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protesters were calling for and why two were arrested. a look right now at thon, 2017. we'll have at look at those who benefited from the dance marathon. those stories, but first, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast for spring lovers. >> reporter: this is your weekend, right? >> i love it. >> reporter: a beautiful shot center city skyline, lots of clear skies, we have high, thin clouds in some locations, otherwise it's bright blue. we're expecting a mostly sunny sky and very mild temperatures. the numbers are climbing we started out in the 20s in most locations. we're closing in on 40 degrees, 44 in millville. dover, 43. cape may, 46. atlantic city, 47. the wind have shifted out of the south that will continue pump in the warm air over the next 48
hours. satellite and radar nothing going on, sunny skies and clouds that's about it. forecasted high, get this, 65 degrees that's average for the middle of april. that's the forecasted high today. tomorrow it's warmer, it could be around 67 or 68. there's a day in the seven-day forecast that's warmer than that. i'll have the details coming up with the seven day in ten minutes. >> look forward to it, thank you so much. 9:01. this morning a four-year-old boy is in the hospital with burns on his hands and feet and rear end. philadelphia housing authority police are investigating how the child got hurt. the boy lives in powton in west park parks which the housing authority owns. 911 was called around 1:00 a.m. the police officers were told the boy dumped hot water on himself. a killer storm swept through parts of southern california. you can see the damage caused major flooding and chaos for
drivers. marcy gonzalez is there. >> reporter: the gigantic sinkhole opened without warning. the woman was standing on her car. >> minutes later. >> i turned around for a second, the second car fell into the sinkhole. >> the second driver got out of the car before it fell in. the powerful storm eroded freeways, leaving this fire truck dangling over interstate 15. the firefighters escaping before the road gave out. around los angeles other roads overwhelmed by the floodwaters, forcing drivers to abandon there cars. >> a commute from hell. >> reporter: this mountain side giving way threatening homes below. >> the whole mountain is sliding. >> reporter: on the ground huge
sections of 138 turning into a muddy swamp. firefighters struggling to free stranded drivers. the driver in this car under able to get out before the floodwaters rushed in. another man electric you -- electrocuted by downed power lines. massive trees crushing cars, this man barely escaping in time. in huntington beach this man fighting against the heavy winds and rains trying to walk along the pier. during the height of the storm, 78,000 customers lost power in los angeles county alone. >> that was abc's marcy gonzalez with that report. back here in the area, a philadelphia firefighter collapsed overnight outside his firehouse. he is in stable condition at the hospital of university of pennsylvania. we're waiting to learn what happened here. we know the firefighter had just come back from an accident on the schuylkill expressway. medic 37 which works out of the
firehouse got him to the hospital. an early-morning fire forced the evacuation of the villanova school of business, there was an electrical fire in one of the rooms before 1:00 a.m. students were forced to evacuate as crews put the fire out. no injuries were reported. the cause is under investigation. officer arrested at least two protesters for assaulting philadelphia police during a demonstration last night, chopper 6 hd above the scene as protesters crossed broad street and cecil b. moore avenue. the officers were injured when they hit with pepper spray. not far from that scene, protesters were seen burning an american flag at broad and girl. a group called democracy is protesting against the victimizing of people by the trump administration. >> we shouldn't be just protesting about trump, but all
the ieshes of issues that issues that predate trump's election. 9:05. the dance marathon at penn state in full swing. you're looking at a live picture as someone is interviewing someone about their experience at thon. this is happy valley thon2017, they need dancing shy of 15 1/2 hours, they are going strong there. thon, the annual event to raise money against pediatric cancer. bob brooks was there in the thick of it all, he filed this report. >> reporter: at 6:00 p.m. sharp thon 2017 got moving. since then they have not stopped. 703 dancers, countless other
volunteers, they are working together to dance to raise funds for families and kids battling childhood cancer. it's volunteers making snacks behind the scenes to the little kids bravely fighting cancer cooling them off with squirt guns and parents are here with support. >> my daughter is spectacular. >> it gives them a break from their homes and hospitals. >> reporter: 11-year-old lane was battled pediatric kidney cancer since he was 1-year-old. >> we've lost so many friends along the way, we come and grieve with them, but at the same time we celebrate because you're dealing with something so devastating. >> reporter: it's crazy what the dancers do for kids who need help. i just crazy.
>> reporter: everyone loves an effort like this. just last year alone thon alone raised $9.7 million. okay another look at how incredible thon is, how it works, the fact they raised money goes to the charity called four diamonds that distributes the money to families with children battling cancer and penn state children's hospital. the song can you hear? it's all about love. i can tell you there's a ton of love going on here at thon 2017. reporting from the bryce jordon center bob brooks. >> 6abc will be covering thon all weekend long we're streaming it live at 6abc.com and the 6abc app. follow us on facebook and twitter for the conclusion
tomorrow afternoon. there's much more to come on "action news," after the oscars, the stars get hungry, a preview of what's on the menu at the governor's ball. she is one of the victims of violence in chicago, how an 11-year-old is giving 8 strangers a new chance at life. >> reporter: the holiday weekend is bright and sunny and warm with near record highs. details in the seven-day forecast coming up next.
>> all right, folks, so glad you're waking up with us saturday morning, 9:11 a.m., 32 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse over the commodore barry bridge. hey, spring lovers i know you're out there dancing somewhere, because today is going to be a great day. chris, i'm disappointed old man winter checked out. >> reporter: we were just talking, he is going to make up for this next winter. he will give me the blizzard next winter. lots of sunshine, a gorgeous weekend today and tomorrow, we'll feature high temperatures in the mid 60s we'll get close to record territory. a gorgeous weekend for february standards. lots of bright blue. we're not tracking any rain today or tomorrow, the next chance of rain is wednesday.
39 degrees in philadelphia. we're starting to improve quickly. dewpoint, 28. pressure 29.90 inches. winds are beginning to shift out of the west/southwest that's key as long as the wind is coming in the southerly direction that helps to warm things up in time of the year, we're already in the mid 40s across south jersey and delaware. philadelphia, wilmington, 40-degrees, allentown, 35. poconos almost 40 degrees you'll get into the low to mid 50s today up in the mountains. if you're heading north to do skiing it's mild there, as well. you have to go up to new england to get into any kind of chilly weather or snow or anything like that. even maine, vermont, new hampshire places that picked up 50 to 60 inches of snow, even those locations will warm up in the next two to three days. storm tracker 6 live we have this storm that will cut west
into the great lakes. all this moisture will fizzle out in the dry air in place over top of the mid atlantic. we'll see nothing more than cloud cover overnight from that, that's about it. more sunshine expected tomorrow. future tracker 6, lots of sunshine today. we're not tracking anything. by 11:00 p.m. we'll see the high, thin clouds overspread the region first, you'll wake up tomorrow morning to a pretty thick overcast. 7:00 a.m., it will be mainly cloudy everywhere. the clouds dissipate rapidly, by afternoon it's bright and sunny again. tomorrow is a gem, as well. i was just saying to gray i can't sit in doors and watch tv on a day like this. 635 degrees, we're starting out at 39. 1:00 p.m., 58. 3:00 p.m., 64. bright blue skies the whole way through. overnight tonight the numbers are warmer than the average high
for this time of the year. 40 degrees in allentown and reading, maybe millville, lancaster, places like that, pottstown, 47 for philadelphia winds out of the west at 5 to 10 miles per hour. again increasing clouds, cloudy first thing tomorrow morning with sunshine increasing by afternoon. in the exclusive accuweather forecast just shows an unbelievable week coming up here, especially for the middle of february. 65 today. 67 tomorrow, this is where the two numbers are average, april 18 for today, tomorrow, that's normal for april 24. breezy and cooler for monday, president's day, 52. even that number is well above the seasonal average. tuesday, sun and clouds, 52. 60 degrees wednesday morning rain afternoon sun, 66 thursday, we get into a warmup again, friday we're up to 68 degrees that's average for almost the beginning of may. that warm streak should continue at least for the next ten days. ten days later we'll be in the 50s and 60s.
>> you're loving it now. >> reporter: i am a spring fan i don't want anything more to do with winter, i'm done. >> happening in a half-hour, space x is expected to launch an unmanned spacecraft the dragon is heading to the international space station. it's packed with 5,000 pounds of cargo. an experiment nasa said it will take the dragon two days to catch up on the space station. there the crew will unload it and repack it with trash and other items to return to earth. for the first time we're hearing actor harrison's ford communication with air traffic control before his plane hit another plane in southern california. 74-year-old ford mistakenly identified his small plane as a helicopter, he was talking to the wrong to your and landed on
a taxi way not the approved runway. in doing so he just missed a packed american airline 7:37. folder has 20 years piloting experience, but several close calls along the way. everyone wants to know who is going home with an oscar after this year's academy awards. before they go home many stop at the governor's ball that takes place immediately after the oscar ceremony for the 23 consecutive year. there are made to order sushi and burgers and bake potatoes and oscars made of salmon and chocolate and dusted in gold. they say the stars will not go home hungry. you can watch the oscars hosted by jimmy kimmel on sunday february 26th right here on 6abc. in our suvs,
a victim of gun violence, her death is helping 8 people. her family donated her organs. >> this family's selfless act ena little bit -- enables others how different the world can be. >> homes was an uninteppedded target -- unintended target in a drug war. civil rights leaders in michigan say sis racism is at the core of water crisis in
flint. columbia university strengthening its procedures after it sent e-mails to 277 prospective students, the notices incorrectly implied they were admitted to the public school masters program. the school said the initial notice was sent by mistake. columbia attributed that mixup to human error. the powerball jackpot continues to grow. tonight's drawing has an estimated jackpot $349 million. that's about a 213 million-dollar lump sum cash value. there has not been a jackpot winner since december. get your tickets. you can see saturday winningest numbers on 6abc at 11:00 p.m. here's a look at what's happening in and around the area this weekend, the philly home and garden show has opened its doors for a second year at the greater philadelphia expo center
in oaks, montgomery county. look for the 11 chandeliers that were designed and built by high school students around the region. you can vote on the one you like the most. i will be there meeting and greeting our viewers. the home and garden show happens today from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and tomorrow 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. take a dip in the atlantic ocean the polar bear plunge happens in sea isle city. you can celebrate carnival at the mummers mardi gras in manayunk at shores' lane. the winter spectacular we are told is for the entire family. that's a look at what's happening this weekend, sports is next. still ahead on "action news," it's the answer sixers fans want
>> so glad you stayed with us, your time, 9:24, 32 degrees outside, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over the philadelphia international airport. snow lovers so sorry, 60s today and tomorrow. loving this. in sports this morning, sixers big man joel embiid is talking about playing again and the frustration of being hurt. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: it's the big question when will joel embiid finally play again. impede said he will probably -- embiid said he will run when the
sixers return from the all star break. embiid has missed 11 straight games because of the bone bruise and small meniscus tearful moment embiid and sixers fans cannot wait for him to suit up. >> it's frustrating after missing two years and you get hurt again you have to miss so much sometime, it's annoying, i want to play, i want to show what i can do. i got to take my time. >> reporter: embiid wanted to play last night, instead he is watching his teammates in the rising stars challenge. okafor scores ten. team world hits the 3 right there. world wins 150-141 down at all star weekend. phillies manager said he can ski it in their eyes, the phillies will be better in 2017.
ducis rogers has more from clearwater from the phillies first full squad workout. >> reporter: with the gang all here, the manager gave his players this message. >> work hard, enjoy the fight to where you want to be. don't be late, do everything right and follow the rules and compete. >> reporter: everything but say your prayers and eat nor vitamins. the full squad work out left the skipper up beat. >> you can see it they are going to be a better team this year and eager and working out with a lot of the energy and everybody is in a great move. >> reporter: phillies have not played a game, but they see the addition of kendrick playing a role. >> they are using the big part of the field with bases loaded trying to drive in one, good chance you'll get more, if you
try to drive in four, you might not get any. >> i've heard for a long time, he has a lot of energy. >> reporter: i've played against them for a few years, they have had great years, to try to come in and build on that. >> reporter: having a veteran like howie kendrick can certainly help the ball club. with the phillies, ducis rogers channel 6 "action news." >> mccann none hoping they can hover around 500, that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> this morning we have exciting casts news to tell you about, the legendary james earl jones will be repriving -- reviving his role in the voice of the lion king. he said he looks for to working with the legend.
disney the parent company of 6abc. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. a talking doll is banned in germany. while the doll may be doing too much listening. don't call it a comeback unless you want to. wait until you hear about this one. >> plus a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, meteorologist chris sowers "action news" saturday at 9:00 comes right back.
"action news," saturday at 9:00 a.m., an 8-year-old girl stabbed in the head. we have details on why the suspect lashed out at the girl. police arrest a man who volunteers for the girl scouts, we'll tell you what investigators allegedly found inside his home. plus, less than 100 days after taking office, president donald trump is back on the campaign trail. those stories in a moment, but first, outside we go, meteorologist chris sowers with the accuweather forecast. you will not need that coat for the day. >> reporter: i will need it for another hour or two. i will retire it for a t-shirt. temperatures are chilly, we're hanging out in the 30s in most locations, 44 in millville. cape may and atlantic city, 47. dover, 43. philadelphia closing in on 40. lakehurst 43, wilmington 39.
satellite and radar showing mostly clear conditions across the mid atlantic states this morning as well as northeast. you do see the clouds approaching from the southwest. they will get in here overnight tonight and they will keep the skies mainly cloudy tonight which will help to keep the temperatures on the mild side. even the overnight lows tonight are not dropping down all that much. in the meantime it's a touch of spring this weekend, we have a huge area of high pressure planted over top of the eastern seaboard. it's like a heat pump high. it will bring unusual warm weather east of the mississippi. we could see temperatures in the 50s and 60s for the at least ten days. it's february, it will feel like the end of march and the first part of april. gorgeous stuff. you can see hour by hour, 11:00 a.m., 50, mostly sunny. 1:00 p.m., we're jumping up to 60. 3:00 p.m., 64. 5:00 p.m., there's another 64. somewhere in between the two we
manage the high of 65. a beautiful start to the weekend. it actually gets warmer tomorrow and warmer still in the seven-day forecast. i'll be back along in ten minutes or so with these details. look forward to the update. 9:32 a.m., an 8-year-old girl remains in the hospital after an disturbing attack. police in collingdale, delaware county say she was stabbed in the head with a butcher knife. the alleged attacker a neighbor is in jail. dann cuellar has all the details. >> reporter: did you stab that baby. 21-year-old bashir had nothing to do, but covered her face after police say what she did. >> sick, i don't care what you're arguing about, what you're fighting about you have a baby in the mix you're going to pull a butcher knife out. >> reporter: it began before 4:00 p.m. in the 500 block of mcdade boulevard. second floor where the horrific chaos broke out. the suspect was not happy with
how her neighbor's daughter, the 8-year-old victim was babysitting her toddler. >> there was a confrontation over babysitting skills or whatever, an argument ensued. >> reporter: a neighbor who lives downstairs was asleep and awoke to a nightmare. >> she stabbed the girl with a knife. >> reporter: police arrived on the scene to find a man holding a girl outside with a towel wrapped around her head. >> she has a 4-inch gash on this area of her head it's quite deep and quite wide. officers rushed the child to fitzgerald mercy and transported to children's hospital. neighbors say police were called to the suspect's apartment so many times in the past they practically live there. recently she was seen chasing her boyfriend down the middle of street with a hammer in a snowstorm. the chief wants justice. >> she deserves everything she
gets. >> reporter: i'm dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> happening right now, police are searching for the person who shot and killed a 38-year-old man. officers say someone shot the victim in the chest in the 4100 block of lidey avenue in parkside around 1:00 a.m. police officers rushed the unidentified victim to penn presbyterian, the victim died. a motive not clear. a north philadelphia donut shop is severely damaged by a car crash. chopper 6 hd flew above the scene at fresh donut at 7th and girard. the accident happened at 10:30 p.m. the car ended up halfway into the business. thankfully nobody was hurt. licensing and inspections is checking the stability of building. police are looking for what caused the driver to lose control. a 7-year-old girl in britain is proof that it is good to speak up. chole sent a letter to google asking the company to higher her. she highlighted her math skills
and her ability to work on a tablet. google ceo encouraged her to go after her dreams. she said she likes google because at the offices they have bean bags and slides. this morning a cherry hill man who volunteered for the girl scouts is out on bond following his arrest on child pornography charges. police arrested this man philip shepherd during an early morning raid. they found images of child pornography inside his home. shepherd we are told is a software engineer. your time 9 5:00 a.m., just a month into his presidency, donald trump is back in campaign mode while mike pence makes his first trip overseas. >> u.s.a.!
>> reporter: president trump is back on the road. >> we're here today to celebrate american engineering and american manufacturing. we are also here today to celebrate jobs, jobs. >> reporter: touring a boeing plant in south carolina touting their new plane. >> the name says it all, dream liner. great name. >> reporter: just one month after taking office, trump is in campaign mode literally. later today holding his first campaign rally for the 2020 election. he is setting high expectations. >> i'll be in melbourne, florida, the crowds are massive. >> reporter: a change in venue for the president this weekend, but not a change in tone when it comes to the press. trump tweeting the fake news media is not my enemy, the enemy of the american people. it comes after he ripped into
reporters earlier this week. >> quiet, quiet. >> reporter: focusing only the press during his 77 minute news conference. >> this is fake news, the press should be ashamed of themselves. >> reporter: meanwhile, vice president pence turned his attention toward security as questions mount about administration ties to russia. the united states will continue to hold russia accountable even as we search for new common ground as you know president trump believes can be found. >> reporter: john mccain suggesting there's a long road ahead. in many respects this administration is in disarray they have a lot of work to do. >> that was abc' mary bruce. >> reporter: solbury school in bucks county is the subject of a lawsuit. a woman claims she was sexually abused by lyle tazele.
she said the relationship started when she was a high school senior. she said he groomed her and forced her to perform various sex acts. the lawsuit comes this week after lawsuit details half century of sexual abuse at the boarding school. >> each victim will carry the weight and the guilty of these crimes as i have and continue to feel they were at fault. >> he was eventually fired from the school for alleged em -- embezzlement. penn state's thon is continuing around the clock. lane burger has battled cancer for decades. >> it's crazy what the dancers doing for the kids who need help.
>> dancing for a good cause. the four diamond fund distributes all the money raised to families of cancer patients at the children's hospital. they brought in almost $10 million last year. there's much more to come on "action news," saturday morning at 9:00 including. >> reporter: erin o'hern this is anita, one of the pups saved by the animal alliance in lambertville, new jersey our shelter winner this week. learn more about anita and others on "action news" this morning. >> ahead tips on how you can dress your kids and earn money while you do it. of course we'll get a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. prepare for the 60s today. we're back after this.
>> nearly 700 young swimmers competed last night for a chance to make it to the junior aolympics, it took place in the tioga center. they hail from 25 clubs in five states. competition continues through sunday. good luck to them. >> so glad you stayed with us, let's talk about the forecast. not too long ago, meteorologist chris sowers was hoping for winter and snow. >> reporter: that's not going to happen, we'll look ahead toward spring. we started with chilly numbers
we had low temperatures in the mid 20s, this afternoon most of us will be in the mid 60s and then tomorrow it's warmer. i'll show you those numbers in just a moment. in the meantime there's a shot of platt bridge. you can see all the sunshine glistening down. let's flip it over to the radars. the holiday weekend look good, today, tomorrow, monday, look dry. cooler for monday, today and tomorrow we could break records if yes get enough sunshine and warmth in here today. we'll be closer to the record high tomorrow. both today and tomorrow beautiful. days above average for philadelphia, january 1 through today and this what it looks like here, we've had 15 days where the high temperature has been anywhere from 1 to 5 degrees above average. look at this, we've had two days where the high temperature was 21 to 25 degrees above the average high and we've had two that were close to 30 above normal. we'll add to these numbers today
and tomorrow. it's been an believable mild weather on the heels of an unbelievable mild winter last year. outside the snow in january that's the only winter weather we've had. 44 in philadelphia. 35 in allentown. poconos closing in on 40 degrees at this hour. slightest breeze out of the south at 5 to 10 miles per hour. if there's a complaint that will be it, there will be a slight breeze 5 to 15 miles per hour. outside of that, this is a peck peck -- picture-perfect day. high, thin clouds from the southwest, today mostly sunny. the clouds roll in overnight tonight. the other weather to speak of across the lower 48 is in california. los angeles picked up one to three inches of rain in the last 24 hours.
the deserts have picked up a tremendous amount of water it is sliding east and push into the four corner states. that's the trend all winter long, they get battered along the west coast we see decent weather along the eastern seaboard. future tracker 6 nothing more than a few high, thin clouds overnight tonight. into tomorrow morning. by tomorrow afternoon full sunshine. 65 degrees is the high for philadelphia today. wilmington, 66. millville, 66. cape may, 60. in case you're wondering the normal is 44. lehigh valley, 62, 63. these numbers are warmer than the average high. 47 in philadelphia. trenton, 44. wilmington and millville, 46 and then we fast forward into sunday, the modeling has us at 67. i've seen a few other models at 68, 69. the only problem we get into monday, a back door cold front slides through, it will cool us off, these numbers for monday
are above average, it will be cooler compared to the 65 we see today and the 67 or 68 that we see for tomorrow. you can see that difference there. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, enjoy this, 65 today, 67 for tomorrow, monday's breezy and cooler, high of 52. still cool tuesday, 52 degrees, both days well above the seasonal average. here comes another string of 60s, wednesday, 60 degrees, thursday, sunny and pleasant, 66. friday, sun and clouds, 68 degrees, that's normal for may. easy peasy. >> i guess your buddy old man winter is not -- >> reporter: not on speaking terms. >> parents in germany are being warned that their daughter's talking doll could be a spy. the hackers could steal personal information by recording private
conversations over a bluetooth connection. the dolls manufactured in the u.s. have been pulled off shelves and banned in germany. this week was a "shelter me rescue of the week" takes us to lambertville, new jersey. erin o'hern now with the story. >> reporter: we never set out to have more than two cats and a dog. >> we have five cats. >> reporter: the jones family keeps growing. all our animals have been rescues. >> reporter: they have five cats, one dog and three kids. each of their children have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum. >> you go to a shelter rescuing animals sometimes they are rescuing you. >> reporter: when they were adopting ruby they saw cheese cake at the shelter. >> the cat had only one eye, how can i say no.
>> reporter: cheese cake came home. the news addition to the jones family came from the animal alliance in lambertville, new jersey. >> reporter: this is the 16th year for the animal alliance. >> we specialize our efforts in animals who were victims of abuse and neglect. alley. she is special she has great if you are. abigail was found as a stray. >> he is an active dog he loves people and loves other dogs, too. >> reporter: my will a, is 6 careers old. she had nine puppies in foster home. >> mila thinks she is a lap dog. >> this is anita she doesn't
like other dogs, so a house by herself. if like to share your success stories post a picture to facebook page using the #6abc "shelter me rescue of the week" tell us where you adopped -- adopted your pet and how much they mean to you we'll feature your story on an upcoming "shelter me rescue of the week" segment. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news." we just moved into this house
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details. >> reporter: our kids yoa grow our cloths -- outgrow our clothes to quickly i feel i have a mountain of give aways. >> mom and entrepreneur started my kids threads in newtown, bucks county, three years ago. >> i realized how difficult it was to outfit them in nice clothing without breaking the bank. >> reporter: kids threads is 80% below retail. >> this retails for $100 and we have it on the site for 39. you can request a free bag with a prepaid shipping label. we offer 40 or 50% of the retail price based on on your payoff methods. most moms use a store credit and purchase the next size up.
>> reporter: the consignment period is one year. >> we've had moms earn up to $1,000 consigning with us. >> ladies listen up, upscale boutique in knit wit has lost is lease, and they are having a sale. >> we'll be here until the end of march. different designers and styles and everything from clothes to shoes to hats. the store is 1729 chestnut street. the owner said she is looking for a new space in philadelphia. we'll keep you posted. i'm nydia han, channel 6 "action news." ♪
it can even bring a kid out of her shell. before we go, a lot of people like this guy today. >> reporter: a little record warmth, pretty nice, a 5 degrees, we'll -- 65 degrees, we'll fall short of the record of 69. tomorrow, 68. 6 a for wednesday, 66 thursday, friday, look at this, that's the warmest day, up to 68 degrees. good job chris. time 9:56 start your weekend off right by raising a glass it's national drink wine day. today is the day to branch out
and try something new, chris sowers, this unofficial national holiday is a great excuse to visit a winery or attend a wine tasting. wine in moderation can have health benefits. moderation is the key. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight. we're back tomorrow morning beginning at 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, get in tune with your favorite musicians actors and performers, we'll introduce you to this 6abc loves the arts. and watch thon streaming live for 46 hours straight. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. have a great day.
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