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away. >> reporter: you know that annie song, the sun will come out tomorrow? >> yeah. >> reporter: it's not going to happen. [laughter]. >> reporter: there's the view down in penns landing, we have a lot of clouds and patchy fog remaining closer to the coach and a few leftover showers. temperature-wise we're hovering in the mid 70s, we'll not go too much farther than where we were now. the heavy rains that pushed through while a lot of you were sound asleep are working out to sea. all that's left are a few spritzes and sprinkles for the jersey shore. we're in the 70s and stay in the # 0s. the whole weekend looks unsettled. it will not be a washout, raining every hour of everyday. but today and tomorrow there's a chance of pop-up shower and thunderstorm. at any time point in -- the
reason for this, it stretches along the eastern seaboard from carolinas to maine. now that the heavy rain is out of here, we'll see cloud cover, and occasional shower by afternoon, 79 degrees is the forecasted high today. that forecast holds for tomorrow, as well, the jersey shore today and tomorrow, it's not looking pretty. i'll have the entire forecast when i come back in just a bit. >> you better go into hiding, thanks, chris. don't forget you can take 6abc no matter how large or small your smart phone or device screen is, check it out 6abc.com anytime anywhere. >> firefighters were called to the a home in belvidere around 3:30. they rushed inside and tried to rescue the woman, but she was
pronounced at the scene. a man was able to get out with minor burns. a stray bullet claimed the life of a 3-year-old girl in the grays ferry section of philadelphia. three other people are hospitalized and detectives are questioning a person in the case, the tragedy unfolded on the 1500 block of south edding street around 10:00 p.m. last night. >> we believe there was an argument, the offender shot one male and there were other rounds that struck people that were not involved in the argument. >> reporter: one of the bullets hit the girl in the chest she died at the hospital. a man was shot in the head and two women shot were rushed to the hospital university of pennsylvania, police say they took in a person of interest. investigators have not clarified if this is the shooter or what the dispute was about. one of the busiest roads to the jersey shore has reopened after a serious crash. this accident happened around
3:30 on route 42 near black horse pike in gloucester county. investigators say the driver lost control, the vehicle flipped throwing one out and trapping two inside. firefighters were able to free them after 30 minutes. all three victims were taken to cooper university hospital. no word on their conditions. an american aid workers infected with the ebola virus is heading for atlanta for treatment. another aid worker is battling the potentially killer disease. abc's dr. richard besser is at the hospital. >> reporter: jetting out of liberia where ebola is out of control, two missioners are on their way back to america, they are being airlifted one at a time enclosed in an ice lace tent like this protecting the view from the deadly virus. it's 5,000 miles from the liberia to the united states, they will handle at a secure
area dobbins air force base and travel to university of emory hospital. >> we've run through the process before. the process will work. >> reporter: the secure unit is similar to this one at the university of nebraska. this video is a drill to show how a bio containment unit can transport a person in what is called an iso pod. the mission workers will be treated in this room treated by experts all wearing full body suits. >> my intent is to keep it contained and maintain the safety of the patients and the general public. >> reporter: one of the patients was in liberia since october, and was talking to his family on friday. >> he said he was feeling
better, i'm worried about him, he'll be okay, regardless. >> reporter: while the focus is on the patient's arriving, the world's attention will have to turn to the area where the lee bola is to stop it from progressing. the decision to bring the american aid workers back to the country, we asked you the question, raphael saying i understand they are us citizens, but bringing them back, risk spreading the virus. >> never leave soldiers hind, figure out the way to help them. >> it was the right choice, they will be kept in isolation and receive better care in atlanta than halfway around the dploab. there's no danger -- globe. there's no immanent danger of it
spreading here. send me your remarks on my facebook page. we have a look at the stigma around doctors treating those with the disease. if you have to drive in king of prussia, listen up, a part of 202 will close for road repairs, the lane closures will be 202 the area of 422 interchange. penndot will be patching the paism. pavement, the closure will be 8:00 p.m. through 5:00 p.m., starting tomorrow through august 8. pennsylvania governor's race will be incumbent corbett and challenger tom wolf. green party and libertarian party argue that the pennsylvania election requirements unfairly
discriminate against third-party candidates. musikfest is in bethlehem. the all american rejects take to the stage tonight. tickets are available through a link at 6abc.com. ♪ >> the rain didn't dampen fans' spirits at musikfest last night when it opened up. for more than 30 years, musikfest has been providing hundreds of free concerts each august. kenneth moten and melissa magee greeted the crowd last night. we have the lineup of musikfest performers on our website at 6abc.com sheryl crow and others are among the headliners, check out 6abc.com, for reasons why you should stop by our 6abc booth while at the show. >> an nba star goes down with a
gruesome injury, it was so bad, the game was called off. a foul-smelling sludge was dumped in a north philadelphia neighborhood. "action news" gets answers about who's behind it and what the city is doing about it. >> reporter: we're drying out now, more showers and thunderstorms in the forecast today and tomorrow, will the weekend being a wash? i'll have the answer in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come righ
>> sky6 live hd taking a live look over old city, you see the flags whip around in the wind, 9:11, 68 degrees outside, chris sowers is here with us, looks like the rain has let up. looks like it's cool out there right now. >> reporter: it's a little gloomy, the humidity is high, so it's not going to feel too crisp like it did earlier this week. let's step outside, we're looking live at the linc, where the eagles do battle this coming friday, the first preseason game. not too far from now, friday's weather looks nice, lots of sunshine. unfortunately, well not be seeing the sunshine today. by the way the game this friday is on 6abc. let's go to the graphics where we are looking at storm tracker 6 live double scan. most of the heavy rain, the
downpours, the lightning and thunder is off the coast right now. you'll see cloud cover from this occasional showers, but the -- from this point on, occasional showers later on. for the areas highlighted in green we picked up one to two inches of rain early this morning. it has created problems in areas of poor drainage, we see ponding on local roads, as well, now that the rain is winding down it is beginning to subside. there's the close up view all that is left is sprinkles around surf city, atlantic city and brigantine, that's it. visibility down to two miles in atlantic city. 2 for wildwood. 6 in reading, 8 in lancaster, and 4 in dover. every now and then you run into a patch where the fog is thick. 69 degrees in the city. millville, 67. wilmington, 69. 70 is the number for reading an
allentown, trenton, 64. sea isle city, 59. here's future tracker 6, mostly cloudy skies you may see a peek or two of sun it's not going to be a completely cloudy day, whatever sun you do see later on it will be limited. le overnight tonight cloudy skies there could patchy fog out there and we'll do it all over tomorrow, minus the heavy morning rain. tomorrow we'll feature ancient clouds and pop-up shower or thunderstorm. one of the storms could produce drenching downpours, today and tomorrow not looking like a watch. it's a weekend where you need to keep an eye to the sky. big race week in the poconos. sprint cup series continues. 69 degrees today, there could be a shower from time to time, but for the most part afternoon is dry. 72 tomorrow. for the jersey shore, it's not looking like a pretty weekend for the folks wanting to get their tan on on the beach.
76 degrees, winds out of the east at 10 to 20 miles per hour. tomorrow, muggy, thunderstorms, 77 degrees, maybe a little bit of sunshine on sunday, but limited. cloudy, spotty shower in philadelphia, 79 degrees is the forecasted high. overnight tonight a stray shower possible. 64 in the crowd lying suburbs, 68 in center city. if you're heading to the musikfest, all american rescrects take to the -- rejects take to the stage at 7:00 p.m. 72 degrees. it clears in time for the workweek. 81 degrees tomorrow, humid, clouds, thunderstorm, maybe a spotty shower or thunderstorm monday. muggy, 86 degrees, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, return of lots of sun, sticky with highs in the upper 80s, it won't be raining. the miserable weather is on the weekend, everything turns nice
. >> in south philadelphia an ambulance responding to a shooting crashed into a car. medics were going to 13th an cath -- catherine. the driver was hurt. as for the sleuth, a 30-year-old man was killed, no suspects or motives. a woman is hospitalized in critical condition this morning after she fell three stories overnight it happened on the 300
block of east broadway in salem, new jersey at 2:45 a.m. police were called after the woman fell from a three story window. she was rushed to memorial hospital of salem county in critical condition. overnight, mandatory evactuations were ordered for residents in the path of a fast-growing wildfire. the gulch fire is scorching thousands of acres on the border of oregon and california. drought conditions, heat and shifting winds are hampering efforts to contain the fire. hail came crashing down in west lafayette, indiana yesterday, it hit so quickly the backyards looked like they were covered in snow.
>> sky6 live hd taking a live look over philadelphia international airport, the clouds are gray, but at least the rain has stopped now. it is 68 degrees, 9:21 right now. an nba star was seriously injured in a scrimmage game last night. we blurred out the injury, because it's a lot to see at this hour in the morning. paul george, his leg buckled at the base of the basket. he was coming down trial trying to block a shot. he is expected to miss the entire next season, the injury happened during the u.s. national team inter squad scrimmage, not the nba game, the game did not continue because the players were too shaken up
to continue to play. the phillies fails the nationals for game 3 in their series gains washington, they hope to continue their winning streak. here's jeff skeverski with all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: phillies general manager reuben amaro insists this last-place team will look different next year. now the moves have to clear through waivers first. for phillies fans it's not same old scene. second inning, same old phils baseball, ugly baseball. pop up falls in between hernandez and ashy throws it away, it leads to a run. phils and nats tied at 1, until marlin byrd, "bye-bye birdie." phils take a one-run lead. 8 innings allow one unearned run and what a catch right there.
take a look at this thing. hernandez retires 17 of the last 18 batters, phillies l phillies win 2-1. cliff lee looks like he is in a better mood, that could change when he gets his elbow checked out with the doctor. he will mills the rest of the season -- he will miss the rest of the of the season with the elbow strain. he is going to have an mri next week. eagles corner carey williams calls the patriots cheaters, that's right, cheaters. williams is not a fan after the whole spy gate scandal. he is not on board with chip kelly's plan to practice against the patriots. williams is afraid the eagles will give away some of their secrets. he was thrown out of the joint
practice with new england for fighting. don't expect him to fight with the refs. he is no longer allowed to be physical with receiver he is. >> i'm going to test the waters and the limits how far i can go, i'll respect the res and their -- refs and their calls and there decisions. >> reporter: reilly cooper is down and out, he missed practice with an injured right ankle injury. chip kelly said it's not serious, the eagles have the day off. of course, the e-a-g-l-e-s first preseason -- the eagles first preseason game is less than a week away, we preview the game with great expectations, and leading off the kickoff gains -- against the bears at 8, catch the game here next friday.
cowboys are so confident they are going to the post season, they sent out playoff tickets to their fans, including tickets to the nfc championship game, mmm, that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. >> michael strahan will be inducted into the football fall fall -- football hall of fame. inductees for new jersey hall of fame have been chosen. jail began doll gandolfini and o and patrick ewing will be inducted november 13 in as berry park. in "healthcheck," the
tortoise is right. slow and ready is the right way to heart health. 55,000 tracked for 15 years, those who ran regularly cut their risk of dieing from heart disease nearly in half. five to ten minutes a day was enough. their speed made little difference. the runners live three years longer on average than those who didn't. kim jong-un admitted to taking -- kim kardashian admitted to taking 1200 selfies while on vacation. they wondering if this is art. the museum director said she wants people to think about the emotions behind a selfie or the lack thereof. there's much more to come on "action news," saturday morning,
including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: chesapeake is a dog you're about to meet, he is looking for a place to live out his golden years. it's "shelter me rescue of the week" up next on "action news." plus a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday 9.
news" saturday at 9:00 a.m., storm tracker 6 live double scan live showing showers moving off the coast, a flood advisory is posted in parts of new jersey. sky6 live hd taking a rival look for us at penns landing. you can see the rain has let up here in the city, but it was a wet start to our weekend, and there are more showers on the way, meteorologist chris sowers here with us. we thought we were done. >> reporter: this is well advertised and everything is pretty much going according to plan. if you're just now waking up, that's pretty much it for the rain. a lot of it is out to sea. maybe we see an occasional pop-up shower, but most of us stay dry. flip it over to the live shot we're down in cape may. even though it may stay dry this afternoon, it's not a good beach day. look for alternate plans, something indoors, because there will be drizzle and clouds and breeze out of the east at 15 to
20 miles per hour. temperatures in the 60s. the humidity is through the roof. so it feels uncomfortable even though the numbers are low. pottstown, 68. chester, 66. gandys beach, 67. glassboro, 66. hammonton, 66 degrees. there it all goes out to the -- off the coast and up towards new england, that's the small area of low pressure that developed along the stationary front now that it's pulling away it left behind cloud cover. there's no moisture out there, we'll see gray skies from this point on. philadelphia international airport, atlantic city, all on time. new york city airports, laguardia, jfk on time. newark on time. dullas and regularren national on time -- regularren national on time.
we'll have cloudy skies, leftover drizzle, 76. not a good looking beach day. the poconos, mostly cloudy, 69 degrees, that's how the weekend starts, we'll talk about how it finishes when i come back in just a bit. overnight in chester, police search for leads in another shooting this left three men fighting for their lives. around 11:00 p.m., someone opened fire in the 800 block of mcdonald street. each victim was shot multiple times. who shot them and why is unanswered this morning. chester police responded to two shootings 24 hours earlier one was deadly. upper darby will resume the search for two bodies, last night they scoured indian rock park the man is behind bars for allegedly killing two other people. >> we're in there searching, allegedly for two dismembered
bodies. >> reporter: 30-year-old homicide suspect john gontz is in jail waiting trial for rape, murder and other charges. out of the blue on friday he contacted upper darby police to confess to another murder. >> during the course of the interview he said he killed two people inside his apartment in february 2012, he dismembered their bodies inside the bathtub put them in tote bags and drove their car to this location and we went into the wooded area and buried them. >> reporter: he claimed he stabbed his victims after an argument. he waiting for trial for the murders of two teenager brothers in overbrook. today's confession came from gontz after he approached authorities on his own through prison officials. >> the guy is in prison, awaiting a capital murder case
for shooting two kids in a drug robbery. got a long criminal record this is his information he has nothing to gain by it, so we'll take him at his word. >> reporter: he said the dispute was over the name of a prostitute. police have not given their names to us, but they said they have no missing person cases or cold cases with those persons' names. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> police in egg harbor township say they are vesting the possibility that 45-year-old andrew biddow may have staged his accident with the pontoon boat at the jersey shore. he is an experienced boater who won professional races. the confirms that he didn't drown was when prosecutors found out he was being investigated
for theft and fraud. israel hit more than 200 targets in the last hour. defense spokesman said they hit a weapons development center at the islamic university. following the collapse of yesterday's cease-fire in gaza, netanyahu advised the obama administration not to quote, second guess him again. the israeli military continues to search for a soldier who may have been kidnapped hours after the cease-fire began. this is a live picture you can see over gaza at this hour. it looks relative calm right now. stay with "action news" and abc for breaking news on the middle east showdown. in north philadelphia, neighbors say someone dumped a foul-smelling substance right in the middle of their community. "action news" reporter, dann cuellar went looking for those
responsible for the mess and has reaction from outraged residents. >> i was in such a shock, i didn't reach for any of my devices, i was frozen. >> reporter: over the years, donna has seen people dump tires and trash, but she was left breathless when she saw men dumping a foul-smelling sludge-like material across the street from her home. >> once they med the truck, be they washed the drum down as they were washing the drum down, streams of black soot started coming through the field and on to stillman street. >> reporter: moments later, the video shows kids walking up to the spillage curious as to what it was. they play in the vacant lot and seen the men dumping the stuff there. >> we was like why you dumping it in our yard. >> they ride their bikes and kids run through the field. >> reporter: it was general pipe
cleaning from the suburb of sharon hill. we want to know why this was done. >> we were directed. >> reporter: by whom? the material being dumped came from storm drainage units. the contract who told them is out of june at at that. we were -- juniata. spaventa had been hired as part of an environmental friendly infrastructure project. it>> i'm ticked off. >> reporter: council president darrell clark was outraged after seeing the dumping going on. >> they dumping on a lot which is illegal. three they give you a story they probably got authorization. >> reporter: the city is
removing the material and having it analyzed to determine if it contains hazardous or toxic material. >> we're prepared to go after this individual in addition if we found out that there's potentially toxins in that particular debris there could possibly criminal implications. i'm disappear dan channel 6 "action news." >> protesters, took to the street of center city to demand funding for philadelphia schools. him. >> save our schools! >> they demonstrated outside governor tom corbett's office on south broad street. parents, educators and students learned thursday that the budget crisis will not be solved by harrisburg anytime soon. lawmakers delayed a vote on the proposed cigarette tax to fund the district. without that the start of school could be pushed back. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning
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that might be one of the nicer shots we've seen this morning. not so much imrai clouds, a little -- gray clouds, a little gray, but not as bad. 9:41, 69 degrees, this is why you should sleep in on the the weekends. >> reporter: 90:00, you wake up and you didn't know there was any rain out there. let's get you outside and get you a live look of the philadelphia international airport, we're not seeing any reported delays, all the flights are on time. there's low-level clouds, the ceiling is down and the humidity is high. let's go over to the temperature, 69 degrees in philadelphia. the numbers are low, the humidity is so high it doesn't feel refreshing it feels sticky. 70 is the number for reading, lancaster and allentown. 69 for beach haven. winds are picking up out of the
east/northeast at 10 to 15 miles per hour. they will gust anywhere from 20 to 25 miles per hour across the delaware bay region and east ward toward the jersey shore, atlantic city and wildwood showing 20 miles per hour gusts later on. the good news the bulk of the rain is out of here, there's the low pressure that is responsible for the drenching downpours. ful it's off the coast and working its way up to new england. there could be a shower or thunderstorm that develops this afternoon in its wake, burden of proof the steadiest -- but the steadiest stuff by far is out to sea. there could pop-up showers or thunderstorms, overnight tonight, clouding up once again clouds thicken we could get patchy follow. sunday, pretty much like today. we'll see clouds out there, there will be more sun tomorrow than today. there could be a pop-up shower or thunderstorm.
any one of the thunderstorms could produce a drenching downpours. if you're vacationing, port reek co, dominican republic, this is tropical storm bertha. we're not expecting it to become a full blown hurricane. it is moving west/northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour. always this closes in on the u.s. mainland, a trough is pick it up and move it back over the waters of the open atlantic. we're in the expecting this hit anywhere close to the u.s. mainland. any areas of concern would be the carribean islands. the eastern portions the of the bahama islands. 69 degrees if the poconos, a big race weekend. showers and thunderstorms this afternoon, but most of the time you're dry. more showers and thunderstorms developing tomorrow, 72 degrees, for the jersey shore, i hope you have a back up plan, because
it's not a good beach day. ocean water in the mid 60s, lots of clouds and patchy drizzle, showers, 76 degrees, muggy for tomorrow. a couple of thundershowers are possible by afternoon, 77 degrees, elsewhere we go 79 is the number for philadelphia, wilmington, 75. trenton, 76. allentown, 78 degrees, maybe a few leftover showers, otherwise a lot of clouds, dover, 76 and cape may, 76 degrees, overnights tonight if you're heading to billy joel concentration certificate citizens bank park, the weather will be fine, i'm handing my mom a poncho to be safe. there could be a leftover shower. musikfest, the weather will cooperate up there, as well. again, there could be a leftover shower, but most of the time it's dry. monday, it's humid, you'll notice the change and the heat starts to build, as well. tuesday and wednesday, 89 degrees both days, feels-like
temperatures in the low 90s, everything relaxes as we get into thursday and friday, 86, 85. >> one of the perks of having a meteorologist for son. >> we go to easton pennsylvania where all animals are welcome, matt o'donnell has the story. >> they are here until they pass or get adopted. >> reporter: it's simply said, but a challenging proposition. the center has been around for 100 years, the no kill philosophy started ten years ago. >> we have rabbits and birds and fish. >> reporter: they have kittens looking for forever homes and older cats who would love family attention like lawrence an 8-year-old long hair is on the mends. >> he is very friendly and sits on your lap.
>> reporter: looking for a forever home, a 2-year-old pitbull terrier mix who has a calm demeanor and loves attention. >> he is highly intelligent and treat motivated. >> reporter: his son is at the shelter, as well. panther is a 7-year-old pup eager to move on. >> he deserves to grow up in a loving home. >> reporter: hannah is a 7-year-old hownld mix looking for an -- hound mix looking for a special needs family. >> reporter: she is house broken and has wonderful leash manners. this is chesapeake an 11-year-old rat terrier was surrendered after his other than passed away. tell you what, a great dog for people, very good with other animals, loves to sit on your lap. if you're interested in chesapeake or any of the other pets you've seen, go to the center for animal health and
welfare website. vote for your favorite shelter or add as rescue group to the list by going to the "shelter me rescue of the week" of the facebook page we'll feature the top vote getter next saturday morning on "action day dreaming again? oh yeah. about your dream car? yeah. silver convertible with dual stripes. cool! [curiously] how'd you know? you've been staring at that new instant game from the pennsylvania lottery.
>> and we have lift off of the atlas v rocket. >> and with that the world's latest gps satellite went airborne. atlas v rocket took off from cape canaveral carrying the gps for the air force. it will bolster gps for the military and all the rest of us. drivers are looking for ways to save money while filling their gas tanks. but some popular theories on how to save money on gas may not work. >> reporter: filling your tank without emptying your wallet can be challenging. while there are lots of ways to
save on gas, consumer reports warn some of the top tips are not true. myth number one it's better to fuel up in the morning some believe buying gas when the air is cool, the air is dense err and you get more bang for your buck. consumer report says that's wrong. >> it doesn't matter, because the gasoline itself is stored under ground where the temperature barely changes if at all. we say fill up when it's most convenient for you. >> reporter: milt number two, replaces your air -- myth number two, replacing your air filter will save on gas. in newer cars experts say it won't make much difference at the pump. >> on old cars, dirt air filters could make a difference with performance, in new cars, we found it doesn't have a big impact. >> reporter: myth three driving with the pick up truck tail gate
down helps with fuel efficiency. >> consumer reports said it has the opposite effect and cause you to use more gas. another costly myth is that premium gas is better for your car, unless the manual says use premium, go fill up with regular. >> if you're looking for one of a kind item or cool piece of art head to wildwood, new jersey for the boardwalk craft show, various artists will showcase their art. parking is free. instead of riding the waves this weekend, surf for cool collectibles, annual art of surfing festival. there's live music, much more,
admission is free, it's going on from noon until 10:00 p.m. the river front blues festival in wilmington is billed as one of the best on the east coast. gate open at 11 today, 11:30, tomorrow there will be craft tents and activities for children, tickets are 30 bucks online and 35 at the gate. children 12 and under get in for free. all these events are for rain or shine. the musikfest is yurnldz way in the lehigh valley -- underway in the lehigh valley. our website has a link of perform orally -- performers coming to bethlehem. go to 6abc.com and see reasons why you should stop by our 6abc booth, say hi, we'll give you an autograph. lots of things for the kids, it's going on until august 10. 6a
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sunday, same thing, cloudy skies, there will be more in the way of sun, there could be a shower or thunderstorm that develops during the afternoon. 81 degrees for tomorrow. if you're heading into the lehigh valley for the musikfest, all american rejects are the headliners. be on the look out for a spotty shower, but, again, most of the time we're dry. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a warmup next week closing in on 90. >> the philadelphia orchestra played the mann center. the classic selections were selected by you for people's choice night. thanks to their sponsor, the philadelphia orchestra thanking their supporter also for a wanders -- supporters for a wonderful summer season. the philadelphia school of circumstance culls arts hosted the summer camp on green street.
after a two week session children performed everything from touching and cloning and trapeze. it's a fun way to try something zany. i'm doing trapeze lessons with my girlfriend in two weeks. >> jack hanna's wild count down is next. we'll be back tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m., we'll tell you which restaurant that can be found right here in our area has a meal deemed the unhealthiest you can order, i'm guessing it's not that right there. plus long woods gardens provides a scenic background for summer arts performances, now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday!
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