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6:00 a.m., thursday, april 28. students return to class after a classmate is hit and killed on a delaware roadway. a man crashes into his own home leading police to discover an array of growing marijuana equipment. a yourself hot topic -- a controversial hot topic, after a five decade study about spanking. david murphy has weather and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: take a look at satellite, we have additional cloud cover to the west, as that sunshine comes up, it will have a tendency to fade behind cloud cover. temperatures we're starting out
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dry and cool, 51 in wilmington, 46 in allentown. 49 in millville. dover, 51 degrees, but cool there, as well. 9:00 a.m., 53le clouds getting -- 53, clouds getting thicker. the high is 59 is all you'll see that will be around 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., we'll start to see rain move in from the west and we have periods of on and off showers trait through 3:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and evening, as well. you can see the reaction and the temperatures all the way down to 51 degrees by 6:00 p.m. pollen count will be medium high. apartment of that, we'll be looking at more rain in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: the roads are still dry right now, no problems for the morning commute weather wise. looking live at the schuylkill expressway, montgomery eastbound traffic moving just fine as you head toward center city, roads are clear and dry, no accidents
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on the schuylkill expressway, but we have one on the northeast extension in quakertown, southbound past quakertown, watch for restrictions on the northeast extension. big picture, looking good, no major accidents, the blue route, schuylkill expressway i-95 all in good shape. the accident we have is i-95 southbound approaching cottman, it's off to the side. it had been blocking a lane that's why we're seeing speeds 26 miles per hour as you pass the accident scene i-95 southbound looking good elsewhere on i-95. don't forget the penn relays, you'll see extra congestion on the schuylkill expressway, the vine the ben coming into city. 42 northbound coming into the city, looking just fine. you're dry and clear. we have a touch of fog you can see it in this shot, but not causing problems, matt. students at a delaware school are mourning the loss of a classmate. the 14-year-old was struck and killed trying to cross a busy
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highway. katherine scott is live at george reid middle school where counselors will be on call today. >> reporter: the this happened yesterday afternoon, word quickly spread throughout the community. counselors will be at george reid middle school to help students copy with the death of a classmate. this happened at 3:00 p.m. not too far from here on route 13 by basin road in new castle. 14-year-old tyler spawn and three others teenagers were trying to cross the northbound lanes of route 13. as tyler entered the left hand lane he stepped in front of a toyota driven by a 21-year-old. he was hit and thrown and pronounced at the hospital. the other teens made it across and not injured of police are reminding people this is a busy road and people should not risk crossing outside a crosswalk or intersection. the teens were a quarter mile away from a pedestrian foot bridge.
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the driver remained on the scene and investigators do not believe drugs or alcohol were factors in the crash and police say no charges will be filed in this case. live in new castle, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." thank four -- for that. police are questioning a person after an overnight shooting. gunfire erupted on woodland avenue near 62nd street in southwest philadelphia. someone shot a man in the leg. the victim is in stable condition at the hospital. so far no one has been charged. new this morning, a car crash led police to a marijuana growing operation in the lehigh valley. investigators say mark bech slammed into his own house on market street in bangor yesterday. police smelled marijuana, they found 60 plants, and packaged
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marijuana and weapons. he faces charges for drugs and weapons. >> reporter: kathleen kane's lawyer is looking for dismissal of case. she denies charges. kane is leaving office after her term ends. subjects suspended her law license because of the charges. detectives are trying to determine if several car arsons in the overbrook section are connected. cars at three storage lots have been set on fire since october. an "action news" viewer cap occurred this seen on tuesday night. back in november, surveillance cameras captured someone fleeing a lot during a similar fire. >> verizon is dealing with the picket lines and tensions that
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come with a strike, but they say someone is taking it further something criminal. maribel aber has more. >> reporter: verizon said criminal activity has soared. the company is investigating 57 incidents in a normal year it handles 6. equipment has been intentionally damaged terminal boxes have been vandalized. mixed day for stocks as the fed left interest rates unchanged abbey offered little guidance when it would raise rates again. we have a report on gdp due out later today. uber may cut the amount of time it waits before charging you. customers get a five minute grace period before being charged a fee. uber is testing in some areas
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for two minutes before the fee kicks in. what about getting a discount for having to wait too long for the driver. that would be fair. waiting for the cable guy, too. >> reporter: you don't have to wait for stuff any more. it comes to you, sort of like our news. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you rain is coming your way. we're dry this morning. we have the sun coming up. it will do battle with the clouds, the clouds will win the day, but during the day you'll see sunshine poking through at times. isn't that nice. 46 degrees in allentown. 44 in trenton. 46 in reading. 351 degrees in philadelphia. 58 in wilmington, close to 50 down through millville and dover and down toward shore. future tracker 6 shows you how clouds are going to fill in quickly this morning and by
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midday we'll be looking at the arrival of rain an area south and west of philadelphia. and probably by 1:00 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. in the city we'll start to see on and off shower activity build in. it won't be raining everywhere all at once. it won't be a pounding rain exactly, but enough to make roads wet and slow you down out there. it will be damp in philadelphia with the cloudy skies and the drizzle and the periods of shower activity. even as late as 10:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m., when adam and cecily are on air they will have something to show you on radar. in allentown, afternoon rain arriving. 57 degrees. down the shore, 51 degrees, cloudy skies, afternoon rain building there, as well. in philadelphia, a high of 59 degrees lots of clouds and the afternoon rain building in. one thing i'll say about the high temperatures, they will hit around midday. usually we get a high around
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3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. it will be earlier today, once the rain builds in it will draw in cooler air. i think by 3:00 p.m., we're back in the mid 50s, low 50s by dinnertime. 48 is the overnight low, cloudy skies, rain and drizzle overnight tonight, as well. tomorrow, the latest model run doesn't show a lot of rain, every now and then light sprinkle or drizzle there's a chance of a shower popping through at times. that's goes up to 7:00. hopefully we remain light with the rain so we can get the phillies game in. 59 is the high, clouds in the morning, rain on and off through the afternoon and early evening. tomorrow, rain and drizzle possible. 58. saturday would be the day to make my plans it is dry. partly sunny skies, great for the union, phillies game at
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night. i'm heading down with my buddies, it will be a good time. sunday, the rainmaker is coming in faster on the the model. while we may start out cloudy for the broad street run and dry, it's possible we take on rain toward the endful race. if not it will move in during the afternoon. phillies play 2:45, if you have tickets like i do, you want to keep your eye on chris sowers if the morning or they will let you know whether you're going to play. low 70s next week, chance of rain everyday. draft day hear from one of the top two prospects. something found in prince' possession could shed light on his sudden passing. >> reporter: broomal, that's northbound traffic, we're clear and dry for now. we'll take you to exton, chester county. the founder of tesla is
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welcome back taking a live look the view over the commodor barry bridge. it's a pretty view, but you can see the gray clouds out there.
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sounds like they will get going as we get into the afternoon. see a sliver of the sun out there. just a touch. >> reporter: enjoy it, because you won't see a lot of it during the day today. at least the morning commute is dry, you're welcome. route 100, commerce drive west chester area. we have a quiet scene on route 100. we have an accident coming in cheltenham cottman avenue at laurel avenue. we have an accident at i-95 southbound at cottman, it's off to the side. it does create a big scram where it was block ago lane. we're seeing speeds of 21 miles per hour passing the scene on i-95 southbound. we have some emergency construction on the delaware memorial bridge southbound but today they are partially blocking one lane. they had last week blocked three lanes, it was disastrous. that's not the case today. partially one lane blocked. let's go to the commuter traffic
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report. we have a hazard on on the roads near oaks. i think we're okay with that. storm tracker 6 live 3d showing we have rain on the way, this is coming up through the the area, and yes during the evening commute. we have information into the investigation of the death of prince. minnesota authorities say the music icon had prescription pain killers in his possession when he died though they could not say if it played a role in his death. investigators think a health scare before the musician's death was likely a reaction to pain medication, they are waiting the results of an autopsy and toxicology tests before determining the official cause of death. secret service is looking for a stronger, higher white house fence.
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it will be 11 1/2 feet tall and anticlimbing features. teaching right from wrong, a five decade study picks a side on who is right and wrong on the debate over spanking. >> reporter: we're in the mid to upper 40es, so jackets required. we'll let you know where the temperatures are going and where they are not going that's next. >> reporter: in tech bytes, facebook is on fire, the quarter revenue rose more than 50% because of the millions of us who use the facebook mobile apps. it means more advertisers which means all the video ads are not going anywhere. look for facebook to do more with the its live video feature, as well. anyone nintendo will launw
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game. space x is planning a new mission to mars as early as 2018 with the help of nasa. it's part of an effort to get humans to the red plant. those are tech bytes. have a great day.
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if you think you have ibs with diarrhea talk to your doctor about xifaxan. water main break in philadelphia. the action cam found water bubbling up on belmawr avenue and conshohocken avenue in wynnfield around 3:00 a.m. water crews are on the scene. >> reporter: not good to drive through that, be careful of that. it's not affecting traffic too
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much. let's take you outside, a tiny bit of fog you can see from the shot. boulevard is starting to slow down as you head toward the schuylkill expressway, southbound on the boulevard. if you're about to take mass transit you're looking good, new jersey transit, septa subway, septa regional rails everything on time. >> reporter: it's cool out there, temperatures in the upper 40s, some sun, most of the you looking at mainly cloudy skies and 53 degrees. dry at noon, 59 degrees. south and west of philadelphia we could see showers, after 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., showers moving into philadelphia. 59 degrees is the high around midday. once the rain starts it will drop by 5:00 p.m., 52. on and off rain throughout the afternoon. no rain at our travel destinations. all the rain in chicago has knocked off. all the good news for flyers
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today. going on to "healthcheck" a new study on spanking says it does nothing good and may cause damage. a psychologist looked at 50 years of research on spanking on 200,000 children. there's no correlation of improved child behavior, in some cases it was linked to increase aggression and mental health problems later in life. the eagles hold the second pick they have made it no secret they want a which franchise contemporary back. jerry dolph started every game at california. wentz had 17 touch downs during his senior year that was shortened by a wrist injury. i know he'll be a good
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player, everyone will compare us for a long time. >> reporter: the eagles current quarterback sam bradford is unhappy that the team is looking to draft his eventually replacement. his agent is asking for a trade. phillies pitcher, allowed two hits over seven innings, the rest of the team took advantage of washington's sloppiness. phillies win 3-0 they hope to have a three game sweep today. a look at the results of a special "action news" investigation you'll see tonight at 11:00 p.m. ordering your grub online can be fast and easy and convenient. some delivers may not be coming from the restaurants you think you're ordering from. do you rl -- do you think
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that's misleading the customers at all? i guess it could be. i was wondering about the difference in the name do you think it is misleading. >> reporter: find out why the philadelphia health department said this is not on their radar and why a city official said it should be. it is misleading it's taking advantage of the people who they think they are getting it from a certain restaurant and that's not true. >> reporter: don't miss my investigation tonight at 11:00 p.m.
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woman to tossed coffee in a stranger face outside a center city starbucks. surveillance video shows the women arguing. it escalated with the women splashing the coffee on another punching her and pulling her hair. the incident started when the attacker threw a coffee stirrer at her in the store. three students involved in the deadly fight at howard high school in wilmington have been suspended and they expect charges to be filed by the end of week. amy joyner frances was killed last thursday, her family said internet scammers are trying to profit on the fundraiser through fake accounts. the only way to donate in amy's name is through the congo
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funeral home in wilmington. response in increase in crime and violent behavior along the schuylkill trail. people came together last night in order to hone their observation skills. once trained volunteers will carry out citizen patrols along the trail 10.5-mile path through the city. they hope to have trail watch in place before the summer. up next, hear from the family shaken up when police raid their house by mistake. a new this morning, a flying bullet gets stuck in a man's shirt while pumping gas in north philadelphia. that's next. happening now on "action
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news" a family wants answers after a s.w.a.t team raise the wrong house. philadelphia police are planning a response today. a man is accused of trying to kill his girlfriend, police say the murder weapon was fabric softener. the cool damp stretch goes on, accuweather is tracking the next round of rain this afternoon. let's go over to karen and david. >> reporter: i do have on a jacket. we have thicker clouds to the west along with rain and we'll see the clouds thicken up this morning with rain arriving this afternoon. 51 in philadelphia. 48 in wilmington. 44 in trenton. 46 in allentown and 50 in cape may. as we through the day it stays cool. 1:00 p.m., 59 that's all you'll see today. the rain starts to work in from the west probably by 1:00 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. this afternoon in
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philadelphia. after the temperatures dip. 54 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 51 degrees by 6:00 with on and off periods of shower activity today. the pollen count is being knocked down to medium high as the rain moves in. it will be low medium friday and saturday, the trade off, rain over the neck several days. when i come inside i'll run that down for you, and show you the rain on future tracker 6. karen what are the roads looking like? >> reporter: we're dry, the rain doesn't come until later. southbound traffic on i-95 is getting busy, 25 minute ride. we had an accident southbound at cottman, a while ago blocking the left lane, it's clear now, it's the normal morning slowing on i-95 near cottman. the accident on cottman avenue and laurel have cleared. schuylkill expressway not in bad shape right now. this is a live look at survey --
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vare avenue. we have the penn relays today, expect delays. emergency construction that was started a couple of weeks back on the delaware memorial bridge, only one lane blocked. philadelphia police have a lot of the explaining to do today. innocent family woke up to find heavily armed s.w.a.t teams and gungs trained on them -- guns trained on them. annie mccormick has more. >> reporter: southwest family said they are traumatized after the early morning raid philadelphia police have confirmed to "action news" that the home that they raided did not have the people they were looking for inside. coming out of the shower there's a pump action rifle in my chest, he is like put your
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hands up. >> reporter: angel jardine said s.w.a.t team came into his home police believed potential suspects from the home invasion were inside the home. i was scared of the gun, it traumatized me so bad i had to go to the doctors this morning. >> reporter: police saw monique sobbing she is physically impaired after an ex-boyfriend shot her in the head. the officer left behind a broken door and one of them suffered a bruise to the shoulder. after the family was brought in for questioning, police realized they had the wrong people. he said we had you mistaken for someone else, it was all a misunderstanding and they were going to give us a ride home. and action will reach out for comments from police last night.
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we were told that somebody from the administration is expected to comment today. reporting live outside police headquartersers, back to you. a two car crash injured four people at strawberry mansion section at midnight. police say collision was so intense a towing company had to pry the vehicles apart. all victims are in serious, but stable condition. new, a man who was filling his car with gas in north philadelphia was grazed by a stray bullet. it happened at 24th and lehigh avenue at 3:00 a.m. police suspected it ricocheted off another object and hit the man. incredibly the bullet was found in his shirt. the shooter is at large. a delaware middle school will have counselors help
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students copy with the loss of a classmate. tyler spawn tried to dart across route 13 in new castle yesterday afternoon. he stepped in the path of a toyota he was hit abbey killed. he was a student at george reid middle school. he was with three friends at the time of the crash, they were not hurt. a berks county man is under arrest accused of trying to poison his girlfriend with fabric softener. he forced the product down the woman's throat, but she spit it back out. he forced himself on the victim. it started at the woman's home on saturday night. police say rivera arrived and barged in and saying he he was going to kill her. at this point he has a long shot to win the republican nomination, but that's not stopping him from picking his
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vice president. my friend and the neck vice president of the united states, carlie she ended her own failed bid back in february. donald trump mocked cruz for picking a vice president. trump delivered andreas designed to -- an address to outline his foreign policy saying his goal is peace and prosperity not war and destruction. ben -- bernie sanders said he will keep fighting for his race for president.
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liendz the scenes he -- behind the scenes he is cutting staffers. they say they are right sizing. another day where we'll see rain just not early on. >> reporter: dry for now, storm tracker 6 live double scan shows that to you, as we take a look outside we're seeing early sunshine poking through the early clouds, sky6 live hd has that for you, you can see bright sunshine coming out from behind the clouds over the commodor barry bridge as we look north from chester. but, as we, actually looking east, in any event, as we go into the afternoon or later this morning, the clouds will get thicker and in the afternoon feature some rain. 51 degrees right now. the 2e6r789 -- temperature improving a little bit, most temperatures in the 40s. as we go through now until 12:00, you can see the clouds
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come in and the rain pushes into delaware and southern cape may county. you go up to 1, 2, 3:00 p.m. you get the scattered showers through philadelphia and allentown. the rest of the afternoon is damp with on and off showers, you can see none of this is necessarily a heavy driving rain, but enough to make the roads wet. by 6:00 p.m. that's what we're looking at over the region. the rest of the evening, on and off showers and drizzle around, adam and cecily will have something to show you on radar as we move into tonight. 51 degrees by 8:00. 5 by 10. we'll get to a high of 1:00 p.m. once the rain moves in we'll seal the numbers drop. high temperatures across the region 46 degrees in allentown. 57 in reading. 59 in philadelphia. 58 in millville. mid 50s down the shore in places
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like cape may. tomorrow, cool, high of 58 degrees. we'll have scattered sprinkles and showers, the latest run on future tracker 6 is not selling this real hard. 50:30 to noon you'll see occasional -- 5:30 a.m. to noon you'll see occasional drizzle. it will be on the light side. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 59 degrees, clouds and afternoon rain. tomorrow, rain and drizzle possible at times otherwise, cloudy andy cool high of 58. saturday is the day to make plans. of all the days in the seven-day forecast that's dry. partly sunny in the afternoon, 66. union no problem there. phillies no problem another night. sunday, the next rainmaker wants to come faster and faster only models it might rain late morning and early afternoon.
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hopefully we get the broad street run in. the phillies play the cleveland indians we'll see if we get that game in. monday and tuesday we get the numbers in the 70s he, monday, showers around not a washout. tuesday, rain building back in the afternoon. wednesday there could afternoon showers and props a thunderstorm. 64:00. up next, more -- 6:40 a.m., up next, police shooting in baltimore that wounded a 13-year-old boy. a house guest puts others to shame. >> reporter: 422, a 12 minute ride from oaks to 202. we'll check the 30 bypass coming up. a plane is sporting quite the battle scar after a run in with birds, see the damage up next on "action news." > 6:43 te
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beach. looks like they have an atv thing up there, maybe raking a little path, people will be out there, the water is not all that warm. dream of the summer in the springtime. it's okay to have dreams. you're full of big thoughts this morning. it's okay to have dreams. >> reporter: he is full of something. we're looking at business route
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30, traffic is moving okay. it's later you're dealing with the rain. we'll see increasing clouds through the day, 30 bypass, we have noticed heavy traffic on the vine. vine street expressway eastbound eastbound -- westbound you're jammed slow go on the vine. conshohocken road is closed because of new construction that started this week and it will last until july. you'll be dealing with that a little bit longer. storm tracker 6 live 3d you can see the rain that's on the way. rain coming in the afternoon and evening. when you're driving around the evening commute you'll be wet. for now you're good to go. we noticed visibility is down with a touch of fog, 7 miles at philadelphia international is no problem. 4 miles in reading is more noanl and -- problem.
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and 2.5 in lancaster. baltimore police shot a 13-year-old boy carrying what looked like a gun but turned out to be a replica pistol. when two officers identified himself the boy ran. the officers caught up with the teen and ordered him to drop the gun. when he didn't they say one of the officers shot him in the leg. the teen is the expected to be okay. the commissioner said there's no reason to believe that the officers acted inappropriately. an bird strike damaged the nose of an american airline plane. you can see the damage when the plane returned to the airport yesterday. the plane was heading for dallas when it was construct. american airlines said 2 or more birds might have hit the plane. no injuries reported. an alligator took up residence at a home in louisiana. contractors showed up for work
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and spotted the reptile and he didn't want to go quietly. i saw something wave at me, i got a little bit closer and said what is in the devil is that, got closer, a big alligator. a alligator hunter got him out and put him back in the wild. it is believed he was driven out his normal habitat because of mating season. a young baseball player is determined to beat the odds. it's the feel good story of the morning. >> reporter: wow, we have kids dressed in the jackets, temperatures in the 40s in a lot of neighborhoods and low 50s in philadelphia. this afternoon don't forget the rain gear, not raining now, but it will be rain later. we'll have the day planner numbers coming up. ♪
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6:49, time for a preview of good morning. to help us out with that we have ginger zee. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning matt and tam, the race for the white house ted cruz naming carlie fiorina as his running mate. the latest on prince' death law enforcement sources saying prescription drugs were found with his body. were they responsible for his death. we're live in minnesota. plus an abc exclusive, he is head of the church of
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scientology, now his father is calling him ruthless in a new book. "g.m.a.'s" wide world of weddings. we're celebrating with wedding weddingses all around the world, it's coming up next on "g.m.a." matt loves those kinds of stories, ginger. he can't wait. i'm happy for anyone who is entering marriage. >> reporter: matt doesn't like to celebrate anything do you? i try to be humble. >> reporter: we have an accident on the platt bridge, eastbound blocking the right lane, a slow go on the platt bridge, not both lanes blocked, just one. it's creating a jam eastbound on the platt bridge. mass transit we're looking good, it continues to be the case, everything is on time. >> reporter: cool this morning with clouds building over the next several hours. we feel temperatures in the mid
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to up 40s, philadelphia in the low 50s, you need a jacket, but not much wind out there. 50 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 55 by 10:00 a.m. if you have plans for the workout get it done in the cool cloudy weather. noon, 59. out west of philadelphia we might see rain drops by lunchtime. most of it holds off until 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. the rest of the way is wet with on and off showers. notice how we hit a high of 59 early in the day. around noon or 1:00 p.m., the numbers go down as the rain pulse in. later in southern california dominating favorite sport -- a little leaguer in southern california had a rare virus that attacked his central nervous system, he has learned to do with one hand what his teammates do with two. his goal is to play professional
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>> top stories 6:55, police plan to offer more information about an armed s.w.a.t team raid at a home in southwest philadelphia. they admit they showed up at the wrong house and arrested the wrong people. counselors will be on hand at george reid middle school in new castle delaware. a 14-year-old student was truck and killed trying to run across route 13. the driver will not been charged. a man filling his car with gas in north philadelphia was grazed by a stray bullet at 3:00 a.m. incredibly, 9 bullet was found in his shirt. nfl draft begins in chicago tonight. the eagles have the second pick.
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jerry goff and carson wentz. >> reporter: we have an accident on the platt bridge eastbound they say creating a slow go on the platt bridge. the other accidents have cleared. we had one at i-95 at cottman. it's moving better. there's the normal morning jam southbound. 26 minute ride southbound. >> reporter: normal jam probably looks better than a special jam. we'll have cloudy skies build and we'll see early sunshine. the clouds will get thicker throughout the morning. after 1:00 p.m. we'll stop at 59 we'll have on and off showers move in. you can see the events on the temperatures. -- effects on the temperatures. we'll drop down to 51 by 6:00 p.m. it's going to be exciting to watch the draft tonight. are you going to stay up?
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no, i never get to stay up. we'll find out when we wake up. for karen rogers, matt o'donnell, david murphy, have a great thursday!
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good morning, america. tornado outbreak. dangerous weather overnight. >> ah, get us out of here. >> twisters appearing two at a time blowing out windows, damaging home, shredding trees and now more storms heading south. ted cruz in an attempt to save his campaign drafting carly fiorina as his running mate. donald trump mocking the move. >> cruz can't win. what's he doing picking a vice president? >> as bernie sanders lays off hundreds of his staff. is the trump/clinton matchup set. overnight birding barreling into the nose of a plane forcing it to turn around. plus, an amazing escape. this pilot's plane going up in flames. how he managed to get out alive. an abc news exclusive. the leader of the chu


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