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>> good morning, it is 5:30, saturday june 6. here are some of the stories we're following on "action news." large crowds wait in long lines to pay their respects to beau biden. a van crashes into a septa bus leaving three people injured. police make a major marijuana bust. those stories but first chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i took a peek before i came over
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here. >> reporter: it's a little gray we have a cold front pulling through, it will linger through the rate morning hours through lunchtime and the skies brighten up, it will be a nice afternoon. we're sitting at 64 degrees, right now in philadelphia. trenton, 61. allentown, 62. there's not much in the way of humidity it feels comfortable. lang 6 -- lancaster 64, dover 63, there's the front across eastern pennsylvania, showers passing through. most of the activity is from harrisburg to the west of lancaster. some of that will swing through around lunchtime maybe a couple of more showers kind of flare up with the passage of that front. otherwise it's a mixture of clouds and sun we're shooting for a high of 80 degrees. winds out of the northeast 5 to 15 miles per hour which will keep the shorepoints cooler.
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you can see the idea is for a gradual increase in sunshine. # p.m., 7. 6:00 p.m., 78 degrees, not a bad start to the weekend. we have a better day tomorrow, prus -- plus, hotter temperatures in the forecast. >> a final farewell to beau biden. a military honor guard carried his casket into the church of saint anthony of padua. it was a long day of morning for the former attorney general and talking with those who came here, we heard a similar refrain. great father, dedicated husband and humble son. beau biden's casket arrived at
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the church in the afternoon. outside hundreds gathered and waited in line to pay their respects to a man who dedicated much of his life to the first state. >> that speaks volume of the family and of beau biden himself that all these people are willing to be out here waiting in line to pay their respects to the family and beau's family. >> i think he was a great guy a great family. >> reporter: political heavyweights from across the county made their way here to mourn with vice president joe bide and his wife jill. it was yet another untimely death for the nation's second in command. his first wife and 1-year-old daughter died in in a tragic car accident in 1972 shortly after he was elected to the senate, now he lost his beloved son beau. >> this is a wonderful man here i'm proud to have been --
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i don't think anybody could have done a better job. >> sweet plight, kind loving, smart, all the things you would want your kid to be. >> beau biden left behind his wife hally and his two children, he was 46. and there will be a mass followed by a burial it begins at 10:30 a.m. president obama is expected to deliver the all eulogy. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> you can watch the funeral service online at 6abc.com. the live coverage starts rat 10:30, we posted a photo gallery of beau biden's life and career at 6abc.com. a philadelphia police officer injured 30 years ago has died. police escorted the body to give
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in give -- funeral home. he died from complication from an accident he was 55. funeral raiments have not been announced. chester delaware county where family and friends held a vigil for she she shellman bird, he died after his bike collided with a police cruiser. he matched the description of a suspect in an armed robbery. officers say he had a gun. his family wants answers. his d-a's office is investigating. three people were injured in an overnight accident after crashing into a support column for the septa el. they were in a work van that hit the column. one person is in critical condition. no word on what caused the driver to loss control. new this morning police in
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delaware have made a major marijuana bust. police say they found five pounds of marijuana after executing a search warrant in the unit block of elsmere boulevard in elsmere yesterday. when officers searched the home they found several grams of marijuana along with drug paraphernalia, then they want inside. >> we discovered the defendant had a car parked 0 outside of the residence. we secured a search warrant. we executed the search warrant and found five pounds of marijuana in the trunk. >> the drugs have a street value of $5,000. one person was taken into custody. tips from inform informants in the area led to the bust. police charged two teenagers with several armed robberies. they were arrested thursday. investigators say they have
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linked harden to five incidents anthony in two robberies. the philadelphia mother accused of abandoning her disabled son in cobbs creek park is competent to stand trial. the psychiatrist who made the determination said the 41-year-old does need metal health treatment. her 21-year-old son spent five days in the woods with no food or water police say parlor left town to see her boyfriend in maryland. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for august. a man suffered life threatening injuries after being hit by a broken bat in fenway park. she was carried off by a stretcher during a game between the boston red sox and the oakland athletics. it was a stunning announcement out of pakistan, 8
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militants in the attack of malala was acquitted. there was explanation about the discrepancicy other than the prosecutors claim supporters misquoted him at the time. today marks the 71st anniversary of d-day. allied forces stormed normandy on this day. the invasion marked the beginningful end of world war ii. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. who is responsible when a customer walks out an a restaurant tab? the waiter for the restaurant? we'll get to the bottom of the problem. colorado had so much hail covering the roads it looked like a snowstorm.
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>> reporter: we have showers flaring up this morning and a few more expected this afternoon, it will not ruin your day, i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather forecast when i see you again right after this.
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i'm the parent of a victim of sex trafficking. people need to know that even good kids from good neighborhoods are still vulnerable to this tricked environment where they're being taken off the street and put into bondage. >> violent storms raced across colorado severe weather spawned tornados that ripped off roofs. in denver, residents opened their doors to find 3-foot piles of hail.
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the piles of ice blanketed the streets like snow. near denver, a sinkhole swallowed a police suv. the officer was on patrol at 2:00 a.m. when the street gave way. he managed to crawl out on to the suv roof and pulled himself on the pavement. the officer was in the seriously hurt. the sinkhole formed when a storm water pipe under the road there broke. they just haven't had a whole lot of luck in the weather department. >> reporter: don't visit denver. violent tornado hail, sinkholes, we'll stay on the east coast. it's a lot quieter here that's for sure, waking up to a thick overcast. cloud deck shrouding the sky. can't make out the skyscrapers. it should be a nice day showers possible around lurch time.
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it -- lunchtime. 60 degrees winds out of the south at # miles per hour. -- 3 miles per hour. most of the areas in the 60s reading, 65. millville, 62. trenton coming in at 61 degrees, the story for today, we have a cold front that's actually stretching through new england through central pennsylvania. that's in the process of pulling through. once it slides through we'll have high pressure that sets up shop for sunday and monday. maybe a 2 or 3 hour window where there could be a passing shower from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. that's about it. double scan live showing we're seeing showers concentrated to the south of harrisburg, most of that won't make its way into the delaware valley. the bark is worst than the by the. we'll see reds and yellows. we have a possibility of a couple of showers as the front
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slides through this is around midday by 3:30, the phillies start time, 3:05, looks like the showers should be through at that point. we are sunny north of the pennsylvania turnpike, cloudy south and east. 6:00. everybody seeing lots of sunshine at that point. overnight tonight we'll go mainly clear as the winds shift out of the northeast keep the shorepoints cooler than inland locations and then we get into sunday afternoon. sunday looks outstanding. lots of sunshine, temperatures in the upper 70s look ahead here the weather maps high pressure firmly in control for tomorrow, we'll hold all the weather at bay until we get into monday. monday afternoon the warm front slides through that will be quickly followed by the cold front both fronts could trigger showers and thunderstorms we do have the possibility of drenching downpours come monday afternoon, probably after 3:00, 4:00 p.m. for the poconos, sun and clouds, 72 very comfortable degrees. sunday, mostly sunny 70. for the jersey shore it's not a
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bad day but it's not a bad you'll be sitting on the sand soaking in the sun either. expect clouds, limited sun passing showers possible. 71. sunday nice sea breeze kicking in. more than likely keep you in the 60s. lots of sunshine, but not too terribly warm. passing shower, yoarchlt, -- overnight, cool, 50 degrees. 80 degrees. winds out of northeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's quiet out there, sunday mostly sunny 79 coming off the high of 80 degrees which is on par for this time of the year, that's where we should, 83 monday, showers and drenching thunderstorms late he in the day with the front. tuesday, warm, 84, wednesday
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86 degrees, thursday and friday, high around 89. there are forecast models that keep you in the 90s. we'll get to where you like it. >> i like it a little hot. >> reporter: i forget what the high 80s look like. >> >> reporter: i like the weather this week, it was a little cool, and not as hot as 90. >> don't forget to check out 6abc.com/weather for storm tracker 6 live radar and the hourly forecast. fyi visitors gloucester county new jersey that offers customers a unique way to dine. >> reporter: this is our meal also in the front directly behind the market, these are our egg-laying chickens. >> reporter: meghan bought the farm a year ago with her husband bill. by day they sell produce.
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at night the place transforms into a restaurant. >> you're in our market you're having the full experience of true farm to table. >> it includes 8 courses of fresh food. >> the pork was raised on the farm. >> so local, you can taste the difference. >> you can watch the chef as he prepares the meal. >> he is doing all the cooking and the prep in front of you. >> reporter: enjoy desert around the camp fire. >> it's fun people like the nights. >> reporter: they say the experience is something their customers never forget. >> and everybody that walks through the door is happy to be here. they walk through a smile on their face and leave with a smile on their face. that's a lot of magic. >> you can see an all fyi philly on 6abc beginning at # p.m.
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good saturday morning, sky6 live hd taking a live look for us now over atlantic city. a little gray for us today but meteorologist chris sowers says it will change, but it will take a little this morning. 5:50 65 degrees. texas doctors have achieved a transplant first. the first human scalp and skull transform. the drugs he took allowed a rare cancer to develop under his scalp. radiation kill the tumor but destroyed the top of his head. >> i could not get the transplant for the the organs without fixing my scalp.
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>> it took a year of planning by doctors from two hospitals on may 22 the 15 hour procedure took place to transplant the skull and scalp plus he received a new kidney and pancreas. he has sensation in the new scalp and the transported organs are doing well. pregnant women are known to take medicine, but a new study is getting comfort to women fighting serious condition of depression. depression in pregnancy do not raise the risk of severe breathing disorders in newborns. babies can adjust to breathing outside the womb. fda said they were not sure if an anti-depressants were linked to the disorder.
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15% yearly increase in rent. a number of factors are creating pressure on the rental market. millennials are renting for longer the housing inventory is tight and the housing crash has scared would be home buyers. there are people who want to live in urban areas where renting is more common. amazon is offering free shipping on all small light-weight items. orders over $35 qualified for free shipping, but now orders of $5 will reach your doorstep without having to pay chipping shipping. you will have to wait 5 to 7 days instead of the two days amazon offers it's prime members. many have waited at tables and there are times when diners dine and dash. who covers the check?
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>> reporter: this began with a facebook post i shared. katie posted this, to the family who came in yesterday morning for brunch who decided not only to leave a 3-dollar tip on this 71.78 check they decided to walk out without paying. thanks to you i had to pay up the bill. fairly to do so i would have been -- failure to do so, i would have been terminated. we talked to the server and restaurant manager and employment lawyer for answer. katie said customers intentionally skipped out on this tab. this was the response of the managers. >> if you do not pay this, half or full, don't bother coming back. you have to pay it like it's our policy if you walk out you have to pay it. >> i talked to her manager.
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how is that the servers fault? >> if she was around her station, she should be aware of it. >> reporter: after i contacted tiffany diner they did give her money back, they looked at surveillance video and saw what happened. what's the deal? community legal services employment lawyer haven't reviewed this particular case, but tells me in general the loss of the order is a business loss that should not be placed on the back of server. firing someone is retall -- retallation and illegal. if minimum wage is not earned with tips, the employer must make up the difference. >> will you consider about and change the -- think about it and consider changing the policy? >> yeah. >> consumer resources is a
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fifteen percent or more on car insurance you switch to geico. it's what you do. put the fish in the cooler! >> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m., saturday, june 6. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." a final goodbye family, friends and dignitaries will pay their last respects to beau biden this morning. new overnight one person was seriously hurt in a crash on i-95 in delaware county. plus we're finally drying out and we'll see the sun and warmer temperatures, but not quite yet as you can see on the sky 6. meteorologist chris sowers joins us for a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a little gray still. >> reporter: it is but this was a much needed

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