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>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m. on this sunday, may 3. runners are warming up for the blue cross broad street run. the weather will be warm for their push to the navy yard we're live. >> a mother and son are injured in a fire in camden, details on their efforts to get out alive. >> floyd mayweather wins the biggest boxing match of the year. the details on the fight of the century just ahead. outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers with the accuweather forecast. everybody will want to get outside today. >> reporter: no excuses today. yesterday was nice, today is better. we'll be in the 70s and low 80s. no humidity out here, the sun is shining brightly. we're above from where he we where
we should be for this time of the year. levittown, 44. south jersey, gandys beach 53 degrees. glassboro, 45. cinnaminson, 44. satellite and radar it should be smooth sailing for the runners, the broad street runners. maybe if you're not a big fan of running in the sun wear a hat and put on sunscreen. otherwise perfection conditions out here. 10:00 a.m. 65. by lunchtime we're sitting at 75 degrees with a lot of the sunshine out there. we're forecasting a high of 80 degrees which would be only the second time this year. it will be nice and warm out here. the only negative in the forecast is this the pollen count just like yesterday will be through the roof. today and tomorrow it pulls back for tuesday, because of the showers that moves in and washes everything clean and climbs back
up there come wednesday. with a perfect week weather wise that's the only issue out there is the pollen. otherwise it's fantastic. get out there and enjoy yourself. if you can't do it today tomorrow is equally as nice. when i come back we'll talk about how warm it gets in the seven-day forecast and how long the pattern lasts. >> the blue cross broad street run steps off in north philadelphia in one had your. "action news" will be there from start to finish. >> tens of thousands of runners will sweat it out in a tradition that keeps getting bigger and better. >> reporter: let's go live to katherine scott at the start of the broad street run. >> reporter: about an hour to go before the race begins. we're seeing runners getting close to the starting line and let's take a look at what's happening at broad and fisher. you can see there's a lot of activity going on the runners
are getting closer, there's a prerace stretch happening about now, so the runners can get ready for this ten mile run down broad street. that ends at the navy yard. this is a popular race for runners, they love the support of the crowds, spectators line the course, there are bands playing and live entertainment. people are cheering. there are a number of good viewing spots. north broad i by temple university. broad and spring garden. west side of dilworth park. and south broad including the avenue of the arts. of course there are first timers, as well. i spoke to one as about her goals. >> not being at the end, i would like to be in the middle
pack. >> how did you train for that. >> reporter: a lot of 5ks. i did the bridge run. it was a rougher winner, i wish i had done more training, but getting out and returning in the neighborhood. >> reporter: fun and nerves as we gear up for the beginning of the race. about an hour from now the starting line at broad and fisher, you can see more and more runners starting to gather. some of them are warming up, we've seen some stretching as they get ready to go. race is at 8:00 a.m., make sure you're along the course, the because runners like that. septa says 40 bus routes will be detoured. express serve have i up and running. we have all the routes affected
at 6abc.com. >> a mother and 7-year-old sun were critically burned in a fire in their camden home. they got out why crawling out the of the back window. they were found injured in the alley. they were taken to crozer-chester medical center for treatment of the burns. happening today larry hogan is calling for a day of peace following several violent demonstrations related to the death of freddie gray while in police custody. more people were detained for violating the curfew. aclu wants the curfew lifted. jim ryan has more on the demonstrations yesterday. >> reporter: on the streets of baltimore, thousands marched to a rally outside city hall. earlier what might have been a day of rage, mellowed into a day
for protesters to take stock and satisfaction. >> there's a big difference because of what happened yesterday. >> we have probably cause to file criminal charges. >> reporter: these 6 police police officers are accused in freddie gray's death three whites and three blacks. >> we never seen no justice. >> reporter: 25-year-old gray died of a severe spinal injury after his arrest. the driver of the police van faces the most serious charge of murder with a possible 30 year sentence. brian rice is charged with involuntarily manslaughter. others face charges of second degree assault and other offenses and involuntary manslaughter among others. a 10:00 p.m. curfew remains in force. a few protesters who defied the
curfew were arrested saturday night. jim ryan abc news baltimore. >> the candidates running for mayor of philadelphia are out for votes. all six democratic candidates will take part in a forum hosted by 6abc this tuesday at 7:00 p.m. our jim gardner will moderate. the republican candidate for mayor is unopposed. it was called the fight of the century, floyd mayweather remains undefeated. the fight was delayed 45 minutes because cable and satellite systems had trouble keeping up with the pay per view demand. 90% of pay perview orders came within hours of the fight.
mayweather addressed the allegation of domestic violence allegations. he addressed the allegations. >> only god can judge me. people don't forget, only god can for give me. >> reporter: mayweather said his focus is on his children's education. >> beyounce, jay-z tom brady and robert diniro were among the celebrities. they all watch floyd mayweather take home $180 million and bragging rights as the undisputed welter weight champion. look at all the private jets standings by in las vegas. millions tweeted out the showdown in vegas. including mike tyson said he wasderwhelmed.
judging by all the jets, they thought it was worth the admission fight. "good morning america" will have more on the mayweather pacquiao fight this morning. >> a birthday he will never forget. annie mccormick has the heartwarming story of a 1-year-old and the rescuers who came to celebrate. it's we're getting ready for the broad street run. it's a beautiful day right chris. >> reporter: it's going fob a beautiful week, there's only one day we're tracking chance of showers, otherwise it's gorgeous. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i see you again right after this.
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washington. we've been doing this for several years offering the runners a cool cring as they make it down the final stretch. it's at mile marker 7 that's when they need the punch getting to the finish line. looking good today. >> everybody is looking very serious. >> reporter: the security guard making sure everything is just fine. >> cesily tynan had a conversation with you. >> reporter: she just texted me. my question, would you consider this perfect weather for the runner. >> reporter: perfect weather for spectators, a bit warm for runners, i'm in the car now with my husband a kenyan runner friend of mine says it's perfect. so perfect weather if you're from kenya. >> a little warm for everybody else. [laughter] >> reporter: here's a lovely shot. should not be too long before we
see the folks flocking to the beaches. that's a beautiful view there. double scan live crystal clear no issues this morning. we'll keep it that that way later this afternoon and monday and tuesday maybe a couple of showers move in on tuesday but other than that it's just beautiful. 51 greece if -- degrees in philadelphia dewpoint, 33. the barometer holding steady. allen torn, 45. millville, 47. sea isle and atlantic city and beach haven shorepoints are leading the pack, the winds will shift off the water and the numbers will pull back. while everybody else is enjoying upper 70s low 80s, on the sand upper 60s. winds speeds are generally from calm to 5 miles per hour. satellite and radar one thing
the runners will have to contend with is a a lot of sunshine, make sure you're wearing a hat to shade yourself from the sun. high pressure moving in from the mason i can say did son -- mason dixon line. it will move off the coast of the carolinas. when the high pressure sets in the winds go clockwise around the high. the winds shift out of the southwest that's the set up all week long. if you're traveling to chicago there could heavy hitters expect winds in excess of 60 miles per hour. there's the probability of large hail and the storms could produce tornados. that's the only travel spot in the entire nation. it will stay that way for tomorrow. there's the high that's the good guy in control over the next couple of days. today looks good, tomorrow, equally as nice.
we hold the frontal system off until tuesday afternoon. that's when it slides through. right now the model shows a little more than what's going to happen. the bark is worse than the by the. tuesday it showing quite a bit of green, i think it will be a hit or miss shower or thunderstorm not as widespread in coverage as what you're seeing there. once that crosses the area, the rest of the week is nice, pacific air races through and we're off to the races again. broad street run sunny skies 9:30, 64. 11:00 a.m., 72. we're shooting for a high of 80 degrees. delightful this afternoon mostly sunny, light breeze out of the northwest, 350 degrees for the suburbs, 56 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 8 # -- 84 degrees tomorrow, sunny and warm. 14 degrees above average come
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chris? >> reporter: pretty much perfect weather, it gets warmer as the race goes on, 11:00 11:30 temperatures closing in on 70 degrees. 64 degrees wall-to-wall sunshine. lunchtime 75. 3:00 p.m., close to 80 degrees and 6:00 p.m. 77. sun setting at 7:57 p.m. here's satellite and radar we're getting ready to move into a bermuda high-type pattern. it's a stubborn pattern that along with drought those patterns are hard to break. these bermuda high-pressure systems, they sit, if a system approaches from the northwest
it will hit this high and deflected and go up to the north an around. anytime you see a bermuda high takes place, it will be there for several days. the numbers look lovely, so, today through friday we are in the 80s. mayweather won a unanimous decision in las vegas. he is unbeaten in 48 fights now. now here's jeff skeverski with the rest of the sunday sports. >> reporter: well so much for chip kelly being an offensive guy for the first time in eagles history they draft only one offensive player everyone else defense, eagles trading their 4th round pick for detroit for a third rounder next year. with no picks in the 4th and 5th rounds to the 6th we go,
eagles take two defensive back and former receiver and slot corner randal evans a walk on at kansas state. eagles select 6'9" defensive end from boston college, they didn't get marcus mariota but chip's goal is the same. >> we're trying to make the eagles the best out there. it could be coaches against personnel. we're all on the same side. we want 0 win a championship this city deserves it and we're going to leave no stone unturned until we get it done. >> reporter: roxborough bailey had the most touchdowns in football for delaware valley college. cole hamels is not helping
out the phillies one bit. one win in his 8 starts. in miami his worst start since last april. here we go in the second inning. hamles has allowed 9 homers, nobody in baseball has allowed more. he gets the worst run in baseball, zero support yesterday. marlins keeping the phillies off the board. it's their 5th straight locals. union season not going much better. 34th minute, john mccarthy giving up the goal, union lost 1-nill. victor espinosis is the luckiest mexican on earth. he worked to go to jockey school
and it paid off. record crowd 170,000 on hand for the kentucky derby tom brady and aaron rodgers. >> listen to the finish. american pharoah and victor espinosis win the kentucky derby. >> reporter: back-to-back wins for the jockey. fire line finishes second, dortmund comes in third. that's sports i'm jeff skeverski have a good day!
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>> new on "action news," sunday morning, an argument turns tragic for a family in west philadelphia. >> "action news" is live and set for the broad street run thousands are heading to the starting line right now. >> 7:30 outside to meteorologist chris sowers and the gorgeous accuweather forecast. hi chris. >> reporter: good morning, nydia. it's picture perfect mornings like this make we want to get into the car and go to the delaware bay and do some fishing or crabbing. it's not too warm, or chilly, temperatures wise it's just right. 51 in philadelphia. , 51 in wilmington, millville 47. dover, 47. allentown, 45. trenton, 48.
philadelphia 80 degrees, we're forecasting a high of 80 degrees which would be the second time all year that we've hit 80 so far. wilmington 77. trenton should top out at 78 or 79, the model has you at 76. the shorepoints will cool down this afternoon. by 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. they will be as warm always inland locations and then the sea breeze conviction in and you'll pull back -- kicks in and you'll be pulling back. somewhat cooler numbers down there thanks to the cooler ocean temperatures. satellite and radar nothing to talk about, other than a few clouds up there right now. otherwise it's bright and sunny. tee time spectacular lightest breeze, 65 degrees by 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 77. once again we're anticipating a high of 80. if you're out on the greens wear a hat and shade yourself from
the sun and wear sunscreen. all week long we'll see quite a bit of sunshine. when i see you in a few minutes we'll talk about the timing of the next system which is tuesday, i'll run it down hour by hour and i have gorgeous numbers in the seven-day forecast. >> let's go live to katherine scott. >> live at broad and fisher near the starting line for the broad street run. katherine. >> reporter: hey, guys yeah, we're about 30 minutes out from the start obviously a lot going on as we near the start time at 8:00 a.m. nearly 40,000 people registered for this year's event. some of them are beginners some are seasoned runners some share jogging up and down the street getting ready for the ten miles. ten miles later this end up at the navy yard. spectators line the course as runners head down broad street.
suffice it to say energy is high. the atmosphere fuels the runners. there are a number of good viewing spots for spectators, among them, north broad by temple university, the west side of dilworth park by city hall. packer and jackson anywhere along broad street you'll see the runners run it by. this is a popular lace. they love -- popular race, i spoke to the blue cross ceo and how much it's it's become a tradition. >> we're happy that people are so happy to be out here for their health and what the city has done, the police, how they prepared for the day. you have 40,000 people running in a straight line down broad
street for ten miles it's quite a bit of work. >> reporter: the race will get underway in 30 minutes. some people are milling around, some people are taking a looked like off while they can before that ten miles. others are jogging up and down getting a good stretch in doing all this stuff to getting ready for the race that's going to start very, very soon, have fun to all the runners and 6abc will be covering it. back to you. >> the broad street run will generate almost $7 million for the city of philadelphia. most of the money will go to bookings for the hotel rooms. the city will get another boost when pope francis comes to town in september. adam joseph will be running. "action news" has a water stand set up. our folks are volunteering including cesily tynan and the action cam taking a another live
look at the starting line. we're sending out our chopper to give you a bird's eye view to give you a look, as well. a shout out to moms in training courtney started the fundraiser for leukemia and limp lymphoma society and raised $175,000 in two years, good luck, ladies. police have arrested a man in the stabbing death of his brother. investigators say the 52-year-old suspect got into a heated actor with his 36-year-old brother after watching the mayweather pacquiao fight. now police say during the argument the older brother pulled out a knife and stabbed his brother several times, the victim was pronounced dead inside the house. the action cam was in
camden, new jersey where a vacant warehouse went up in flames. when firefighters arrived they found flames shooting through the roof. crows brought the fire under control. there were no reports of injuries and no word on a cause. >> it was a huge turnout in delaware county for a now 12-year-old boy. josh kramer celebrated his birthday with a party that turned into a team effort. annie mccormick tells us why this day was particularly special. >> reporter: that smile on josh crairms fails is hard to -- crairms face is hard to kramer's face is hard to get. >> i can't even come up with the words i'm so grateful. >> reporter: not many 12-year-olds say they had 100 show up to the their birthday. josh has social anxiety and he is shy. nobody showed up for his original birthday party in april, including classmates.
>> all he wanted was to play football and baseball. he didn't ask for much. >> reporter: but his two best friends seen here helped him get a doover, he rescued them from justice rescue. >> for me, animals saved my life and i saw the relationship he had with the dogs and i felt responsible to get something starting pointed for him. >> reporter: harper created a facebook page for a birthday party. >> i would say in a week and a half and social media and word of mouth, this is the type of turnout we had. people in need you call people they are there for you. >> reporter: josh loves fire trucks they lined up at the granite run mall and then a parade took everybody to ridley
state park. >> it was so nice that strangers wanted to make a kid's birthday wonderful. >> reporter: josh played sports with new friends and enjoyed his gifts. >> you got a lot of gifts. >> yeah, like 400. >> reporter: the best gift seeing the lasting impact one party can have on a grateful kid. >> josh has a lot of friends who are talking with him and sitting with him in school. they say going to be something he can have for the rest of his life. >> reporter: in media, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> special indeed. 7:38 much more to come on "action news" this sunday. >> dancing through dynasties 6abc loves the arts is on a mission to keep live a tradition dating back five thousand years. >> looking live at atlantic
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♪ all right time for accuweather away can't ask for a better week. >> reporter: you can't doesn't get much better than this. especially after the long winter we had right? the action cam is at the start of the blue cross broad street run. a couple of people are warming up short sleeve shorts, i guess
all shorts are short right. short sleeved shirts and shorts, that's what the folks are wearing this morning. you can see guise with the viso rs on and the hats. we'll start you out with the shot of center city. look at all that bright blue, high, thin clouds, that's about it. 51 degrees, the winds are light out of the east at 5 miles per hour. look at the dewpoint it's the only in the 40s that means there's no humidity. pressure reading steady. atlantic city, 53 degrees, maybe more in the way of clouds, but they are exiting off the coast. winds a little bit stronger but generally light out of the south. the ocean temperature is 52 degrees. 45 in allentown. lancaster, 49. dover and mill ventricular -- millville coming in at 47.
wilmington, 5-mile an hour winds, beach haven, 6 miles per hour. satellite and radar all is quiet across the mid atlantic and the northeast. the only trouble spots high plains minneapolis omaha and des moines. this area here i could see heavy thunderstorms here, but for everybody else, high pressure in control. bermuda high setting up shop off the coast of the coral -- carolinas, that pumps in all the warm weather. 9:00 a.m., 58 degrees, lunchtime, 75. later this afternoon we'll top things out you saw the 79 quickly. right around 79, 80 degrees today, and then tomorrow it gets warmer, we're up to 84 degrees for the high, the model has us
around 83 or 82 somewhere in between there. we get into tuesday, same thing high temperatures topping out in the low to mid 80s. the only issue with tuesday this is the front system that will trigger the severe weather across the high plains today. it mores in the delaware valley by tuesday 5:00 p.m. you can see the line there along the front. there could showers and isolated thunderstorms, one or two could produce a quick-hitting downpour. wednesday, thursday, friday, nice with lots of sunshine. the temperatures in the 80s a quiet week. 80 degrees today. wilmington, 78. trenton, 79. mostly sunny warm. cape may 69, dover 76. millville, 76 degrees, as well. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and warm tomorrow, keep in mind the normal high is 70. we're up to 84. tuesday, 84. maybe a quick-hitting thunderstorm in the afternoon. wednesday is nice, 78 degrees, outside shot of a morning
shower, things will clear out quickly. thursday sunny and warmth, 8 283. friday, sunny and warm, 83 and saturday 82. >> organ transplants have saved thousands of lives. this week's kids health matters erin o'hern introduces us to a delaware family trying to make the transplants happen for more children. >> reporter: a liver transplant started in midair as his family returned from vacation in india. >> he started breathing fast and became unconscious and almost into coma fortunately they stabilized him while a jet made a landing in istanbul
turkey. it was discovered he had the disorder mma. a few years later his daughter was born with mma. a strict diet is the only treatment. by 2013 it wasn't helping him any more. >> he would get up in a half-hour he would be so tired. >> reporter: children's hospital says these days most kids bounce back well after liver transplant. >> reporter: he has energy that lasts all day and his sister was home weeks after her transplant in march. antirejection regiments are better these days. and children's hospital is in clinical trial to see which youngsters can stop taking antirejection drugs entirely.
#. >> the blue cross broad street run runs begins in ten minutes and "action news" has it covered. the action cam is at the start of the sten mile run at broad and sommerville. we'll be watching as the runners make their way to the navy yard. >> we take a look at the action cam at broad and washington where the 6abc water stand is at mile marker seven. they will be offering a cold drink to the runners as they make their final push in the race to cross the finish line. dancers walking in the
footsteps of china's history. they are taking their moving story to a local stage. david murphy has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called shen yun a dance company form by top artist celebrating thousands of years of chinese civilization. with more than 400 costumes and set designs and acrobatic dance they take them through the diverse regions an dynasties. >> they have splits and tumbling techniques. >> reporter: a lot of acrobatics and gym gymnastics came from chinese dance. >> reporter: they keep alive a tradition that dates back 5,000 years. they performed ford
generals. through 20 different segments we travel through different dynasties. >> reporter: once known as the land of the divine, the chinese believe their culture is divinely inspired passed down from the heavens. >> people connect to it and leave the show feeling inspired and uplifted. >> reporter: they perform at the merriam theater go to 6abc.com/6abc loves the arts for this and more on other area events. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm david murphy.
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>> it is now 7:53 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning "good morning america." good morning to you broking overnight floyd mayweather was the champ but pacquiao said he was denied medical attention before he went into the ring. there she is, the princess we wait for her name. thousands of people venture deep into the rockies because a millionaire said he hid a treasure chest worth a million
dollars the clue is hidden in a poem, could it be real? that's coming up on "good morning america." >> the action cam is live at the start of the race. >> reporter: people are starting to get into place let's go to chopper 6 live over the scene you can see everybody gathering some people are getting in their last-minute stretching in, getting ready for the ten mile an hour -- ten miler that's going down broad street. this is a popular rails for runners -- popular race for runners running along the philadelphia attractions. along the route there's so many spectators, the energy is high, atmosphere fuels the runners they look forward to the spectators as they make their way down the course. a lot of people 40,000
registered for the event this year some are first timers and others are seasoned pros. we spoke with people who said even though they have done it before, they have some nerves, good luck to you guys running in the city. >> reporter: i love these aerial shots. weather looks fantastic temperatures will climb from the 50s into the 60s and 70s by race's end. high temperature, 8 old -- 80 degrees 80s all week long. >> i love this race. adam joseph is running, a lot of people running for the station. don't forget our water stand at broad and washington. cesily tynan was heading out there. >> reporter: she's there now. >> she said it's great weather for running. her friend from kenya said it is
perfect weather for running. executive producer, john morris. have fun you guys. >> i see a lot of tweets from people saying they are on their way out there this morning. good luck to everybody. >> yeah, have a great time. "good morning america" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. >> here's some of the stories we're working on for you. >> we'll have more on the blue cross broad street run and top stories for the day. for eva pilgrim, chris sowers, i'm nydia han. have a have super sunday, folks. get out there and enjoy!
and just like that the snow is gone. and parkas become jackets. and sweaters go down for a long nap. and off you go. and your backyard gets a whole lot bigger. and you're running... and climbing... and your gear gets lighter and trimmer, and fitter and smarter. and now every frozen second spent willing this day to come is just a warm fading memory. ♪
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