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5:00 a.m., friday, september 4, we're following a developing story. >> a pregnant woman and a man are on the mend after dodging the pops of gunfire overnight. >> a controversial clerk in kentucky who is behind bars this morning cannot stopped same-sex couples from getting married any more. >> the eagles play the jets last night, but the real contest was about a qb job. >> reporter: we've got clouds mixing with sun early on and stay more or less partly sunny as we go through the day, it is warm this morning, the temperatures dip to 76 in philadelphia. you can see how winds are coming down out of the northeast that will cool us down, even though a front dropping down will not push the humidity out until later in the nighttime hours. 68 is the current dewpoint.
everything over 60 indicates humidity. down the south oppressive with dewpoints in the 70s. 75 by 6:00. the 77 by 8:00. as we roll through the day, not as hot as yesterday, still a day for cool drinks, but better. 80 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 85 by noon, 88 around 3:00 p.m. holiday weekend looking great, matt pellman i'll run that down for you, coming up. >> reporter: what better place to be for the holiday weekend, down the shore. we saw pleasant of traffic on 42 southbound side heading toward the shore. at this point things are nice and quiet, but we expect everybody heading southbound again on the expressway. there's a truck fire in the outer lane taking out the right
lane on the new jersey turnpike. no big delays, but something we are watching. on the pennsylvania turnpike close to new jersey westbound near bensalem they are taking out the right lane, eastbound heading toward the connector bridge, the left lane is out of commission. we have overnight roadwork on the northeast extension both ways north of the quakertown interchange, the right lane is still blocked. crews should be out of there before too long. watching this downed tree blocking phoenixville pike, pilots pike, 202, airport road possible alternates. if you're out and about in delco close to the commodor barry bridge, no issues overnight roadwork northbound by the blue route has also cleared out. tam. >> thank you, matt. a pregnant woman a month out from her due date is on the mend this morning. she and a man were shot on the stoop in frankford section of philadelphia.
katherine scott is live at northeast detective's with more on the story. >> reporter: good morning, tam, police are looking for two american behind the double shooting. one of the victims is 8 months pregnant. both victims are in stable condition. there were witnesses they were taken here to northeast detective's to be interviewed. this happened around 10:00 p.m. in frankford, police say the two victims were sitting on the front steps of a home on the 4100 block of paul street when they shot. the 21-year-old man was shot once in his back, 23-year-old pregnant woman was shot in her leg, after they were hit they ran inside the home and taken to the hospital and in stable condition. police believe the shooter was 30 feet away when the shots were fired. >> now, based on on ballistic evidence, we know that at least 11 shots were fired from a semi automatic weapon. we found 11 spent shell casings. >> reporter: the two men were last seen in a white four door
cadillac, if you have any information northeast detective's want to hear from you. live from northeast detectives, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> katherine thanks. new this morning, a man was found dead in a burning truck in camden. the truck was discovered at 9th and shelton streets yesterday afternoon. police and the county prosecutor are waiting more information from the medical examiner to find out how the man died. we have more information on the violent home invasion, two women were assaulted at their home, the you can see the gunman startling the owner as she arrived at her home. they forced her inned and struck her in the face along with her mother. this is the second time someone has targeted her this week. >> it is 5:04, for same-sex couples and one kentucky county today may be the day they get
their marriage licenses. kim davis had refused to issue the licenses due to her religious beliefs. five of the 6 clerks who work with her say they will comply with giving out the marriage licenses. attorneys for gay couples propose she be released if she promise also not to interfere with her colleagues as they dispense their duties. "good morning america" continues coverage on this matter they will be live from morehead in kentucky. more tickets will be available to see pope francis this month. 30,000 tickets will be available. ten thousand will be made available on tuesday, they will be good for the pope's address at independence mall on saturday, september 26. ten thousand more will be for the festival of families and the final ten thousand will be good
for the pope's speech on the benjamin franklin parkway. tickets to those events will be released on wednesday. you can be able to see pope francis in two parades. no tickets needed for those, one on the benjamin franklin parkway saturday the other before the papal mass on sunday. >> everybody who gathers on the benjamin franklin parkway will have an opportunity to see pope francis. doesn't matter if you're standing at 22nd street, logan square or city hall. you can see pope francis. >> more tickets will be given out privately to parishes in the archdiocese of philadelphia. watch a special edition of 20/20 pope francis and the people. see the virtual papal audience with americans in three cities. david muir moderated the historic event from the vatican watch it at 10:00 p.m. on 6abc. a massive music celebration will take over the benjamin
franklin parkway. in just a few hours people will descend on eakens oval for the made in america festival. crews have been busy all week assemblying the stage in front of the philadelphia museum of art. beyounce will headline. 40 others acts will perform over the labor day weekend. you can get a few full schedule at 6abc.com. >> david it's going to be dry, aside from today it's going to be hotter. >> reporter: it will be short as we go through the weekend. you'll have to hydrate. keep the cool drinks handy. the humidity will be low all weekend, which is nice. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are dry. taking a look outside we have noticeable humidity and sky6 live hd may be showing you every now and then a little haze out there. this is a decent shot at penns landing. overall you can make it through if you are exercising plan on
washing up a little bit, one more day of humidity with less heat today. 76 degrees a little bit humid. 71 in wilmington. 72 in allentown. 73 in trenton. the farther south you go, the more humid it becomes, cape may and dover have the easier to feel humidity. we're dry with a mix of sun and clouds. in the afternoon there's a chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. we had a little bit of this in the northern and western suburbs last night and last evening. today it might creep closer to philadelphia and pop up down the shore in the evening hours. the model has this philadelphia north and west, most of this subsides around 6:00 or 7:00 p.m. up in the lehigh valley. 88 as you just saw a stray shower or thundershower can't be ruled out. 80 degrees is the high at the shore. comfortable, humid, but not as warm as yesterday. a mix of sun and clouds overall.
sunscreen still important. in philadelphia, yesterday we got up to 96. today just 88. even though its warm and humid, a bit uncomfortable it will feel better than it has the rest of the workweek. a stray thundershower can't be ruled out. 77 by 8:00. 83 by 11:00. 87 by 2. the 88-degree high around 3:00 p.m. high school football is back the featured game across the region is the golden hawks versus the falcons. 79 degrees at 7:00 p.m. if you're heading out for football tonight you've got good weather for that. down the shore there's slight chance of rip currents in the water. 78 and breezy an saturday, sunny and beautiful on sunday with a high of 80. monday looking good down at the shore. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warm and humid today, high of 88. a spotty thundershower then it's clear sailing for saturday, sunday and monday in
philadelphia. high of 84 tomorrow. 89 sunday, 91 hotter on monday. looks like we could squeeze out another heat wave. we might hit 90 own sunday, lose that on monday, tuesday, wednesday, as well. by the time we get into tuesday and wednesday it starts to get stickier again, too. isn't it nice how the humidity is dropping and the sun is coming out just for those three holidays. >> the labor day will be great. all new on "action news" an 11-year-old child shot and killed a teenager who tried to break into the child's home. now the child's mother could face charges. a hospital in texas treated the first esh patient in the u.s -- ebola patient in the u.s. >> reporter: woodhaven road in the eastbound direction, and traffic is getting sluggish heading toward i-95 as one lane is available through the work
i'd like to put in my 15-year notice. you're quitting!? technically retiring, sir. with a little help from my state farm agent, i plan to retire in 15 years. wow! you're totally blindsiding me here. who's gonna manage your accounts? this is a devastating blow i was not prepared for. well, i'm gonna finish packing my things. 15 years will really sneak up on you. jennifer with do your exit interview and adam made you a cake. red velvet. oh, thank you. i made this. take charge of your retirement. talk to a state farm agent today. >> good morning, taking a live look at philadelphia international airport. right now it is 76 degrees, and
it's not going to be at hot today as yesterday, we'll break the heat wave and the weekend looks pretty good for outdoor events. >> sounds good, matt, let's see how the traffic is looking and go over to matt pellman. >> reporter: i don't know if you heard we have big names coming to town over the next couple of weeks. one being pope, one being beyounce. with beyounce and the made in america this weekend. the inner drives are closed until tuesday morning. here's the update starting at 10:00 a.m. the outer drives of the parkway will close. that means if you're trying to use the benjamin franklin parkway after 10:00 a.m. you'll be out of luck. if you're getting off at spring garden or the mlk drive at eakens oval you'll be sent to 24th street toward the vine
street expressway. if you're coming to kelly drive you'll be detoured on to fairmont. those detours are set up at 10:00 a.m. this morning. saturday morning, you get more closures including the ramp from the vine westbound to 22nd street that will be blocked all weekend because of the festivities and portions of all those other streets including spring garden, pennsylvania avenue, park town place a bunch of nbdz -- numbered streets will be in effect because of made in america festival. west goshen we're watching a downed tree blocking phoenixville pike. airport road is an alternate. computer commuter report down the shore, no problems reported it is a great time to download the waze app. it can give you advice. >> it is a great tool. brand new an 11-year-old was left alone with his younger
sister at their missouri home shot and killed an intruder. investigators say two people tried to break into the home twice when one of them a 16-year-old got in and was shot and killed. the second person ran when the 11-year-old fired the shots. neither of the children at the home were injured. investigators are questioning the mother why she left her children home alone with a gun. this maryland man is behind bars for making a threat online. he tweeted about killing all white people in the town. the account that posted the message was deleted. he is being held on $250,000 bond. a sheriff's deputy will be buried a week after he was shot and killed in a gas station parking lot in texas. the funeral for darren goforth will be held in houston.
police arrested shannon miles, they have not pinpointed a motive for the shooting. in texas a dallas hospital and cbc is under fire criticized for handling the first ebola case diagnosed in the u.s. they originally diagnosed him nur diagnosed with ebola. he had traveled from africa where ebola was ramp iet. two nurses who cared for duncan later contracted ebola. the eagles suffered their first loss 24-18678 it -- 24:18. matt barclay threw an
interception. barclay finished four for nine passing and didn't have any tds. tebow showed his randal cunningham move getting out of a sack and scrambling for a first down. he had 32 yards rushing throwing two td passes. chip kelly is faced with a question do i keep barclay or tebow do i keep both or neither. >> i think you have to look at the film before you make any decision, a quick comment after the game doesn't help anybody. >> the team must make final cuts by saturday we hope that rasheed bailey will make the team, he had a touchdown catch. >> it is 5:18. a treat for labor day travelers
hunt going on in central florida. there is the mug shot. an 8-foot long king cobra kept as a pet escaped. the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission said anyone who sees the snake should not try to catch it. a single by the is powerful enough to kill an elephant. >> that's a problem. >> luckily there are no elephants in florida, but there is a snake slithering around. >> reporter: if it gets outside of florida it doesn't like the environment at all. >> reporter: i'm glad i'm not in florida. >> reporter: me, too. let's talk about mass transit, there's a bunch of stuff is to
discuss this weekend. we don't have construction because of holiday weekend. made in america, septa bus route 7, 32, 33, 43 and 48 will be detoured. they will run the subways every five minutes tomorrow and sunday starting at noon. they will provide extra late night trains on the regional rails to help you get home. new bus schedules go into effect on njt. all sort of stuff happening. >> reporter: i need a pen for all that. i like it when the green boxes on the septa graphic and mass transit graphic. as we roll through the day, 85 degrees by noon. the high today is 88. yeah it's warm, with the humidity it's noticeable. but nothing like the 96 we had yesterday and all the 90s earlier in the week. the heat wave ends today. not a lot of big time storm
action. as you head to the airport to perhaps fly out of town for the labor day weekend looks like all green air craft and no rain reported in the commonly traveled destinations. going on to "healthcheck," a new study confirms that parents should trust their instincts more likely to recognize the signs of adhd. the survey found that one in every three cases raised by parents the disorder was diagnosed before the age of 6. the texas college student whose 15 minutes of fame involves a pink toy jeep. a drone buzzes over the u.s. open match, but it was soon after commission. here's america's money. >> reporter: good news on this getaway day. the average price of gas is 2.39 a dollar less than a year ago.
these are the lowest prices for gas in 11 years. voluntary recall on kraft singles has been expanded. they are recalling the cheese slices. the film can stick to the cheese after the wrapper is removed and create a choking wrapper. today is like black friday it's called force friday. the products from stars wars go on sale. some stores open at midnight, like this one in denver, already cleaned out. the force clearly with the sales. >> that's america's money.
>> morning buzz time some may find this to be in poor test. a texas state university student was charged with dwi. a 21-year-old right here, she couldn't drive any more, so she went out and purchased a barbie jeep for $60 run by a 12-volt battery and started driving it around campus. the she told the newspaper this is the best way she could have gotten her 15 minutes of fame. she turns 21 in november. but the stigma of dwi may last longer than these pictures. >> she may want to work on priorities. the airman who helped stop a train attack in paris is back
>> developing on "action news," a gunfire in the frankford section injuries a man and a pregnant woman who were sitting on the front steps of her house. vice president joe biden publicly addresses rumors of a possible run for president. >> the heat waves breaks for the holiday weekend, but the september sizzle returns. >> good morning, 5:30, karen is off, let's think of sizzling later. let's go over to david murphy with the forecast and matt pellman has traffic. >> reporter: it will be warm and humid, we have clouds mixing with breaks, i expect clouds and sun mix throughout the day. 76 degrees you will notice it's humid as you step outside. 72 in allentown. 72 in reading, 71 in wilmington, 73 in cape may. here the dewpoints. we have 70s oppressive in dover and cape