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ood talk about madness. of all of the teams, villanova the number one not in elite eight this weekend. for those that had kansas winning at all, tear up the bracket. former brown on hand for the elite game first, tyler dorsey, beats the clock, banks a three from out. 27 for dorsey, beat up k.u. kansas upset byegon going to thr for the first time in nearly 80
years kentucky. gone za ga, john hopkins can't . end of the first, gon no left, xavier at the buzzer. didn't count. it off in time. out of the way,a going to the find four. gonzaga wins, congratulations to them, they'll play s south carolina or florida. >> move over vince vaughan, brandon brooks crashes the wedding of an eagle fan. brooks was invited by a fan he doesn'tno he met. he showed up at the ceremony in
ohio to see the couple say i do. jeff lane sent the eagle a letter and said why not? free food, free drinks and a good time. >> he's so big he looks like a cut out. >> family and friends say goodbye to joni sledge. his father was a oicer that died before he was born. brad fox junior event honoring his dad. those stories and more when we come back.
>> ♪ ♪ "action news" continues. ♪ >> saturday night. i'm walter what's happening on "action news" at 11:30. it too lones for a storm to destroy a church. >> and fire when a plane slams into a georgia. and how hundreds helped brad fox junior celebte and honor his dad along the way. >> a violent day on the strip in las vegas. first a robbery i jewelry
store inside a well known hotel and then a shooting and standoff in a bus. we have details from gonzales. >> a assistantoff on the las vegas strip, a swat team surrounding a gunman two people on a bus killing one of them. this after a robbery that caused a lock down. armed and disguised in animal masks. three suspects carried high-end heist inside the bellagio. >> i noticed a person in a pig mask with something long and black in one hand and a gun in the other hand. >> the thieves using sledge hammers to smash their way into the before 1:00 this morning. police say no one was hurt and
wouldn't reveal how much the awe making what investigators describe as a clumsy escape. >> they attempted to flee the scene in a vehicle. failed to s. they tried to carjack others. that didn't work on foot. >> police have one suspect and are tracking down the other. marcy gonzales, "action news." >> clean up is under way after stro the south leaving behind destruction. martha grig's church of 40was d. bibles were scattered in the debris. >> i was so thankful no one was in the building. no one got hurt. >> a mobile home torn apart. >> federal investigators are
trying to figure out what sent a small plane spiraling into a neighborhood in georgia. >> the house i a plane just crashed. >> this was the scene outside atlanta yesterday evening aftere bursting the plane into fire. the driver was killed. homeowners were at church saying they were saved -- >> by the grace put it. >> friends, family and fans of joni sledge gathered inside thed farewell to the legendary singer. ♪ >> thehi the founding neighborsf
the group for the platinumec "we are family." >> she was 61. >> a six-year-old boy went missing this morning. the boyontgomery was last seen inside his bedroom at 9:30 last night. when his family went to check on him this morning at 8:30, he was not there. he was found safe at 1:00 this afternoon. the details surrounding the disappearance remain unknown. >> police in philadelphia are investigating a shooting in the summerdale section about 1:00 this afternoon on the 900 block of east sanger street. the victim was rushed to einstein hospital where he died a short time later. no arrests have been made. >> a deadly shooting at 12:30 in
the downtown area in front of the libby restaurant. someone shot a man in the head. the victim was rushed to hospital where he died so far no arrests have been made. police in hamilton township are piecing together an investigation that left a man injured. three masked men armed with handguns burst into the home, bound a man and woman pistol whipping the man. a 14-year-old was inside the home at the time but was not injured. a young man was gunned down while spending time with his friends and now his mother wants your help. here's rick will yes, williamse report. >> trina is thankful for her
son's music career. >> thursday august 25th just after 4:30 a.m. the 21-year-old was shot and killed along the 800 block of east madison street in the kensington section. she was told he was robbed but she's not convinced. >> how was my son stuck up if he had $24 and house keys in his pocket. >> he was with friends at the time of the death but they have not given police any leads. >> you have something to hide. you are supposed to be my son's friend. the city of philadelphia is offering a reward. call 215546 tips. all calls remain anonymous. for overton, she and her older son are having a tough time for the loss. it's hard for him to believe. that was my baby boy.
he had no kids. i have nothing but memories. >> athletes laced up their sneakers to pay tribute to a fallen brad fox 5k run and 1 ck walk set off. the officer was killed in the line of duty five years ago. before the race began the crowd sang happy birthday to brad fox junior who was born five months after his father died. >> mayor jim kenney helped finished a mural honoring join craig and james hines. craig was the first li die in te of duty. >> we'll tell you why dozens of
summer today, back to winter tomorrow. >> i think you are right. 70s today and 40s tomorrow. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar you can see no precipitation. we had a cold front earlier today dipping down to the south. as it came through, we had showers that moved through across the i-95 metro area. outside, sky 6 live and hd looking at the center city skyline saturday night. we have a mostly cloudy sky, calm across the region. the high in philadelphia was 77-degrees, well above where we should be this time of year as we look at the map. as we get to temperatures right now, 45-degrees outside. we are looking at a 32-degree temperature drop across the region from where we were
looking at our high to currently. dewpoint at 40. wind out of the east at 13 miles per hour. the ocean temperature 43. neighborhood numbered numbers, n tannersville. 44 warrington. center city 45. new holland, 50. lower 40s, ewing to glads borough. 50s in dover. some spots had highs in the 80s. action radar showing a back door cold front from the south and nd dipping southward. the activity is shutting off but clear skies to the north of the boundary dealing with the canadian high bringing a change sunday. tomorrow, temperatures for the
most part leveling out in the middle and upper 40s. 46 with wet weather and drizzle. 1:00, 47. then the upper 40s as we get to 3:00 and 5:00 tomorrow afternoon. here's the set up for sunday, high pressure over canada dipping southward and the boundary dipped southward tomorrow. easterly winds off of the atlantic. area of low pressure moving through late sunday and into monday. future tracker 6 overnight as the front makes progress, rain showers around, as we go throughout the day mist and drizzle. 8:00 tomorrow night, another batch of energy moving through, showershowers around and monday morning, could be going foreperson the commute as we have heavy rain for the poconos,
allentown and reading and metro area monday morning. the seven-day forecast, cloudy tomorrow cooler with light rain, mist and drizzle, high of 49. early rain monday by the afternoon 65. cloudy tuesday at 72. mild wednesday with limited sunshine, 65. thursday, sthien and clowsdz, 59. thursday 56 and saturday, clouds and sun and a high temperature, walter at 60-degrees. we go from the 70s and 80s today back to the 40s. >> thank you, melissa. dozens of people slept in cardboard boxes to raise money for the they spent the night on the 1500 block of cherry street. each volunteer got sponsors to donate money toward box.
in the end $130,000 was raised for the child welfare volunteerd chipped in to help the less they showed up to pack meals. organizers hope to pack 300,000 meals by tomorrow night. they'll a group called feed my hungry children helping children around the world. >> the neighborhood helped five new familie families. y at a home dedication ceremony. each was built b habitat for humanity who was there to see o.
>> a must win, you think? the flyers doing themselves no columbus again today where they have not won a game playoffsrs. goes down a bad road. expander past michael, flyers down 1-0 way. sergei, the guy they traded, best goally in hockey. flyers lose 1-0 fall to the final playoff spot with eight games to go. >> sometimes you have to force the puck into the net. we played a pretty decent game otherwise. >> if you play good hockey and one break down, it's in the back
of our net. took for them tonight. it's frustrating. it sucks. you have all of the chance in the world and you can't one. >> tomorrow the flyers are in pittsburg against the penguins. >> the coaching staff sits down with the front office to of finalize the last few roster a g day nine days away.at kyle kend? yep. allows two runs in six innings. phillies on the board. this is way better than a stacked fly. chris to the left. boots it, better. 3-3 tie. spring training ends friday. >> state championship game, david beaty, t recruit scores 19.
4a championship winning by 28. their first title in fou the nen the footsteps winning the title as well. how sweaight championship. >> the archbishop girls win ther the wood boys won, tonight against trinity lowest scoring title game in pennsylv they win 34-26. a lot of local teams celebrating high school state championships in hershey this weekend. back to you. >> finally tonight, hundreds o of volunteers spent the day surrounded by thousands of books for a great cause. kpng's read to succeed initiative.
teachers and employees sorted through 10,000 free books to be donated to children in need across the delaware valley. castle is next. "action news" continues tomorrow morning at 6:00. now for melissa magee, jeff skversky and the "action news" team, i'm walter perez. have a great night. we'll see you back here tomorrow. ♪ ♪