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preying on the patients for cash. was os after a collision -- chaos after a collision on kelly drive. developers open the doors to on historic divine lorain. no showers to speak of. we have david and karen. >> reporter: we have sprinkles down the shore, but they are burning off. weapon partly sunny skies and the blip of rain out to the west will not be an issue for us today. we're at 57 degrees in philadelphia. 56 degrees in millville. and 57 in wilmington, 50 degrees in allentown. cool to start out, not too bad. on the bus stop light winds partly cloudy overall, 56 by 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m., 57 degrees with some
of the sunshine breaking through. today looks nice, with a capita. 76 degrees by 3:00 p.m., pollen is up today, it's a nice one light winds, partly sunny skies and highs in the 70s. we have a couple of issues with afternoon rain tomorrow and strong thunderstorm saturday. >> reporter: it never ends. we only give people one good day and it goes downhill. i guess enjoy your one good day. this is i-95 cottman. no delays just yet as you head out. kelly drive between brewery hill drive and eakens oval, the overnight paving has cleared. 10:00 a.m., kelly drive will close for the dad vail regatta, stick to mlk drive or the schuylkill expressway instead. on the boulevard northbound at
red lion road. the accident is in the process of clearing now it's out of there an all lanes are open. we have an accident langhorne bucks county, maple avenue at aspen avenue. no weather relaced problems -- related problems to speak of today. come to us we'll give you help. that was the pitch from three doctors claiming they wanted to help drug addicts, they are luring people into a pill mill plying them for cash. katherine scott is live outside the facility. she's got more. good morning. >> reporter: , good morning, tam, authorities say the doctors operated out of the office buildings and they were essentially drug dealers. by the end they sold more than $5 million worth of controlled substances. the clinic ran out of the south philadelphia office building on the 2300 block of south broad street and at times operated under the name of national association of substance abuse
preference and treatment. you seep the alleged ring leader alan somers of ambler in the youtube video making his pitch to families with addicted loved ones. the alleged scheme involved the doctors selling prescriptions for commonly abused drugs in exchange for cash payments. the indictment for said subscription woulds would be sod without medical valuation as required by law. this to them was nothing but a business an illegal business, a money-making business not designed in any way shape or form to help some of the neediers people in our society. >> reporter: and authorities say many of the customers who came to the clinic were actually drug dealers or addicts who sold the medications.
if convicted the doctors could face jail time. live in south philadelphia, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." thank you, katherine. new this morning, three people were hurt when a driver veered across the double line on kelly drive and flipped over and hit two parked cars. the action cam was at the scene at 1:00 a.m. a crowd gathered as firefighters pulled two people from the mangled vehicle. all in serious, but stable condition. investigators are looking into the cause. a driver of a vehicle struck a bicyclist in philadelphia late last night and it is the second time this happened this week. the driver is not stop. 27-year-old ryder was not seer -- rider was not seriously hurt. at a state police rep'd rn
a -- helped reel in a seafood thief. officials have traced the crimes back to 33-year-old christopher wells of bay view, new jersey. police are questioning the motive for the crustation caper. today is the one year anniversary of amtrak train 188. chad perdelli is bringing us the story of one passenger's journey on the road to recovery. >> reporter: when did it hit you the severity of how injured you were. i had so many doctors tell me i should not have survived my injuries. >> reporter: a popular app helped her family confirm she was in the accident. her husband shares his 9 hour search to find her after the derailment. watch chad's report on "action news" at 11:00 p.m.
donald trump will be in washington, d.c. to sit down with paul ryan the question is will they be friend or foe? ryan rivered to endorse the -- ryan refused to endorse the nom nom -- nom -- nominee. former president bill clinton will be campaigning for hillary clinton in kentucky today. the democratic front frontrunner was in camden county yesterday she attacked his tax plan. she called on him to release his tax returns. bernie sanders has three rallies schedule in south dakota ahead of the june 7 primary. 35:36 is the trial, the public got a rare chance to look inside an iconic build in
philadelphia. the developers opened the door to the divine lorain, it was the first integrated hotel. it is being transformed into a luxury apartment and boutique motel. there are so many stories in this buildings, not just the people who lived here, but people who break in and created all the art. some of the units have been leased to renter, the building is expected to be finished by the end of the year. it's better than sitting empty. >> reporter: it's nice they are doing something with it, i'm happy about it. today's weather is nice. >> reporter: for renovating or whatever you want to do. looks like we're mainly dry we had sprinkles down the shore, they are on the way away from us. as we look outside, cloud cover early on, you can see how the sunshine ask beginning to come up over the horizon. ment clouds are thinning out.
overall it's going to be a nice start and beautiful finish today. 57 degrees currently in philadelphia. a little on the cool side, but not too bad. especially when you consider the winds running five miles per hour he to the southwest. there are the clouds in the process of evaporating. a little more cloud cover to the west will have a hard time getting here. we'll call it a partly sunny day and definitely nice. 57 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 67. at noon we'll be in the 70s. 73 degrees there. the high today is 76 degrees at 3:00 p.m. one of the days where you're out exercising you might need a sports drink or something like that with you for a change. it will be warmer than it's been in a little while. in allentown, 78. 79 in reading. cloud cover thinner up there early on. 76 degrees in philadelphia. as you get closer to the cool ocean water, it cools down a
bit. 68 in millville. and mid 60s along the coast. future tracker 66 showing sprinkles on storm tracker 6 live. 12:00, we could see showers build, and it gets through around 4:00 p.m. off the coast, thunderstorms mixing in here. that bodes well for the evening if case you're going to the phillies or moviey, -- or movie, the rain should be over. saturday, sunshine aplenty in the morning. in the afternoon, we have gusty thunderstorms. noon it's building in from the west. 4:00 p.m. it's i-95. late in the afternoon or evening it's down the shore. if you're going to dover racing this weekend there's probably going to be an interruption on friday to any of racing. same story on saturday in the
afternoon and evening. sunday, cooler, but dry. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today is a beauty, 76 degrees, partly sunny and very nice. tomorrow, clouds building in the morning, we get that period of rain in the afternoon. hopefully out of here in time for the evening, high of 72. dad vail regatta on saturday starting out great. in the afternoon we have the threat of a shower or strong thunderstorm. 76 is the high and drying out quickly in the evening. sunday in philadelphia, breezy and consumer. 59 degrees. i got phillies tickets wile be bringing the season ticketholder blanket we gave he -- me, enough to cover two seats, you can come with me tam if you want. you be careful how you throw around these things. you'll get some calls. you're america's meteorologist. >> reporter: thank, matt.
5:40. the play about a teenager who was gunned down by a watch captain debuts tonight. we have an accident on the schuylkill expressway just happening we see penndot pulling up and backing up on the scene with the tow truck here, details on the accident and another one in bucks county coming up. students down south are packing a different kind of heat and parents are asking, is this a good idea? we'll tell you more when we come right back. 5:44, oh, see
that bird, maybe we have a bird on the sky 6 camera, maybe it was nesting. it wasn't an eagle or condor, condors live in california. definitely wasn't one of those. it's going to be a nice day. we could use a nice day after a dreary day. hopefully the commute will be? >> reporter: we have a problem on the schuylkill expressway, we're looking past gladwyn westbound heading toward conshohocken. we've got an accident, you can see penndot is on the scene, they have the flares set up. someone is walking back back to
deal with the accident. we have a fire truck coming to the scene. looks like they are stopping all traffic see them right there, blocking traffic so the fire truck can get through. schuylkill expressway westbound between glad win and the conshohocken curve. i've noticed debris on the roadway, as well. as penndot continues to movie we see number of people off to the side of the road. they are trained on their vehicle setting up the scene, blocking the scene westbound. jammed from conshohocken to gladwyn, westbound. i found people on the waze app people are talking about schuylkill traveling 8 miles per hour at best. they were blocking all lanes, now they are allowing the traffic to get bias the fire
truck comes -- get by, as the fire truck gets to the sign. we have an accident at maple avenue and aspen avenue. horsham, the traffic lights are not working on easton road. we have fog reduces visibility in lancaster to near zero and five miles in philadelphia. happening today, one of philadelphia's largest and longest running public job fairs today. job seekers gather to the the 10th annual neighborhood job fair between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at temple university mcmcgoneical hall at north broad street. a school board approved the measure of being allowed of carrying pepper spray. the parents said their children are not responsible enough to handle pepper spray.
one school board member changed his vote in opposition. the play portraying trayvon martin opens in philadelphia. it play is meant to ask people how the country moves ahead so the death of young black men are not in vein. a former princeton student with a learning disability is entering the 10th day of her hunger strike. she has dyslexia and attention deficit disorder. the school removed accommodations that were approved and deemed necessary to have equal access to exams, when i did not perform well, they
said you're out. the department of education has reviewed her case and not render a decision. princeton said the matter was handled consistent with the university policy. in september, a family welcomed the first daughter through her father's line since 1860. in honor of the first, they named her eve. eve is wearing some of mom's old clothes. the family said eve is already a daddy's girl. dad is worried about when eve gets old enough when she starts dating. new developments in the search for a commercial airplane that vanished nearly two years ago. a new york man proves you can beat the odds, twice, his story is coming up. >> reporter: we have a jacket on the kids, temperatures in the
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people, you can kind of see them off to the side backed up against the guardrail after an accident scene on the schuylkill expressway westbound between gladwyn and the conshohocken curve. we have penndot blocking the right lane. they have the broom out there and they are dealing with the fuel spill and sand on the road and getting the debris out of there, as well. a mess on the schuylkill expressway jammed from belmont to gladwyn. in dover, race weekend this weekend. dover international speedways, gates open at 2:00 p.m. you'll see lots of congestion, route 1, 13, 113, you'll see it all. >> reporter: ichts chatting with a -- i was just chatting with a twitter follower about the rain. you'll see rain in the afternoon. we have calm winds. it's going to be nice as we go through the day. great day to do errands or work in the yard. 70 by 11.
noon, 73. 75 by 2:00 p.m. 76 degrees at 3:00 p.m. and holding on to the low 70s why 4:00 p.m. partly sunny, not much wind today, a nice one across the region, matt and tam. you can get the seven-day forecast at 6abc.com/weather. a hail storm left streets in omaha, nebraska caked with icy slush. so much of it piled up, the city had to deploy snowplows to push it away. looks like snow, it's hail. the nation's heartland has been dealing with severe weather all week. malaysian government said two more recipes of debris found in south africa are almost certainly from flight 370. that means a total of five recipes of the jet have been discovered in various spots around the indian ocean. the plane disappeared march 2014 with 239 people on board.
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6:00 a.m., thursday, may 12. here's what's happening. a car hit and killed a pedestrian on a montgomery county roadway overnight. we have details. a year after the deadly amtrak derailment mystery surrounds what went wrong while the city of philadelphia is preparing to remember the victims. a report breaks down how much states are spending on pre-schoolers. you might be surprised how much it is in the tri-state area. let's go outside to dave and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: we have a little mist, that will burn off. most of the day will be partly sunny with the clouds filtering in later in the day. 57 degrees is the current