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a pleasant good morning to you, it is 5:30, saturday, may 7. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news,." deadly fire a couple is killed when a fire breaks out in their south philadelphia home overnight. a suspect is behind bars after going on a two-day shooting spree in the washington, d.c. area. paying their last respects, hundreds lined the streets of philadelphia to say goodbye to former police commissioner, willie, williams,. the gloomy weather seems to
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be stuck. check out this picture of the commodor barry bridge in delaware county. you may have heard the rain hitting the roof this morning, the rain feels like an unwanted guest who moves in and won't leave. you have to leave buddy. come on. the sun has is going to make a return chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: unwanted guest. the game is over. we do have light at the end of the tunnel, just not today, it will be tomorrow. we'll have peeks of sunshine this afternoon, but the better of the two days will be mother's day, lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures. double scan live you can see the showers across south jersey and delaware, this is the upper level low that's spinning its wheels over the delaware bay. that has to push through in order to get the skies to clear. it will take 18 to 24 hours for that to happen.
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once we get into ten, 11:00 a.m. sunday morning, the system is long gone at that point and we'll see sunshine. let's zoom into south jersey, here's route 40 stretching eastward into elmer and malaga and into mays landing. delsea drive and route 55. showers. every now and then we get into a steadier batch, there's the white horse pike and about berl, northward into philadelphia and surrounding suburbs you endurance. ing showers are possi, but afternoon showers are possible. 1:00 p.m., 60 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 62. and 5:00 p.m., 64. the call from accuweather morning showers and scattered showers by afternoon, also breaks of sunshine when i come back in just a few minutes we'll
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talk about the nicer weather on the way in the accuweather seven-day forecast. look forward to it, chris, thank you so much. keep 6abc.com/weather handy on all your devices all weekend long. heading into mother's day tomorrow, of course, storm tracker 6 live double scan radar will let you know when any changes are expected in the area. 5:33. i want to get you caught up on breaks news, norristown, montgomery county dekalb and oak street a serious fire has injured nine people. as you look at the live pictures crews on the scene. it's a very active scene. we know that three the children were pulled out of the burning row home that was converted into apartments. nearby cvs served as a triage for first responders at the scene. the fire burned for an hour
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before it was brought under control. we know that state police and montgomery county district attorney office has been called out to the scene. we'll track the developing story all morning as the details come in on dekalb street in norristown. as the firefighters work the fire there. late night fire killed a man and woman in south philadelphia. investigators say their deaths may have been preventible, flames ripped through the third floor bedroom in the 1700 block of moore street. firefighters brought the fire under control in 15 minutes. when the smoke cleared they found a man in his 70s and a woman and her 60s. the family had 6 smoke alarms and not one had a working battery. >> reporter: the commissioner said clutter on the other floors would have made it difficult for the woman and man to escape. it is not clear what caused the fire. a two day shooting spree
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that terrorized suburban washington, d.c. is over. police arrested the man whose suspected killings were personal an random. >> reporter: this video shows the moment when the suspect gunman was caught. eulalio tordil walks to his car and gets inside. police surrounded the vehicle and arrest him blocks from the crime scene. four hours earlier at 11:50 a.m., with thousands of customers in the mall, shots rang out. a woman hit two men trying to help her shot, as well. all rushed to the hospital where one of the good samaritans later died. stunned shoppers stayed inside. nordstrom rolled down their meblghts doors on two -- metal doors on two sides and locked us inside.
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>> reporter: a few minutes later, a woman is gunned down at a supermarket. police suspect eulalio tordil shot and killed his estranged wife. he was stripped of his gun and badge after a civil court leveled alleged abuse of his wife. it was an irony that was not lost on me, the same boston market and the parking lot during the sniper shootings. >> reporter: this entire region breathing a big sigh of relief. karen travers abc news, maryland. university police are searching for suspects after two shots were fired on campus. a notice posted on the website said no injuries were reported. it is not clear what led to the
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incident. this morning, police in bucks county are looking for the person who threw bricks off an overpass along the pennsylvania turnpike and injured a truck driver. that what you just saw was the driver's windshield after it was punctured by a brick. you saw his face there. the brick was thrown in bristol township. he had a broken eye socket and fractured jaw. he maintained the control of the big rig and exited the turnpike. bricks and rocks and stuff like that, look at me, it cover a lot worse, i could have lost an eye or lost my life. it cover worse for everyone, because blake was hauling barrels of flammable materials, state police would like anyone who was driving in the area to call with any tips they have. new jersey state trooper
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are searching for the driver who hit and killed a woman on route 55 in deptford township. the 32-year-old crashed into a tree on friday morning. she got out of the car and was looking for help when she was hit and rn -- killed. she leaves behind a 12-year-old son. a final farewell to willie williams. richard ross led a procession he have hundreds of men and women in blue as they paid tribute to williams. it was the first of two public viewings for williams who died at the age of 72. a second viewing will be held at zion baptist church today. new jersey casino workers
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hit the picket line outside the tropicana hotel in atlantic city. they hope for better wages as union leaders begin contract gosheses on their haif. they are making 80 cents an hour more than 12 years ago. the time 5:40. this morning vice president joe biden will speak to graduates at delaware state university. he will deliver the commencement address. he will speak at the graduation at syracuse university law school and the u.s. military academy at westpoint. students in the nation's capitol will hear from president obama this morning he will deliver the commencement address at howard university. president obama is the 6th sitting u.s. president to deliver the keynote address at the school's commencement. you could be the neck millionaire, a lot of money is up for grabs in the powerball drawing. the jackpot is estimated at $415 million. no one matched all six numbers
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in wednesday drawing. the jack pot was gone 18 straight drawings with no winner. now, you can see the winning numbers during be "action news" at 11:00 p.m. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. expanding the fleet we'll tell you how amazon is improving their ability to get the orders right to your home. plus the fires that have been burning across the border in canada are out of control this morning. we'll have an update on those who have been forced out of there homes, chris. >> reporter: gray, here's a look at the headlines this morning, he won't need an ark after all, the rain is coming to an end tomorrow, details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> reporter: when will the rain get out of here? chris. >> reporter: it brought us ten straight days of sunshine and we were on the good side of the block and now we're on the bad side of the block and it's brought us this. we have scattered showers and low-level clouds, patchy fog in parts of the region. with a cold front approaching from the west it will knock the upper level low out to sea and we'll see the return of sunshine. today will be one of those gloomy days once again. storm tracker 6 live showing more showers across the region, mainly across western portions of south jersey, glassboro getting wet. woodbury, about berlin and westn suburbs, media and chadds ford also seeing light rain out there. present temperature reading, 51 degrees, dewpoint, 47,
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pressure holding steady. wind out of the east at 8 miles per hour. until we can change the wind direction we'll continue to see the kind of dreary dampness to the atmosphere. looks like the winds shift tomorrow. temperatures for the most part are close to 50 degrees. visibility is not an issue. every now and then we see lower readings, for the most of the region we're tens miles. everybody else is doing okay this morning. satellite and radar, you can see the counter clockwise swirl that's the upper level low. he there's no steering mechanism to get this on its way. the jet stream is up to the northwest. until it drops down from canada, we continue to see this, that is a cold front so it will knock the low across the canadian maritimes. mother's day looks better in the
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afternoon. today we'll see clouds and scattered showers, but it will be nothing like yesterday's driving rain. 11:00 a.m., cloudy skies and leftover showers, 1, 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., the skies may attempt to brighten up in parts of the area. you may see sunshine peeking through, other areas may see leftover showers, we get into mother's day morning, this is the cold front knocking on the door, it will bring clouds and scattered showers and by afternoon it is wall-to-wall blue skies and the return of sunshine and milder temperatures. sunday looks really, really nice. scattered showers, clouds, limited sunshine, it's a milder day, 64. winds shifting out of the west at 5 to 10 miles per hour. here's how it will play out throughout the day. morning showers, and through the day, leftover showers, drying conditions. temperatures, are 55, at 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 60, 3:00 p.m., 62 and 5:00 p.m., 64. approaching cold front, shower
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possible after midnight. 49 degrees outlying suburbs, 50 for center city. 64 today, 6 degrees nearly 70 for mother's day partly sunny, very comfortable for monday, 72. tuesday, clouds and sun, it's another nice day, high of 70. wednesday, sunshine there's a chance of thunderstorms with a high of 74. thursday, same deal, 73 and friday looks like another rain day, cloudy skies showers and high of 70. so there is light at the end of the tunnel. the sun does exist somewhere. we'll see it. thank you so much. the time 5:47. forget the big wheels or little red wagons, kids will be zooming down sidewalks with mini teslas. they will ship the cars just for the kids. the parents have to shell out big money. they will cost $499 east e --
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each. if you're little one has an eye on one, you maybe out of luck, because shipments for the car for the month of may are sold out. connections.
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you're not just in the classroom; you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year, and you help them learn and grow. but you also get to know their families, and over the years they become a part of your life, and you become a part of theirs. when you build those connections, you can accomplish some pretty amazing things. i'm jackie kruzik and i'm proud to be a new jersey educator.
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so glad you stayed with us on a saturday morning, 55:50 a.m., sky6 live hd giving you a look of the camden skyline. boy, oh, boy, it's been raining seems like an eternity. there are concerns about the increase in the rise of injuries in kids. researchers at the cdc say concussions from playground injuries have doubled in the past ten years. the biggest culprit, monkey bars and swings. softer playground surfaces and checks on equipment could reduce
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the numbers. researchers are concerned about the rise in fireworks injuries. athletes who play with concussion may cause more damage and delay recovery time. the study involved teams at the youth, high school and college levels. youth football players are likely to return to the field less than a day later. past research has shown the brain is vulnerable to physicalological and metabolic changes. cellulite is easy to hate and hard to get rid of. there's a procedure that can be done in your doctors' office and it's gaining buzz. erin o'hern has more.
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>> reporter: a new minimally invasive procedure is showing promise in bringing back the short shorts. i hate it. >> reporter: easy to hate and hard to get rid of. alyssa is only 24 years old, but started noticing her cellulite when she was in high school. like in the summertime you're wearing short shorts or a bathing suit it's noticeable. >> reporter: when changes to diet and exercise failed a friend told her about the procedure. it's minimal recovery time and it's not invasive it sounded perfect. we'll see which ones are linear and which one are dimples. >> reporter: it's to smooth out cellulite it's thin tissue that pull down on the skin like a
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button on a mattress. 85 to 90% of women have cellulite. until now we had nothing in plastic surgery to help treat cellulite, now we do. >> reporter: doctors numb the area and map out the dimples. they use a vacuum to pull up the skin one target area at the time. with the skin held in place, the needle-shaped cutting device is inserted into the hosing which serves as a guide. it goes between the muscle and surface of the skin which cause puckers when pulling down on the skin. when the bands are released they snap like a rubber band and unable to reform. it changes the architecture of the skin. it last years and not weeks or months. we know it last two years and three years, but the sky is the limit.
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this could be something that let's women avoid the recurrence of cellulite for decades. here are before and after pictures of the treatment and several more from other patients. alibya said she is thrilled with the results. dr. cross said this is not for people who have to lose weight or whose skin is wrinkled, but rather for those who see dimples and shadows, who have swelling or bruising, but can restart activities in a day or two. the procedure is around $2,500. erin o'hern channel 6 "action news."
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thank you for waking up with us, 5:56. sky6 live hd showing you this live glimpse of the platt bridge there in south philadelphia. still gloomy, still gray, will there be any relief from all the rain. meteorologist chris sowers will let you know in just a bit. amazon is doubling the size
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of a fleet of jets to deliver the items right to your doorstep. they will release 20 planes from atlas air wide moving, it comes after they struck a deal with air transport group. they have buildings up their own deliver network so it is less dependent antion -- on you must or fedex. there will be a new setting called cellular data usage, you can choose a higher or lower data setting depending on your preference. there's an unlimited data option available. you'll be greeted with a small when you go shopping at walmart. the largest retailer in america is announcing it is bringing back its store greeters.
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that will create thousands of new jobs, they made the decision after a successful pilot program show that customers appreciated being met at the door. the door greeters were once a staple until walmart made a change four years ago. 35:58. we've got much more coming up on "action news" saturday morning. ready to pull the plug, but wants the cable channels? one streaming service may have it. captain america a film predicted to big, no other film is opening this weekend. we're back after the break. a pleasant good morning to
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you, it is 6:00 a.m. on this saturday, may 7. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." we're following breaking news, nearly a dozen people are pulled out of a burning apartment building in montgomery county overnight. we'll have an update on the situation. also two people sent to the hospital after a fight leads to a stabbing. details straight ahead. rain rain, please please go away. the delaware valley is soggy from a week of all tt

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