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6abc.com. once again sara bloomquist is off and alicia vitarelli is joining us as we continue our countdown to super bowl lii. our philadelphia eagles just 11 days and five houra way from the big game. >> yes, we are counting and the fields are almost complete in minneapolis. it has 55 thousand seats and expanded to 73,000 for the super bowl. this is a great shot of the field here. the eagles logo and name both painted on one end of the end zone there. and the stadium sure to have tons of eagles fans and they get this place rocking sunday february 4th. >> back here the excitement continues at lincoln financial field for eagles fans. walter perez joins us live. and season ticket holders lucky enough to buy super bowl tickets are coming to pick them up. and they are excited, need it's
to say. >> no doubt about it. you know the look when the kids were little and you gave them a chocolate chip cookie, that is the look on the eyes of adults walking into the linc they are not here for a cookie but for a ticket to super bowl lii. >> what could make eagles fans happier than they already are? how about getting their hands on super bowl tickets. >> i am thrilled a lifelong resident of philadelphia and it hasn't happened often it's good to see. they were among the relatively few that won the super bowl ticket lottery and they arrived for the opportunity to buy tickets at face value. they know they beat the odds to be chosen and that makes anthony' story that much more amazing. >> actually i won ticket in 2004. could you imagine?
when they played new england is that funny? let me get that rubbed off on me. i should buy a lottery ticket. that is just wrong, any way season ticket holders that won the lottery can pick up their tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. and inc capitol hill p.m. but david of ocean city say he came today because he did not want to come close to the deadline, it's unbelievable we are going back and i was there in 2004 when they went and i'm getting redemption. we are going to beat the patriots. >> once again the deadline is tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. any unclaimed tickets will be returned to the nfl to distribute any way they see if it. wouldn't that be a shame? walter perez, channel 6 "action news." >> good thing to go pick them up. thank you. >> midnight green if minnesota
the color the eagles wear for super bowl lii. showing patches being sewn on uniforms and the patriots announced that they will be wearing their road white jerseys. and our bobin minneapolis right now where it all happens 11 days from today. see his latest report this afternoon coming up on "action news." and our coverage of eagles fans fever continues at 6abc.com fromp amazon's alexa picking the birds to win and big winners already thanks to the eagles underdog fever. philadelphia police are hoping that surveillance video will help them track down a gunman after four people were shot in north philadelphia and two victims were just 13 years old. and police were called to ridge avenue at with the 30 last night and officers found 20 shell casings and a 22-year-old man was shot three times and in
stable condition and two 13-year-old victims were shot and in stable condition. they were believed to have been caught in the crossfire. an armed robbery at a philadelphia market was caught on surveillance camera, it happened at the mini market on the 600 block of west clear field street in west philadelphia. the video shows the moment the robber held a gun at the man hint the counter. nobody was injured. some of the children ran into classrooms to hide and others ran out of the building when a student opened fire at a high school in kentucky. two were killed and 19 others were hurt and five are in the hospital fighting for their lives. dashry quiche has the latest on the tragedy. >> parents held their children tighter tuesday night in southwest kentucky. leaning on their faith and friends in vigils like this overnight. residents looking for answers. there is no classes here at marshall county high school
today and two students are dead and more than a dozen others wounded. >> marshall high school active shooter. the shooter is still on site. >> more than 100 students were collected in a popular hangout spot when police say a 15-year-old classmate pulled out a handgun and started shooting. >> we ran to the library office and went in there and sat down and locked the doors. >> he looked lifeless, i can't explain it. i have flashbacks of this kid. i can hear the gunshots. >> 14 males and six females were injured in the chaos. and 15-year-old bailey hope died at the scene. >> one of our first troop arrived on the scene saw the young lady that died on the scene and thought it was his daughter. because she had been dropped off at this sch this morni well. police arrested a 15-year-old
boy charged with murder and attempted murder and they visited his home and talked to his family and have not shared what they think led up to the shooting. >> why? this is a small town and some people say they know the shooter but there is no motive at this time. zachary quiche, channel 6 "action news." breaking now a sentencing hearing for former team usa gymnastics doctor for sexual abuse is underway now. the court heard from several more of larry nasser's accusers, more than 160 women and girls testified against him. he faces a prison term of 25 to 40 years and addressed his accusers a short time ago. >> an apology to all of you it's impossible to write and convey, i will carry your words with me for the rest of my days. >> the judge told nasser that he
will be quote, in darkness the rest of his life. >> we want to go back to the breaking news stories. gray hall is live at the high school where it was on lockdown because of weapons that two student as apparently brought in this morning. what is the latest? >> reporter: well rick, we just got here moments ago and we can tell you this is an active scene trying to get you the latest information on the breaking news stories. i want to set the scene, there say ambulance that just arrived and police cars on scene. so far it appears that the school is still on lockdown. we are not sure why the ambulance whereas brought in and working to get you that information. earlier this morning chopper 6 hd was flying over the school parkway northwest high school in german town. police say that two students are suspect issed of bringing guns to school and cameras rolling as police escorted two students out of the school in handcuffs. we don't know the direct involvement in the case.
initial reports are that at least one of the guns involved in this was a bb gun and clear if they were found or fired. both students were taken into police custody and the school was on lock down at 10:32 and police are inside of the school searching the property to see if there is more weapons inside. back out live an active situation, we are trying to get some sound from the school district we saw a representative of the school just arrived. and we hope to get more information to clear this all up. that is the latest from now, two students taken into custody. two weapons found here on campus. one of those weapons was a bb gun. gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. turning now to the forecast, colder air has returned and with the wind it's feeling like winter all over again.
meteorologist, karen rogers, joins us on the terrace with accuweather. back to reality. >> spring was nice for a few days and temperatures in the 50s and two days of temperatures in the 60s. now it feels like january. lets look at satellite and radar. it's hard to see but we see breaks in the clouds and feels better out here now with some of that sunshine and you see a good amount of cloud cover through the region. and the temperatures have not gone far. 40 in bethlehem and 39 in pottstown and 44 in long wood and 40 in media, and 43 in center city. and they will stay in the low 40s today. 42 in browns mills and 45 in vineland and 45 in vinelan and fortescue. we have a 22 miles per hour wind gust in philadelphia. although the temperature is 43 the windchill is 35 in the city. and even colder than that in
some of the other places like reading and millville where it feels barely above freezing now. it's winter time. here is what is looks like for the next 12 hours, temperatures hold in the low 40s and clouds and sunny breaks here and there. and not full sunshine. 2:00, 44 and 4:00, 43 degrees and 6:0040 and 8:00 at night upper 30s and then the mid-30s at 10:00. sitting around the freezing mark at midnight. and 29 at 2:00 a.m. when you wake up tomorrow morning for the bus stop or work windchills are in the teens and 20s, getting even colder overnight and more on that in the seven-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you karen. more ahead on "action news" at 12:30, money was seen lying all over the chicago roadway and police scrambled to pick up all the bills. >> and the ice is jammed in the connecticut river and tugboats are brought in to break it up. we'll tell you about that frozen
tums chewy bites. the first trial linked to terror attacks in paris began today on november 13th 2015. attacks on the cafes and the concert hall that left 130 people dead. it was the country's deadliest extremist violence since world war ii and the islamic state group claimed responsibility. special counsel robert mueller may be moving closer to an interview with president trump. he wants to know more about the dismissals of james comey and michael flynn. special counsel is looking into those constitute improper efforts to persuade the investigation into russia and the trump campaign. and a crash spilled crash all over the highway.
and a mad dash to recover the money. it happened on i-74 in champagne county, illinois. troopers spent time recovering the cash and it was from a video gambling machine and the driver transporting the machine lost control and struck a guardrail before hitting another car. there is no word yet if all the bills were accounted for. >> visit philadelphia celebrated a year of successes this morning and right now of course the eagles top that list. mayor jim kenney was among those singing the team's praises at visit philadelphia ninth annual breakfast in center city. they previewed events and projects for 2018. that song will echo through my head for the next few months. >> if not longer. still ahead another check of the forecast for you out there. stepping live outside, sky 6 hd
breaking news we learn the that the former team usa gymnastics doctor is sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison. the court heard from several accusers, more than 160 women and girls testified against him telling the stories of how he sexually assaulted them and getting 40 to 175 years in prison here in michigan. and now a check of the accuweather forecast with meteorologist, karen rogers, what did you tell us back to reality? >> that is right. because it's still winter even though it felt like spring recently. lets look at stormtracker 6 live double scan we are dry through
the area today. unlike yesterday that is the good news, lets go outside and see what is looks like, we are catching breaks in the clouds and you get the idea looking at the commodore barry bridge looking live here a picture looks like a painting and a beautiful city. and cars moving around okay. and lots of clouds out there. the temperature is 43 degrees and 20 too with a dry atmosphere in place. the winds out of the northwest sustained at 16 gusts of 25 miles per hour and the pressure is rising and the windchill feels like 35 degrees. lets look at the range in temperatures. 26 in mt. pocono and 43 in the city and 39 in cape may. we woke up with temperatures in the low 40s and they have not budged much over the last few
hours but they certainly have over the last 24 hours, 21 degrees colder in mt. pocono than yesterday. 13 degrees colder in the city and 19 colder in dover, delaware. a big change in 24 hours and another change coming tonight when temperatures drop further. satellite 6 along with action radar showing a good amounts of cloud cover and lake-effect showers out to the north and west. and that will impact us but breaks in the clouds over the city and that is why we have the pretty shots we are looking at. we look at the next few hours, the wind look like the 30s despite a high of 44 at 2:00 and 4:0043 degrees and sitting at 40 in the evening hours and dip to the 30s after that. look what happens overnight with the windchills. 44 in the city and reaching 40 in allentown and reading and 41 degrees in cape may, so through most of the area temperatures in the low 40s today and who is our actual normal high for this date. future tracker showing the windchills and kids coming home from school. 36 is what it feels like in the
city. but barely freezing in the lehigh valley. 31 degrees. advancing this to 10:30 windchills in the 20s but how about tomorrow morning, getting up for work or school. these are the windchills at 7:00 in the morning feeling like is the teens and 20s at times another big change coming and colder air tomorrow afternoon we get a high of 38 and beautiful sunshine in the afternoon hours and the windchills most of the day feel like the 20s. getting evening colder and your exclusive accuweather forecast, and the high is deceiving with the gusty wind and feeling like the 30s most of the time and feeling like the 20s much of the day. friday mostly sunny skies and 44. and saturday mild again 57 degrees for your high. if you have errands to do or outdoor plans run them on saturday and enjoy the 57 because sunday although mild in the warm sector ahead of the
cold front we hit 59 and we see rain when the front passes through and 46. and upper level disturbance for a rain or snow shower at night. and chilly sunshine and temperatures again dipping down to the upper 30s but we are not seeing in the seven day any of that frigid air. we end up a lot better than we started temperature-wise. >> thank you. in delaware county. a home and garden store is designed to blur the line between the indoors and the outdoors. just like the restaurant locate the inside in this fyi philly. >> reporter: when you arrive at terrain the outside nursery greets you with greenery. >> the nursery buys whatever they can from our area. and the insides are all local. >> we try to be as sustainable as possible. >> walk further and a whole lot
more. can you find vases to candles. and we have unique products you condition find anywhere else. >> cookbooks and extents and soaks. >> i love it in here and i don't want to leave. >> behind all the rustic retail you'll find the garden cafe, you take your time shopping and then a garden cafe in the back. >> the cafe is in a greenhouse, we try to have the atmosphere that embodies that farm house culture. and it's light and airy. and the menu items are seasonable and we rely on the boundy around us. try the carmel apple french toast or chicken four ways. celery leaf and salad. like the wheat berry kale. and hardy burgers, and they bake
their bread in what else? a flower pot. >> everybody that sits down gets this. >> even the butter is seasonable. and we have a little bit of sea salt on top. and barista for your hot drinks. at holiday time order fresh baked pies and we sold over 300 pies for thanksgiving last year just for pickup to go. >> and salted honey pie. >> the top caramelizes because of all the honey in there. >> check out the garden cafe for fresh fair in a greenhouse. for f i philly i'm melissa magee. eligible for medicare?
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♪ ♪ that is the song that just doesn't get hold. kenwood middle school high school band put on this version of the fight song. they
will keep on cheering the birds all the way through the super bowl ♪ fly eagles fly ♪ on the road to victory eagles! >> she didn't quite spell eagles right but this little girl has team spirit. she is only 2 years old. that is lucy from berwyn. she is a big eagles fan. and has the bow and pom poms. oh yeah.he song right you don't have to spell it right. >> we get the the feeling. >> were you doing a little eagles dance? >> i should stop. >> she needed pom poms.
>> i used to be a cheerleader, that is what i'm missing. you better watch it. a high today of 44 and sitting at 43
right now and mostly cloudy and chillier in the studio just saying. temperatures drop to the upper 30s by 8:00 under mostly cloudy skies and i want to give you a quick warning about tomorrow morning's bus stop teens and 20s. >> i cheered just not as well. >> that explain a lot. "action news" don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >> for karen rogers, rick williams davurphy and sara bloomquist and the entire "action news" team i'm alicia vitarelli have a great day.
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