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jenner. >> and our trouble-shooters report targets appliance repairs next on "action news." it is wednesday night and the big story on "action news" tonight is caitlyn jenner in philadelphia tonight on the campus of the university of pennsylvania. live in university city, "action news" reporter dann cuellar. what kind of reaction did jenner
get at penn? >> caitlyn jenner made a big slash here to a sell-out crowd, many captivated by the curiosity of it all and how she is using her high-profile life to help other transagaingendetransgende. >> and she has her fans, and they waited in line that snaked around the building. >> i think it is curiosity and i have seen her speak out about her story. >> the transgenders are pretty much not in the spotlight in general, i think one with that much fame coming out and being transgender is a very big thing. >>the event you which was closed to news cameras, moderated by buzz, who penned the ""vanity fair"" story call me caitlin.
>> and she mentioned she is a spokesperson for her own story rather than the whole community. i guess she is still figuring it out. >> i learned more in detail about all of her transition period and i thought it was fascinating. >> i think it is powerful when you hear of somebody who has gone through so much in their lives and decided at such a late age to make such a drastic change. it is really quite inspiring. >> by bring caitlyn jenner to penn they are hoping it there spark dialogue with transgenders and the lbgt community. >> thank you. bill cosby filed suit against the woman who he is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting. one day before he appeared in court in norristown suing andrea constand, her mother, her lawyer and the national enquirer.
the specifics are under seal but we know all defendants were bound by confidentiality clauses after cosby and constand settled a civil suit in 2005. the allentown police officer shot while serving a warrant last night is it out of the hospital and doing well. authorities say the initial case was related to the homicide investigation of the woman who was found stuck in a recycling bin just blocks away. officials say they now know who she is but are not naming her until her family can be told what happened. the shoot-out with the officer, he is in critical condition and the connection to the homicide, if any, not revealed. doctors are treating a 3-year-old boy struck by a hit-and-run driver tonight in the tacony section of philadelphia. and chopper 6 over the scene in the 6300 block of dittman street as the young victim was transported and as he arrived by
ambulance at the hospital for children. he is stable and expected to be ok. police have just released this description of the suspected striking vehicle, a dark green 1998 dodge conversion van with a lighter green stripe on the side. it was last seen heading west. temple university hospital engaged in some life-and-death education tonight. the students, potential first responders living in high-crime neighborhoods. "action news" reporter christie alletto is live. what happened there tonight? >> a lot of time residents are on the scene before the first responders and the program teaches them to do basic first aid until help can arrive. >> hey! >> a mock scenario that often plays out on the streets of north philadelphia. arlene knows that first-hand. >> i was running myself, ducking bullets myself. and then i looked on the side
and there is a young man, i didn't know what to do. a young man laying there and he is bleeding. had i known this, i might have been able to safe his life. >> the training she is referring to is "fighting chance." a new program by temple university hospital that teaches residents in high-crime areas how to provide basic first aid to gunshot victims. >> when they are standing by after somebody has been shot they can do something rather than just kind of stand there and be upset. >> residents again training on how to stop bleeding from a bullet to moving someone quickly and safely until help arrivals. 236 homicide last year from gun shots and in year there have been 144 shooting victims. >> and the exercises, are they helping? >> yes, yes. >> they are putting their training to use saying they recently aided an unresponsive man outside of the rec center. >> if you hadn't had that --
>> we won't know how to get him up. >> so far the program has trained 80 residents and organizers are hoping to have more by the summer. live from temple university hospital from channel 6 news." >> thank you. a couple in reading, pennsylvania has been accused of gambling with their children's well being, leaving them lock in a cold car so mom and dad could gamble. the car was parked at the sands casino in bethlehem overnight monday when temperatures dipped to 11 degrees. enrique garcia and his wife, francis, are facing misdemeanor charges and they are free on bail tonight. villanova showed why its basketball team is ranked number one in the nation font as it shrugged off an electric and hostile atmosphere at temple university. "action news" reporter chad pradelli was there. >> it was electric inside of the center tonight, but the power
went out quickly for the temple owls as villanova got up and ended with a 16-point victory. the center was jumping. temple was looking for a fourth straight victory versus a top 25-team. and this was the number 1 villanova and they played well with the beatdown of the owls. >> we thought we had it in the beginning. we were rooting they will on. it turned out to be pretty rough. a tough loss. >> i am sad, but we put up a good fight i guess. >> i thought it was going to be a little bit closer. temple has some size, some good talent but nova out hustled them. >> the game was broadcast on espn and it was first-come first-serve for students looking to snag a ticket to the sold-out game. >> what has been like getting in line? >> 3:45, everyone has school
spirit! >> nova a lock for the ncaa tournament and likely a number 1-seed. temple on the bubble. villanova has had some disappointing exits in the tournament and they need more games like tonight to make a deep run. >> they made great defense. they can shoot the ball. i mean they are just aggressive and have tenacity. >> temple did not get the signature win, other area teams did well. penn state beat number 4, iowa, and st. joe's beat 15th ranked dayton. in north philadelphia chad pradelli for channel 6 "action news." circus fans said farewell to the elephants tonight in south philadelphia. this is the last time you'll see the pachyderms perform at the wells fargo center. they are sending them to early retirement in may.
and still to come tonight, winners of the $1.5 million powerball come forward. battle lines between the iphone and g-men. why apple is fight an order to help in the san bernardino investigation. and a landmark study whether testosterone supplements do good. winds on the increase sending wind chills by tomorrow morning in the teens. chatting about a big warm up in time for the weekend in the seven-day forecast. >> "action news" troubleshooter nydia han with a special report. less than 24 hours, how long it takes for them to see results for our viewers. and ducis rodgers with more from villanova, temple and other college basketball tonight when "action news" continues.
is the iphone of the san bernardino terrorist farooq. it is locked with a past code. and months later the f.b.i. still can't get past the security. and the federal judge ordered apple to help break into it. it is not just technology, apple is challenging the court ruling saying the company would essentially have to build a master key to unlock iphones and that would undermine security for hundreds of millions of user who have done nothing wrong. they say that is too dangerous to create and can get into the wrong hands including cyber criminals and foreign agent -- agencies. and president obama going to cuba as the u.s. and cuba continue to work toward normalizing relations. no official announcement has come yet that will likely happen tomorrow. the last and only sitting president to visit cuba is
calvin coolidge in 1928. the powerful image today of pope francis praying at the border between mexico and the united states. specifically el paso, texas. anti-immigration sentiment running high, the pope called on governments to open their hearts to what he called the human tragedy which is forced migration. last night the pope became visibly upset when people tugged on his sleeves and wouldn't let go. almost losing his balance the pope scolded the crowd admonishing them in spanish "don't be selfish." and a couple recovering in the jackpot one of three winners. they told no one they were holding the winning ticket. they even kept going to work as an engineer, but it hasn't been easy. >> i lost over 10 pounds.
it is a lot of pacing at night. >> he is 55 and she is 70. they have been married since 1980 and live in florida but didn't want to talk about their children. the couple won using the same numbers they have been playing for years. they decided to take it lump sum worth $328 million before taxes. the "action news" trouble shooter at it again. they came to the rescue for one of our viewers, this time appliance repair. >> it as to just about all of us, your dishwasher, stove or refrigerator dies and you call someone to fix it. what happens if you pay the money and the fix never happens? our viewers called the "action news" trouble shooters. >> the dishwasher which is over here was working intermittently, stopping and starting and not getting dishes clean, not even heating up properly. >> she did what most of us would
do, called an appliance repair company. >> it is bad news, the motor. >> the technician from mr. appliance also noticed this and said -- >> you need a whole now top panel. >> $562 to fix that paying a $400 deposit, but they say the repairs never materialized. >> the part is not in. i called again. it is the holidays. now it is part not in. one thing is in, the other one is not. and then we had a snowstorm and the snow delayed everybody. >> after the yearly six months she demanded a refund. a few weeks later we went to mr. appliance to inquire about what the company promised her. >> she will get that, yes. we will get a certified check for her and then we'll just deliver it to her house if she is home. >> tomorrow? >> yeah. >> the customer service representative. >> we really did try to take care of this customer. >> you were trying to fix her
appliance? >> we absolutely were. >> complaints about appliance repair is not uncommon. there are a number of franchises and this has an f-rating at the better business bureau, something that they did not realize until we told her. >> an f? >> an f. >> tammy, the owner of the mr mr. appliance said she was unaware of the bbb process. they wanted money for me to increase my score. wall says she didn't have the money to pay and also tells me "we lost three technicians, we are working to correct some of the kinks." and speaking of them, good news less than 24 hours. >> i have a check, one i never thought i would get. >> a money order for the full $400. >> i am so glad.
i knew it wouldn't happen with without your help. >> what are you doing for thes $400? >> going to put it in the bank and then for a new dishwasher. >> and others contact you with concerns will you come back and take care of them? >> absolutely, thank you. >> the owner of the company also tells me the franchise does have thousands of customers in the database that are satisfied with its service and we posted an extra on 6abc.com with advice on when to repair or replace an appliance and how you might be able to extend manufacturer warranties for free. and posted the seven appliance repair companies in our area that got the checkbook magazine's top rating for quality and price at 6abc.com. "healthcheck" at 11:00, landmark government-funded study on testosterone supplements.
and they improved mood and walk strength in men 65 years and orlando, moderate boost for sex lives but nothing for the overall energy. the study did not make any determination whether long-use risk increases the risk of heart attack and prostate cancer. a florida 18-year-old facing a host of charges for posing as a doctor. he examined patients and even set up his own office. he was arrested after an undercover officer posed as a patient and received a physical exam and medical advise. he has been charged with practicing medicine without a license. the teenager was cited by the state for doing the same thing a few months ago. and he'll get a chance to explain himself in an interview tomorrow morning on abc's "good morning america" at 7:00 a.m. right after "action news." let's get to the seven-day accuweather forecast and adam joseph. >> a bit after chilldown here
tomorrow but temperatures on the way up for the weekend. double scan live radar out there right now, very little going on. we have some cloud cover out there, some stars, but there is a cold front approaching from the north and west. you see a little bit of gray around lancaster and reading. there could be a floating flurry around but overall a dry front is passing through. presently 29 in allentown. 31 in reading. millville 31 degrees and 32 the atlantic city city airport. and mount pocono 26. and satellite and radar, you can see how quickly the clouds have fallen apart. the front north and west. a lot of the precipitation falling apart and the best chance after snow shower is the poconos. for the rest of us it is a wind shift that comes in behind this front. the bus stop forecast tomorrow morning, layer up the kids. 27 to 28.
it doesn't sound bad 6:00 to 8:00 a.m. with the breeze out of the northwest the wind chills only in the 20's first thing despite the full sunshine. the sunshine in control into the afternoon tomorrow, but the breeze will continue. so with temperatures only in the upper 30's, going to throw that number away and kick it down some 10 degrees tomorrow afternoon as wind chills only stay in the upper 20's across the entire viewing area. high pressure sinks to the south and east on friday. friday is much like today, lots of clouds out there as the warm front approaches. a chill at 41 degrees, but then really pull in the southerly wind. and the warmth building in the deep south and the southern plains, moving our way. the weekend temps 10-15 degrees above afternoon. the forecast 38 and chilly tomorrow, lots of clouds on friday. and saturday, warm and windy but
futuretracker showing winds can gust 30-35 miles per hour during the day on saturday. and it stays very mild on sunday. 56 degrees, sun give way to clouds. could be an evening shower sunday as the weak piece of energy rolls through. still mild, and then sun and clouds and 54, and pretty sizable system comes in from the south tuesday into wednesday. it is moisture-loaded, that we do know. the tract uncertain but going into the storm the temperatures are very mild. it the seven days away. >> are the temperatures the beginning of a trend? >> over all a trend the second half we should be above normal the most part. >> then it is springtime, i love it. a south jersey teenager taking home top honor as top dog for her age group at the kennel show. 18-year-old sophia rogers won
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villanova-temple game. >> villanova number one for a reason. jalen brunson likely briefed on the nova-temple rivalry and tonight he lives it the first time and crushes it. and getting to brunson in a moment. first the pass to kris jenkins. up 33-19 in the first half. josh brown all the owls have in the first half, scoring 10 of 13 points in the first half, but temple down a dozenen at the break. brunson is unreal. season high 25 points on 9-11 shooting. remember, his dad was a star at temple. nova wins easily because of him, 83-67. >> they are a very good team. and to win on the road in this environment, great college basketball environment. really good for our team. they have terrific guard play, are smart, tough and it is a really good basketball team. and we were proud and proud to
play against them. st. joe's hosting dayton. second half, bembry and another double-double for him and 16 points, 13 rebounds and hawks up by 10. later, demery has a dozen off the bench. st. joe's lead is 12. and more here. and they improve to 22-4 on the season. la salle home to st. bonaventure. and the leading scorer scoring 18 and la salle ends the 10-game losing skid 71-64 over the bonnies. and penn state and the nittany lions knock off iowa and the second victory over a top 25 team in the past two weeks. storm the court.
tomorrow morning, phillies pitchers and catchers on the field for the first official spring training workout. jeff skversky is with the phills in florida. >> phillies pitchers and catcher reported this morning to clearwater, florida. and just as important as bringing your glove, picking up one of these, a roster to figure out who's who. 48 new phillies players are in camp this year. phillies spring training doesn't quite look the same. they have thrown everyone a changeup, only 18 players from last year's camp are back for 2016. even the new general manager doesn't know what all of his players look like after they said good-bye to so many. >> walking through the clubhouse yesterday and this morning, you
know i am stopping to introduce myself to everybody, nice to meet you, i have been talking about you all winter. >> how many guys do you actually recognize? >> the guys from last year pretty much. >> the phillies are in full rebuild mode raising the $1 million question, how long before they are a playoff team again? he would not put a timetable on it. >> it is the god's honest truth, the development of the players, that's what is ultimately going to dictate how many games we win this year, next year, etc. >> who will make the great first impression it comes in the morning they take the field for the first time. >> and reports all week long. and phillie fashion week in philadelphia, event held 2300 arena began with a streetware show presented by the sixers, and the sixe erers dancers on h.
and it showcases philadelphia designers and runs through saturday. the proceeds benefit the sixers youth foundation. "jimmy kimmel live" next on channel 6 followed by night line, his guests megan fox, ben mckenzie. and "action news" continues at 4:30 a.m. for cecily tynan, adam joseph, ducis rodgers and the entire "action news" team, i'm jim gardner. good night. ♪