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ay weekend in our area, get ready for a gradual warmup. outside we go for details in accuweather. agreement out there. >> reporter: good morning, nydia, it feels better this morning than it did yesterday at this time. temperatures wise in the same ball ballpark, but we lost the breeze. warrington, 50. chester and center city, 49. gandys beach leading the pack. 58 degrees this morning. 57 on the boards in atlantic city. woodbine, 46. buena, 51. hammonton, 45. browns mills a little chilly out there this morning. 44. satellite and radar, just like yesterday you'll see a lot of bright blue up above. high pressure firmly in control that means a lot of sunshine from start to finish. accuweather says loads of sun through 6:00, 7:00 p.m. with temperatures climbing into the upper 70s low 80s. day planner 9:00 a.m. 62.
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lunchtime, 72. # p.m., 79, 80 degrees give or take we're shooting for a high of 80. 74 degrees in avalon this afternoon. that's before the sea breeze kicks in. it should kick in around 2:00, 3:00 p.m., the numbers pull back, cape may 73. waves 2 to 3 feet. ocean temperature 59. on the delaware bay 56 degrees, that's the bay temperature in the water. waves of one foot or less. the delaware beaches look as nice as the jersey shore. high temperatures in the mid 70s, southerly breeze 15 to 20 miles per hour. it will be dry through tuesday afternoon, turning humid and hotter. there's the potential for a heat wave that begins on tuesday could last through friday or saturday of the up coming week. i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast when i see you in ten minutes. >> chris, thank you. developing this morning 8 people are in the hospital, two in critical condition after a
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carbon monoxide leak in montgomery county. fire crews were called out to the 100 be blow of west airy street in norristown around 11:00 p.m. they found elevated readings in five homes. the source of a leak a generator running in the basement of one of the homes. >> power to the home was shut off by nonpayment by the utility company on the 21st of this month. between now and then they purchased a generator to power the home. >> when they came out of the home the guy could barely walk. the lady wasn't moving we thought she was dead. >> 8 people in all were taken to the hospital, including a paramedic. crews had to give oxygen as you can see to two dogs. overnights fire chased three people from their home in north philadelphia. the action cam on the 300 block of north 25th street. crews managed to put it out in a of had a hour. nobody was hurt, three people
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are having to find a temporary place to stay. no word on what sparked the fire. police have made a number of arrests as people took to the streets of cleveland to protest the verdict in a police shooting. the detective criticize when the judge acquitted in the 2012 deaths of two people. the judge said his actions were justified because he believed someone in the car fired shots at officers. it turned out neither russell or williams was armed family members of the victims are outraged at the verdict. >> they did not deserve to die from fleeing and alluding. >> last night's protesters were angry but orderly. the detective remains on unpaid suspension while officials consider discipline -- charges
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against him. a firefighter is dead after attempting high water rescue operation it happened in claymore near tulsa. severe weather has been wreaking havoc in okay -- oklahoma. last night tornados for the purposessed the evacuation of a music festival. take a look at texas texas being hit by severe weather. evacuation orders issued in wichita falls. many people near dallas had to change their holiday plans boat docks at several lakes including lake worth have been closed because of the heavy rainfall. "good morning america" will have more on the reaction to the verdict in cleveland.
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"g.m.a." weekend starts at 9:00 a.m. memorial day is a day to remember those who died fighting for our freedom. gravesite passion the resting place of -- grave sight marks the resting place of the continental soldiers in bucks county. it is free to the public. you can reserve your tickets online, keeping with tradition, there will be a special flag raising and lower ceremony at noon tomorrow. and we want you to join the action this memorial day weekend send us photos of the military members in your life or sends your pictures of the holiday weekend. e-mailous, or #6abc "action
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news." getting that tan yesterday was down right chilly. >> so "action news" reportser john rawlins found out by nightfall, the fun was heating up. >> reporter: at the ocean city music pier big band sounds, the first of a series of seasonal pops concert. outside the question was what season is this? >> it feels like winter. >> reporter: kind of chilly. >> it's very very windy right now. >> i don't think it was going to be this windy. it teams like it dropped ten degrees in the last five minutes. it's cold. >> reporter: windy and chilly. you're still here. >> of course. >> reporter: why. >> for these guys. >> reporter: at the shirt shack brisk business, tonight t-shirts were not the big sellers. >> on nights like this, it's sweatshirts. >> reporter: some bundled up and
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ate ice cream no matter what the weather. >> we had pizza french fries and ice cream and popcorn. >> reporter: a young marine opted for a t-shirt and shorts, he said he had his love to keep him warm. >> i've got a warm pretty lady here. >> >> reporter: you've made points. >> the pretty lady with the gentleman was his wife grace. they are having a great time down here despite the weather they are very, very happy that the forecast for sunday and monday is for warmer weather john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> there's still much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. >> retired american serviceman reunites with a mother and daughter he rescued from iraq. he reunites with them this weekend. >> show me the money, lots of
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money up for grabs in the lottery. it's chilly out there this morning with temperatures in the 40s and 50s. wait until you see how high the numbers go later this week. first potential heat wave is on the way it begins tuesday i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast right after this.
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>> welcome back on this sunday, memorial day weekend 7:10, 57 degrees, sky6 live hd looking live at center city. the sun is out and not a cloud in the sky. >> reporter: on a scale of one to ten i gave it a nine. >> i gave it a seven or 8. >> reporter: i was sitting on the back porch sict in -- sitting in the sun, it was 70 degrees.
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>> you were wearing a fleece. >> reporter: if you're down the shore, yesterday it was chilly on the sand. we expected that with the sea breeze kicking in. that's a secondary effect from a long harsh winter. thing how long we had ice on the delaware river and the bay. anytime you get a sea breeze kicking in you'll take the colder temperatures and push it inland. expect the same thing today you'll see temperatures top out down the shore around 73, 74 once the sea breeze kicks in, it will be chilly. 56 in philadelphia. dewpoint, 50. winds out of the southwest at 7 miles per hour. pressure reading soaring. philadelphia, 56. sea isle city, 55. dewpoints the way we measure the amount of moisture in the air. these numbers were in the 20s and 30s. winds have shifted out of the south now we're seeing 40s and 50s, by the time we get into the
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tomorrow, everybody is in the 50s, from tuesday on it gets steamy out there. 50 is pleasant, 60s human. 70s, oppressive. by middle of week we're in the mid 60s. temperatures soar into the low 90s. we have heat arena humidity the potential for the first heat wave of the season. satellite arena radar no issues out there, across the mid atlantic and up and down the eastern seaboard. what a turned afternoon for dallas and houston three years ago they were in a drought now they have seen so much rain they don't know what to do with the with all the water. with this huge high sitting here, all that moisture goes up and around and into canada and misses us in the delaware valley. which is unfortunate we need rain around here. surface maps cool canadian high in control once again this
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afternoon. although the tempts will be a little bit higher. the warm front punches through by midday tomorrow, could bring an isolated thunderstorm in the poconos. everybody else will stay dry. underneath that front it gets soupy. in the poconos 73 degrees, actually that's today. tomorrow, pom up thunderstorm possible 78 degrees, slightsly more humid but comfortable. the jersey shore temperatures by 11:00 68 degrees, and then the winds start to kick up out of the south 10 to 20. 2:00 p.m., 73. plenty of sunshine out there today. tomorrow, same thing mostly sunny skies milder by 11:00. 74 another day with a sea breeze, 5 to 15 miles per hour. 2:00 p.m., 77. from that point on, sea breeze kicks in, temperatures start to drop they will pull back down into the i upper 60s. low 80s reading 80 degrees,
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allentown, 82. trenton, 80 degrees, millville 78 dover 79. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, heat and humidity, it comes in here by tuesday, today 82. warm for memorial day comfortable, 88 degrees, tuesday, hot 90. wenldz -- wednesday hot 90. thursday, 90. we get three consecutive days of 90, that's a heat wave. wednesday and thursday, chance of thunderstorms with the heat of the day. friday, 86 saturday, 90. we get another cool canadian cold front it will push this out. >> will keep you informed through the memorial day weekend. you can check the maps to see how long it will take you toct
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toct -- to get to and from your destinations. 72-year-old patricia died on monday. she would like to set the record straight for her brady is innocent. the patriots quarter quarterback was suspended for four games after it was found he illegally deflated footballs in the ac title game. he is appealing his suspension. >> there's no way for her to know that. >> reporter: words from the grave. 7:15. we'll be right back.
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i'm pregnant. i am never letting go. for all the nevers in life state farm is there. in california, a 3-year-old girl is recovering this morning after she was attacked and bitten by a coyote. it happened friday evening as the girl played with her twin
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sister. a woman heard screams and ran to help. the kite yoat bit the girl -- coyote bit the girl in the neck. remove pet food and water from outoutdoors -- outdoors to prevent them from coming so close to home. an officer in virginia has resign after using a stun gun and pepper spray. he fired his taser when an unresponsive driver failed to follow his orders and get out of his car. the man was unresponsive because of a health issue possibly a stroke. the police officials said the use of force was in the compliance with department pole or training. the man was treated at the scene and hospitalized. a pipeline that leakedded thousands of gallons of oil off the california coast was not required to have an automatic shutoff valve.
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the company skirted an early requirement by suing the county in the late 80s. the company argued it should be shuj -- should be subject to federal oversight because federal regulators do not require automatic shut i don't have valves. a memorial day celebration took part in germantown section of philadelphia. entertainers hit the stage to help can kick off the event. they honored veterans from minorities communities vintage memorabilia was on display including u.n. forms.
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this -- i totally get this. it can be awkward when your children act up in public, especially in front of the president. a white house photographer captured this little girl's melt town. the president handled it with dignity, but needed help with this one. >> reporter: let's talk a little weather here. time for the travel forecast. we'll focus in satellite and radar, we have a stagnant pattern over the past few months. we have high pressure systems build off the carolinas, they have kept us dry and warm over the last month. we have an upper level low sitting here, if you're watching the phillies taking on the rockies, it's chilly out there because of the upper level low. they blow clockwise around the low and clockwise around the
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high. this portion of the country sees more moisture from the gulf. we have showers and thunderstorms from dallas to bismarck. if you're in this part of the country, it's a day you have to keep an eye to to the skies. we'll see showers and thunderstorms flaring up again. this is where the warm and humid stuff is that will be traveling east over the next few days. chilly to the north warm to the south, memphis 71. travel forecast quiet up and down the eastern seaboard. logan, everything on time, 55. chicago, 62. orlando, 76 and all is quiet in atlanta at that, 63. phillies come alive in washington d.c., jeff skeverski has that and more. >> reporter: after a season-high, 8 runs for cole hamels hopefully they save runs
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for aaron harang. how about the phils they beat up on nats third inning ryan howard rbi 3-0 lead. franco, no doubt about it. 2-run shot. happy birthday, desmond boots it. the straws burger has not lost to the phils in 4 years. howard ut-oh of here. only one player in baseball has more homers than howard. hamles cruises 8 innings and allows 8 runs.
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phils won first four starts in # years. kyle korber is out with an ankle strain. game three in the west, andre igadola. iggy with a slam on houston. former sixer. houston we have a big problem warriorses a 3-0 series lead they are a win away from the nba finals. how about usc fighting a former drexel wrestle and bethlehem native taking on number one ranked in the usc187. that's the soaked round. the match goes all three rounds.
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mckofey loses. four jaw dropping scenes like this in practice, a crash sent three time winner flipping backwards. >> the cars turn around and go backwards after a crash they go airborne that's the result of the aero kits. i car officials have ordered them to alter the kits. indy 500 from the brickyard begins at 11:00. anaheim ducks are tied in
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the finals. keeping the game interesting. >> more to come on "action news," we'll be right back.
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>> new on "action news," a carbon monoxide leak in norristown sickens residents some criticsly. you're looking live at the vietnam memorial on penns landing, 58,000 died in vietnam. we honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. 7:29. outside we go to chris sowers nice holiday weekend so far. >> reporter: so far, so good, today promises to be nice, it's comfortable, lots of sunshine, bright blue skies just the way we like it. although temperatures are a little bit chilly. down the shore you'll see a sea breeze kick in later this afternoon that will put a limit on the temperatures later on. ship bottom, 57 degrees, beach haven, 57. ocean temperature 50. seaside heights coming in at 54.
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cape may 60. wildwood, 58. 66 degrees that's your ocean water temperature off the coast of wildwood. waves of 2 to 3 feet. its quiet down the shore but it's chilly. later this afternoon as the sea breeze gets going the numbers will plateau in the upper 60s. here's satellite and radar. nothing going on it's another quiet day, high pressure continues to dominate the pattern that means sunshine expected today. if you're staying in the city, 82 degrees, a little bit warmer than yesterday. humidity leaves comfortable, though mostly sunny skies. the jersey shore you're up to 73. yesterday you topped out in the mid 60s. it's warmer, before the sea breeze kicks in it's going to be a breezy day. poconos 73 degrees, very refreshing with sunshine. the pollen count remains on the low to moderate side today and tomorrow, and then it starts to creep up again tuesday and wednesday, it starts to get a little higher, maple pitcher --
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birch are the main culprit. tuesday and wednesday the numbers start to climb again. speaking of climbing numbers wait until you see what happens with the temperatures this week, i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast when i see you in just just a bit. >> developing this morning, 8 people are in the hospital, two fighting for their lives after a carbon monoxide leak in montgomery county. fire crews were called out at to west airy street in norristown. they found elevated readings in five homes. the source of the leak a generator in the basement of a home. two are in critical condition crews had to rescue and give oxygen to two dogs. 7:31 on a lighter note. a whopping collective $368 million is up for grabs after there were no winners in
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the power ball or mega millions drawings. nobody got all six numbers. if you missed the drawing, here the numbers 9 15, 17, 31, 43, the powerball 16, power play 4. wednesday's jackpot will be estimated $154 million. there's another $214 million on the line in tuesday's mega millions drawing you you can see that drawing on "action news" at 11:00. turning our our old day weekend not everyone is heading to the shore. some folks are relaxing in the philadelphia. birth place of freedom. moat moat sampled the festivities in our fine city. >> reporter: the unofficial start to 2015 came with a lot of the people out and about enjoying a saturday night. >> it's awesome to be out here and hang out with friends it's
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gorgeous. >> reporter: spruce street harbor park swung into the season with ham mocks and food and fun for families who came from all over. >> it's nice, everybody is coming together, you can play with all the families and everybody is having a good time. >> reporter: there was a time for group selfies and pictures of delaware where we found the boats on the water with the american flags flying on this memorial day. >> reporter: i have friends we are very thankful for them and their effort they gave us for freedom. >> we generally don't go to the shore on memorial day. we hang in the city and have our friends to show around. it's been a fun day. >> reporter: back on the waterfronts something to dance or roller skate about as we continue the holiday weekend. >> reporter: we've seen everybody out and enjoying themselves we picked the perfect day for it. >> a lot of people say they plan to make their way down the
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shore today and tomorrow, they wanted to get the bestof both worlds and enjoy the weekend in the city. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> for folks who are spending their weekend at the shore it's been a cool, but nice start. the air temperatures was not as as -- not much warmer that were the ocean. this memorial day was a bitter sweet one for one retired military officer who helped bring an iraqi mother and her newborn to america. greg pepper was reunited with a young girl who he helped get out of iraq 18 years ago. she was 22 years old on the list of kurds allowed to leave iraq. she was not allowed to take her newborn because her baby was not on the list. pepper said if her name was
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greg, she could come to america on his passport. she looked him up and invited him to her graduation. >> she said i'm going to make the best of this opportunity. >> reporter: pepper said meeting her and watching her graduate makes him proud to be an american. ♪ >> the battleship new jersey in camden was a place where our fighting men and women were honored. veterans and officials marked the 77nd anniversary of the sip's commission, the u.s. s new jersey was built in 1942 a year after the attack on pearl has been -- harbor. a wreath was tossed into
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the river to remember those who passed away. a solemn tradition known as flag in, red poppies are warn as a symbol of remembrance to remember those who died in war. memorial day was formally called decoration day. a wreath-laying ceremony takes place tomorrow at arlington. today a 5k and 10k run to remember fallen firefighter. kenny what he what i whalen was killed in 1972. registration continues this morning at the ventnor community buildings 6500 atlantic avenue. the fee is $20 the 5k starts at another and atlantic avenues at 9:00. plastics and boxes fueled a
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dumpster fire that broke out behind 225 lincoln properties. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. no injuries were reported. there's still much more to come on "action news" this sunday. >> the pennsylvania ballet season is almost over and a new program is coming to the stage featuring one of the most flubs influential choreographer of all times. looking live at atlantic city beach, when we come back, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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[bagpipes playing] >> some of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation were honored at camden county veterans cemetary. this site is the final resting place for hundreds of veterans including 300 who served in the civil war. honored several brave men commonly referred to as the bravest generation those who find out in world war ii. >> it's been cooler and breezy. >> reporter: temperature-wise, it's warmer, but it's breezy, the uv index has nothing to do with the temperatures, it has to do with the angle sun. center city there's the shot looking towards camden, the
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battleship new jersey, 56 degrees. dewpoint, 50. wind out of the southwest at # miles per # -- 7 miles per hour. cape may, a little bit of a breeze southwest at #. 3. temperatures 63 degrees. 51 in millville. 49 in trenton. 45 in allentown. poconos, 49. wilmington and millville 51. wind speeds are generally light notice the direction they are starting to shift. they came out of the northwest this morning there's a southerly or southwest direction, the winds will shift out of the south later this afternoon. that will start the warmup. high temperatures top out in the upper 0s, slight increase in humidity, it's from tuesday on where you will notice it. satellite and radar we're quiet on the southeastern seaboard, very active across the heartland of the nation, across the fronts
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range and the missouri and western great lake states. showers flaring up here. indianapolis 500 takes place this afternoon, you can watch it on 6abc. there's a chance of showers during the course of the race. we'll see how that plays out. the pattern looks nice and comfortable today. it will be warmer, high temperatures climbing into upper 70s, low 08 -- 80s this afternoon. all this lifts to the north it pushes into northern canada, it turns hot and humid, not oppress oppressive but more hot and humid than we've been experiencing. once we get into tuesday it will be uncomfortable. poconos, sunny, 7 # degrees a delightful -- 73 degrees, there could a pop-up thunderstorm developing in the mountains with
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the passage of a warm front. 78 degrees, more humid in the afternoon hours. jersey shore warmer than yesterday, the 73 comes around 2:00 p.m. the sea breeze pulls you back into the 60s pleasant -- plenty of sun winds out of the of the south at 6 miles per hour. on # #-- 11:00 a.m. monday, 72 degrees, sea breeze kicking in. the numbers fall in the afternoon, winds out of the south at 5 to 15 miles per hour. ocean temperature 63 degrees, waves 2 to 3 feet. delaware bay much milder, the bay is shallower than the ocean 69 off the coast of fortescue 66 off cape may. delaware city, 69 degrees, bay temperatures are much, much warmer than the ocean. sun high clouds in philadelphia, pleasant. 82 degrees that's the forecasted high. which is 6 degrees above average
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for this time of the year. partly cloudy and cool, seasonable, 56 out lying suburbs, 60 for center city. the heat is on by tuesday tuesday, wednesday thursday, close to 90 degrees each and everyday. hazy, hot and humid, maybe a couple of thunderstorms wednesday and thursday, friday a cold front slides in it pushes the humidity out to sea. the numbers pull back into the mid 80s. saturday, it's hot again temperatures near 90 more empty way of humidity again. not a bad week at all. >> multiple sclerosis affect 2 million people worldwide, some of them are children, even though pediatricians don't see cases. >> reporter: at 16 allison reid is a veteran performer with big dreams. >> i would love to go into musical theater.
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>> reporter: but two years ago she was handed an unexpected roll. i had tingling on on my feet and the backs ever my legs. >> reporter: a battery of tests revealed she had multiple annual sclerosis. everything is bright white in the image where ms attacked. >> reporter: doctors say ms is unusual in children and teens. up to 5% of all ms patients have their first attack before 18. symptoms for kids are similar to adults abbey medications are similar, as well. but kids can face more emotional struggles and nearly a third develop depression. >> we encourage families to talk and talk right from the beginning. >> reporter: allison said going to camp with other ms patients was a huge help. >> it was good for me to learn more about it and how others are dealing with it and realize okay
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this is something i can deal with. >> reporter: now she is sharing word of her condition with classmates and friends to spread awareness about ms. young patients must work hard to prevent permanent disability down the road. it can be done and new immediate indications that can help are in the pipeline. kids with ms can and do live active lives just like their piers. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news."
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we were below the 88th southern parallel. we had traveled for over 850 miles. my men driven nearly mad from
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starvation and frostbite. today we make history. >>bienvenidos! welcome to the south pole! if you're dora the explorer, you explore. it's what you do. >>what took you so long? if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance you switch to geico. it's what you do. >>you did it, yay! it's the end and a new beginning for the pennsylvania ballet. 6abc loves the arts previews a program wrapping up the season. >> reporter: the pennsylvania ballet has loaded its final program of the year with one world premier two company premiers and three
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choreographers in a program. that program said artistic director foreshadows what he has in store for the next season. >> i'm trying to bring ballet that any other company around philadelphia can see. >> reporter: it is new positive beginning for the ballet. the company's premier explores a fusion of classical and contemporary dance. >> it's like a summer night that everyone is just dancing around and feeling the music. >> reporter: the company premier of william forsyeth is just the on it. he is one of the most influential choreographers of all time, you but this ballet has been rarely performed in the
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u.s. the program end with a works from nicholas fonte. we cannot announce it yet, i think it would be a good way to come back. >> reporter: the ballet runs june 11th through the 14th for tickets arena show times go to philly or go to 6abc 6abc loves the arts for this and other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> microsoft windows version solitaire turns 25 next month. microsoft will host an online competition. solitaire players worldwide will take on the best players june 5. the person who designed the
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online solitaire game received no royalties for it. >> the new jersey renaissance fair continues at bordentown. check out the highland games. there's the fair continues today and for the next two weekends. >> we'll be right back. sfx: (roar) ♪♪♪ sfx: (roar) sfx: (engine roars) dunkin's new vanilla coffee creamer really tastes like it has more vanilla flavor. how is that even possible?
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>> sky6 live hd taking a live look at atlantic city, a beautiful day shaping up for us, if you're going to be heading to the boards. >> not a cloud in sight. >> reporter: not too bad down
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there, a little chilly, temperatures warm up this afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're up to 82 degrees today. tomorrow we start to feel it. 88 degrees, although the humidity leaves are low on memorial day it's from tuesday on when we get into the soup again. tuesday, wednesday thursday, high temperatures close to 90 degrees humidity increases chance of pop-up thunderstorms wednesday and thursday friday a warmer, less humid we pull out of the 90s saturday we're back in the 90s with sunshine hot and humid. it's not officially summer and we have too many 90s. you want back to school. >> reporter: i did i taught kids about clouds and tornados and precipitation. this was in metaphor -- this was in medford. this was earlier this week. when i was in school there were only four oceans, the pacific atlantic, the indian and arctic. now there's five oceans.
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do you know which one they added? there's the southern ocean. i guess things change. very good. it's 75:35. we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hi, eva and nydia. coming up on good morning. historic flash flooding causing dangerous conditions across oklahoma and texas. rivers flood to record levels and our extreme weather team is tracking it all. protesters take to the streets of cleveland after a white policeman is acquitted after the shooting of two a black couple following a high-speed chase. finally we have a heartwarming story for you this memorial day. one young woman getting a chance to thank that gentleman right there. he is an american hero.
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because he is the soldier who helped her escape iraq as a baby. we have that tearful eunion at her high school graduation. we'll see you soon, philly. >> hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists rolled into washington, d.c. to pay tribute to those who died for our country. rolling thunder is a nonprofit group that provides aid to veterans and their families year round. it helps pay for meals and mortgages and other bills. they have organized a concert on the national mall in washington. "good morning america" weekend is next on chanl 6. "action news" continues later this morning. >> here's some of the stories we're working onen for you. carbon -- working on for you carbon monoxide poisoning
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sickens 8 people in norristown and two are in critical condition. not only did she make her own wedding dress she made it from a delicate material. we'll explain. plus, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for chris sowers, eva pilgrim and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great morning we'll see you at 9:00.
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well, sir. after some serious consideration i'd like to put in my 15-year notice. you're quitting!? technically retiring, sir. with a little help from my state farm agent i plan to retire in 15 years. wow! you're totally blindsiding me here. who's gonna manage your accounts? this is a devastating blow i was not prepared for. well, i'm gonna finish packing my things. 15 years will really sneak up on you. jennifer with do your exit interview and adam made you a cake. red velvet. oh, thank you. i made this. take charge of your retirement. talk to a state farm agent today. what's happened to snacking? how did it become absent-mindedly eating one after the next, after the next? so predictable and so unsatisfying? what about pulling up a chair, a stool, a beanbag, and actually tasting our food. we are a creamy cheese that still believes in the beauty of a knife, in the elegant swipe of a . . . swipe. of course, that doesn't mean you can't dunk us or scoop us up. enjoy every single sol-i-tar-y bite. the laughing cow. reinvent snacking.
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