Skip to main content

tv   Action News Weekend 9A  ABC  July 11, 2015 9:00am-10:01am EDT

9:00 am
battle could be coming to an end. what governor wolf is saying. those stories in a moment, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: looks good. >> that's all you have to say? we suffered for weeks. >> reporter: we deserve a nice weekend and we're going to get it now. if you're watching me down the shore, you're probably saying it doesn't look too good right now. see that sunshine and bright blue it's heading your way. we've clearing conditions and it promises to be a nice day around the delaware valley. trenton, 74. lancaster, 71. sea isle, 75. boards in atlantic city, 75. there's a small little disturbance from west to east from baltimore to the coast ocean city maryland getting wet down here. cape may a few spritzes and sprinkles around. you look up toward the
9:01 am
northwest. there's nothing out here. clear conditions west of philadelphia. a few high, thin clouds, this is working off the coast in the next hour or two. places across the delmarva will experience a nice afternoon. it will be a mostly sunny day warm and comfortable. we're not talking about high humidity levels. 88 degrees will feel like 88 degrees. that will change next week, the humidity increases and the threat for showers and thunderstorms increases. i'll talk about that when i see you in just a bit. >> new this morning five people are recovering in a hospital in a crash in bucks county. they were inside a car that flipped over several times and went off the road. the happened around 3:00 this morning. two people were thrown from the car. police are sorting out what caused the crash. new this morning a truck arena car collided in montgomery leaving several people injured. the truck landed on its side at
9:02 am
black rock road at hollow road in upper providence. police say five people were hurt, they were evaluated on the scene. police are determining who or what caused that crash. cleanup continues today and all weekend long after not one but two tornados touched down in the area. one of the twitters destroyed the blue mountain school in berks county thursday night. the high winds ripped the roof off, the prince was inside the school -- the principal was inside the school at the time. she said the weather before gave little warning that a tornado was about to hit. >> i heard hard rain and then i heard the wind, i was like oh, wow, when the ceiling tile was flying at me, i knew it was more than strong winds. >> school officials hope students can attend a sister school school around the corner
9:03 am
when classes resume next month. in new castle delaware, a tornado snapped telephone pole and hit a mobile home park. a mobile home twark -- park was left damaged and three homes destroyed. visit 6abc.com there you'll find live satellite images and street level radar and get a look at the accuweather team by following them on facebook and twitter. >> we're learning startling details about dylann roof who went on a killing spree inside a south carolina church. fbi said roof should have never had his hands on gun this revelation came hours after the could be -- confederate flag was
9:04 am
removed from the capitol building. >> reporter: accused killer dylann roof should not have been able to buy a gun. the national background check failed. roof killed 9 people admitted to drug possession during an arrest a revelation that should have prevented him from buying a weapon, but that information failed to surface during the background check. >> the fbi is continuing to investigate what happened. >> reporter: the fbi admitting the painful lapse hours after the confederate battle flag came down from the grounds of the south carolina state house. a historic moment set in motion by the killings which was labeled a hate crime. >> if we can do this in south carolina we can do it all over the world. >> reporter: many of the victims' families were at the state house and thousands of
9:05 am
others who came to witness a day many thought would never come. >> it would be inexcusable for me not to be here. democrats trying to seize the moment are pushing to remove from the u.s. capitol any emblem that has portion of the flag. mary bruce abc news washington. >> new on "action news," iblghtsly -- italy is vowing not to be intimated after an explosion in cairo police think a car bomb went off. the consulate was closed no staff members were wounded. what or who caused the explosion is under investigation. italy is pledging to help egypt fight terrorismism. new at 9:00. thousands of people are pouring into bosnia to mark the anniversary of the holocaust.
9:06 am
dozens of other foreign dignitaries including bill clinton are taking part in the ceremony mourning the 8,000 muslim men who were killed in a town who were slaughtered by boznian troops. they will lay the newly found victims to rest. in greece, greek parliament passed a bailout proposal early morning. the vote allows the government to use the proposals as a basis for negotiations. the package contains tax hikes and deep spending cuts for if anything over three years. without a deal, the county risks crashing the euro. pennsylvania's stalemate is in 11th day with no new talks in the works. governor wolf said he wants to
9:07 am
raise taxes to wipe out a long term detective skit and increase -- deficit and increase education aid. he is insisting that the deficit be addressed honestly and without smoke and mirrors. wolf vetoed the republican spending plan which included no new taxes because it fell short of his education goals. the republicans say the stalemate will continue as long as wolf insist on a tax hike. thousands of fans lined the streets of new york city to celebrate the world cup champions. nora muchanic was there. >> i was screaming so loudly. >> reporter: serena of pennsville was among the thousands line the street fans
9:08 am
cheered as the world champions rode on floats through the i don't know -- canyon of heros. >> being here is a dream come true. i'm so happy to make it. >> reporter: and to see them in person. >> incredible. >> reporter: it was incredible for the team after receiving keys from the city's new york mayor. carli lloyd was overwhelmed with gratitude. i'm a jersey girl, philly fan, but new york city you guys are awesome. the world cup was a dream come true but having the parade in new york city, it's the best moment of my entire life. >> i believe that's the reason we won the world cup because none of us ever stopped believing and neither should you guys. >> crystal brought her own homemade cup to the festivities. >> it's the first new york ticker parade for women's
9:09 am
athletic also. >> four of the team are from new jersey. carli lloyd and the u.s.a. team join the likes of charles lindbergh and nelson mandela and a few other select people who have had a ticker tape parade in their honor in the canyon of heros. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> ready, sweat swipe. we'll tell you how a new app can help you land your dream job. say it ain't so, a summer staple is no longer on the menu at ritas. clouds and showers are pulling away, but they will make a comeback in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i'll let you know right after this.
9:10 am
9:11 am
9:12 am
>> self video captured a car driving backward in la for more than two miles. it drove backward and across thed the center line and went around curves missing vehicles. a local tv station handed the police the video. they are looking for the driver and passenger and the car however because they were driving backwards the car plates were hidden. >> i have good news for you
9:13 am
unwhat today's date is. >> reporter: 11th. >> 7-eleven. they are giving slurp -- slurpees for free. >> reporter: double scan live, if you look toward the bottom of the screen south of cape may delaware louis bethany beach. wet weather heavy downpours west to east. if your vacation spot is down in delaware, the beaches of delaware, ocean city maryland, stay patient a lot of this will work east and out to sea over the next couple of hours. penns landing clearing out nicely now. 77 degrees dewpoint, nice and comfortable. only it would stay in the 50s. 58 degrees winds out of the north at 8 miles per hour. we have a heat index of 79.
9:14 am
there's the slightest hint of humidity in the air this morning. cape may 77. still overcast, dewpoint, 63. winds out of the northeast at 6 miles per hour. north and west we go, fleetwood 71. slatington 71. martins creek 73. tanersville, 70. the poconos 59 degrees this morning. buena, 75. gandys beach delightful morning on the delaware bay 75. smyrna, 74. woodbine checking in at 72. humidity wise later this afternoon, nice and low stays in the comfortable department it will stay there tomorrow. maybe it edges up tomorrow afternoon. but overall this is an an enjoyable weekend. well not see the stifling humidity. temperatures where they should be for this time of year upper 80s, close to 90. no threat of showers or thunderstorms. clear conditions across the great lake states. that's the weekend mostly sunny
9:15 am
skies today and tomorrow. here's future tracker 6 reinforcing. maybe this afternoon high, thin clouds that's about it partly cloudy overnight tonight, sunday morning, same thing mostly sunny skies, high thin clouds later in the day. lots of sunshine today low humidity levels 80 degrees, sunshine for sunday, 83. jersey shore gray and gloomy right now, you'll see a ton of this this afternoon. i promise you more sunshine is on the way. low humidity levels an comfortable. morning clouds, 82. mostly sunny for sunday, 83 degrees same thing on the delaware bay. temperature-wise you're around 87 88 degrees, the water is nice and flat. not much of a breeze all the cloud cover pulls away. allentown, 87. clouds and sunshine, pleasant. trenton, 86. dover, 83. millville, 85. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast tomorrow we're up to 90 degrees this 90
9:16 am
feels okay, humidity levels are up a notch but not too terribly bad. sunny and hot. sticky monday, you'll feel that. thunderstorms possible late in the day 86 degrees, showers and thunderstorms possible tuesday 89. some of the storms could be on the stronger side. wednesday, warm and humid 88. threat of showers and thunderstorms. thursday, sun and clouds, 86. friday, mostly sunny 889 degrees, we deserve a nice weekend you'll get it. and a free slurpee. >> typhoon slammed into the chinese coast packing winds up to 100 miles per hour. authorities evacuated 1 million people. hundreds of flights have been canceled. no reports of death or injuries. the typhoon could be the strongest to hit china since 1949.
9:17 am
9:18 am
>> this is so sad big changes
9:19 am
are coming to rita's italian water ice because of the avan flu outbreak. it will no longer offer can you cument cument -- custard, because of the nationwide egg shortage. it will be back when there's a supply of eggs. if you're looking for a new job, we have an app. >> reporter: when it comes to searching for love, tens of millions of tinder users are swiping their way to a hot date. now a new app promises you to choose your next job with the same efficiency. >> you want it to do the same thing for job matching. >> reporter: it allows job seekers to go through thousands
9:20 am
of potential positions aman mousily. --usly. it's designed to give both sides the direct connection missing in the just don't believe and hiring hunt. >> i saw an app that would give you personalize the job recommendations so i thought i would try. >> i didn't have to deal with the recruiters or middle people. i want to the hiring manager. >> reporter: the hiring manager said his app is the main way of finding prospective employs. >> here's a link to their profile and that kicks off the interview process. >> reporter: the app founder says it save employers time and money eliminating the need to wade through countless online
9:21 am
applications and cover letters. while switch is still a strart up, it plans -- start up, it plans to expand to more industries and hopefully allow people to swipe their ways into job interviews. >> we had a keen grasp on the kind of candidate they were looking for, it was a smooth dialogue. >> how low will the phillies season go? season hopes to rebound after a crashing loss last night. highlights, if you want to call it that, next in sports.
9:22 am
9:23 am
>> sky6 live hd taking a live look with our temple university camera there at the tennis
9:24 am
courts at temple. doesn't look like our friend is out there playing tennis this week. maybe it's because the weather is too nice he has better things to do today. sports, in a dreadful season, the phillies hit a new low last night. they got crushed 15-2 in san francisco. cole hamels gave up a career worst 12 hits and nine runs, four of the runs on a grand slam by former phillie hunter pence. the most phillies have given up all year and the most the giants have had in a game in the 15 year history of the at at&t park. the teams play again tonight. here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, that sixers kings trade from a week ago is official. they get a shooter they need. the 6'6" guard was the 8th
9:25 am
overall pick he shot 42% over the last 22 games. they landed jason thompson and carl landry. eagles training camp begins in 22 days, soon we'll be happy again, but will we be satisfactory? the eagles are a new-look team. chip kelly made major changes in key conditions like quarterback and running back. malcom jenkins likes what he sees on his side of the football. >> we should be better, i'm encouraged, i know the team is encouraged about what we accomplished this off season. jenkins was in northeast philadelphia, the safety his foundation provided food and essentials for families in need. yesterday's second round of the u.s. woman's open in
9:26 am
lancaster par 4, 4th hole. her approach throw it up there and let the green do the rest. eagle two at the end of round two. amy yang was the leader. a low level soccer match in argentina. the goalie tries to throw the ball down field. did that just happen? he threw the ball into his own net, eve never seen that before. i hope he never does it again. >> that's sports, i'm ducis rogers. >> sanford university students created a cool car that's not a drag. the solar power ride has a twist to help with aerodynamics. we have the driver on the right side, the battery pack on
9:27 am
the left side. previously the driver was in the middle. >> there's just room for the driver which means temperatures in the cabin can reach 100 degrees, a scout car up head helps. it even warns of kangaroos. that feature may help them when they travel to australia for the travel rails in -- race in the fall. >> much more to come on "action news," including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> this is sadie she is from sammy's voice. she is this week's winner of the "shelter me rescue of the week" contest. >> we'll have more on that, and meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday at 9:00 continues.
9:28 am
9:29 am
>> happening now on "action news" saturday at 9:00. police are investigating an overnight sexual assault on a local golf course. a second chance for historic church it been saved from demolition and parishners in fishtown couldn't be happier. the popemobile has the need for too much speed. some people say yes and they are not too happy about it. first, though let's head outside to chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. we don't want this weather going anywhere fast. >> reporter: good morning to you, eva. we have mostly sunny skies and bright upstairs.
9:30 am
jersey shore seeing sunshine in a few hours. center city, 78. levittown, 69. one thing you're not seeing is how low the dewpoints have fallen off. we're in the 50s it's nice and refreshing. we don't have to deal with the oppressive humidity. glassboro, 75. gandys beach 75. woodbine 78. avalon, sea isle city, 77. satellite and radar still have a little bit of cloud cover around the delaware bay, cape may county, southern atlantic county as well as the delaware beaches. it is racing off to the southeast. give it another hour or two the skies should brighten up down there. cape may, a nice shot overlooking the water. look at how flat the ocean is the this morning. not much of a breeze. the winds are out of the north/northwest at 5 miles per hour. they will be shifting in an easterly direction later this
9:31 am
afternoon. that's a sea breeze that will help keep things a little bit cooler on the sands. here's the weekend kickoff 88 degrees, warm not humid sunshine. jersey shore 83 degrees, clouds and sun. poconos sunny and refreshing 80. lunchtime in the city, 83. 6:00 p.m., lots of sunshine anticipating a comfortable high of 88 degrees. sun sets at 8:31. eva, did you know, the days are now getting shorter. even though we are in the middle of july. football season about a month away, we have nice things to look forward to. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about the thunderstorm threat. >> thanks, chris. philadelphia police investigating a sexual assault on the grounds of the cobbs creek golf club. according detectives it's near the second hole.
9:32 am
they are talking to the alleged victim. officers noticed her walking in the area around 4:30 a.m. so far no arrests reported. a second florida state football player is in trouble and again it's for punching a woman. dobbin cook has been arrested accused of battery. police say he punched a woman outside a bar. witnesses say a woman was involved in a disagreement with another man. overnight florida state's president supported cook rasp immediate and indefinite suspension. quarterback was kicked off the team for allegedly punching a woasm. the coach said his players will be held accountable for their actions. his lastis winston was accused but not charge with rape. saint laurentius church has been saved from the wrecking ball. >> reporter: a piece of
9:33 am
philadelphia history now protected. the former saint laurentius church has been saved from the wrecking ball. >> it's the right decision. it is the first and oldest polish catholic church in the city. the historic commission voted to designate a historic place preventing the archdiocese from moving forward with plans to demolish it. cracks are growing and scaf -- scaffolding has gone up to catch the falling bricks. >> it's a beautiful historic stuck -- structure. >> hopeful they can do something to keep it sounds. >> reporter: margaret who attended school here for a year isn't celebrating yet. >> they might be giving us false hope, they can't tear it
9:34 am
down, but where would the money come from to fix it. >> reporter: in a statement, the afternoon -- archdiocese wrote today's ruling did not take into the consideration the saift factors such as public safety hazard. >> many believe money is available to preserve a piece of fishtown history. >> there are grant for this rehabilitation, whether or not it's a church again we can't say. the archdiocese estimates it could cost $3.5 million to restore the church, they will keep it on the market while they appeal the city's decision. >> defense attorneys plan to appeal the conviction of the family in the deadly courthouse shooting.
9:35 am
davidciz and his mother sentencing is set for october. they could face life in prison. >> this trial represented the life of christine bellford. the conviction was the first of its kind in the united states. >> federal agents have raided another city hall in the area, the second in a in a matter of days fbi searched reading city hall. ap reports they were looking for items related to michael fleck who served as campaign manager for reading mayor and allentown mayor's senate campaign. agents raided allentown's city hall prompting the mayor to
9:36 am
spend his senate campaign. this year's naacp convention is underway. thousands are expected to attend including president barack obama and bill clinton. trish hartman has more. >> reporter: teens from across the nation are here in philadelphia competing for the naacp program. among them, students is from south carolina who watched as the confederate battle flag was lowered. >> it's not about hating one another we can come together. >> it feels like we are coming always black people more reunited. seeing if we all stay together there will be a change. we made history and the flag is down. >> reporter: on june 17, 9 black church members were gunned down during bible study.
9:37 am
the man charged with the killing surfaced in the days after the rampage posing with the confederate flag. naacp leaders say their fight to bring the flag down began with an economic boycott in south carolina 15 years ago. >> what a proud moment it is not for the state of south carolina only, but for this republic, the united states of america, whether a symbol of hatred of division and exclusion was brought down! >> reporter: naacp leaders gathered at the pennsylvania convention center to highlight the five day national convention featuring appearances by barack obama and bill clinton and u.s. attorney general loretta lynch. tourism officials say the gathering will bring $10.5 million to the city. >> the naacp convention is
9:38 am
needless to say one of the most prestigious convention we ever book. >> at this hour pope francis leads mass in paraguay it's the final stop on his trip. pope francis held baptisms and religious celebrations at the shrine when he was archbishop. the pope has reached out to the poor during the south american trip. some people in paraguay are complaining about the driver of the popemobile complaining it went by too fast leaving people who waited for hours to see francis with only a fleeting glimpse of him. the vatican said the pope traveled at that speed because they did not wants a repeat of the delays they had seen in bolivia and ecuador.
9:39 am
for updates on his visit for the world meeting of families, follow our twitter feed 6abc pope. a texas family got caught in a rip current. hear their incredible story and how a selfie stick helped save them. summer is trial prime time for lime disease, we have tips to predict yourself from ticks in "healthcheck." and we'll have a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" returns.
9:40 am
9:41 am
i'm sigourney weaver and new york is my home. there's no place like it in the world... like our state parks. the adirondacks are my favorite. for hiking, fishing, camping, you name it. niagara falls is the oldest state park, but visiting it never gets old. the readers of a national newspaper voted letchworth the #1 state park in america. watkins glen, #3. new york state parks are a gift. plan your vacation at iloveny.com/summer there's something for everyone.
9:42 am
>> a family from texas is lucky to be alive after being swept away by a rip current off the massachusetts coast. they were saved in part by a selfie stick. the father, and mother and daughter were swimming in unanimous -- nantucket when the current pulled them out to sea. >> i did a few tours overseas in marine, i never felt that type of fatigue or fear. >> aaron was holding a video camera attached to a selfie stick. they hold on to the stick -- they held on to the stick together until someone helped to pull them to shore. a selfie stick. all the haters of the selfie stick out there.
9:43 am
>> reporter: there's good use for it. >> reporter: that's the thing with a rip current you never want to fight a rip current let it take you, you want to swim parallel to the beach. the last thing you want to do is fight the current you'll lose every time. here's the view in penns landing. we've cleared out nicely, sun shining down brightly. it's a beautiful morning in the delaware valley. humidity levels nice and low it feels good! double scan live showing moisture to the south. everybody else doing okay. temperatures climbing in the 70s and close to 80. 77 in philadelphia. wilmington, 75. lancaster, 72. reading, 71. allentown, 74. the poconos no humidity up there. only 70 degrees, you get down to 59 this morning. so somewhat of a chilly start especially fore july standards. satellite and radar the cloud line working through the western
9:44 am
suburbs, that will continue to push east over the next few hours. it will spectacular out there. double scan live zoomed into south of philadelphia and wilmington. this is the mouth of the delaware bay. you can see we have wet weather stretching from lewis, rehoboth beach to ocean city. some of it is heavy. this batch will continue to pull east. again if this is where you're traveling, you have to be patient, you'll have to wait for a couple of hours for this to clear. the jersey beaches, we're starting to clear. it's going to be a nice day. surface maps looks like, all the humidity, thunderstorm activity we saw it's down to the south across the tennessee valley and the across the virginias and the carolinas. same thing sunday, high pressure bullies it's way in. monday the high works out to sea, which will allow the activity to pull to the north. the humidity increases that
9:45 am
means the threat for showers and thunderstorms increases and that means temperatures get close to 90. it will turn unsettled as we start the workweek. lots of sun for the poconos. 80 degrees mostly sunny for sunday 83. picture perfect up there. jersey shore clouds beginning to pull away. lots of sun by afternoon. beach haven 80 degrees, brigantine, 81. nice breeze 5 to 10 miles per hour. cape may 81 degrees. the boating forecast the water is nice and calm, maybe two to three foot seas not a big deal. low tide around now. high tide 4:30 there's the winds out of the east at 5 to 10 miles per hour. philadelphia, warm and comfortable, clouds and sunshine 88 degrees, overnight tonight, partly cloudy and mild. 63 degrees outlet lying suburbs 69 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we're up to 90 degrees tomorrow, sunny and hot no humidity for sunday.
9:46 am
that 90 will not feel all that bad. monday, 86 the humidity starts to increase, thunderstorms are possible late in the day. more showers and thunderstorms tuesday, 89. wednesday, warm and sticky, 88. thursday looks all right 88. thursday, 86 and friday, 89 degrees. we'll get showers and thunderstorms in the workweek, not the weekend. >> yeah, weekend is when we don't want the wet weather. just so you know we periscope through this weather forecast. our periscope folks want you to sing the forecast after hearing you sing. >> reporter: the whole thing? >> you guys have no idea. no idea. thanks chris. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" winner sammy's voice. david murphy has more on how this group is trying to save
9:47 am
pitbulls. >> reporter: sammy's voice is trying to change the perception about pitbulls. >> there's aster -- a stereo type about the breed. >> reporter: the mission to educate the public. >> they are loveable, affection ate. >> she was adopted from a local shelter, but sammy was left behind. sammy's voice hopes to share her story, but not her fate. one of the biggest challenges i found was to find fosters especially for a pitbull. >> reporter: they were working with the burlington county animal shelter torched a foster family -- to find a foster family for springer. he was neglected and abused and now he needs a place to call
9:48 am
home. >> gray son is around 3 years old. found as a stray severely emaciated. he came in with cropped ears but has a big heart to share with a few family. zena is one year old a pocket pit, smaller in statute, but big on personality. >> and this is sadie about a year old a stray brought in around christmas, but looking for the gift of a forever home. they can be a couch potato or play, she also looking for a family to please. if you're interested in sadie or any of the pets you've met go to the sammy's voice website. vote for your favorite shelter or add a rescue group to the risk by going to the "action news" "shelter me rescue of the week" facebook page. we'll have the top vote getter
9:49 am
next week on "action news." david murphy channel 6 "action news."
9:50 am
trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? webuyanycar.com takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, drive to your local car buying center. and three, walk out with your check in as little as 30 minutes. buying used cars is all we do... all makes and models... no dealership pressure. we'll even settle your loan or lease. so don't wait. get your free online valuation now at webuyanycar.com
9:51 am
>> here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware valley. celebrate national blue berry month at peddlers village there will be bluegrass and new grass and country music acts happening today and tomorrow 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. parking is free both days. mount holly hosts a second airport crawl enjoy an afternoon of art movie and food from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. live music gins at 5:00 p.m. in "healthcheck" if you spend time outside in wooded areas you're at risk for lyme disease in our area. ali gorman has more. >> reporter: pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware have seen a high number of cases of lyme
9:52 am
disease. in fact pennsylvania has more cases than any other state. i spoke to a doctor who treats lyme disease and was a patient himself. dr. robert fisher said after spending time in the poconos he didn't take his own advice. he developed severe headache and muscle aches and high fever. >> i was as i can as a -- i was as sick as a dog for five days and i noticed red blotches. >> reporter: that's a rash that signifies lyme disease. >> two-thirds have a large red blotch it can be round or oval or irregular in shape but it's fairly large 5 10, sometimes 15 inches in size. >> reporter: lyme disease is
9:53 am
treated with two to four weeks with antibiotics. prenches -- prevention is key. use insect repellant. if you find and remove a tick within 48 to 72 hours it can't transmit the disease. of. >> if you can find the ticks and remove them you're safe. >> reporter: the west way to remove -- the best way to remove the tick is to take tweezers and pull it straight out. there may be small parts leftover, but they won't make you sick. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> up next, chris sowers will take a final look if he the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. the stay with us we'll be right back. and pe blood clots. xarelto® has also been proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem.
9:54 am
for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, and dietary restrictions had me off my game. not this time. not with xarelto®. i'll have another arnold palmer. make mine a kevin nealon. really, brian? hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more ea sily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto® may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto® can cause serious, and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleedin g, unusual bruising or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto® watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not tak e xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto® tell your doctor about any kidney liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto® has been prescribed more than
9:55 am
11 million times in the u.s. and that number's growing. like your guys' scores. with xarelto® there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®.
9:56 am
>> one last check. forecast. >> reporter: we have a nice one today, tomorrow nice, but a little bit warmer. speaking of nice it should be nice for the union game taking on the portland timber ppl park. temperatures in the mid 80s low humidity leaves lots of sunshine. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast a touch hotter tomorrow, 90 more sun monday tuesday wednesday turning unstable, highs in the # 0 -- 80s. >> fans are buzzing about visit at comic-con. harrison ford said he is okay after being injured in a plane crash. the force awakens hits movies december 18. it's made by disney our parent
9:57 am
company. jack hanna's wild countdown is next. we'll be back tonight at 6:00. and we'll see you tomorrow. now that the temperatures are heating up, we have tips for keeping fido safe. the mann summer concert series is in full swing. you can take a look at some of the artists who grace the stage this year. >> i'm eva pilgrim, have a great saturday, we'll see you tomorrow morning.
9:58 am
9:59 am
10:00 am
>> "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. >> hi, everyone, i'm jack hanna coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo and welcome to "wild countdown." you know, i'm a little jealous of the animals on today's show 'cause they all have something i never will--a tail. oh, sue, sue. some tails are dangerous... >> he relies on his tail for catching prey. >> some are powerful. >> he can kill you by the tail. >> he can kill me by the tail? and some are critical for high speed navigation. oh, my gosh. today, i'm on the trail of seven exotic creatures to see how they use their

53 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on