe from the skies and now from the ground. doug harrison heads up the saturday operation here and says his officers are working around the clock. >> they are here not on the couch watching the game on sunday. they will be here insuring that everything that goes into the stadium on the secure area is of a. >> reporter: sharrie williams channel 6 "action news." >> and we invite you to kickoff
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your game day coverage at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow and "action news" at noon. our live pregame coverage from minneapolis begins at 5:00 p.m. joins us after the game for reaction from philadelphia and minnesota. we'll wrap up the historic night on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and sports. 6:36 a.m. saturday. in other news, the man accused of killing university pennsylvania student blaze burnstein has been arraigned on murder charges. samuel warner pleaded not guilty to stabbing his classmate to death. bail was set at $5 million. an angry father lost control in the courtroom during the on going sentencing of former sports dr. larry nassar. >> he lunged at nassar and had
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to be restrained by three deputies. his daughters were three of 30 who gave statements against nassar. >> the survivors and the victims are the most important now, my daughters are a part of that, i appreciate all the victims and survivors for what they have done. >> the judge has decided the father will not be punished for his actions. he thanked the judge for her leniency. president trump has allowed the controversial memo to be released against the advice of the fbi. >> there are questions whether the president and his supporters hoped its release might call into question the origins into the federal investigation into the campaign ties to russia.
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lana zack has the details. >> reporter: the official word from the white house is that president trump is not considering firing rod rosen stein. when asked by reporters, president trump would not say the same. >> you figure that one out. >> reporter: democrats are warning if the president were to use the memo as justification for firing rosen stein or robert muller it could spark a constitution at crisis. adam schiff said it cherry picks information. >> it's a reckless abuse of the classification process. >> reporter: fbi director said the memo contains incontract information. inaccurate ininformation. >> it's at her -- terrible.
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>> rep information from christopher steele without disclosing the political funked. >> they got a warrant on the trump campaign using opposition research paid for by the democratic party and the hillary clinton campaign that's what this is about, it's wrong. >> reporter: lana zack abc news washington. 6:40 a.m., wall street has since president trump tookay office. the dow plunged 666 points. money for workers inflation. it was a 2.5% drop. meanwhile, the january jobs report was better than expected. 20,000 jobs added last month. unemployment remained 4.1%. wages rose at the fastest pace in 8 years. still ahead on "action.
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forget something blue, this bridal party has something green to start off their lives in wedded bliss. one big oops, a motorcyclef his life when he lands inside a sinkhole. not fun. sky6 live hd giving you a live look over the commodore barry bridge as the sun is rising. what to expect for super bowl sunday. chris will let you know.
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by a sing hole when the road gave way in augusta, georgia. he had no time to react. the biker was disoriented after the crash, but otherwise expected to be okay. >> wow. >> wow indeed! >> reporter: fortunately, everything here looks okay today, tomorrow we're tracking wether. but most of us are inside anyway watching the tv for the super bowl. let's go live on sky6 live hd. let's get you outside here. spring mountain, it's quiet and cold with tempts in the teens. windchills in most locations north of the pennsylvania turnpike in the single digits now. good news tomorrow we jump in the 40s and all the precipitation falls in the form of rain and not snow. that will makes things easier traveling to your party destination tomorrow afternoon. 18 degrees in philadelphia, a dewpoint of 3.
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winds out of the west at 11 miles per hour. that gives us a current windchill of 5. temperatures are 15 to 25 degrees colder than yesterday. the high came around midnight which was 40. it fell all day. the afternoon high was 28 or 29. quite the opposite this morning. colder temperatures were in place climbing this afternoon. 18 in philadelphia. 15 in wilmington and trenton. ten in millville, five degrees in the poconos. satellite and radar no cloud cover across the mid atlantic. clouds across the west they will be increasing during the day, they will stay dry all the moisture which you're seeing on the modeling this will stay west today strolling in after lunchtime tomorrow. snow is flying to the north, and rain to the south. you saw how low the rain/snow line is you saw how far south it was, with no high pressure to lock the arctic air in, this low as it comes north, the cold air retreats north into canada we
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see milder air overthrow the coastal plain. what initially starts at snow will quickly flip over to rain. it's a cold soaking rain for everybody throughout the duration of the event. tomorrow morning, testers -- temperatures are by 9:00 a.m. above freezing. 36 in philadelphia. light snow in the lehigh valley and the poconos initially that changes to rain up there, as well. 5:00 p.m., the only place that's snowing is probably the poconos and points north and west. everybody else, it's a cold soaking rain. you see a lot of yellows that indicates a lot of moderate to heavy rain. by the time the game is coming to an end, rain shut off, colder air comes in, temperatures fall through the 30s and eventually into the 20s sunday night monday morning. super bowl planner pregame party, rain, 43. during the game, more rain 42.
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hopefully time to celebrate, cloudy skies rain stops, tempts are falling from 40 degrees, windchills more than likely are in the 20s. the snowfall totals look like this. rain for 95% of the viewing area. perhaps a coating to an inch allentown north. in the poconos it's 2 to 4. let's assume you get a coating to an inch in the lehigh valley. this washes away very, very quickly as it changes over to a cold rain here. the only location that has a problem with the snow more than likely will be the poconos. sun and clouds, cold, 34 degrees, cloud sciet overnight tonight, cloudy skies overnighter tonight. tomorrow, cloud skies rain, 44.
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monday, sunny and colder, 35 degrees. tuesday, cloudy seasonable, 43 degrees. wednesday, rain at times, 50 degrees. thursday, 40 degrees, friday, cloudy and 34. the way the pattern is set up, he can't lock the cold air in, we'll see rain and not snow. >> you may be surprised that i say this i saw the shot of spring mountain it look mete. >> a woman in western pennsylvania has been reunited with her long lost dog ten years after her pooch went missing. her black lab abbey ran away from her home in washington township 2008. she never found abbey after an extensive search. last weekend a couple in west moreland county found the black lab outside the home. they brought it to an animal shelter in turns out the dog was micro chipped it was abbey.
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>> never give up, that's my message. never give up, never think that people are out of your life because they can come back in dog form. >> people and pooches, right? you can see abbey is in good health and happy finally be home. new olay whips
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eagles. doylestown bucks county native pink has teamed up with unicef for his latest project. the singer has dropped a memorable music video for the ballad. her 6-year-old daughter willow makes an appearance in the video with her famous mom. >> 6:51 a.m., tom hanks is asking want to be my neighbor. the oscar winning actor who is widely considered to be the nicest guy in hollywood will portray mr. rogers. the film will depict the friendship between the iconic children's tv host and a journalist assigned to write about him. another biopic in the works, this features, jennifer hudson as the queen of soul.
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aretha franklin actually picked her. there are films hitting theaters, including dame helen mirren here's david daniels with a preview. >> reporter: this is winchester. >> reporter: winchester, builds a mansion to contain the ghosts who are haunt her. it should scare up 8 to $6 million. not enough to top jamanji. i tanya, tanya harding
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movie could make a move toward the box office top ten. in hollywood, i'm david daniels. ♪ ♪ ♪ can you say i love it? ♪ oh love it? ♪ can you say hey? ♪ hey! ♪ that's the spirit! oooooh.♪ ♪ ooh ooh ♪ wooo wooo ♪ sing sing, baby baby i love you. oh yes.♪ ♪ ooooh oooh. ♪ everything little thing.
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stayed with us, take a look at this. they say wedding photos will be extra memorable if the eagles bring home a win tomorrow night. after exchanging vows, stephen and colleen took pictures on broad street with city hall in the background. they popped the champagne with the bridal party wearing eagles jersey over their formal ware. >> we have been enjoying your pictures showing your eagles spirit. this is the youngest eagles fan.
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check out this adorable picture of the kids creative care center in warminster, bucks county. how can you not cheer on the eagles after this one. we enjoy seeing your pictures and photos use the #6abc action. shows you your eagles prayed and get ready for the big game tomorrow. >> if you want to give your room a retrolook without spending big bucks here's a dyi for you. >> reporter: rocking chairs can cost big bucks, but see how we retrofitted this chair. rocking chairs have rounded
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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday morning, nydia han joins us this morning, great to have you. >> nice to be here. >> here's a look at the stories we're following for you. ♪ that eagles chant echos through philadelphia international as lucky fans head to minneapolis. >> the birds last practice before the super bowl is now in the books. nick foles and team have just one more day before they take on the patriots. >> of course, the city is ready and eager for a big win. boathouse row is one of the many landscapes lit up in green in celebration of the eagles achievement this season. >> first let's get the accuweather forecast for the super bowl parties, chris. >> reporter: it's going to be rain and dreary, most of us will


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