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standoff. plus rude, awakening for residents in frankford when fire forced them from their home. but first meteorologist chris sowers has your accu weather forecast. it has been a nice weekend. >> up until this point and today will be repeat performance of yesterday with the exception we should in the see quite as much included cover in interior sections of south jersey as we saw yesterday. looks nice. temperatures in the mid 80's when all is said and done and low humidity levels there is live shot at cape may and jersey cher will be dealing with are your surf and rip currents. really that is only flight in the ointment for this entire forecast. otherwise, pretty is in there on the stan. it is chilly to the north. poconos 54. in millville get down to 59. just outside pine barons in south jersey. atlantic city 60. dover 62. philadelphia, 72 degrees. sixty-nine in tannersville. pottstown 7o saint david 66. chester checking in the at 07 degrees. glassboro up to 74 already. cinnaminson 71.
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and, buena 71. it is i warm morning but very comfortable out there. satellite six with action radar we have cleared things out nicely down the new jersey shore. that little cloud mass, that is exiting stage right, that was all associated with that coastal storm that developed off the del marva yesterday. that produced high, thin cloud, and, strong wind down to the northeast, five, 25 miles an hour. today should be calmer. decent amount of sunshine and slight breeze. by 9:00. seventy-seven. 1:00 o'clock eight 46789 by 5:00, 85. we will top out at 86 in the city. cooler on the beaches. of course, always cooler in the poconos. i will have the the forecast for shore, poconos and city in a few minutes. we will talk about potential for severe weather in the seven day forecast, nydia. >> chris, thank you. new this morning fire forced people from their homes at philadelphia's frankford section. blaze broke out just after 6:30 here in the 4200 block of row main street. when fire fighters arrived they found heavy smoke pouring from the up are floor of the
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home and they called in additional crews. they evacuated neighboring homes as a precaution. fire put it under control in a half an hour. there were no reports of injuries. also new a suspicious fire gutted a north philadelphia restaurant and the restaurant owner's home. action cam was at the scene in the 2400 block of north broad street. fire broke out a little bit before 2:00 in the three story vacant home on the block and quickly spread to another vacant home, and then ripped through asian american restaurant on the corner property. the owners were still in the restaurant at the time and then got out safely. but again restaurant vice badly damage and two store ace above the restaurant where they live is in bad shape. investigators believe someone may have started the blaze. a 21 year-old man is dead after crashing a car in center city. action cam was on the scene on the 400 block of lombard just after 3:30 this morning. police say driver was speeding when he lost control and slammed into a tree. car then crashed into a wall outside a community center
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before finally landing on its side. driver died at the scene, three passengers in the car were not hurt. a 19 year-old college bound student is in serious condition after getting shot at his owning ago way party. it happened on the 16 hup block of, locust street in west philadelphia dozens of people came to the party to support the 19 year-old who was preparing to go to college. the at 10:45 last night someone at the the party started arguing with the teen outside the house. investigators say during that argument the suspect pulled the gun and shot the young man. victim is at penn presbyterian hospital. the suspect ran off and remains the loose. man remains in critical condition after being shot at a city play ground. it happened just before in midnight at the tarken playground in oxford circle. on the 6300 block of some are dale avenue. police say the 26 year-old victim was shot once in the chest. he was rush to the hospital. there is still no word on what spark the shooting. police are hoping surveillance video will lead them to the driver involved in the deadly confrontation in
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northeast philadelphia. they say a man was stabbed to death, after he tried to flag down that driver going on the wrong way down the on way street. "action news" reporter jeff chirico has the details. >> reporter: family and friend mourned loss of thomas ewing a 21 year-old with dreams of keeping philadelphia safe as a police officer and new one of the cities latest victims of violence. >> we're all in shock we cannot believe it happen. >> super guy with which is whole future in front and then this happens. >> reporter: police say it happened on the 7300 block of reveer street at 2:40 a.m. ewing was walking home with friend when someone got out of the pickup truck and stabbed him in the chest, shoulder and abdomen and then took off. a witness said he saw ewing collapse. >> i looked down and said something is wrong. he was down. i saw the one kid, giving him cpr. and then he said, come on, come on, get up, get up. >> reporter: ewing was pronounced dead at the hospital. police say the confrontation
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began when victim yelled that he was go the wrong way on the one way street. >> that is what happen. think something happened in that baron cottman and the boulevard and something happened as he was walking home. >> reporter: jimmy ewing worked for him through high school and college and recently left to be a welder. >> my brother went over there this morning. we dropped off some food. it was sad. we saw mom and dad. they are in pieces. they are still in shock. unbelievable this could happen. >> reporter: philadelphia police are reviewing surveillance video from the dine their shows that truck pulling out of the parking lot. thirty he lease say they are looking for a black, dark blue, ford f150 or 250. if you know anything you are urged to call the the philadelphia police. in northeast philadelphia, jeff chirico for channel six "action news". developing right now, houston texas, police are looking for a motive in the murders of eight people, including five children. police were called to the home late last night to check on the residents, a man inside began shooting at them. after an hour long standoff the gun man surrendered and
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the officers discovered the dead. officers say there was already a warrant begins the gun man for an assault on a family member. in arlington, texas a medical examiner has rule the shooting death of a black college football player by a white police officer a homicide. the fbi and arlington officials are investigating the death of the unarmed teen which happen during a burglary call in the car dealership. authorities say officer brad miller shot 19 year-old christian heyward several times during the early morning incident on friday. officer miller is describe as a rookie nearing the end of 16 weeks of field training. >> no real problems, you know, just a good man. >> christian take already played defensive back at angelo state university. the football team has acknowledged taylor's death on his twitter page. new york city officials say a a it looks like legionnaires disease out break has been contain. they say even though five more buildings in the south bronx tested positive for bacteria, there is in sign of anyone in
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those buildings have contracted the disease, and buildings have had their cooling towers cleaned. ten people have died, in what is the largest out break of legionnaires disease in the history. 108 people contracted illness which is a form of pneumonia. happening today the eagles will hold their last opened practice at training camp. it will happen at the link at 11:00 a.m. the team will honor military personnel today. quarterback sam bradford was looking really sharp yesterday hitting the he have isers in tight spots. chip kelly says bradford looked great and is not showing any problem with his surgically repaired knee. we will have much more on the eagles practice in our sports report in the next half an hour. well, olde city is getting a i new look. plans are in the works for up scale high rise apartment building on race street right next to the ben franklin bridge. space has long been a vacant lot and long awaited project is finally getting off the ground. "action news" reporter sharrie williams as details. >> there is nothing like this building in philadelphia.
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>> reporter: philadelphia's olde city is getting a new neighbor. >> a ground breaking ceremony was held for a new apartment building, known as the bridge project. at the corner of second and race street, it is just a stone's throw away from the delaware river waterfront. the project started 14 years ago in 2001 but it hit some snags. >> we started to do some designs. we ran into opposition. we ran into a recession. it took about five years. and then we started to enjoy tremendous resurgence of philadelphia. >> reporter: that resurgence started with the race street pier, high end park on top of the pier that is under ben franklin bridge and then came along this new construction apartment building at race and columbus boulevard. and then now, the bridge. city leaders hope it will connect olde city to the waterfront. seventeen stories high, it includes parking forecaster and bicycles, a gym, a hammock area and 24 hour concierge,
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the look is breathtaking and fresh. design by club plus out of new york city. >> this design has evolved overtime but i think it reflects in many ways the best of what we can do in this city. >> we can mesh the the old with the new. look at it done properly done right setback off the street, to not give that appearance of being right on top of the regular neighborhood. >> reporter: nearby businesses and resident that we spoke with say it is an exciting change for olde city. >> it is going to be a removal of blight in the empty parking lot that people park down in and it was dirt. no one maintain it. it is glam to see we will have change and bring more people in the neighborhood. >> reporter: sharrie williams for channel six "action news". exciting indeed. is there much more to come on this sunday morning addition of "action news" in, health check we will break down the top diet mistakes. why experts say just a few wrong moves could derail your diet. also ahead high chairs are a a must have for parents with young kid and cleaning them doesn't have to be a headache?
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consumer report puts top brand to the test. and now a look live through sky 6hd, meteorologist chris sowers has your exclusive accu weather seven day forecast when we come right back. people of the coffee drinking world, dunkin' has a dark roast coffee that's deliciously roasted just right for a bold start and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve.
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the 60-degree water. >> i can see the bridge, and, you know, when you can see that, you know, you have to finish it, and i definitely had to dig really, really deep. it will take me a long time to recover. but, i will not think about doing this ever again. >> her goal keeping a careful watch because great white sharks are often in them hunting for many elephant seals in the area. wow. >> pretty amazing. >> i think i would change my plans. >> yes. >> well, i don't blame her. >> let's get you outside, we will show you what is going on. it is a gorgeous morning out there. we have a lot of sunshine peak go through now, just a few cloud, south and west of philadelphia, actually. humidity is in check. we have slightest breeze, very tranquil, feels good. that is view from temple university cam. mr. william penn pen hanging out on a sunday morning.
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77 degrees now here in philadelphia. temperatures are starting to spike. trenton 76. allentown 75. millville 71. poconos 69. reading at 73. satellite six with action radar showing a couple cloud across central pennsylvania. running along appalachians, in the valley, baltimore, d.c., down to richmond a few high thin cloud. that is it. that will thin out. we are not expecting anything threatening out there today. we will see a combination of sun and cloud throughout the afternoon but that is bit. models inching toward a spritz or sprinkle for lehigh valley. west of the western suburbs there is a chance of the shower but that is out of our viewing area overnight tonight, quiet, comfortable once again but after midnight we will start to see humidity increase a little bit. monday afternoon is a day that will start off with some sunshine, increasing high cloud during the the day and then maybe one or two showers developing in the far western suburbs after four or 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon.
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now monday night into tuesday where everything turns downhill. we will start to see a good system, potent system accredits high plains that will spawn severe weather today. that will fly east. moves in our neck of the wood midnight monday night. into tuesday morning. tuesday morning's commute could be slow across the area. modeling is hypothesissing toward, several downpours. the drenching downpours. these will be slow moving storms, these storms could produce anywhere between one and 2 inches on have rain in less than an hour's time. that will cause ponding on the roadways and a possibility of some flooding. so monday night into tuesday, here's our big concern. it is numerous cloud to ground lightening strikes, heavy drenching downpours high probability of. that strong wind. moderate probability of seeing. that and large hail and tornadoes. we are not too impressed with what we are seeing for any of that to happen, but we cannot completely rule that out. pock necessary to take mostly sunny, very comfortable. 77 degrees. nice and quite to it day. new jersey shore it will be quiet on the sand but if you
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venture in the water we will run risk of moderate risk foreseeing rip currents. be careful. just like yesterday you have to pay close a attention to the life guard. the sun and cloud, slightry breezy. but there will still be a breeze. 80 degrees. that is the forecasted high on the beach. here's some of the swells, again, being generated from that storm system which, i'll step out of the city just off the coast, of new england at this point. you can see the 4-foot waves right there on the beach. these five and 6-foot waves. these will push closer to the shore as the day wears on. very similar, and yesterday, we will get those waves on the beach, risk for rip current begin to increase. be on the look for that, 85 in reading. wilmington 84. and, and, clouds and sun, at 84. cape may 8o the exclusive accu weather seven day forecast we will go 86 in philadelphia. eighty-five tomorrow. similar days at least as far as high temperatures are concerned, and today is comfortable. tomorrow not so comfortable.
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the tuesday very uncomfortable with dew points spiking in the 70's. and numerous showers and thunderstorms. high right around 80. wednesday and thursday nice and refreshing. we will see a canadian front slide through. highs in the low 80's, no humidity. friday, a saturday even though we are close to 90 degrees there is no humidity. >> i like it when it is refreshing. thanks, chris. is there more heading out the door, check out six abc.com/weather. you'll fine radar images, plus hourly forecast from accu weather. remember to follow our team of meteorologists on social media for expert advice on all wet are events. more than a dozen beach necessary avalon could reopen today after a strong current, formed dangerous cliffs. according to public reports the the beach patrol closed beaches from ninth to 24th streets yesterday after seeing cliffs of up to 5 feet. beaches are expected to reopen today, conditions permitting. we will be right back.
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welcome back on this very pretty sunday morning at 9:19. 76 degrees. sky 6hd looking live at center city. low humidity. high of 86 degrees. really nice out there. on health check at 9:00 f.d.a. is alerting tattoo artists and consumer not to use any ink called by a thousand virgins. taps on unopened bod also turned up, taps of mold and infections. they recalled the in k earlier but f.d.a. is worried they are being used and still up for sale on line. link, the inks are gray washing shade, labeled g1, g2 and g 36789 they are from lot 129, and have a january 2015 expiration date. if you have them, do not use them. now to the top diet mistakes people made. registered dietitions say one of the most common things they see is people not eating enough, or eating the wrong food. some people think if they skip meals they will lose weight but many times doing that
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backfires. more likely to binge eat and in the long run eat miracle wrist. the also counting calories alone could set you up for failure. you want to be picky where your calories are coming from. >> when you change how you are eating, you look at that something you can do long term. that lifestyle change. something you can do forever. you will never be on this or off of it, you will be just healthy eating more fruits, vegetables, lean meats, whole grains and healthy fats will help you feel fuller longer and decrease cravings but overall, again you want to make small changes, that stick. any parent knows child care isn't cheap, so planning ahead can help you save. a recent survey from care.com find average rate for nanny is $488 a week. for two kids in day care it is $340. after school sitter cost just under $200 a week. care.com says research ahead of time can avoid more rushed and some more costly decisions later on. it recommend talking to your
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boss about flex time or any subsidized child care. parent can also consider a flexible spending account to help save.
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breakers hitting the beach but it does ant peer that we are seeing too many rip currents. that is just a breaking wave. that is how it all starts. we will start to see kind of swelling about there, as those rip currents develop. so jersey shore, sun, clouds, could be breeze bye not as windy as yesterday, rip currents a strong possibility of that later on. a atlantic city 8o ocean city 70's. eighty's in cape may. delaware beaches 82. nydia. >> cool viewer picture, chris. so is what the deal, and for families with young children and those with serious messy marvins in the house we know high chairs are essential but some are more user friendly than others. consumer reports safety tested nine high chairs new to the market all with voluntary safety standard and many of features that could make meal time and clean up a lot easier. >> there is food all over daniel from head to toe. we have to change his outfit, and he also leaves food all over his high chair. >> in fact, easy cleaning is
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so important for parents that consumer reports recently added it as part of the high chair ratings. joan, who oversaw the testing, found some of the high chairs hard to clean. the the graco slim snacker has lots of slots where food an collect and does not have a tray insert. >> which is basically a second tray cover that fits over here, and it is nice to have, to just take that off and wash that rather than take the whole tray. >> this has a insert but does not cover main tray so wash food off both incertain base tray underneath. a better choice the fischer price easy clean. at $85 it is a consumer reports best buy. >> tray insert covers the entire tray so you might getaway with clean the insert each time. >> testers found straps easy to wipe off and cover is machine washable. another future is a high chair that can grow with your child. the high low chair rotates to be a booster chair and easy to clean because it is made of
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molded plastic. but it is expensive. $400. testers found the hardness very hard to use. >> hardness in particular is a nightmare. >> consumer reports found one high chair to recommend ingenuity three in one deluxe. seat comes off and cabbed use as a booster seat and base can be used as a toddler chair. the whole thing is easy to clean. the at $90 it is a consumer reports best buy. consumer reports stresses that no matter which high chair you use your child should be fully buckled in to the harness system every single time you use the the chair. is there still much more to come on this sunday morning addition of "action news", bernie sanders interrupted. the presidential candidate is forced to step aside when activist take over a campaign stop. be bright, positive, never give up. a pep talk for the panthers meet kid coach who is melting hearts all over north carolina, those stories and more plus meteorologist chris sowers has your exclusive
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seven day forecast when "action news" continues.
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happening right now philadelphia police are looking for leads after two deadly shootings just hours apart. tragedy in california, another fire fighter has been killed, battling those massive wild fires. and, remembering michael brown, people in missouri will be marching today to pay tribute to the teen on the
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first anniversary of his death. first meteorologist chris sowers joins us outside with your accu weather forecast, can't wait to get out there, chris. >> looking nice today, right now, we have in mostly clear conditions, lots of sunshine, very comfortable temperatures, beautiful morning, up and down, the the entire eastern seaboard not just here in the delaware valley. seventy-three in pottstown. saint david, 68. quakertown 73. warrington 74. tannersville up there in the mountains 69 degrees. you got down to 54 this morning. seventy-four in cinnaminson. seventy-six in glassboro. 75 degrees in gand i's beach. satellite six and action radar couple cloud to the west. high thin clouds. nothing threatening. that is about it as far as a storm system pulling away, there it is, a better look, off the coast. that storm is responsible for producing those huge swells. we have had four to 7-foot waves, out of the beaches yesterday producing rip currents. you can see that very same thing once again down the shore today.
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here's your day planner, 77 degrees right now. by lunchtime 83. 3:00 o'clock 86. by 6:00, 84. coming off an anticipated high of 86 degrees. again, i know i'm beating this to death but i want to go over this again here. two weekend ago we had a entire family rescued off the coast of wildwood because they got caught up in rip currents. i want to throw this out there is there a moderate risk for rip currents up and down new jersey shore and delaware beaches today. the wind north on the beach ten to 15 miles an hour,seas of three to 5 feet. high tied at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon. lovely day. enjoy yourself. if you go down the shore have a good time, soak in the sun, but lets all just be safe out there today. nydia, back inside to you. >> good reminder, thanks chris. traffic was stopped for hours on lincoln drive after a tree fell across the road. action cam was at the scene near gypsy lane. it took the night for crew toss cut the tree and remove
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it. there were no injuries fortunately. philadelphia police are searching for the gun man in a triple shooting in kensington. it happened yesterday, on the 3200 block of e street. police say a 46 year-old man was shot in the chest and then killed. another man was shot in the back, and is at temple university hospital in critical condition. a third victim is in stable condition, and so far, there is in word on a motive. search is also on for suspects in the deadly shoot helping in north philadelphia. police were called to the 600 block of west mayfield street just after 6:00 last night. thats where they found a 29 year-old man shot in the head. he was pronounced dead at the scene. pennsylvania's top copies due back in court later this month to face charges of perjury and obstruction of justice. kathleen kane surrendered to authorities yesterday. as "action news" reporter trish hartman reports, both kane and her attorneys continue to deny any wrongdoing. >> reporter: kane entered the montgomery county building that houses the county detectives right on time saying nothing to reporters on her way in.
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on her way out, using a different door, avoiding the media all together, instead her attorney spoke pointing out holes in the state's case begins kane. >> leaves out players, it leaves out communications, it is really only a very small part of the story. >> reporter: kane was arraigned by a magistrate judge in collegeville 7 miles away using closed circuit television on charges that kane leaked confidential information to the philadelphia daily news last year, from a 2009 grand jury investigation, and later lied about it under oath. prosecutors say that she did tonight retaliation against former state prosecutor who allegedly made her look bad. that prosecutor, frank fina who worked under then attorney general tom corbett and prosecuted jerry sandusky. in december, a statewide grand jury which met in montgomery county recommended charges against kane. on thursday, prosecutors announced the charges against her. >> this is an important case for the citizens of the commonwealth of pennsylvania. it is a sad day in that there
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has been an arraignment now for the chief law enforcement officer in the state. >> reporter: in 2012, kane became first woman and democrat elect as pennsylvania's attorney general. the scranton area native first touted as a rising political star has said she will not resign despite these charges, a rocky three years in office and call from governor tom wolf to step down. kane is free, on $10,000 unsecured bail, unless she retaliates against or intimidates any witnesses in the case. prosecutors say that is a routine bail condition. as for the next time kane will appear in court she's scheduled for preliminary hearing august 24th at 1:00 p.m. n norristown, trish hartman for channel six "action news". six abc.com is your home for continuing updates on this story. that is where you can find raw video of kane arriving for her arraignment, for a list of charges against her and details on the history of the investigation. one year ago today, unarmed black teenager michael brown was shot to death in
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ferguson missouri by a white police officer. a peaceful march was yesterday in ferguson. the 18 year-old death sparked black lives matter movement and months of protest in st. louis and across the country. moment of silence will be held at a memorial created in brown's honor. then a silent march to take place at a church for a community services. zero seven years ago today the the u.s. dropped an atomic bomb on the city of nagasaki, japan killing 74,000 people. during today's solemn ceremony in front of the cities memorial honoring those killed by the the bomb, the city's mayor called for an end to all nuclear weapons. a bell told at 11:02 a.m. exact time that the bomb exploded seas. japan surrendered six days later ending world war two. an american solder is dead and several others wounded after a series of attacks in afghanistan's capitol. more than 40 people were killed and some 300 injured in the attacks in kabul on friday. it was the worst toll on
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civilians in a single day in several years. the taliban has claimed responsibility for at least two of the bombings. another fire fighter a has been killed battling the the wild fire in the california. the u.s. forest service says that the fire fighter died when he was hit by a tree in the lake tahoe area. second fire fighter was hurt. meanwhile evacuation orders were lifted for hundreds of people who had been evacuated due to the massive fear near clear lakes, california. it is 70 percent contain, and 109 square miles in three counties. the national park service now says that montana man found dead in the yellow stone national park was a victim of the grizzly bear attack. traps have been set but officials have closed off the area until further notice. abc an "s" adidi roy has more. >> tragic day. >> reporter: this morning officials warning visitors of the one of the country's most iconic national parks. after a montana hiker was found mauled by a grizzly bear. >> the wild life at the
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national park is wild. >> reporter: authorities say man whom they are not identifying had defensive wound own his forearms and they found partial tracks that a appeared to be an adult female grizzly and at least one cub were involved in the hiker's death. >> is there a bear on my car. oh, my god. >> reporter: there have been grizzly sightings at the park, this bear, caught on cameras in june, pounding on a car with children inside. >> i was a little bit scared. >> the bear basically was jumping on the car with his front paws. >> reporter: no one was injured in that incident but on average one person is injured in the grizzly attack every year. yellow stone's back country. according to the national park service. and, a grizzly can weigh as much a as five refrigerators and stand up to 8 feet tall. this attack is first death by a grizzly bear in the park since two hikers were killed in separate maulings in 2011. this video taken in yellow
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stone a few years ago is just one example of how dangerously close some park visitors come to the bears. that was abc adidi roy reporting. activist stole spotlight from democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders during a campaign stop in seattle. >> if you do not the listen to her your event will be shut down right now. >> sanders just started his speech, to several thousand people when two black lives matter activist took over the microphone. after waiting 20 minutes sanders tried to take the mike back but was pushed a aside owe then waved good bye to the crowd. during a rally at the university of washington late their night sand's dressed the issues raised by the protesters. he told the crowd in president will fight harder to end institutional racism and reform the criminal justice system. on the republican side there has been a shake up in donald trump's campaign. the campaign says that trump fired roger stone, one of his
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top advisors but stone maintains he quit, he even gave the campaign a rest evenings letter. in that letter stone says he was unhappy with the direction of the campaign and current controversies involving trump. trump has been under fire most recently because of his controversial comments about "fox news" host megyn kelly. there is still much more to come this sunday morning on "action news" can a judge force someone to get married. one couple in texas says, no, we will have reaction to the big talkers. plus eagles fans, they could be flying at olympic games. we will have details. now we are looking live through sky 6hd philadelphia international airport there we should not have any traveling troubles, not because of the weather anyway. meteorologist chris sowers has your exclusive forecast in just a few. we will be right back. a school caused quite a
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commotion at a major league baseball game. little guy ran on the field during eighth inning of the royals/tigers game.
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fans quickly cheered him on while players tried to chase him off the field. the squirrel, stuck around a little bit before he eventually made a beeline, for the doors. >> you know, we are seeing it more in baseball games. that is fourth or fifth time i have seen them. >> they are not afraid of the ball or people. >> no, they are not. >> here's the view, at penns landing, it is nice out there, comfortable, we have decent sunshine, and temperatures in the 70's right where they should be. upper 60's, lower 70's right on par for this time of the year. speaking of right on par here's the almanac. eighty-six is what we are forecasting for today which is normal for this time of the year. low a couple degrees warmer. normal low 69. sitting at 77. reading 73. allentown 75. trenton 76. avalon, atlantic city both showing 74. satellite six with action radar showing a few high clouds to our immediate west but that is about it. high pressure controls, just
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east of the charleston, west virginia. that will continue to pull on down to the south east, over the next 12 to 24 hours. so surface maps look like this coastal low which brought clouds to the new jersey shore yesterday, now it is pulling off to the north east in the canadian mar times. they will see rain out there. coastal maine, and, rough surf out there as well. but for us back here in the delaware valley, all is quite it this sunday morning. we will see slight breeze out of the northwest. that is bit. for monday we are tracking this storm right here. this is a potent area of low pressure which will create severe weather for high planes in the heart land of the nation. that will weaken as it moves east but is there still quite a bit of energy associated with this as it pulls through. we will watch this closely. it can spawn severe weather come tuesday afternoon. that front sits overtop of us. now good news with this front is once this crosses the area regardless of whether we see severe weather, air behind this is nice and refreshing. straight out of canada no humidity at all. temperatures by thursday even
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though we are forecasting 80 or 82 there are forecast models thursday in the 70's. real nice stuff behind that front. rainfall totals now with the models starting to get in the range. they show three-quarters of an inch to inch and a quarter depend ing on who exactly sees those heavier downpours, but there are some outside models showing as much as 2 inches in parts of the area so again monday night into tuesday, that is right, we will see heavier downpours arriving. partly sunny for lehigh valley. very comfortable. 84 degrees in the the forecast ted high. speaking of the lehigh valley, music fest continues this evening. lar is head liner taking stage at 8:30. partly cloudy, pleasant. temperatures falling back in the lower 07's at that point. seventy-three by 8:30. new jersey shore nice one, 80 degrees. sun and clouds. light breeze out of the north at ten to 15 miles an hour. watch out for those rip currents though. water will be choppy and rough if you are doing boating. just take it easy out there. eighty-six for philadelphia sun and clouds. the wind north east at five to
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ten. then overnight tonight partly cloudy and tranquil. 63 degrees. outlying suburbs. seventy for center city. here is your seven day forecast which is pretty quiet outside of monday night into tuesday. it is only shot of rain we have over the next seven days. 86 degrees. sun and clouds today. it is comfortable. eighty-five tomorrow. it is sticky by the afternoon. increasing cloud. monday night into tuesday we will get into that oppressive air mass. tuesday, even though we are forecasting only 80 degrees for a high, factor in the humidity, it will feel awful out there numerous showers and storms, wednesday, dryer air moves in and nice, crisp, thursday morning, 82 degrees for a high, friday 86 and then saturday, 89 degrees. first football game is actually tonight. >> yes. >> that time of the year. >> your favorite time of the year. >> yes. >> and contaminated water from an abandoned gold mine in colorado has reached new mexico. water containing, toxic materials like lead and arsenic has turn the river between the two yellow and orange. waste water began spilling
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from the mine wednesday when clean up crew for the environmental protection agency accidentally cut the dam. the flow has been reduced but epa estimates that a million gallons of water has went through. (plays throughout)
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sunday morning. it is 9:48. sky six taking a live look at cape may, new jersey. the weather is nice but there is a moderate risk for rip
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currents so be careful out there. the the avalon beaches are set to reopen conditions permit bug we are still check ago this out. they were closed yesterday because of rip currents that caused cliffs as high as 5 feet. ♪ i ain't got no big money, what you got on me won't need a big mac ♪ >> a mississippi man is showing off his talents in a unique way, he is an aspiring singer, he was ordering food at mcdonald's drive through when his friend suggested he sing his order. as you heard, he did just that. the employee was shocked, but was a nice customer. at the big board with this weeks big talkers, parents forcing couples to get hitched in arranged marriages. how about this, couple in texas says, a judge, forced them to get married. twenty year-old, and 19 year-old elizabeth james have been together for more than a year. he got in a fight, with james
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ex-boyfriend and ended up facing an assault charge. in court, the judge gave him the choice, marry jane within 30 days or spend 15 days in jail. he says that he was a phrase of losing his job. so the the two set a date and said their i do's as ordered. >> none of my sisters, my family members, accept more mother, grandmother and nephew. just such short notice i could in the get it together. >> it felt like we weren't going to have the wedding we wanted. it would be pieced together there for a minute. i didn't even have a white dress. >> the judge is not commenting on the case but constitutional law tern says ordering someone to get married is in the legal. bundy and james say they don't regret tying the knot but they wish they could have done it on their own terms. yeah, i bet. now to a serious envy. he was born with a lot of hair.
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now he is six months old and his locks are super long. in fact, kids have already had two haircut and mess kid don't even get their first one until they are two. apparently that hair runs in the family, his sister ela was born with the full head. to compare this to another six month-old, here's his cousin chloe who is still waiting for hers. we will be right back.
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welcome back, taking a live look now from our temple university camera here looking at city hall in center city sky line. a beautiful shot there and a beautiful day. sports now, fightin
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phillies are living up to that name. team is in longer struggling in last place in the nl east. here's jeff skversky with all of your sunday morning sports. hey the way phillies are playing it feels like 2008 all over again. phillies have been the best team in baseball since the all-star break and they are no longer the worst team in baseball. phillies back in san diego, and this is how phillies fans feel right now. look at padres ground crew guy, maybe next season next season on dancing with the stars. phillies, stars of the second half chase utley lead off double. herrera with the rbi single in the first. he can hit like the bull and run like one too. herrera scores on the wild pitch. two to nothing phillies. and then in the third it is herrera happy hour up the middle gets through. herrera accounts for their nurse three runs. phillies win, four-two. and the phillies are on a role, and out of last place. former phillies store
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jamie moy erin duck in the seattle mariners hall of fame last night. moyer spent 11 seasons in seattle before coming to the phillies in 2006. the souderton native had his pal cole hamels on hand as well with the rangers in town. moyer has most wins in mariners history. eagles linebacker kiko alonzo remains sidelined at camp with a concussion but everybody else just fine. don't worry michael kendricks, zach ertz and demarco murray return after missing time. demarco murray a full go back at training camp but running back is in the running with the starters. ryan the matthews and darren sprawls got first teamwork. sam bradford continues to get majority of the first team reps at quarterback. by all accounts bradford looks great after back to back left knee surgeries but let's be honest, until he is thrown in the game, a week from today, it is hard to judge his progress. >> getting more comfortable, you know, more 11 on 11 he gets and pocket awareness and things like that. but i think that is what we expected when we traded for
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him. >> he is a leader. obviously we all know he is a great quarterback. he has got all of the skills. i think he has a calmness about him. he will be a great player for us. >> and the eagles have an open practice today at the link for the fans. free. that is sports i'm jeff skversky, have a great day. if you are a ultimate frisby fan you well like this, international olympic committee has granted the world's flying disk federation full international recognition. that means flying disk sports can be considered for futuro limb pick games. millions play this game. popular, in ultimate frisby. it combines strategies of songer and american football. and it was a short but glorious coaching career for six year-old, braylen bean. last night he was head coach for a day for carolinas panthers open practice. he has inspired thousands, in videos of him dancing after chemotherapy went viral. last night he gave the team a will beer room pep talk,
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worthy of a seasoned pro. >> be bright, be positive, never give up, have heart, go cats. >> good job. bray len brought down the house when he wrapped up his coaching career by showing off his famous dance moves. the team says it was a clause in his contract. speaking of football, eagles fans as jeff mentioned are flocking to the link for the second and final open practice, we will will take you their life. plus police are investigating an overnight crash in center city that claimed the life of the 21 year-old man. those stories and more plus meteorologist chris sowers will have your exclusive forecast when "action news" continues this morning. come to sesame place before little kids become big kids. and celebrate our 35th birthday with our new neighborhood birthday party parade.
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welcome back at 10:00 o'clock on this sunday august 9th. in the news, a teen is rushed to the hospital after being shot at a going away party in west philadelphia. developing right now, eight people, including five children are found dead inside of a texas home after a police standoff. plus rude, awakening for frankford today residents when
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fire forced them from their home. meteorologist chris sowers a at "action news" big board with a look at are accu weather forecast. >> good morning, mid y we are doing good here temperature wise. it is climbing quickly now. philadelphia up to 80 degrees at this 10:00 o'clock hour. wilmington 79. trenton 79. allentown 76. skies blue. lots of sunshine out there just a few high thin included out to the west is about it. dew points, way we measure amount of moisture in the air will stay in the 50's. just like yesterday should be a nice comfortable day. gets higher as we get into monday and then tuesday we are back in the oppressive category. seventy's, and this is going to be on the lower even. i think viewing area will be more like 72 or 73. that is when we have our best chance of showers and thunderstorms. then right here you see how it goes back down as a canadian front bringing dryer, cooler temperatures, into the the region, by thursday, and friday. actually wednesday, thursday, friday. rest of the week looks nice. for today, how about this, sun and clouds. we will call it pleasant.
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86 degrees is your forecast high. very low humidity levels but looking ahead here we will talk more about this in just a few minutes. do you see this area of disturb weather, potent area of low pressure right here, that is charging east and upper level energy with the jet stream riding with it. all that barrels into the area monday night into tuesday in the form of heavy showers and thunderstorms. we will have much more with the full forecast in ten minutes. nydia. >> chris, thank you. eagles fans are getting another glimpse of the team this morning. bird are holding their last open practice of training camp. it gets underway in an hour. "action news" reporter trish hartman is live at the link with more, hi there, trish? >> reporter: hi nydia. that is right second of two open practices for eagles training camp. this one honors members of the military before, during and after practice. now, gates opened here at the link but folks have been lined up for past hour or so, waiting to get in. thousands showed up at last weeks open practice and today
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promises to be packed as well. the lots of folks we spoke with are exited to see quarterback sam bradford. chip kelly says he looked sharp during practice yesterday making perfect passes and showing no signs of wear and tear after back to back left knee surgeries. bradford former roommate demarco murray returned to practice yesterday after missing a few days due to illness. missing from today's practice will be kiko alonzo who is out with a concussion and jerome copeland, and, he is hoping copeland will return earlier this week. thinks second of the two open practices for eagles fans who are pouring in the link ready for another season under chip kelly, hoping he takes the team to the super bowl this year. >> we have to do it. we have a good offensive line, we should be okay. in chip we trust. >> we have a lot of new players but i'm exited to see what he will do with the team. i think we will go to the big dance this year. i'm ready. let's go. >> reporter: well, lots of people are ready. if you are coming down eagles
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officials say you want to be in your seats by 11:45. lower level seating is first come, first serve. attendance and parking is free. last chance to see eagles practice before their first preseason game, one week from today against the colts. live from south philadelphia trish hartman for channel six "action news". >> great day, thanks, trish. fire forced people from their homes in philadelphia's frankford section. the the blaze broke out just after 6:30 on the 4200 block of row main street. the fire fighters arrived to find heavy smoke from the upper floor of the home. they had to call in additional crews and evacuate neighboring homes as a precaution. the fire was put under control in a half an hour. there are no reports of any injuries. also new this morning, suspicious fire has gutted a north philadelphia restaurant and the restaurant owner's home. action cam was at the scene in the 2400 block of north broad street. the fire broke out a little bit before 2:00 in the three story vacant home on the block and quickly spread to another vacant home and then ripped
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through asian american restaurant on the corner property. the owners were still in the restaurant at the time but got out safely. but again restaurant is very badly damaged and two stories above the restaurant where they live is in bad shape. up investigators believe someone may have started the blaze. a 21 year-old man is dead after a nasty crash, in center city philadelphia the action cam was on the scene on the 400 block of lombard street just after 3:30 this morning. police say the driver was speeding when he lost control and slammed into a tree. the car, then crashed into a wall outside of a community center before landing on its side. the driver died at the scene, and three passengers in the car, were not hurt. a 19 year-old college bound student is in serious condition after getting shot at his own going away party. it happened on the 1600 block of locust street in west philadelphia. police say dozens of people came to the party to support the 19 year-old as he was preparing to go to college. but at 10:45 last night someone the at the party started arguing with the teenager outside of the house. investigators say during that
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argument the suspect pulled a gun and then shot the young man. the victim is at penn presbyterian hospital. the the suspect ran off and remains on the loose. a man remains in critical condition after being shot, at a city playground. it happened just before midnight at the target playground in oxford circle on the 6300 block have of somerdale avenue. police say the the 26 year-old victim was shot once in the chest. he was rushed to the hospital. there is still in word on what sparked the shooting. police are hoping surveillance video will lead them to the driver involved in a deadly confrontation in northeast philadelphia. they say a young man who inspired to be a police officer was stabbed to death after he tried to flag down the driver who was going the wrong way on a one way street. "action news" reporter jeff chirico has the details. >> he was the hardest worker we ever had. >> reporter: family and friend mourned the loss of thomas ewing a 21 year-old with dreams of keeping philadelphia receive as a police officer, new one of the cities latest victims of violence. >> we're all in shock. we just can't believe it
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happen. he was a super guy. he had his whole future in front of him and then this happened. >> reporter: police say it happened on the 7300 block of reveer street at 2:40 a.m. ewing was walking home with a bar with friend when someone got out of the pickup truck and stabbed him in the chest, shoulder and abdomen and then took off. witness say he saw ewing collapse. >> i looked down and i said something is wrong. he was down, i saw the one kid giving him cpr. then he said, come on, come on, get up, get up. >> ewing was pronounced dead a at the hospital. police say the the confrontation began when the victim yelled to the driver that he was going the wrong way on a one way street. >> wrong way. >> that is what happened. i think something that happened in that baron cottman and the boulevard and then something happened as he was walking home. >> reporter: jimmy, says that he worked for him at merck brothers pizzeria through high school and college and then left to become a welder. >> we went over there this morning, we dropped off some food. we saw the mom and dad. they are in pieces. they are in shock. unbelievable that this could happen. >> reporter: philadelphia
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police are revowing video from a dine their showed that truck pulling out of the parking lot. police are looking for a black or dark blue, ford f150 or 250. if you know anything, you are urged to call the philadelphia police. in northeast philadelphia, jeff chirico for channel six "action news". developing right now, out of houston texas, police are looking for a motive in the murders of eight people, including, five children. police were called to the home late last night to check on the residents a man inside, began shooting at them. after an hour long standoff the gun man surrendered and officers discovered the dead. officers discovered there was a warrant against the gun man for an assault on a family member. in arlington, texas a medical examiner ruled shooting death of the black college football player by a white police officer a homicide. the fbi and arlington officials are investigating the death of the unarmed teen which happened during a burglary call in the car dealership. authorities say officer brad miller shot 19 year-old christian taylor several times during the early morning
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incident on friday. officer miller is described as a rookie nearing end of 16 weeks of field training. >> no real problems, you know, good man. >> christian take already played defensive back at angelo state university. the football team has acknowledged taylor's death on its twitter page. and new this morning, police in vermont now say woman charge in the shooting death of the state social worker is also believed to be behind the killings of three relatives. they say it was all over custody of her daughter. forty year-old jody harring is behind bars charged with the murder of larafogel. she was gunned down leaving work on friday. next morning police were called to the home where they found the bodies of the three women. they have been identified as suspect's cousins and aunts. police say that harring had lost custody of her nine year-old daughter. the girl remains in state custody. new york city officials say that it looks like the legionnaires disease out break has been new contained.
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they say that even though five more buildings in the south bronx have tested positive for the bacteria, there is no sign that anyone inside of those buildings has contracted the disease and buildings have now had their cooling towers cleaned. 101 people have died in whats had been the the largest out break of legionnaires disease in the cities history. 108 people contracted the illness, which is a form of a pneumonia . and still ahead on "action news" this morning, a hotel in callus going high tech and its new employee, is turning a lot of heads. plus, practicing for the pope, the choir that will sing to the pontiff's historic visit to philadelphia. now you're looking live through sky 6hd, gorgeous shot there, be careful of the rip currents. the meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accu weather forecast, when we come right back.
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again proud to be a media sponsor. we were there for duran. a family is celebrating return of their dog, they have not seen the dog since he ran away, nine years ago. earlier this week a man in colorado dropped the foster off at the an 3458 shelter saying he could not take care of the if the any longer. shelter check the dog for a micro chip and found out original owners had been looking for him for years. the goldstone family drove from tennessee to pick up the dog and bring him back home. he was just eight months old when he ran away from home. it looks like he recognizes his owner. >> it looks like he sees a family every day. >> yes. >> never lose hope. >> that is right. all right. lets, see a couple of sky six, we will get you started with the first one here at philadelphia international airport. it is quiet out there we have mainly sunny conditions. actually wind are completely calm at the airport.
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dew point of 58. look at the temperatures spiking up to 80 degrees. forecasting high of 86. look at that shot, beautiful on the sand in atlantic city. only issue again is the the higher than normal risk for rip currents. we will see rough seas but it will be beautiful today. soak in that sunshine, enjoy yourself. 74 degrees in atlantic city airport. dew .61. wind north/northeast at 7 miles an hour. seventy's north and west, tannersville 71. cool spot. martin's creek 78. quakertown 76. saint david 73. mid to up are 07's showing autopsy cross south jersey and delaware as well. seventy-seven. that seems to be very popular number for glassboro, smyrna, and dover. and here's satellite six with action radar. speaking of quiet. nothing going on. area of high pressure sitting right there east of the charleston and whenever you get high pressure air sinks so that will prevent those threatening cloud from developing. today should be a nice day. wider view shows this little
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area of disturb weather right here. just west of chicago, area of low pressure between chicago and omaha. that will continue to march east. as it does so it will be strengthened and backed by the jet stream which will be running just lake this across northern states. the two combined will pre dues a good downpour around here. monday night into tuesday. so lets look at future tracker six from new until then looks good sun, clouds, out there this afternoon. the smooth sailing. overnight partly cloudy, nice and tranquil. tomorrow morning okay. increasing cloud. we will start off with sunshine. during the afternoon we will see high thin cloud roll in. maybe one or two areas even though models is not showing it one or two areas west of philadelphia, we will pick up a brief passing shower. monday into tuesday is when the actual frontal system moves in. you can see red, orange popping up. those are drenching downpours. the tuesday morning, let me tell you this right now, zooming nothing changes on the modeling, allow yourself some extra time to get into work tuesday morning. expect delays, thunderstorms,
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downpours, a good possibility, ponding on the roadways and maybe localized flooding out there. that is tuesday morning. for poconos, mostly sunny, very comfortable. 77 degrees is the forecasted high. for the new jersey shore, expect to see quite a bit of sunshine, ale few clouds from time to time. 80 degrees. watch out for rip currents. ocean temperatures in the 70's just been where. look the the at delaware bay mid 70's. there is some areas here that are close to 80 degrees. your water temperature, that is unbelievable, for this part of the country. 76 degrees off the coast of rehoboth beach and then lower 70's for just about everybody else, nice and refreshing for our western suburbs. 82 degrees today. not too bad in lancaster. reading 85. allentown 84. trenton 84. wilmington and millville checking in at 84 degrees. your exclusive a accu weather seven day forecast humid for tomorrow. increasing clouds. tomorrow morning the humidity is no the that bad. by afternoon we will start to notice the increase. eighty-five. and then monday night into tuesday, really notice
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increase in humidity. it is over powering. showers and thunderstorms, tuesday morning, 80 degrees is the forecast ted high. another round of storms is expect, by afternoon. it is just a very unsettled day. wednesday, thursday, friday, is a saturday at this point all look good. temperatures will eventually warm close to 90 bee week's end with no humidity. >> nice. >> that is how we like glit thank you chris. music will be an important part of the pope's visit to philadelphia the city of papal choir is hard at work. "action news" reporter sharrie williams has that story. >> ♪ >> reporter: the sound of the music fills cathedral basilica of saints peter and paul. these are voices of the newly formed philadelphia papal choir, they will sing at the sunday mass during pope francis's visit to philadelphia in september. >> music is a wonderful challenge. the sound is amaze being. i just feel like i'm part of
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something just so incredibly wonderful. >> reporter: 250 voices blending together for one moment, for this occasion. pontiff's visit so special that 2hy ms were written specifically for the world meeting of families and will premiere over those two days. >> music is so essential because it is really becomes the corporate voice of the congregation. it enables the peoples prayer to be heard and felt. >> reporter: rehearsals are every week leading up to the world meeting of families. each choir member was hand pick from archdiocese from around the delaware valley. >> it was all an audition process. each church was allowed to nominate four members of their church to come and audition, and they have several days of auditions which was very intense for people who were here. >> reporter: intense but these singers say it is an honor to perform for the pope and for the world. >> it is really exciting.
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and actually, it is my older brother actually sang for the last pope in washington tc when he was here, so now it is my turn and i'm real excited actually. >> reporter: in center city, sharrie williams for channel six "action news". voices of angels. busy outside philadelphia art museum working on a project for the pope's visit. it is called undoing the knot. people who stopped by wrote a anonymous statements on strips of cloth. many people wrote down their personal struggles this he were then put the in a large grotto for pope's visit to philadelphia for the end of september. today, tens of thousands of strips have been collected but the artist coordinating all of this said she hopes to collect even more. stay on top of the latest updates as we prepare for pope francis arrival. go to six abc.com/pope. constantly updating our web site with the latest information you need to know including a list of major highways and road closures to help you plan for the the
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sunday morning, sky 6hd looking live, at ben franklin bridge, no travel trouble today, it is just gorgeous, dry, low humidity, a high of 86. enjoy it. after an investigation the sheriff's office in kentucky is defending actions of the
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school resource officer seen in this video. it shows deputy kevin summer handcuffing an eight year-old boy in the elementary school. parent who saw this had a wide range of reactions. >> if i found out something like that i withdraw my child and he would be home schooled. >> as a parent we need to find out what happened to the 30 minutes before kevin summer showed up and resource officer was called. >> the student had adhd and the investigation has concluded that the deputy did the right thing in order to ensure the student did not injure himself, or any others. over the at the big board right now is a look at your odd, unusual pictures of the week. we will begin with this, this is what you might call a pop up pool. heavy rains, flooded this pop up pool in florida. this is what is left of one familiar's i am ground pool. family heard cracking noises and called 911 after seeing that the pool was, no longer in the ground. a building inspectors say all of the recent rain popped the pool out, fortunately only the pool, porch area got damaged.
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the house is okay. now take a look at the new staff member, not this woman, but yeah, this, this is a new staff member at a california hotel. it is creating buzz and a few looks as well. this is dash, the robot. the guest calls a front desk for towel or tooth brush, dash brings it right up. he doesn't have hand as you can see but he has a bin to put things in. just grab whatever you need. if dash looks familiar is there a reason, his creators say they looked to r2d2 for inspiration. and now, to this, and this little skunk right here. do you see that. when a cop in michigan comes to the aid of the baby skunk. if you look closely you cane the baby skunk's head is stuck in a yogurt container. do you see that? this little guy just running around in circles and then there goes the cop, yeah, he quickly grabbed it because he does in the want to get
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sprayed. >> fortunately we understand this is a baby skunk and so, his spraying powers haven't fully developed just yet. good job, officer. thank you for that. we will be right back in just a little bit.
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inside story is coming upright here on six abc. she's matt o'donnell with a preview. >> hopefully you are having a great sunday. coming up we will talk about those pope zones, the traffic restrictions that they will have in center city, all of those closures of the ben franklin bridge, parts of the schuylkill expressway, is it just too much? are they going over board? we will discuss. kathleen kane says that she will in the resign even though
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she is facing criminal charges filed by risa vet try furhman the in montgomery county district attorney but could she be forced to? we will talk about that. and our panel list get in the fiery discussion over whether philadelphia tea serves a reputation of having corrupt politicians. it is all coming up on inside story. time now for one more check of the exclusive accu weather forecast. >> looking good, very nice out there. we have a little bit of high thin cloud upstairs right now. we have sun and clouds this afternoon. very comfortable. call it nice 86 degrees. tomorrow increasing humidity as well as clouds 85 degrees, forecasted high for monday. monday night into tuesday is where weather goes downhill. we will see a frontal system swing through producing heavy showers and thunderstorms, localized flooding. we will watch that closely. once we get beyond tuesday it is nice, wednesday right through saturday temperatures in the 80's. >> awesome, thanks chris. this week with george steponapolus is coming up at
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10:30 as he talks live with donald trump. here's george with the preview. >> like him or not donald trump has dominated race for president, he is under fire after that new attack on fox anchor megyn kelly. i will talk to have lime, with john kassig, mike huckabee and rick perry. we will an at the fall out from the debate. more than 24 million of you watch. it is all coming up on this week. nydia, back to you. "action news" continues at noon here is some of the stories we are working on for you. health reporter allie gore man introduces to us a south jersey man who transformed his life and is helping others do the same. and, a a item is return and mystery of who took it is here. for chris sowers, eva pilgrim and the entire "action news" team i'm nydia han. have a good morning and we will seal you later this afternoon. ♪
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