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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 be indoors anyway, and it is not
snow. there will be slick spots when the rain is coming down, no icy conditions. a 15 in buffalo. 13 in pittsburgh. remember this same time yesterday the temperatures were in the upper 30s, we were falling a cold front came through, brought the gusty winds in, now the cold air is sitting over top of us, we're pretty much in the teens the whole way through. north and west, it's 12 in slatington and kutztown, 6 in lake harmony. quakertown, 12. warminster, 14. kirkwood 14. media, 13 degrees, vineland, 11. hammonton 12. gusty winds have subsided, there's still a bit of a breeze, but not nearly as gusty as yesterday. windchills are five to 6 degrees colder. clouds approach from the west, a dry day sunshine fading behind increasing clouds this
afternoon. that's the call from accuweather. shooting for a high of 34. with the breeze not as strong as yesterday, it will feel more like the 20s. that's today at weather. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll focus what's growing to happen tomorrow. there's another system we're watching for the middle of next week. that, too, looks like more rain. i'll have the details in about ten minutes. >> we'll take the rain. >> the final preparations being made at u.s. bank stadium in minneapolis, we're just a little more than one day away from super bowl 52. the eagles take on the patriots and hopefully bring home the first-ever vince lombardi trophy. it was not hard to spot the folks at the super bowl bound gate b9 last night. it sounded like a tailgate party. american airlines flight 1923 had an underdog on board. fans say this is just an incredible experience.
>> i didn't sleep last night i've been looking at my tickets for the last ten hours. the second that we won the championship game i was on the phone booking my flight getting hotel reservations. >> that's scrub daddy there, i interviewed him. >> reporter: airport officials say extra flights will be going to minute's police all weekend. there will be 22 extra flights coming back from minneapolis this weekend hopefully in time for the parade. >> pack a warm coat because it's 6 degrees on game day. those who arrived say they are braving the bitter cold to take in all the city has to offer. minneapolis lit up in purple a nod to the hometown team. eagles green everywhere else. >> reporter: eagles players today will get inspiration from a former player who has been in the big game before, a guy who has experience at beating the
patriots, brett farve. >> coach doug pederson was a back up quarterback on the packer teams. jamie apody and ducis rogers are in minneapolis. thought this day would get here this week or ever. now we're on the cusp of history. >> >> reporter: the team held their final practice and doug pederson told them to stay loose and enjoy the moment. they need doing just that. the eagles have made it a point to keep things light this week from dancing, to donning wrestling masks. this team isocused 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 the patriots we might as well pack up and go home.
>> reporter: the birds are not intimated or inwe model they woe to become some day, a dynasty. >> brady has gone 16 careers in the super bowl. you have to be the best to beat the best. >> reporter: even with his five super bowl rings, tom brady know this is team will be tough to face on sunday. >> everybody has to play well. this is not a game where we can have one group that's not really playing as swell as they are capable. >> reporter: later on today, the birds hold a walk through at u.s. bang stadium. they want to take it in, next stop super bowl sunday. >> doug pederson told the players cease the moment you never know when it might come again. she is jamie apody i'm ducis rogers channel 6 "action news." >> city of philadelphia preparing for a celebration should the eagles win tomorrow
night. >> you know what that means, parking restrictions go into effect beginning this afternoon. there will be no parking around city south of broad street arch to pine street in center city and dickenson to oregon in south philadelphia. no parking in the median, either. restrictions are enforced until 3:00 a.m. monday. "action news" was in minneapolis all week, sarah bloomquist will have live reports in minnesota coming your way at 9:00. kickoff your game day coverage at 6:00 a.m. and tomorrow afternoon at noon. our live pregame coverage begins at 5:00 p.m. join us after the game tomorrow for reaction for philadelphia and minnesota. we'll wrap up the historic night on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and sports sunday. it's going to be a long, good day for all of us. winning celebrations have
started for an eagles fan we'lly happy. >> we have details what you need to know if you're planning to take part in the broad street run this year. >> reporter: gray, it was cold yesterday, it's going to be cold today, the good news it turns milder tomorrow which meanest we'll see rain and not snow. i'll time it out for you on future tracker 6 when we come right back.
investigating a late-night shooting at a bar if west philadelphia. it happened at the west side tavern at 60th and market after 10:00 p.m. heavy police presence could be seen inside. no word on the condition of victim or what led to the gunfire. 7:09 a.m. firefighters are trying to determine what caused a fire that spread to two homes before it was eventually contained. chopper 6 hd above the scene in west philadelphia last night.
the fire started on the 2000 block of south simpson street at 10:30. it spread to two homes before firefighters got the upper hand on this. no injuries were reported. chopper 6 hd above a fire in norristown montgomery county. it took two hours to get the fire under control on the 500 block of george street. no injuries in this fire, either. investigators are trying to find out what caused it. broad street run is scheduled for may 6. it's so popular you need to enter a lottery to get in. 40,000 runners selected for the race will be posted on february 20. >> let's get you caught up on the forecast with the man himself, meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: you know how much i love the snow, it's probably better we get the rain tomorrow and not the snow. it's easier to get around. let's go over to the weather
center, super bowl lii, new england patriots taking on the philadelphia eagles. it's damp and gloomy with temperatures in the 40s. it will be milder than what we saw yesterday and what we'll experience today, but again, the rain will roll in shortly after lunchtime. it looks soggy, the whole day through. periods of rain, temperatures around 43. during the course of the day, rain heavy at times, temperatures holding steady at 42, 43. game coming to an end 10:30, 11:00 p.m. the rain pulls out. it will be damp out there, temperatures are crashing we're showing 40, the numbers tailing off, windchills in the 20s. 34 degrees is today's predicted high. the normal is 41. tomorrow we bump the temperature up to 42. 18 is where we started out this morning. 26 degrees is the normal low. now we're up to 19.
allentown, 14. 6 in the poconos. 16 in dover, ten in millville. look what happens when you factor in the breeze. feels like 7 in philadelphia. 4 in allentown. 11 below in the poconos. 6 is the number for lancaster and reading and ten degrees in millville. the wider view on satellite and radar, if you're looking out at the west it's hard to find where the next system is coming from. we have a split flow in the jet. this is the northern branch of the jet stream, this is the southern branch the storm track. both will come together and bring rain to the eastern half of the united states as the travels east through the ohio and tennessee valleys this afternoon. for today it's quiet, sort of like the calm before the storm. 34 degrees in philadelphia for the high. increasing clouds in the afternoon. millville, 35. allentown, 31. a pair of 3s for trenton. overnight tonight, it's cold once again, but not as cold as what we're seeing right now. 27 degrees in philadelphia. 23 in millville.
reading, 25. and allentown, 24 underneath a cloudy sky. we fast forward into tomorrow. we stop the clock at 9:00. note the temperature is above freezing at that point for most areas i-95 corridor south and east. it's cloudy an all the precip is well to the west. some of that will overspread the region shortly after lunch time. 1:00 p.m., raining in the far western counties. briefly starting as snow in the western portions of berks and lehigh county and the poconos. warmer air is flooding the region and even there you're changing over to rain. 5:00 p.m., a steady rain for everybody. 10:30 p.m. the rain is off the coast, temperatures falling from 40 degrees, windchills drop into the 20s. what to expect in the poconos for tomorrow. snow developing during the afternoon, a good two to four inches of snow before it changes over to a wintry mix. lehigh valley and the far western suburbs, a coating maybe
a little more before it turns over to rain. metro area it's a cold rain start to finish. minneapolis, 20 degrees snow today. sunday, 6 degrees. game time temperature 3 and falling. monday, sunny skies and icy cold with a high of 16. back home the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 4 today. rainy tomorrow. high of 44. we drop it back down monday, 35. tuesday, it turns milder, high of 43. the next system arrives midweek that's rain not snow, high of 50. it turns colder thursday and friday. >> all right, chris, thank you. for 40 years, the philadelphia corporation for aging operates a special program that benefits homeowners and supports adults who can't live independently. tamala edwards has more in the art of aging. >> our mission is to provide
supportive housing for adults with disabilities who can't live independently. >> reporter: the program matched dexter who was homeless to live with ginny lee. >> dexter is a character. >> i fell in love with dexter he has a nice smile and good heart. >> i feel like i'm living on my own. i've never been so happy in my life. >> reporter: the program fights lonely in his and so much more. >> they not only get a room in the home, they get somebody who knows that their needs are met and get to the doctor. >> i've got a lot of i have to do today. >> reporter: there are 150 homes providing care right now. the real. >> people blossom in this
program. they appear much healthier, happier, it feels so good to have somebody care for me. >> the rewards go to both parties. >> it warms your heart to know this person will not be out on the street. they are not cold. they will have a decent meal. as their pastor this is part of my chen principles we are not alone and responsible for one another. >> reporter: if you're interested in the program you can find the details at 6abc.com/art of aging. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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magee rehab in center city. they were dressed up in doggy ears and noses. they hope the eagles underdog status and success gets them to this point. it inspires patients to work hard toward their own goals. >> here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware valley this weekend. as you plan your super bowl party you can help those in need. the 5th annual super bowl of caring takes place this weekend. volunteers will sort them and collect them and take them to food banks in delaware county. you can get into the spirit at the eagles pride parade in media, delaware county that kicks off at 2:00 p.m. state and monroe street. there will be the overbrook string band. >> we're your eagles green and
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poconos the temperatures are in the 20s, windchills in the single digits and teens. sunshine fading behind increasing clouds thanks to this approaching low which will drop one to three inches of snow on minneapolis this afternoon. if you're flying out there, there could delays that will extend south into chicago. the system increases clouds today. sunday, the rain starts overspreading the area with snow in the poconos. we were talking about earlier in the broadcast. over the next week to ten days, we have a series of storms that will cut west into the great lakes. the first one arrives tomorrow. this is all mild air with a track like this this is all rain. as we head into next week, wednesday, the storm develops down here, this, too, will cut west into the great lakes. that means more mild air. what we're seeing the overall weather pattern for the next week to ten days, we'll get cold days thrown in here and there, but as the storms start traffickerring across the -- traveling across the country it
will be rain not snow. >> it's all about the super bowl, of course, one day before the big game. >> yes even the 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 jeffrey scoffed at the question saying it's not if, when we win we're bringing the trophy back to philadelphia for the first time. the eagles held their final practice super bowl week it's the final practice of the season, 80 minute practice at the university of minnesota. we have good news to report, every single member of the eagles did participate including timmy jernigan missed a practice with the illness. >> reporter: it was one last practice at the university of
minnesota. doug pederson talked to the guys this loose and embrace the moment. guys on instagram posted videos in the locker room. eagles are attempting to become the fourth team in envelope history to win the super bowl after having a losing season the previous year. the patriots were the ones to do that back in 2001. the birds happy to be in this position. >> we'll be the only gameet a e world that this team is capable of doing it. >> we don't know what we don't know. we're looking tboard to the opportunity, it's going to be a great game. >> tonight is the key, these guys need rest. they have a big game tomorrow. >> reporter: a good night of sleep on the eve of the super bowl. for jamie apody i'm ducis
rogers. >> reporter: former super bowl champ brett farve will speak to the team later this evening. sao the super bowl to root for the eagles. game sounded like an eagles pep rally. in the 4th.e know simmons inmo they hang on to beat the heat, 103-97. their three game losing streak is over. impede is expected to -- embiid is expected to play in back back-to-back games for the first time. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. >> a man in manayunk is give singing the song and giving a twist to the eagles song ♪
yes, they sound good, they have their own take on steve miller band fly like an eagles eagle. they say the song two hours to record. you can see more at 6abc.com. it was a sea of underdogs at the acme supermarket in clifton heights, delaware county. eagles fans were gathered for a ticket rally in hopes of a chance to go to the big game. the finalists were chosen at qo. there was one lucky winner dylan and his fiance are on their way to super bowl. >> we'll have more on "action news" saturday morning coming up
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leaving on one of the last planes out of philadelphia international. destination the super bowl. >> ahead hitech security is in place for the big game. we'll have a look at some of the technology used to keep everyone safe. >> clouds are moving in as we track rain and possible snow for parts of the area for our super bowl sunday for the tri state region. let's go more with meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: good morning, nydia. the snow will be confined to the poconos and the northern portions of the lehigh valley. this is mostly a rain event. most of us seeing a cold driving rain, half inch to 3/4 of an inch. 47 monday, that's not too bad. tuesday, 32. followed by 33 on wednesday. thursday, 47. yesterday the afternoon high was only 29 with windchills in the low 20s most of the time. this morning it's still cold, temperatures are down into the
teens but we've lost that gusty breeze. we're no longer seeing the winds gusting 30, 35 miles per hour. now general wind speeds are out of the west/southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. millville ten, poconos 6 degrees. satellite and radar clear skies up and down the mid atlantic. clouds on the increase back to the west. this is in advance of the next area of low pressure which will drop one to three inches of snow on minneapolis today. they could see one to three inches of snow in chi town, as well. clouds color and thicken giving way to wet weather sunday. forecast for today, it's a 50/50 weekend, today being the better of the two weekend days. 34 degrees the forecasted high. sunshine to start, increasing clouds during the day. 2:00 p.m., 31, 4:00 p.m., 34. guys? >> thank you. it is the final countdown
to super bowl lii, a little more than 24 hours to go before kickoff before the eagles and patriots. >> if you thought birds fever was sky high following the championship game it's in overdrive. impromptu pep rally breaking out before a flight at philadelphia international airport. these fans excited to be boarding a plane to minneapolis. look at the underdog masks. trish hartman joined them as the excitement continued on the flight itself. >> 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. if you're going to the super bowl, whatever you can get. >> reporter: at gate b9 the atmosphere resembled more of a tailgate. american airlines is the official airline of the philadelphia eagles. officials say they have flown
2200 passengers from philadelphia to minneapolis this week. >> our two children are flying in from boston and l.a. and meeting us there. >> reporter: your son is a patriots fan and going to you. >> no he left enemy territory he only lives in boston. surpris wife with this trip. >> i had to call her boss and said she is going to be out until tuesday. >> we were arguing, he said you can't be mad at me because i'm taking y bowl. >> two weeks before he got injured we bought them and then he got injured, we're praying. party continued in true underdog fashion. these fans are one step closer to an eagles victory.
>> this is a way to make history, i've been waiting for 27 years. >> reporter: 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 from minneapolis to philadelphia to get the fans home. trish hartman channel 6 "actione parade, right? tickets to the game are the most expensive of any super bowl in the past due to strong buying in our area. stub hub said the biggest chunk of ticks are being sold to people in pennsylvania, making 13% of sales. folks in new jersey, 7%. the going rate $5,300.
the cheapest ticket to get inside $3,100. can imagine keeping everybody safe from the fans to the players is a tough job. sharrie williams takes a look at what's being used to insure safety at super bowl lii. >> this is basically a large x-ray device on wheels. >> reporter: this large contraption is used to inspect vehicles and containers. it's parts of an elaborate screening system set up on the minneapolis fair grounds. everything that goes inside the stadium must go through here first. customs and border protection officer explains how the hitech piece of equipment works. >> the driver will make a pass along the vehicles that go through here, they will show the images of what's inside the vehicle so make sure there is
nothing dangerous. >> reporter: after that the vehicle is escorted by a mum -- humvee to the stadium. doug harrison heads up the security operation here and said his officer are working around the clock. >> they are here, they won't be on the couch watching the game on sunday, they will be here insuring that everything that goes into the stadium or is into the secure area is safe. >> reporter: sharrie williams channel 6 "action news." >> and we invite you to kickoff your game day coverage right here at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow and on "action news" at noon. our live pregame coverage from minneapolis begins at 5:00 p.m. join us after the big game for reaction from philadelphia to minnesota at that, we'll wrap up the night on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and sports sunday. other news this saturday, the man accused of killing university of pennsylvania student blaze burnstein has been
arained on murder charges. he pleaded not guilty to stabbing his high school classmate to death. bail was set at $5 million. an angry daughter lost control in the courtroom during the on going sentencing of larry nassar, formerrer sports doctor. he lunged at nassar and had to be restrained by three deputies. his three daughters were among 30 who gave statements against nassar who worked an elite gymnastic club. >> the survivors and the victims are the most important now, and my daughters are part of that, so i appreciate that and thank all the victims and survivors for what they have
done. >> the judge has decided he will not be punished for his actions. he thanked judge for her lenientscy. >> lenientscy -- leniency, now to the controversial memo alleging fbi surveillance abuse. president trump allowed the release of the memo against the advice of the fbi. >> 0 it's hoping to call into question the the investigation into the campaign ties to russia. >> reporter: the official word from the white house is that president trump is not considering firing rod rosen stein, but 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 a controversial written memo from the house intelligence committee for firing rosen stein
for robert mueller it would park an constitutional crisis. >> it's really a completelily reckless abuse of the -- completely reckless abuse of the classification process. >> i think it's terrible. if you want to know the truth it's a disgrace. >> reporter: the memo argues that the fbi and department. justice use information from the christopher steele's unsubstantiated dossier without disclosing the funding behind the dossier. >> they used opposition research paid for by the democratic party and the hillary clinton campaign that's what this is about. it's wrong. abc news washington. >> wall street has suffered it's biggest one day loss since
president trump took to the oval office, the dow plummeting 666 points yesterday. investors got spooked that more money for workers could spark inflation. it was a 2 1/2 point drop. 20,000 jobs were added last month. unemployment remained 4.1%. the good news for workers, wages rose at the fastest pace in 8 years. >> still ahead on "action news" saturday morning. more and more people are falling i will to the flu virus. we have the latest figures from government officials on how many children have been killed by the virus. >> plus a local singer and song writer who played an eagles fan on a classic hear the lyrics that encourages the birds ton to a super bowl win. this is live look at
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♪ it goes like this as foles steps in for carson wentz and gets the win ♪ ♪ the eagles head to the super bowl, halleluiah ♪ >> i love that voice, you're look leadershipsenning to -- listening to jamie sten of doylestown. >> show your face next time so we can see who you are. >> reporter: you know what would go great after a super bowl victory? >> what. >> reporter: a snowstorm. [laughter]. let's go live on sky6 live hd, looking at the ben franklin bridge, not much to talk about this morning, other than the cold, that cold air has settled in. the winds beginning to ease just a bit. windchills not as harsh as yesterday. but temperatures are cold enough. 19 in philadelphia with a
dewpoint of 7. winds out of the southwest at 10 miles per hour. you combine the two here, it is temperature even winds speeds get a feels-like temperatures of 7 degrees. the winds have slackened out of the southwest 5 to 15 miles per hour. yesterday they were in the 30 to 35 miles per hour. teens north and west and south and east, 21 in fortescue, 18 in cinnaminson, 14 degrees in claymont. temperatures are cold everywhere east the continental divide. 32 in witch -- wichita. tomorrow, the coldest super bowl ever played. expecting a kickoff temperature of 3 degrees. the old temperature, 14 degrees super bowl xvi, 1982 at the pontiac silver dome. 3 degrees, kickoff temperature, windchills well below zero. it's no a dome where the air
temperatures range from 68 to 72. we have a couple of areas of disturbed weather one across the high plains and one out of the gulf of mexico, the two getting together and bring us wet weather tomorrow afternoon. snow flying to the north. you can see the rain/snow line lifting to the north, as the snow gets closer. the points is there is no arctic high they're that can lock that in. the milder air pulls north an whatever snow we see first thing tomorrow afternoon that flips over to rain. i would say 95% of the event is rain foam. tomorrow. tomorrow, rain, snow north and west. 36 by 1:00 p.m. lancaster and raining. the rain is off to the west of philadelphia probably getting in
the city by 2:00 p.m. lehigh valley starting out as snow going over to rain. poconos one location in our viewing area that will stay snow from start to finish. even there you may flip over to sleet or freezing rain for a brief time. 5:00 p.m., snowing or wintry mix up there. everybody else a cold rain. 10:30 p.m. to midnight. everything is clearing west to east, starting to see stars, but the temperatures crashing through the 30s windchills in in the 20s. we'll have a coating to an inch in the lehigh valley that will wash away, 2 to 4 for the poconos. sun and clouds, cold, 34 degrees is the forecasted high. windchills in the 20s. light breeze out of the southwest 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight, 24 degrees outlying suburbs, 28 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 34 degrees today we bump it up to 44
tomorrow with the cold and rain that's a late-day high. most of the time tomorrow we're stuck between 36 and 40. we don't reach the 44 until 7:00 p.m. or 8:00 p.m. monday's colder, 35. the next system moves in on wednesday, that, too is rain, it's mild high of 50. not bad. >> week deal with the rain. keep the snow away. >> thank you chris. a special valentine's "fyi philly" is coming up on 6abc. >> we don't have that story, but we'll see you after the break.
activity. cdc say the worst has yet to come, because the flu season has not peaked. 7:50 a.m., as the eagles prepare for the super bowl tomorrow, new study shines the light on the long term health effect of the players. the study found nfl players have a 38% higher risk of dieing at a crowning age compared to a group of replacement players who stood in during a league strike in the 1980s. the controversial difference was not significant. researchers found professional players were more likely to die from neurological disorders and drug overdoses. local doctors warn high stakes games like the super bowl can be dangerous for cardiac patients. it's not because eagles lost the game, but there was a spike for people admitted to the hospital for heart failure. the excitement causes a rise in
adrenaline production which makes the heart work harder. >> excitement has consequences, it's like a stress test, be careful. realize it's a game and try to enjoy it. >> doctors suggest you you go for a walk before the game or at half-time and limit your intake of greasy food. if you experience signs of a heart attack during the game or at any time call 911 immediately and seek medical attention. there's a reason why we call these heart stopping moments. >> 752. meteorologist chris sowers takes a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> stay with us we'll be right back. for 100 years, heritage and innovation have made gillette the #1 shave in america. now get gillette quality at lower prices -- every day.
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montgomery county got ready for the super bowl with this pep rally. they gathered in the gym where they sang and cheered on the birds to super bowl victory. we've been enjoying all your pictures and videos celebrating the eagles. we loved them, keep sending them to us as we countdown to the super bowl tomorrow night. use #6abc action look for them on "action news." >> i like the green hair. >> as you walk to the super bowl party or driving, you need to have the food covered from the rain. >> reporter: and umbrella, if you don't walk, take a car. increasing cold, high 34. windchills in the 20s. tomorrow rain develops shortly after lurch time. 44 degrees is the high -- lunchtime. 44 degrees is the forecasted high. the rain will be heavy during the game.
the rain shut off right after the celebration, but temperature crash. >> we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here's paula ferris with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, gray and nydia. today we're talking about president trump declassifying the gop memo. was the fbi using biased information. our experts weigh in. you've probably seen the dramatic moments in the courtroom a father lungeing at former olympic dr. larry nassar after hearing the daughter's victim s daughter is filing a st against michigan university. we'll take you inside the major security operation that's underway, plus the star-studdedg off. i know you guys are excited for the big game. coming up on "g.m.a.," see you soon. >> we are, go eagles!
"action news" continues at 9:00 a.m., the local heartwarming moment when local bus driver finds out he is heading to super bowl thanks to his community. >> if you're having a super bowl party we have tips to celebrate without breaking the bank. for nydia han, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day. > good morn.
this morning, the memo released. president trump declarifying a top document suggesting it proves the investigation into his presidential campaign was fatally flawed from the start. >> i think it's a disgrace. >> and the potential fallout th a father's outrage. >> oh, my. >> the chaos in the courtroom. a dad lunges at former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar tackled to the ground and cuffed. >> let me have that [ bleep ]. >> the dad of three daughters who he says molested them, what he's saying about the outburst. >> i'm the guy that sold ammunition tst >> a man charged in connection with the las vegas massacre once identified as a person of interest in the case