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by the car walking home with her siblings eight days ago. today they offered the $25,000 reward for information that helps to put the driver behind bars. >> please turn yourself in. >> her mother stood at a podium and pleaded with the driver who hit and killed her daughter 8-year-old gianna powell. >> i had to leave my baby today. the hardest thing in my life. i don't get a prom, i don't get a graduation, no marriage, no grandkids no nothing. just tell yourself that. make it better on everybody. >> gianna was walking home with her siblings on november 18 and and struck crossing at 63rd and landsdowne pronounced dead just a few hours later, neither the car or male driver was found yet. the mayor's office is pledging $10,000 for an arrest and
conviction and fop an immediate $15,000 for an arrest. >> not for the conviction, you don't have to wait for a long detailed process, you bring him in today and you are paid today. lets give this family of little gianna a little closure. >> they believe this is the car on surveillance video, it appears to be a silver nissan ultima, the car likely has damage to the front grill and headlight. the police say they are running down leads but need the public's help. to the driver, your chance is now to come forward. we promise you a fair investigation of this crash but you have to come forward. philadelphia police are getting assistance from septa police and police departments in the adjacent communities as they try to track down this car and driver, gianna's family is committing to the reward fund and it may grow even larger and
can you call anywhere with your tips, even the fop. they want to get this case solved. sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. now to accuweather and the soggy shift in the forecast. the action cam spotted a lot of umbrellas this afternoon on the sidewalks near city hall and you will want to keep the rain jacket handy as well. more wet weather is on the way tomorrow. cecily tynan is tracking the precipitation on double scan radar and at the big board with the latest. >> we are definitely getting a one two punch from mother nature, round one is tapering off. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing the steady rain moving through earlier was targeting new england and northern maine areas more than a foot of snow and lingering showers now and they are diminishing through the evening and then round two is just getting started, another low near mississippi louisiana and this one is triggering a lot of tornado warnings and severe
weather, that system is heading our way tomorrow and that will bring us another round of rain and maybe even some thunderstorms and some warm air. rainfall so far shows you really depends on location. areas south of philadelphia generally less than a .25 inch of rain and philadelphia around an inch and allentown and reading more than an inch, and allentown more than an inch and a half of rain that. is great news because we have more severe drought situation farther north of our region. temperatures now show you it's pretty mild. 59 in philadelphia and we hit 60 and you see the winds out of the south that will pull up some very mild air tomorrow. temperatures close to 70 degrees, this is what 20 expect tonight. cloudy and mild with dense fog developing and periods of rain tomorrow and a rumble of thunder looking at a half inch to inch of rain, it won't be raining all day long and i'll talk about the timing and when you'll need your umbrella. >> thank you cecily.
>> philadelphia police identified the teenager shot and killed last night in the city's may fair section. ian willsy was with friends when the gun fire rang out along the 6200 block of brow street. willsy was walking to the store when two men approached the group and one pulled out a gun and willsy was able to run a few feet before collapsing and neighbored soon jumped in to help. >> you don't expect to hear gunshots you think it's gunshots, realized and said get away from the window. >> he was taken to area tourses dale and he later died. and witness descriptions of the suspects have been vague. >> philadelphia police are looking for vandals that targeted a chestnut hill grocery store, the fresh market on german town avenue was tagged in the early hours of the morning last friday. among the graffiti a harsh anti-trump message and walter perez is live outside of that
store with more on the costly cleanup and the police investigation. >> reporter: we are told that the cost between $3,000 and $10,000 to clean up that mess primarily because the composite material used the build the shop's facade made it the cleanup tricky. they hope for a call with a tip in this case. when it comes to non-violent crime graffiti is among the most senseless. >> people can get away from that and understand it doesn't do anything. >> he is speaking specifically the actions of these two men recorded on surveillance video, early last friday morning when they approached the shop in chestnut hill. one is wearing a blazer and scarf carry what appears to be a glass of wine and the man is spray painting something near the front door and the man in the blazer is taking a photo or
video, it was an anti-trump message we can't show on tv in its entirety. they hope someone recognizes the men and calls police or that the vandals call the police and confess themselves. >> there are other ways to express yourself other than spray painting derogatory messages on buildings. anyone with information is asked to call northwest detectives. walter perez, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. meantime president-elect trump announced two more cabinet picks, scott price and elaine chow the wife of michigan mcconnell as transportation secretary. he begins the thank you tour with a stop in ohio. >> officials say that the somali born student that used the car and knife to attack people at an
ohio state university yesterday was angry about the treatment of musl muslims. abdul artan posted about muslims in the middle east on facebook. 11 people were hurt in the chaos and artan was shot and killed by a campus police officer. organizers began their day of disruption marches before the sun came up today. >> this is the scene early this morning outside of an mcdonald's in north philadelphia. fast food workers, uber drivers and home care and child care workers all went on strike for the day today to demand higher pay. they are fighting for $15 an hour and vehicles are happening all across the nation. >> the city of philadelphia could offer more help for people that are homeless. they have 430 beds for 13 to
24-year-olds. and now money secured by city council will help to ease the crisis and pay for transition housing and support services and more. time for a check of our "action news" traffic report tuesday night. lets go live to matt pellman. >> the giving tuesday, we are giving you a real slow ride home. this is the vine street expressway where it's jammed solid coming westbound to the schuylkill expressway big red zone here due in part to a broken down vehicle earlier on the schuylkill itself westbound beyond spring garden. that is cleared out of way but a hefty delay coming westbound at 11 miles per hour. on the boulevard traffic light troubles by rising sun avenue. some confusion as the traffic lights are dark. and this is what happens when you go too fast on wet ramps, a truck jackknifed on the ram from the blue route to west
conshohocken, it's a slow go. and a crash on the white horse pike a bad one by walgreens, i was going to say use the black horse but a crash there at 12th avenue. and an accident cleared out but slow in the area. we'll check it again coming up in the next half hour. >> coming up ahead at 5:00, the eagles are still reeling from last night's let down at the linc. what the team is staying about their first loss at home this season. >> and a multimillion-dollar makeover for the new jersey state house. governor christie warns of catastrophic failure inside of the building when "action news" comes right back. i work 'round the clock.
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priority is always going to be the sunday night football games, the sunday late afternoon games, pennsylvania state police want your help tracking down the two men seen in this video pulling an atm out of the wall. it happened earlier this morning in covington township, the suspects attached a chain to the atm and then the bumper of the truck using the truck's force to steal the machine. a piece of atm was found nearby if you recognize either man you are asked to call pennsylvania state police. the new jersey state house
is getting a $300 million facelift. governor christie announced the project this morning. the second oldest continually used state capital in the country. governor christie says its able made it subject to catastrophic failure and will be vakeated by july of next year for a complete renovation inside and out. derek sharper is sentenced for 20 years in prison for drugging and raping as many as 20 women. he plead guilty to the crimes in four states. sharper did not address the court or two emotional victims that spoke. he was an all pro safety that won a super bowl with the new orleans saints. and mourning in cuba day four. starting tomorrow castro's ashes will be taken on a 400 mile tour of that country and his funeral
is scheduled for sunday. dodss of world leaders are expected to attend. and the u.s. is weighing options of sending a delegation but neither president obama or vice president biden will head to cuba for the services. and now in california they are investigating how three people died after eating at the same community thanksgiving dinner. ali gorman joins us with the details. >> reporter: this is a sad story. they don't know for sure if food poisoning is to blame. more than 800 people in the bay area ate a free thanksgiving day meal at the american legion hall. hosted by a local church. by saturday the hospital there admitted eight patients with symptoms including nausea and diarrhea, three of those patients died. >> all the patients are associated with the same living facility. so it's unclear if the illness is related to the thanksgiving
day event or their living situation. >> the people at the event say it was clean but some food was brought in from volunteers, but it may take weeks to determine the cause. and investigators are looking at car seatbelts they save lives in accident, but for some people it can cause injuries and it may need injuries by the time i get done driving it's here and i pull it down each time. >> since they were introduced seatbelts are designed for the average driver a 40-year-old man 5'8" inches tall. they don't fit everyone especially senior that may be smaller and more advantage ill so doctors say they commonly see injury as long the seatbelt line the collar bone and pelvis even in minor crashes. bio engineers are now working with auto makers studying the
force of seat bags and force with the elderly. >> if we come one that we can tweak each system for each individual. >> engineers hope that some day they'll have car key fobs that could adjust the seatbelts to a driver's age and size to have more personalized seatbelts. philadelphia students are celebrating tonight after doing a great job after raising money for cancer research. 300 district kids enjoyed the celebration with dr. william hite they did it half raising $3,500 for the susan b. komen foundation. congratulations. more to come on "action news" at 5:00 tonight. new details about the winners of last weekend's $421 million power ball jackpot.
tim: hockey assists are important in the nba, too. whoever charts the hit musical hamilton is the most nominated production in tony history. and now the highest grossing, it brought in $8 million over eight shows last week. the same weeks that vice president mike pence was booed in the audience, the most money ever earned in a week for a broadway show. wicked previously held the record earning 3.2 million there's over nine shows in 2013. take a look 20 co-workers in tennessee will split the jackpot. the group at the north american stamping group. a metal factory have claimed the $421 million jackpot. that means each person walked away $13 million before taxes. sweet. >> not too shabby. >> sweet. the city wide campaign provides
summer jobs for young people. work ready provides job opportunities for people 14 to 21 and the year round employment assistant programs as well. in cape may county, a hair raising effort by law enforcement was a complete success. officers throughout the county stopped shaving to raise awareness and money for 6-year-old joey. who is fighting a rare cancer of the eye. joey's family needed help with medical expenses and today officers presented more than $18,000 they were able to raise during no shave november and they in return received a hand written note from little joey. >> our best to that little guy. still to come a check of the accuweather forecast. as we look live from our city hall sky 6 camera from our tree in dill worth park. cecily tynan has your exclusive accuweather forecast when we
want to call your carrier before you try to head out. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing why we have the rain right over philadelphia now. it is lessening in intensity. one heavier batch over manayunk and a wider view showing this is kind of the last of round one but this is really creating wed roads across the schuylkill expressway i-95, 422 and route 1, so definitely slowing down the evening commute and round two is arriving during the day tomorrow. this is much needed rain, so far today close to an inch of rain, .93, the wettest day in seven weeks, have you to go back to the beginning of october to get a day with this much rain, this is about double what we have had the entire month of november. until today. so this is something we really did need. we have more rain tomorrow but overnight tonight, a little break in the action. right now temperatures on the
mild side. 59 in philadelphia and 60 that is 9 degrees above normal. allentown 55 and wilmington 62 and cape may 56 and millville 61 degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar showing that steadiest rain now over new england and if you look out to the west there are breaks in the clouds across western pennsylvania if we get breaks in the clouds, which i do expect that allows the temperature to drop down close to the dew point with a saturated ground and light winds and that means fog will likely develop and some areas could be dense be careful driving around tonight and early tomorrow. 56 is the low in philadelphia and that is 5 degrees above our normal high. allentown 48 and wilmington 55 and cape may 57. future tracker 6 showing tomorrow morning for the commute lots of clouds with a few sprinkles doesn't look like heavy rain and a warm front moves through and steady rain around 11:00 and late in the
morning the warm front lifts to the north and the warm sector for the evening commute and showers mainly north of philadelphia and then the cold front moves through late tomorrow night and that brings us a round of rain in the wee hours of the morning perhaps even a rumble of thunder and behind that system we clear things out on thursday, so the five-day at 5:00 showing periods of rain and perhaps a thunderstorm, 69 degrees and the sun is back and temperatures drop 53 on friday and saturday 51 and sunday down to 49 and adam will let you know if the drop in temperatures continues into next week coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> it's beginning to look a lot like london. >> we needed the rain. >> we did. thank you cecily. more ahead on "action news" at 5:00. the red cross is stepping in to help a delaware county family whose home was damaged by fire. and dakota pipeline protesters are -- after a clash involving tear gas.
"action news" continues with immediate gift, adam joseph, rick williams and monica malpass. hello again, here is what is happening on "action news" tonight. mandatory evacuations continue at this hour in tennessee where firefighters are working to get the upper hand on a fast moving blaze plus we are following latest on a deadly airplane crash in south america, authorities say a brazilian soccer team was on board. now the details, a raging wild fire in tennessee is threatening thousands of people at this hour. and forcing evacuations of residents and tourists. three people have been killed and dozens injured. lauren lister joins us live. >> reporter: that is right. local officials say that they are now assessing the damage after an extremely difficult 24
hours but the danger is not gone. they are still actively fighting the fire, saying the single greatest concern is the wind and the curfew is in place overnight and calling the next 24 hours critical. >> you see the damage that has been done in this area right here. today a first look at the destruction left in the unforgiving fire's wake, 100 structures lost or damaged in this tennessee town including it's mayor's home. >> personally i think i have lost my house but things can be rebuilt. >> overnight -- these raging flames devouring the terrain and motorists in gatlinburg fleeing as they were ordered to evacuate. from the great smokey mountains to populated areas turning totally wood into an orange arm
gedan. and 10,000 animals there threatened but attacked. strong wind speeds of up to 60 miles per hour and the southeast's worst drought in a decade. >> in a span of 15 to 20 minutes, we were dispatched and alerted to almost 20 structure fires. >> as of this morning, more than a dozen structure fires still burning as 2,000 people live hunkered down in shelters. fire officials saying that they believe the worst is over and it looking like the weather will cooperate. rain is forecast late tonight with 1 to 2 inches expected that alone authorities say should put out most of the fires. channel 6 "action news." >> lauren thank you. now to the latest on the airline disaster in south america, officials say it's remarkable that six people survived a plane crash in a mountainous area in columbia. it was carrying a soccer team.
the six survivors were three soccer players, two crew members and one journalist. officials with the airline say that the plane suffered an electrical failure before the crash and the brazilian president key declared three days of mourning. >> for us we learned in the wee hours of the morning of this sad event. the only thing we could do aside from praying was to give support for the families now in mourning. >> this video has surf add the showing the soccer team gathering at the airport before they got on board. they were on their way to the finals of a regional tournament. >> world news will have more on the deadly plane crash, watch it tonight at 6:30 following "action news" at 6:00. 10 more potential jurors qualified in the trial of a white man accused of shooting and killing nine black fritscheners at a south carolina
church. at the death penalty trial of dillon roof, he faces dozens of charges for the attack at the ame church in charleston and plans to act as his own lawyer with his defense team ready to advise him. the driver of the school bus crash appeared in court. but the hearing was postponed until next month. his defense attorney says that she expected walker to plead not guilty if the grand jury indicted him. >> and several pipeline protesters in north dakota are suing the county and law enforcement arguing their civil rights were violated and that officers used excessive force two weeks ago at a blockaded bridge, authorities used tear gas and rubber bullets and sprayed water at the protesters after they say they saltsed the
officers with rocks and burning logs. five people were homeless after a fire destroyed their home in delaware county. flames broke out at 4:00 a.m. on the 200 block of wright avenue in darby. when firefighters got there they found the second floor of the home on fire. no word on whether anyone was hurt and what caused it, the red cross is providing help to the five folks displaced. this the scene after a car and box truck collided this morning at 5:00 in newcastle, delaware. it all happened at 6:30 just past the exit for route 9, one person was taken to christiana hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. no word on cha caused the crash. >> and it won't be open 24 hours a day. just about an hour ago, city councilman bob williams had a
conference outside of fire station six. the fire department decided to keep the engine house closed when they don't have enough firefighters on staff. >> due to budgettory reasons they will decide to put engine six in a permanent bypass when additional provisions are met. those conditional provisions will be met just about every single day. because the wilmington fire department is down 19 firefighters to date. >> count ill man williams is asking fire chief annthony good to reconsider. and police ask if you can identify the man in the photo the second suspect wanted in connection with three armed robberies at the goodwill store in wilmington. two of them happened in october and the last one was this past friday, a 14-year-old is arrested in the case and now police are hoping to identify and arrest this suspect as well.
elementary school students in philadelphia hosted a visitor this morning, "action news" was there as mayor jim kenney stopped by to read to students, the school recently received all new books thanks to the write books come pain? >> the initiative is aimed at improving students literacy. maybe we can turn the page on the traffic tonight but i doubt it. >> i do wish but i think we have another hour and then things may start to improve. for now rick and monica. traffic is stopped on the ramp, from the blue route to the schuylkill. they are trying to straighten out the trailer jackknifed on the ramp. if you know someone that uses a ramp, coming -- on the big picture. in glenolden, a pole by the
burger king traffic light troubles at rising sun. the protesters are out and about at city hall on north broad street. watch out congestion, stoppage going on at magnolia. a crash at evesham avenue at walgreens and a crash at 12 avenue and haddonfield avenue could be a better bet and pennsville a downed pole blocking the ram from 295 northbound to 95. on the regional rails a bunch of delays this afternoon not substantially worse than normal even though we are some slippery rail season with all the wet leaves on the tracks. >> thank you. much more still ahead on "action news" tonight. we are learning more about the missing california mother who was found alive on thanksgiving morning. her husband is now speaking out. >> plus, passengers were shocked when a woman opened the emergency exit on a plane and jumped out. we are following with the
hear walt "clyde" frazier with this topic. the husband of a california mother that went missing for three weeks after a reported kidnapping is speaking out tonight. keith papini says his wife was covered in black and blue bruises and only weighed 87 pounds and was tossed from a car with a bag over her head. she was found on the side of a preway on thanksgiving and disappeared while jogging on december 2nd and police are searching for the alleged captors described as two women driving a dark suv. and worker at o'hare airport have gone ton strike. they are demanding 15 there's an hour, o'hare is the seccest
busiest airport in the country and a hub for united and american airlines, they expect delays especially for the two airlines but chicago's department of aviation says they don't expect major disruptions. authorities will not charge a woman on a united airlines flight who opened an emergency exit and jumped out. it happened at bush couldn't tental airport in houston, the woman opened the money door and jumped on to the wing and on to the tarmac and started to run away from the plane. passengers say the whole thing caught them off guard. >> we were sitting on the grown she undid the door and jumped out of the plane and started to rundown the tarmac toward the terminal. >> never seen anything like this before in my life. >> the woman did not get far and was transported to the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. jaime is here with fallout
for the first loss at home for the eagles. >> yes. it appears that the season is slip ago way. yes there are five games to go but 11th place in the nfc. lets stop talking about the playoffs. last night the eagles loss to the packers 27-13 their first home loss of the year and the packers first win in five games. and the first rubbing touch down of his career and the only one for the birds. aaron rogers fantastic. eagles defense no answer for him. coach peterson says the team is pointed in the right direction. >> yes, i agree it may not show on the scoreboard and with the wins and losses and i totally get that, we are in this business to win games that is why we are here. but at the same time i look at the process and the plan and i
use those words because those are words that we use around here because there is a plan and there is a process. >> the process at this point is how to groom wentz to have a career like rogers without the weapons at his disposal. donovan mcnabb says it's not about this year anymore. >> what do you think the chances of making the playoffs now? >> i think the focus should be on the next game, cleaning up the mistakes and ensuring tackles and block the right guy and be accountable for your mistakes this is a year which as a player you don't want to hear the bee rebuilding phase. these guys are learning new offense and defense and playing against opponents that have experience and take something out of it and see what happens in the next couple of years, patience is important for not only the players but for the fans as well.
>> by the way the good fuse is jordan matthews has just a right ankle sprain and the same tore temple's walker he has a foot injury. and owls getting ready for the -- and bad news given these guys have to keep up with the navy offense that scored 75 points last week. temple back in the title game for the sec straight year and they are not satisfied with just getting there this year. >> we didn't end last year how we wanted to. we want to win the game this year. and having that experience and understanding what it takes to win. and just having the group of guys, this group of seniors being their last year taking that tough loss to houston, it's going to motivate us more. >> more from the owls saturday morning on the temple play book, and coach rule joins me at 9:45
a.m. and see the game here temple and navy fighting for the acc title kickoff from annapolis maryland at noon here on channel 6. and the flyers and bruins play tonight as do penn and villanova. >> thank you jaime. still to come on "action news" it's looking like christmas at the white house. we'll show you the highlights of tonight's decorations sp spanningself rooms. looking outside at a soggy philadelphia international airport. and adam joseph has your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record, fly, gary, fly. ...his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song... ...his sister can live stream it...
but these guys have had seasons. invite two people to new york. that's it. tony: okay. have lamar or the residents in bulgaria dealing with winds and snow. it continued into today and some parts have more than 8 inches of snow causing hours long traffic jams. more than 3100 snowplows are working to clear the roads. >> let it stay in bulgaria. >> we have a soggy situation here. the storm track so far this fall tracking the storms to the west and warm air comes in and 60s and rain and see how long that pattern lasts.
>> we could be 70 degrees into almost december. look agent stormtracker 6 live double scan the heavy of the rain is off the coast. we are still seeing some lingering showers and a pocket or two of a few heavier downpours, now lifting northern of philadelphia, and southern montgomery and southern buck county and especially intomerser county and one batch working to the north. that is jenkins town and those areas will dry out and we'll see a drying period tonight before the downpours and even a thunderstorm could reignite here on your wednesday. we are at 60 in philadelphia, 62 in wilmington and 66 in dover and a reminder december is just two days away and these numbers run aring above average. 59 in allentown and 57 in reading. fog is and issue for some of us sperlly later tonight and
numbers drop in lancaster never a half mile and 4 in philadelphia and 2 in allentown and better down to the south with a decent visibility in millville as well as dover. the first batch, the first round of energy heading into new england, you see the breaks in the clouds to the south and west and briefly stars reappear early on in the night and a warm front arrives to quickly throw the clouds back in and the low lying fog could limit seeing stars as well. as we look at satellite and radar down to the south we start to see severe weather break out within the last hour, this is the second area of rain that will pull itself together and lift to the northern and arrive here in the middle to latter part of your wednesday morning. tonight cloudy and mild and fog develops everywhere, 48 to 56 degrees for the overnight low, and again a great reminder if you don't have our app download the 6 abc news app. it gives you hour by hour
forecast and get stormtracker 6 live double scan radar, temperatures are warm going foo the middle of and upper 60s. early mountain morning, not having much of an early morning rush hour and patchy drizzle and a few showers south of philadelphia the heaviest holds off. and the warm front lifts to the north and a break at times during the afternoon tomorrow before the cold front arrives before midnight wednesday night and this is the heaviest rain and even a thunderstorm passes through and it's all out of here for the rush hour thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. and the sunshine will be back. as we look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast near 70 tomorrow and periods of rain at times, it will not be a washout from start to finish and a thunderstorm and breezy as the sun returns 58 degrees and step back down to more typical temperatures for early september here, friday breezy and 53 and 51 on saturday, and 49 partly sunny on sunday and sun and
clouds on monday as temperatures start to go up and the next chance of a storm comes on tuesday and that looks too warm for to be any frozen precipitation. >> with rain moving through our region stay with 6abc.com/weather for constant updates, stormtracker 6 live double scan radar shows where the heaviest rain is headed next and get regular updates by connecting our meteorologists on twitter and facebook. they celebrated entrepreneurs today in center city. philadelphia mayor, jim kenney provided opening remarks presented by pack-there is 1,000 participants.
and the annual white house gingerbread house is in the state dining room. isn't that pretty? it features 100 pounds of gingerbread and icing holding it together. it's on display in the blue room and a special display for the white house dogs beau and sunny. >> more coming up next at 6:00. a new reward is on the table to track down a hit and run driver that killed an 8-year-old girl. and motive for murder in the may fair section. >> and now they announce a makeover for the state house in new jersey. i'm monica malpass have a good night. "action news" at 6:00 is next.
y254jy yi0y is out indefinitely with a fractured vertebrae. what does this do to the grizzlies? mike: when you lose your best player, what happens? yoenis cespedes, four years, $110 million. that's a big deal, right? tony: $7.5 million a year. big deal. hits well with power. chanterelle henderson has been suspended 10 games for violation of the substance abuse policy. is that meteorologist, cecily tynan and jim gardner. tuesday night and a complete renovation is planned for a knowledge state house and police arrest a suspect wanted for sexual assault in buck county. but the big story on "action news" tonight is word of a big reward in the hit and run death of an 8-year-old girl. this is the scene in overbrook in philadelphia. this is where gianna powell was mowed down by a car only for the car to continue on. today officials announce rewards
totalling $25,000. "action news" reporter sara bloomquist is live at the scene of the crime. what are the details here. >> jim a very large reward $25,000 investigators said today this is the case that keeps them up at night. they are running down leads and now they need the public's house in tracking down the heartless hit and run driver and putting him behind bars. >> 8-year-old gianna powell's mother talked directly to the driver of car that hit and killed her daughter when the child walked home from school with her siblings. >> i had to lay my baby today. the hardest thing in my life. i don't get a prom, i don't get a graduation no marriage, no grandkids no nothing. so just turn yourself in. make it better for everybody. >> they have announced a new
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