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6:00 a.m., friday, september 18. we're following several breaking stories. >> a mother comes face-to-face with three masked men who forced their way into her house. we're live on the scene. >> a dramatic attempt to escape a fast-moving fire end with two people hurt. we have the video. >> cuba will be the first stop for pope francis tomorrow as he makes his way to the united states. seep the message he sent out before he leaves europe. >> first up, let's talk about weather and traffic. david murphy is outside talking about your friday and your weekend. karen rogers is looking at the morning commute. >> reporter: an absolutely gorgeous morning building across the region. take a look at satellite we have very little cloud around. we have a batch coming through ohio that's a slow-moving cold front that won't effect us until sunday. 54 in allentown. 67 in reading.
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61 in wilmington, 69 in trenton. 65 in sea isle city. heading school and work. we've got 63 on the storm tracker 6 live app. noon, 81. 3:00 p.m., 87 that will be the high as you can see there will be plenty of sunshine. we have an air quality alert today for unhealthy air for sensitive groups like seniors and those who suffer from asthma and respiratory and heart ailments. don't fill your cars between noon and 6:00 p.m. karen what are the roads looking like early on friday. >> reporter: so far so good good on the roads. live on i-95 that's southbound traffic heading toward center city. no delays just yet. building volume southbound approaching cottman and girard. girard, 47 miles per hour. no problems, schuylkill expressway in good shape, as well. the benjamin franklin parkway not so much, the inner drive
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already closed in preparation for the papal visit. we saw gridlock yesterday morning, we'll see that today. expect that it's not going to clear until the tuesday morning after the pope's visit on the 29th. some worries about that already. 422 past oaks eastbound traffic heading toward king of prussia no delays coming in from pilots or phoenixville. looking good on 422. new jersey, 42 northbound traffic at creek road. building volume, a 1 minute ride easy does it it from the ac expressway to the walt whitman bridge. in new jersey, water main break morris town sught -- shutting down main street between church and chester. stick to central or route 38 to get around the closure on main street. matt. >> thank you, karen. we're following breaking news, three masked men forced their way into a philadelphia home and took off with several
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hundred dollars while terrorizing a mother, sleeping children and the dog. katherine scott is live along shipley road where this happened this morning. >> reporter: this was terrifying for the 33-year-old woman, a gun was held to her head, her two children were asleep while this was going on. police have cleared the scene, but they were here for hours gathering evidence dusting for prints and apparently the men weren't wearing gloves. they are hopeful they will get something. this happened after 1:00 a.m. police say a woman was waiting for her husband to come home when she heard a noise in the basement. when she went downstairs to investigate she found three masked men breaking the dead bolt and getting into the basement door. they tied the family dog to a pipe. they forced woman into a kitchen an pushesd her to the there are -- pushed her to the floor and put a towel over her head.
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>> the male said do not look at us, or we will shoot you. while one held a gun to her head. other two she could hear going through the house ransacking the house. >> now, the two-year-old and ten-year-old were asleep inside through all of this. they were not injured. police don't believe the men went into their room. the men fled with $800 in cash and items from the woman's purse. her husband came home and called 911. if you have any information northeast detective's want the hear from you. live in northeast philadelphia. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank, katherine. developing overnight, a fast-moving fire injured two people at an apartment complex in delaware. one had to jump from a second-story window to escape the flames. the action cam was at the complex on bedford lane in news can ale. firefighters say the fire broke out on the second floor and super he had to the third. crews rescued a man who suffered
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smoke inhalation. one jumped to safety and twisted an ankle. both are okay. it is unclear what started the fire. 311 call center in city hall is expected to open today. dozens were sent home at 1:00 p.m. after a bedbug was discovered in the office. terminators were called in. the call center handled citizen concerns about the pope's visit. staffers used e-mail and social media to answer the questions, elsewhere, but not in the office. >> the clock at the big board is winding down for the arrival of pope francis. he will be here one week from tomorrow. pope francis had a message for the people of cuba where he will visit ahead of his trip to the u.s. he is expected to arrive tomorrow and hold an outdoor mass on sunday. jesus said never abandons us and loves you very much. the trip comes as the cuban government eases its control on
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the economy slowly allowing cubans to own property and run businesses. >> the center that features real time crime center that allows city and state and federal authorities to monitor real time crime across the region. agents from the secret service and fema will be deployed leading up and during the pope's visit. we have an update on closures that will be in effect. city avenue closures will close on saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. open up again and close again from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the northbound side of city avenue will be closed from lancaster avenue to the schuylkill expressway. the southbound side will be closed from belmont to lancaster avenue. and you will be allowed to cross city avenue at the following
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intersections. presidential boulevard, belmont avenue, conshohocken state road. bryn mawr avenue. old lancaster road and lancaster avenue. that was a lot to tell you, you probably want to take a look again at other material. do this go to there we have a closer look at all of these closures, highway, bridge, everything and also some fun stuff an early look at renderings of what the parkway will look like when the pope is here. >> the kids are back to school and the leaves are about to change. amazon wants you to start thinking about holiday shopping. maribel aber is live in time square with more. >> i love the holidays, but let's talk about stocks. feds are leaving the interest rates unchanged. investors are concerned when the feds will hike the rates as the economy recovers.
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amazon is selling a 6 pack of tablets for the holidays. that brings the price down to $41 each. that's a savings of $9 per tablet. walmart will higher 60,000 seasonal workers for the holidays. the employees will be paid the dollars an hour, and the permanent employees will have a chance to work extra hours during the holidays. ford has rolled out a smart watch app for electric and plug in car owners. it provides information such as as the range and charge status of the vehicle battery. it gives the vehicle location when returning to the car and mileage summary. >> that's handy in the mall parking lot. i was in the blue lot level, 2, right? >> i just don't go to the mall. >> online. >> reporter: online, yeah. storm tracker 6 live double scan
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right now we have no precipitation, as we look outside we're looking at clear skies overphiladelphia. the stars beginning to fade as the sun is starting to brighten the eastern sky. you can see it catching the tops of the center city skyscrapers. 63 degrees in philadelphia. 54 in allentown. 57 in reading. 67 in wilmington, 69 cool degrees in cape may. satellite and radar shows we'll need sunglasses as we head out. coastal system and high clouds is off the coast. the next frontal boundary is moving toward the east so slowly it won't have an impact until sunday. allentown, 85 degrees, lots of sun warm conditions and comfortable. down the shore, pleasant day on the beach. mostly sunny skies could be a start of a week for those of you who have a place down there.
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79 degrees similar to yesterday. rolling through the day it's another great morning to get exercise in. 64 degrees comfortable humidity low. 76 by 11:00 a.m. 85 by 2:00 p.m. 87 by 3:30 this afternoon. the frontal boundary is out to the west on saturday, so we'll sunshine on saturday, high around 86. might feel a tad more humidity with a southerly flow intensifying, but generally speaking still fairly nice. on sunday, the front comes through, we might get a sprinkle or shower in the morning, but in the afternoon it's a little cooler, temperatures in the upper # -- 70s for the most part. there's an area of low pressure that will be forming off the coast of the carolinas and georgia next week. it will move north and we'll see a damp pattern developing for the first hatch of the workweek. 87 degrees today. 86 tomorrow.
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a couple of more bright days, sunday is not bad, sun and clouds in the afternoon we expect it to be dry for the eagles. 78 degrees is the high. during the game 77 for the kickoff. 72 for the 4th quarter. good looking home opener. looks fine for the union in the evening. monday is when the coastal system comes up north we get an easterly flow that increases the clouds and we get a chance of shower. you'll see how the high temperature dip to 74. 76 on tuesday, i don't mean can i -- ymplet- yom kippur arriving at sundown. a mom throws the flag at her son's school saying what he did on the field was and the
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punishment was too harsh. >> reporter: i-95 bridge you see the northbound traffic heading toward the blue route. no problems and no delays, i'll describe the closures coming up. >> a kiss cam catches the former president planting a smooch on the mrs. that's later on "action news."
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>> welcome back you're taking a live look here out across atlantic city. you see the dawn is starting to break there. of course this time next week we'll all be in a sweat waiting on the pope to get here for the weekend. looking mild arena calm out there. >> lower be looking at the roads being closed next week. >> reporter: we're seeing closures now. the benjamin franklin parkway inner drive is closed. they blocked the right lane and blocked the entire inner drive causing gridlock. it's not reopening until the tuesday after the pope visit on the 29th we're seeing problems with traffic related to the pope. you need to be mind of that as you head out. this is a car, looks like the car overheated. we have penndot on the scene and police on the scene and fire
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truck out here a second ago. this is the blue route as we look live southbound approaching the schuylkill expressway off to the right side. just watch for this with police and penndot on the scene. we had a fire truck here, as well. we have not seen any flames with this, watch for that off to the right. on the blue route southbound traffic is moving mostly off to the side. northeast extension overnight construction is cleared. northeast extension will be closed both ways between mid county and lansdale and sunday morning from midnight to 6:00 a.m. they will have construction overnight it will be closed. you'll have to stick to 309 instead watch for that on sunday. burlington county i talked to police on main street it's closed between church and chester because of this water main break. you have to watch for that. stick to 38 or central avenue. this is a big one in cherry hill tampa avenue closes near kingston drive for construction.
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use edgemore. the get traffic with the #6abc traffic. tell me what you're seeing on the roads. 3 miles in millville. 3-mile in atlantic and 7 in wildwood. fog is an issue in a couple of places. >> a man tried to steal a leer jet in texas. police say a man drove a vehicle through the security gate and tried to remove the blocks from the wheels of the jet and get inside. the security guard shocked the man with a taser. police believe the man was under the influence. >> this is new a new jersey mother is defending her football player son after video of him hitting an opposing player in the head went viral. it appears the player removed the helmet from the other player and hit him in the head with it. the 18-year-old was kicked off the linden high school football team for the season and
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suspended from school. her son this was all an accident she said his hand got stuck in the helmet. >> i think it's hard to kick him off the team. five game suspension make him do water boy, things like that for him to play football all his life is unfair. >> according to player supporters it was an act of frustration in the heat of battle where he said racist remarks were being hurled at the time. the player hurt received ten stitches. prosecutor will decide if the teen faces charge. >> don't forget to call mom. she will embarrass you on facebook. >> reporter: big time. >> reporter: if you're dressing the kids how about light jacket this morning. for some of them, suburbs in the 50s. in the afternoon it's shorts and ts. when we come back i'll check airport conditions in case
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he are. g. >> reporter: 81 degrees by noon. 3:00 p.m., 87 degrees, like the last couple of days warm and sunny, low humidity and not much wind. a pleasant forecast for a friday afternoon ahead. we have an issue in the central portion of the country. there's a slight chance of a severe weather between chicago and kansas city right in an area like that. if you're flying to chicago or kc. in florida, showers spinning around as well. early look on the big board shows no major delays at philadelphia international. earlier thunderstorms in chicago have eased back to showers. >> eagles face their bitter rivals at the linc on sunday. the birds have not beaten the cowboys at home in the last three seasons. they have never done it under chip kelly. they lost their opener to the falcons monday night.
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president jimmy carter and his wife were caught on on the kiss cam at the game. carter recently said the most important thing to happen to him in his life was their marriage and work together. >> it came after the former president told the public about his treatment for carnals and how it's going well. >> a college freshman forgets one very important assignment. call mom. >> coming up at 6:30. katherine scott has breaking news. >> reporter: tam, a 33-year-old woman is terrorized in a home invasion while her children were asleep upstairs. that story coming up.
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>> i know i'm going away for a long time. >> he is right. police in department of georgiad them on a high-speed chase so fast they had to back to back o. he crashed his vehicle he took off running but they got him. he said he ran because he was facing outstanding warrants. >> a kayaker in california captured video of another hammer head shark encounter. he was fishing off the coast of huntington beach. he left after taking outline the fish he had caught and hanging off the side. no nobody was hurt.
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just a few weeks ago he captured another video of a hammer head circling the sky i can't care. this was his 4th encounter with what he believes is the same shark. he should take up a new sport. >> a delaware county mom has not heard from her son for three weeks after he left for college. she sent him a facebook agram. >> liam, hi, do you remember me? i'm your mommy. i gave birth to you. >> anne said her son a graduate of school in wilmington finally gave her the call the day after she posted the video. the nearly five minute video has been seen nearly 300,000 times. >> you can see it again if you go to my facebook page. it's there, too. breaking now, the search for the masked men who threatened a mother in her home we're live with the latest. >> agents share photos of a
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person of interest in a center city arson case. they are offering big money for anybody who helps catch him.
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>> breaking on "action news," masked men threaten a mother home alone with her children during a frightening break in. >> only on "action news" detective's recover luxury cars during a stolen car raid. >> wawa celebrates the opening of its flagship location in center city. >> good morning, everybody, 6:30, friday, september 18. >> let's turn to david murphy and karen rogers for weather and traffic. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, we're off to a nice start, very little cloud cover around. as you look at satellite you can see the front to our west is so slow it is producing clouds through highway at this point and wasn't have a major impact
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on us for couple of days. 63 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, mid 50s. 57 in reading. 59 in trenton. wilmington, low 60s and # 5 eowe 65 in sea isle city. 64 by 8:00 a.m. cool and comfortable for early morning jogs. by noon, 81. 3:00 p.m., 87 that's the high this afternoon with plenty of sunshine. we have an air quality alert for the second straight day across the region away from the jersey shore. those in sensitive groups want to limit your outdoor exposure and activity during the hours of noon to 6 when the ozone level is at its worse. we can help by not filling your cars. >> reporter: the benjamin franklin parkway the inner drive
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closed papal visit. it will not open until after the pope's visit on september 29. inner drive is closed on the parkway. would he have an accident on the boulevard southbound at third street watch for this accident. we're seeing speeds at 13 miles per hour on the boulevard. let's check i-95 southbound traffic coming toward you as you head toward center city. jammed from past academy to cottman and approaching allegheny to girard. 26 minute ride. kind of the early morning volume. tacony-palmyra was up for a northbound ship. bridge is back down, traffic just started moving again. the things are looking better, you can see a hint of fog in the shot. we're getting low visibility in a few spots, especially south jersey, matt and tam. >> and we continue to follow the breaking news, a woman found herself on her kitchen floor a gun at her head while masked men
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ransacked the home. her sleeping children were feet away. katherine scott is live organ the scene in the northeast. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, that's right, a woman was home with her two children when three men broke in. nobody was injured, but this was a terrifying ordeal. police were hear gathering evidence and dusting for prints. apparently the men were not wearing gloves. this happened at 1:00 a.m. a 33-year-old woman was waiting forehusband to come home when she heard a noise in the basement. when she went downstairs she found three men who broke in. they tied the dog to a pipe. they forced the woman to the kitchen floor and put a towel over her head. while one man held a gun to her head the other two ransacked the home pulling out drawers, clothing was scattered
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everywhere. >> she did hear them talking, she didn't recognize this voices or mannerisms, it appears they are three strangers unknown to the 33-year-old victim. >> and 2-year-old and ten-year-old were inside they were asleep at this time. police do not believe the men went into those rooms. they were not injured. the men fled with $800 in cash. her husband came home and called 911. if you have any information northeast detective's want to hear from you. live in northeast philadelphia. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> okay be katherine thank you for that. now to an exclusive. philadelphia have busted a car theft ring worth half a million dollars. the raid went down near warehouse late last night on the the 800 block of east oregon avenue. officers arrested three people and confiscated more than a
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dozen cars. investigators believe the cars were about to be shipped to liberia. police are expected to release more details later today. >> developing a flurry of gunfire struck two men and several parked cars in the city's olney section. detectives found 8 bullet casing between 44 and 400 block of gratts street. the two victims are in stable condition with gunshot wounds to the hand and legs. a man spotted near the scene of a center city fire is a person of interest in an arson investigation. we showed you this viewer video of intense flames after it broke out tuesday morning. the fire destroyed a restaurant under construction. >> there was approximately $1 million in damage that was done total structure and -- to that structure adelso adjacent
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instructors and put 41 people out of their homes. >> schuylkill expressway river trail has received complaints about a woman who was confronted on the trail on wednesday. coordinating to a post five young boy surrounded the woman. >> all we know we got some e-mails today saying there were some adolescent boys on bikes who were harassing women on the trail. >> the alleged victim did not file a police report. police are surging anyone with more information to give them a call. >> is thousands of national guard members will be called up during the pope's visit. sources confirm 4 to 6,000 will be deployed outside the high-security area september 26th and 27th. they will help with traffic and keep the crowds moving. sources add they will not be armed. >> the city will have bilingual
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spinoff to the love sculpture when the pope arrives. it will spell out amor it's love in spanish and the latin the traditional language of the catholic church. go to where we share photos and new developments. >> there's a place to stop for a cup of coffee in center city. the action cam is live outside the new wawa broad and walnut. the new flagship store will open at 8:00 a.m. >> coffee lines will be out the door. >> reporter: and you can go in there and goip. that's what i do.
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>> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan showing you we are dry. there's green on the radar. no rain as we look outside, there's a misty look to things as we have scattered fog this morning. that's not going to last. overall we're off to a start of another bright day. temperatures 63 degrees. dewpoint, 60. winds are calm, pleasant, cool and comfortable to start out. you can see you'll need the displases -- sunglasses our southern system is off the coast. the next frontal boundary is so far out to the west, the on him place getting clouds is the western half of ohio. that will be sun when the clouds make a run at us. 64 degrees by 8:00 a.m. another great morning to go out and get nor exercising done. 76 by 11:00. 85 by 2:00 p.m. the high 87 degrees probably
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around 3:30 today. as we look at highs across the region. 85 in allentown. 85 in trenton. 86 in reading. low to mid 80s places like millville and dover. the shore in the upper 70s. if you have plans for dinner and movie. 63 on the storm tracker 6 live app right now. 5:00 p.m., 83 coming down from a high of 87. the evening looks really nice. 7:00 p.m., 77 degrees. 9:00 p.m., low humidity getting down to 69. 11:00. 67 degrees. guys bring along scarf or shawl to put over your date's shoulder when they come out of a restaurant. wouldn't that be a nice touch? taking dating advice from me -- well -- i haven't dated in 28 years, right? 86 degrees, sunshine warm conditions ahead of the cold front. saturday slightly more humid, but nice. sunday the frontal boundary
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comes through and kick some clouds in. the after that monday, tuesday there's an area of low pressure down to the south of us that will form and make us a little bit cloudy and damp monday, tuesday, wednesday of next week. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 87 degrees is your high today with sunshine, a nice day, still bright and warm tomorrow, high of 86. there could be a slight uptick in humidity, but it doesn't seem too bad. another nice day. monday the frontal boundary comes -- sunday, the frontal boundary comes through, for the eagles, 77 for the kickoff, 72 for the fourth quarter. a nice one and good for the union. and then we have an or shore flow that increases the clouds. monday, tuesday, wednesday we could feature a spotty shower, not a washout. something could pop tuesday, i suppose. thursday, we get cloudy and hopefully drying out and breaking into sun by friday.
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just in in time. >> 6:40. a second arrest is made in connection with the deadly church shootings in south carolina. a school bus driver who ignores basic traffic laws like stopping at stop signs loses her job. >> reporter: looking live in conshohocken southbound blue route approaching the schuylkill expressway. that problem we had with the overheated car that had emergency workers out there, all lanes open on the blue route. we'll check the schuylkill expressway when we come back. >> a former eagle makes his acting debut. a little more on that when "action news" comes right back.
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philabundance. "fyi philly."
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>> why, yes, the sun is rising as we speak. a little shrouded by cloud cover. we figured we would show it to you because it looks nice and pretty from our sky 6 camera. >> let's go over to karen and see if nis -- nice and pretty apply to the traffic. >> reporter: you can see the boulevard, westbound is jammed. heavy from the curve and past the boulevard to girard slowing down the schuylkill expressway. i want to show you the slow speeds on the map 19-mile an hour at cottman and girard. i-95 slow, as well. don't forget the benjamin franklin parkway we have the inner drive right now blocked
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and that's for the papal visit and it is going to remain blocked until tuesday after the pope's visit. that's the 29th it caused big problems yesterday we'll see that again in center city. watch for that. an accident on the the boulevard southbound at third street. look for that causing a problem. an accident which he willen ham avenue at 18th. one on the boulevard southbound and one on cheltenham avenue that's new. we're seeing speeds at 14 miles per hour. it doesn't take much to cause a slow go. we have an accident in upper frederick township, game farm road at smith road. i was checking the waze app, route 42 in gloucester county city we have an accident here, a member of our 6abc team reporting that. a couple of problems out there right now of course you need to be careful is you head out. heavy traffic i-95 near chester
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township that's causing an issue for you as well. a couple of problems coming into us right there. let's look at the visibility reports. the weather impacting us a little bit. 3-mile in millville. 7 in philadelphia. 4 miles in lancaster. in some spots you're seeing a touch of the fog. >> small tsunami waves reached the japanese coast this morning after a 8.3 earthquake struck chile. no injuries or damaged were reported in japan. in chile, meantime, the death toll has reached 12 people. officials say the number could climb as rescuers reach the hardest hit areas. >> friend of the accused of charleston church shooter is facing charges as well in connection with the deadly rampage. they are not saying what charges he is facing. they began investigating meeks last month for lying to
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investigators and failing to report a crime. he said dylan roof stayed with him before the shootings. he is expected to make his first court appearance today. >> no she didn't. >> that's what she does everyday. >> that is parent reaction to a school bus driver blowing through a stop sign. the woman followed the driver and caught her doing the same thing a block away. the bus driver removed the driver from the route and internal review is underway. >> a live preview of "good morning america" is next. a former eagle goes from the axe man to the acting man. >> time for a preview of
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today's "g.m.a." >> let's see what's going on. amy robach joins us live at the "g.m.a." studios. happy friday amy? >> reporter: happy happy happy friday to you, matt and tam. coming up next on "g.m.a.," hillary clinton and donald trump hitting the trail in in in him. trump under fire for reaction to a question to his rally. we have the details. a new arrest in the charleston church massacre that left nine people dead. the fbi taking a friend of dylan roof into custody. we'll have details on the charges. two high school football players who blindsided a referee during a game were suspended and under criminal investigation they are here and speaking out for the first time about the
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incident. and then one on one with david beckham, the soccer superstar giving acting a shot. we'll have that exclusive interview coming up. tam, you're welcome. >> she doesn't even have to talk, he can just sit citizen there for five minutes that will make a lot of people's fridays. >> he'll give us fashion tips. >> reporter: matt likes watching him too. >> reporter: extra heavy 22 minute ride from the ac expressway to the walt whitman bridge. reports of an accident caused early morning jams. it was worse earlier. water main break closing main street in morristown church street. stick to central avenue. this is a closeup view of i-95 northbound past cottman, disabled vehicle penndot is helping the guy in the right
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lane north of the construction zone. >> reporter: cool in the northern and western suburbs, refreshing. 55 in points, 54 in saint davids. the winds are light and humidity not that bad. 54 in buena. 54 in hammonton. 65 in avalon, upper 60s up and down the state of delaware. if you're dressing the kids it's cool to start out. maybe a light jacket works. this afternoon it's another day where you'll need t-shirts and sunscreen root for the eagles on sunday. 66 degrees at 9:00 a.m. we'll warm up, 81 by noon and 87 degrees by 3:00 p.m. >> going to the people scene, movie mogul quincy jones was taken to an la hospital with shortness of breath. the 82-year-old music producer's storied career has included
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collaborations with just about everybody. >> former eagle jeremiah trotter is taking on the new role of actor. he was at the kimmel center are to his new film the north star based on only the real story of two virginia slaves who escaped to buckingham pennsylvania in 1849. >> i was never on the side of the camera in that aspect. but once i got past that, it was fun filming the movie. >> his experience in sports ws credited for making him a natural in front of the camera. more kids are suffering from asthma
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and we still have no limits on carbon pollution which can lead to more asthma attacks in children but senator toomey has voted repeatedly to let polluters
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keep releasing unlimited carbon pollution into the air. and took more than one million dollars from the polluters. tell senator toomey to vote for the clean power plan, because unlimited pollution shouldn't be a right. but playing outside should be.
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masked men broke into a northeast philadelphia home and robbed a woman at gunpoint while her children slept upstairs. the men got away with $800. the women and children were not hurt. two people were hurt in an apartment complex in new castle delaware. the fire broke out at 2:00 a.m. both people are okay. >> reporter: i'm serving gridlock with your eggs this morning. benjamin franklin parkway the inner drive of the parkway is closed for the papal visit. it won't reopen until the 29th causing big problems. >> reporter: it's another warm one, 63. 64 by 8:00 a.m. in the 80s most of the day, 3:00 p.m., 87 degrees, sunshine low humidity light winds. nice today. >> we want to remind you all things pope is your
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good morning, america. new this morning, donald trump takes some heat. >> the room is hot. >> the gop front-runner under fire after a supporter criticized muslims and said the president is not an american. hillary clinton pounces on what she is calling hateful rhetoric. an abc news exclusive. breaking their silence. those two high school football players who attacked a referee on the field suspended from school facing a criminal investigation. and now for the first time telling their side of the story only on "gma." hail to the hair row. this school bus crashes off the road. >> old on tight. >> landing in a lake with a quick-thinking 10-year-old and the driver jumping into action to save all the children on board. how they got everyone out safely. and what a wild finish.


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