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point breeze section of philadelphia him come outside and find a cab driver shot. shots are fired at a florida club leaving one person dead and seven injuries. students speak out about hazing at a chester county high school. those stories, and more, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. it's a cold start to the morning. >> reporter: it's very quiet, which is good news on the weekend. as we look outside, the center city skyline, it's cold and quiet, high, thin clouds are rolling in. the numbers are below freezing in a number of locations and we have slick spots out there. look out for patchy black ice and frozen slush across areas that saw the snow yesterday. cape may, atlantic, southeastern burlington and ocean counties. slick spots here and well to the north across the lehigh valley where they have snow on the ground from the blizzard that developed a few weeks ago.
temperatures above freezing, we'll get sunshine throughout the day. the temperatures get in the mid 40s. 32 degrees, sunshine and clouds. 11:00, 36 degrees and 1:00 p.m., 40 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 45. and high of 46. that all changes monday night into tuesday of next week. a storm system develops off the coast that could bring snow to the area. i'll talk about that in just a bit. a cab driver shot in philadelphia's point breeze section. this morning police are searching for the shooter. neighbors on the 2300 block of morris street heard a crash around 4:00 a.m. they came running outside and found the taxi stopped in the middle of the street after hitting a parked car. crews rushed him to penn
presbyterian where's listed in critical, but stable condition. police have no suspects. they think the shooter was a passenger in the cab stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for updates on this developing story. also developing this morning at 9:00 a.m., police in tampa, florida are working the scene of a fatal strip club shooting. 8 people were shot at the club. one victim died. so far no word about an arrest or motive. investigators are questioning witnesses right now. authorities are investigating allegations ever hazing at a chester county high school. dann cuellar spoke to students. he has the latest. we heard it was football hazing. >> reporter: word has been spreading fast around conostoga high school since detectives began snooping around asking question this week about alleged hazing in the football program. we heard seniors doing not so cool things to freshman.
>> reporter: contogether e -- conostoga high has a good football program but it has been clouded by hazing. sources say they are going back two years to learn how far back the alleged hazing goes. much of it is said to be your average hazing idiotcy, one incident may make people uncomfortable and one victim may have been injured. authorities say there's a ritual theme built hazing and already there are signs of a culture school officials may have to deal with. one student who knows the boys involved said they are good guys. the thing with the football they are boys in a locker room, stupid things are going to happen, but nothing to the degree that's going around. >> reporter: i'm dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." your time 9:03. a temple university security
guard is recovering this morning after someone crashed into his suv and took off. the accident happened after 9:00 p.m. near 13th and burkes street in north philadelphia. the guard was sitting in his suv near police headquarters when the vehicle was hit. the other driver left the scene, but found a few blocks away. the guard has back and neck injuries. happening in our newsroom in new jersey, police in camden county searching for leads after a shooting. chopper 6 hd was this scene around 7:30 on the 100 block of burnt mill road in voorhees. the victim was a man and was rushed to the hospital. no word on his condition. no word on a motive. a tragic scene in delaware county twra tree fell into a -- where where a tree fell into a home killing a 77-year-old woman. the couple were sleeping when
the tree toppled on the home in broomall. the couple may have been trapped for up to two hours before neighbors heard cries for help. cooper was found in her bed under a large amount of debris. she died at the scene. rescuers saved her husband who is recovering in the hospital. now to the latest on the fatal crane collapse in new york city. the focus is shifting to what caused the crane to fall on the street. the crane extended 565 feet and in the process of being secured during high winds when it crashed to the ground as you see there. 38-year-old a wall street worker was walking on the sidewalk at the time. he was hit and killed. three others were hurt. the accident calls into question the safety of cranes in philadelphia. jeff chirico has the latest. >> reporter: philadelphians were a little more cautious walking through center city last night after seeing the video of a
towering crane crashing down on the streets of manhattan. did you realize you just walked under one. no, i didn't. i look up a lot, but i never thought about a crane falling. >> reporter: cranes have become part of the center city skyline. there are three up building the comcast buildings others are attached to spouting towers across the city. it raises the question that we can and should be doing. karen of l&i said the collapse has the attention of her agency that regularly snns -- inspects cranes attached to buildings. they have no oversight over the mobile cranes, mayor kenny has expressed interest in
supervising mobile cranes, too. meanwhile, pedestrians say they will be more aware of potential dangers overhead. to be clear the truck or mobile trains are smpped -- inspected by osha a federal agency. local supervision would add another layer of protection. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." tonight the republican presidential candidates face off in new hampshire. you can see it live on 6abc at 8:00 p.m. donald trump is favored on the gop side in new hampshire, but marco rubio is making a late charge. rubio and trump were runners up in iowa behind ted cruz. kenneth moten will have a live report from new hampshire coming up in the next half-hour. pennsylvania senator bob casey junior is heading to new hampshire to campaign for hillary clinton trailing bernie sanders in new hampshire.
clinton edged him out in iowa. the two are neck in neck. monica malpass is covering the new hampshire primary on the ground in manchester. you can watch her live reports beginning tomorrow night. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, a winter storm dumped a foot of snow on parts of new england and thousands are without power this morning. ahead, the dangers of pressure washers, they can cause serious injuries if you are not careful. >> reporter: gray, the headlines this morning looks like an unevent. weekend around the -- uneventful weekend around the delaware valley. we're watching tuesday for possible snow and then it turns sharply colder. i'll have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we come right back. (vo) want to be happy with your next vehicle purchase?
change your thinking about buying your next one. is digging out from a foot of snow. the storm took a tragic storm a tree fell on a 6-year-old girl killing her. new england avoided last month's blizzard this was their first big snowstorm of the winter. a young man in iowa is on a roll in the snow, literally as you see here. mason is enjoying his new wheelchair that gets around in the snow. he is 22 and he has lived with
cerebral palsy. his friend got him a wheelchair so he could feel like a kid again. looks like we'll be dodging a couple of bullets. there's the possibility of snow tuesday, but the storms that are getting so big over the next five to seven days they appear as if they will stay off the coast far enough where we get brushed that's about it. that's good news there if you're not a snow lover. meantime, let's get you outside, this is a beautiful shot of the commodor barry bridge. you can see the high, thin cirrus clouds overspread the area live in chester. 35 degrees in philadelphia a light breeze out of the southwest. double scan is crystal clear at this point. we're showing a dewpoint of 23. it's a chilly morning out there, but here's the saving grace. the wind speed is very, very light. we don't have too much of a windchill to deal with. 33 degrees is the temperature. that's the windchill. 26 in the poconos.
38 in reading. millville, 32. wilmington, 31. dover, 31. again the wind speeds are hovering close to zero, so you don't have to worry about a windchill. but with temperatures as cold as they are, you need to bundle up. satellite and radar high, thin clouds overspreading the keystone state. snowshowers up to the north across new york state and lake on lake ontario, that stays to the north. the frontal system we're watching is pushing across the high plains states. a good shot of cold air on the backside of the this front. it will plow through the high plains and the great lake states during the week. by the time we get into monday an tuesday all the energy from this system here will develop a coastal storm here. that's the system we have to watch as we get into monday and tuesday. in the meantime this storm on sunday should pull out to sea and miss us to the east with a heavy snow event for long island
and portions of knew england. monday night into tuesday, that's going to be a close call. future tracker 6 combination of sun and clouds, nice and quiet. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, quiet and cold, temperatures in the 20es -- 20s and 30s. sunday, high, thin clouds, temperatures up to 50 degrees. monday night into tuesday, here's where the moisture gets thrown back into the delaware valley off the atlantic with the secondary coastline system developing off the virginia capes. you can see the light snow developing hear. when we get into the darker shade of lavender in baltimore and washington, d.c. that's moderate snow. we'll see a light snow event tuesday with the possibility of it becoming more moderate. we'll have to watch the modeling over the next few days. one thing we know, we are leaning toward the fact this is not going to be a major storm.
it's rather disorganized a light to moderate snow event potentially monday into tuesday, temperatures will mover anywhere from 28 to 35 degrees. if the snow comes down hard enough it could create problems for the roads. 46 greece sun and clouds, we'll call it seasonable. wind out of southwest at 5 to so miles per hour. overnight tonight, partly cloudy and cold, milder than what we saw figure this morning. 25 degrees outlying suburbs, 30 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, better tomorrow, 50 degrees. monday, 43, cloudy maybe a rain shower during the afternoon. monday into tuesday that is when the colder air works into the area. we'll have 40 cease tuesday, a period of -- 40 degrees tuesday, a period of light snow is expected. wednesday, lots of clouds, 40 degrees, 34 thursday, friday, partly sunny, cold, 36 degrees.
there's a few forecast models out there that suggest it could be more than a light snow event. i'll talk about that in the next half-hour. thank you so much. folks, i would like to remind you you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar tornado of the day head -- at any time of the day, head to 6abc.com/weather.
so glad you stayed with us, facebook founder has a new title. he is the 4th richest person in the world. zuckerburg pushed amazon ceo aside this week to claim the spot. according to bloomberg, the 31-year-old is worth a whopping $50 billion. microsoft founder remains number one with the net worth of 78.$7 billion. it is 9:18 a major airline is bringing back free snacks,
american airline will hand out snacks on trans continental flights and the domestic flights that will start in april. american is offering more entertainment options on domestic flights. passengers with in-seat tvs will have access to movies and tv shows and albums. jobless rate has fallen to the lowest rate in years. the unemployment rate fell from 5%. employers added 150,000 jobs in january. global financial pressure and volatile stock market has reduced growth. there's a warning about pressure washers. it is estimated they send 6,000 people to emergency rooms every year. one particular feature is surprisingly dangerous.
nydia han has the details. >> reporter: ben knows all too well the dangers of pressure washers. he got a deep cut in his hand that required seven stitches. i know tools, any slip up can lead to injury. >> reporter: consumer reports tests them and said they are sold with a set of interchangeable colored nozzles. depending on the job you can choose a spray at various answerles. this is 25 degrees and -- ankles, and this is the most powerful. the zero degree nozzle concentrates all the power and pressure into the blast. here's what it does to a heavy duty work boot. consumer report is no longer recommending any pressure washers that produce sprays of
15 degrees. we recommend you get rid of the zero degree nozzle. consumer reports recommends this electric one from green works. no matter which type you use wear safety goggles and protective shoes and never point it at a person or pets. nydia han channel 6 "action news." 9:21 still ahead, the flyers hope to keep their winning streak alive as they face the rivalling rangers today. we have a -- rival rangers today. we have a preview next. i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest.
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this live picture of spring mountain. you can see the skiers having a good time there. what about snow for the forecast? meteorologist chris sowers will have the answer later on in the newscast. in sports this morning, the philly/new york rivalry heats up against the rangers. >> reporter: good morning the last time we saw the sixers they were getting run out of the gym. they lost to atlanta last night. bradley biel scores a game high of 22 points. the sixers fall behind 25. 6 everies down 92-83. john wall with a triple double on assist to biel. sixers lose 106-94.
flyers make up ground. they scored 14 goals in the last three games, all victories. they hope -- they host the rangers a team they are chasing in the standings. we want to catch up on the rangers and also playing at home against them obviously it's going to be intense. the fans turn out usually when we play the rangers. we're excited to play and it should be a good game. flyers alum my game in reading, a -- alumnae game in read featured flyers from every game of flyers hockey including bobby clark. tickets were 12 bucks. what a value there. villanova visitors
providence today. penn hosts dartmouth quakers looking for their first league history. penn takes it. 71-64. the hype machine is almost no longer needed we are a day away from super bowl 50 between the panthers and broncos. peyton manning playing in perhaps his final game and cam newton in his first super bowl. the players are anxious to get down to business. it's time to roll, we're ready to play the game. we worked harold for -- worked hard for a long time to get to this moment. you study that test, you cram on friday for saturday you're not going to feel that good about that test.
if you've been going at the test since tuesday or wednesday and by sunday you feel good about the identification you're going to be confident in your work. i could have used that advice 30 years ago. that's sports this morning i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend. your time now, 9:27 there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm matt o'donnell along with clementine who was saved by the selfie rescue. where are you going? those stories, plus chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" saturday at 9:00 continues. ♪
happening right now on "action news," saturday the 9:00. all eyes are on new hampshire as the top gop contenders prepare to face off in tonight's debate. a 12-year-old boy dies trying to rescue his father from a fire. a mother is upset with dorney park and why she said the park discriminated against her special needs son. those stories, but first, let's go outside to chris sowers, chris, what can we expect today. >> reporter: we'll have a quiet
weekend overall, but it's chilly. we got down into the 20s, millville, 20. philadelphia, 2. now, with the sun rising the temperatures are starting to rebound a little bit, but it's fairly chilly out here. pilots, 29 degrees. quaker -- pottstown, 29 glassboro, 350. vineland, 30 degrees, woodbine 34. hammonton, 34 degrees. at light and radar, we're going to see a lot of sunshine mixed with high, thin clouds, it stays nice and quiet. we're not forecasting any precipitation, sun and clouds, milder day 46 degrees. it gets better as we head into sunday with high temperatures closing in on 50. now, here's what we're watching. as we get into monday knight into tuesday, this is the snow impact scale.
saturday, sunday and monday no issues. tuesday we'll put it in the moderate category where we could see travel delays depending on how much snow falls and the timing, of course, coming into question. the latest forecast information is coming in. i'll talk about the potential accumulations in the seven-day forecast coming up in just a minute. it's quiet out here and we expect a quiet weekend overall. 9:31. the first in the nation new hampshire primary is days away. republicans take the stage for a big debate. democrats show hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a virtual tie. kenneth moten joins us live in manchester for the big show down. everybody will be watching and the boxing gloves will be coming out tonight. gray it's a high stakes gop deep bait on the campus of the college in manchester new hampshire. i can report that it will be a
fireworks, because look, donald trump will be at the debate after he skipped out on the last one in iowa. ted cruz has been accused of stealing votes on the night of the iowa caucuses and marco rubio will be attacked because he is doing better in the polls. the final push for support in new hampshire. i don't want anything, just your votes. >> reporter: trump was in south carolina kept out of the granite state due to bad weather. i don't think i did come in second, i think i came in first, okay. god bless the great state of new hampshire. >> reporter: the winter storm didn't keep the other candidates off the new hampshire trail. their supporters were on the ground walking door to door. even 90-year-old former first lady barbara bush braved the treacherous conditions for her son before the debates hosted by abc news.
marco rubio made light of the gop controversies, the cruz campaign spreading rumors that ben carson was dropping out of the race. bernie sanders got a rock star reception at this democratic fundraiser in manchester. hillary clinton was there undeterred by polls showing bernie sanders person with a whopping lead on clinton. top gop contenders are rapping for the de-- are prepping for the debate on abc news. you can watch the debate on 6abc, coverage against at 8:00.
monica malpass is covering the new hampshire primary on the ground in manchester. watch for her live reports beginning tomorrow. we are following this developing story coming out of philadelphia's point breeze section, a cab driver was shot. police are searching for the shooter. neighbors on the 2300 block of morris street heard a crash and came outside and found the taxi stopped in the middle of the street. the driver was suffering from a gunshot injured. crews rushed him to penn presbyterian where's listed in critical, but stable condition. police have no suspects, but they think the shooter was a passenger in the cab. stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for updates on this developing story. dorney park said it will rehire a special needs man, but the employee said no thanks. 30 year christopher emory received 12 years of awards, but
not rehired after an interview process requested him to read flash cards. he said he was bullied by other employees. some kids make fun of me at the park i usually tell on them. dorney said it respects its associates and prohibits harassment and discrimination against them. family members and friends are mourning the loss of a 12-year-old boy who tried to save his father from a fire in montgomery county. the fire started on the 1,000 block of markley street in norristown. relatives say he made it out, but rushed back inside in an attempt to save his dad. his father jumped out of a second floor window. the boy did not survive. chad perdelli spoke with firefighters who stress the importance of having an escape plan. >> reporter: philadelphia fire
commissioner said chaos during a fire is why families need an escape plan and meeting point. the plan can be as simple as this one, two routes to escape, number one uses a door, the second a window. the meeting place is a tree. it can be in the front of the house, or the rear of the house. >> reporter: the meeting point allows initial responders to know if someone is trapped. the key, families must practice the escape plan. it's important because in the heat of the battle you talk about the chaos, if you have not practiced it you will not do what you planned to do. >> reporter: more than two dozen people were displaced by the fire. four for the long term, the red cross is helping out. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." our thoughts and prayers to the family. prosecutors want the a
appeals court to reverse its decision against three former penn state administrators. they will ask the super court to overturned the decision. a three judge panel threw out several serious charges against the three after ruling that grand jury testimony violated their rights. the three face charges including fairly to report suspected child abuse. chicago police are talking about 6 people found dead inside a home. the victims', the couple, children and grandchildren were targeted. one victim was shot and others were beaten and stabbed. investigators say this could be a murder suicide. there was no sign of forced entry and the home was not loan sacked. so-called "affluenza" teen ethan couch was transferred from
jiewrve -- juvenile detention to adult jail. he was 16 when the an accident happened that killed four people. couch and his mother was captured in mexico. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday at 9:00. reducing your risk of alzheimers. it could be as easy as changing your indict. a fatal earthquake hits taiwan. we'll get a check of the exclusive accuwether seven-day forecast after "action news" returns. > right now the coast d
is searching for any signs of life after two small planes collided in midair in california. this happened yesterday afternoon over the ocean near the port of los angeles. three people believed to be on board the two planes. investigators say both pilots were experienced. the number of dead is increasing after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck in taiwan. 14 people are dead including an infant and small child. the quake caused a residential highrise to collapse. rescuers have pulled 3 40e people from the -- 340 people from the rubble.
others are missing. time for the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, meteorologist chris sowers, cold, but no wind. >> reporter: we have a quiet weekend overall and mild. somewhat chilly this morning, but temperatures climb well above seasonal averages and some areas could top 350 degrees by tomorrow. it's looks like a nice weekend. there's the shot in cape may, the high, thin cirrus clouds overspreading the skyline. those are the clouds that make for beautiful sunrises and sunsets. you will see the bright oranges and yellows light up the sky. double scan live there's a nice view, 46 degrees there's the high temperature. which is a little bit higher than average of the normal is 42. the low is on par. sun sets at 5:26. days are getting longer and longer. 28 in allentown after a morning low 20.
36 in wildwood, 31 for wilmington and dover. satellite and radar, high, thin cirrus clouds across the keystone state they will overspread the area this afternoon. as we go wider there's clearly not much going on. the on him only system we're watching is that upper level disturbance that will travel along the gulf coast states today and hit the coast tomorrow that will develop into an coastal storm running up the eastern seaboard. some of the latest information coming in now pushes it closer to the coastline. i'll show you that in a second. we have colder air that will get involved in the overall pattern. 32 degrees below zero on the shores of the had you hudson ba. this will dive into the great lakes states first and travel south and east next week. it will modify, but it's a good
shot of cold air by the time we get into wednesday and thursday. so here's future tracker 6. there's the coastal storm. sunday's event state for the most part out to sea. sunday night into monday, all of a sudden it's throwing back light snow. similar to what we saw yesterday morning as that coastal system brushed us. we could have snow showers sunday night into monday morning. that's not the storm we're watching. we're watching an upper level feature that will transfer its energy to the coastal storm off the virginia capes. this is tuesday morning. the question is will the storm travel up or head out. that will determine how much snow we see from the system. right now the latest forecast guidance shows there's one forecast model out there that's bullish on the accumulating snow idea that's the american model it shows 4 inches. the other models show one to two inches of snowfall on grassy
surfaces. controversial this is what we're looking at it looks like a light to moid -- moderate snowfall. 1 to 3, 3 tow 6. we're going with the 1 to 3. it bears watching. a lot of storms have corrected closer to the coast as time went on. looks like sunday's system is starting told the same thing, maybe tuesday's system will do the same thing. we'll watch it over the next few days. millville, 45. reading, 43. sun and clouds. cold overnight tonight. millville, 23, allentown, 25. 30 in philadelphia. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we're up to 50 by the time we get into sunday afternoon. super bowl sunday looks like a winner around the delaware valley. monday cloudy, 43. for now we'll post some light snow on tuesday, 40 degrees, another 40 wednesday, thursday and fray there's some of the arctic air, 34, 36.
valentine's day weekend, looks cold. snuggle alert. 9:46 this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" takes us to a kennel in bucks county that aims to save pregnant dogs from high kill shelters. oakley was going to be fostered but oakley stuck. my daughter scb asking for a long time for a puppy. we gave her as a birthday present. >> reporter: oakley is not the first to make news, his momma was featured on a shelter segment. it was awesome when that
happened. the rescue was found is a years with a focus on pregnant moms from high kill shelters down south. dakota adores people, but cats are not her friends. she would be good with an active family. this is a border collie mitt mix. this is zena hoping for a family to run and play with her. she is a love bug. >> reporter: this is clementine, 10 months old, this is a herding dog, a family in the south adopted her and we are told she is not good with cats, because shell try to herd them. so clementine is looking for a brand new home. if you're interested in clementine visit the website.
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garden. the fair happens at the community college of philadelphia at 17th and spring garden street. in "healthcheck" eating fish could be the key to lowering the risk of alzheimers. chicago area adults found those who ate fish once a week had less of the brain plaque entangled associated with alzheimers. increased leaves of seafood consumption did increase brain leives -- levels of mercury but it didn't have an impact on brain health. eating more fish did not lower the risk of other forms of dementia. south jersey restaurant is rallying around a waitress has he had marks a milestone.
>> reporter: waitress katherine walsh has arrived at apple bees without fanfare. her co-workers wanted to celebrate a milestone in life her 90th birthday. it's fantastic. it's fabulous. all these people would come out for my birthday. a great grandmother and widow of 8 children she is known as miss katherine, the oldest of the 40,000 employees and four times orderly than some of her co-workers. they love her, a lot of people wish she was her grandmother. she's sweet and does her job and works very, very hard. >> reporter: at age 90 she said she works five days a week, because she has to, and because she wants to. i'm part of life and out
everyday, i have a purpose. i enjoy it. >> reporter: her loyal customers love her. she is a doll, she is very friendly and very helpful she is like part of my family. for her age she is quick, very response -- responsive. katherine walsh reflects only the secret to staying young. i guess it's being with people. >> reporter: even though she is 90 she has no plans to retire. maybe i have another five years. >> reporter: in west hammonton, i'm nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." katherine you look great at 90. congratulations. 9:53 up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, stay with us we're back after this.
millions of people are expected to check out the cool winters creations. look at this, they are part of the 67th snow festival in japan. it features 200 snow and ice sculptures. it all began back in 1950 when 6 high school students built snow statues in a park. >> reporter: another reason why we need snow around here. keep it there. >> reporter: here's the weekend call from accuweather, 46 degrees sun and clouds, nice mild afternoon. speaking of mild, how does 50 sound in super bowl sunday, 50 degrees. beautiful weekend overall for the beginning of february. 44 degrees monday. 40 tuesday and wednesday with a period of snow possible tuesday, arctic cold arrives thursday and
friday. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight. we'll be back tomorrow morning beginning at 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. we're counting down to the big game, super bowl 50 happens tomorrow. plus, a special concert for one of the world's most celebrated conductor. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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