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you, it is 7:00 a.m. saturday, may 1. here's some of the stories we're following, breaking news, a teenager is shot and killed in a triple shooting and this morning police are searching for his killer. plus, one person is dead and four others hurt after a crash in chester county. police say alcohol may have been involved. also a new jersey farmers market that was devastated by fire is back open for business. first outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers for a look ahead in the accuweather forecast. chris you say rain is coming, but there's no umbrella in your
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hand. >> reporter: it's actually nice out here gray this morning. we're seeing mainly cloudy conditions, obviously it's dry, and it's mild with rain heading this way. it should arrive late this morning into the first part of the afternoon. 53 degrees in philadelphia. warrington, 57. oxford, 53. new holland, 57 degrees. glassboro, 55. cinnaminson, 54. hammonton, 52. atlantic city, 58. sea isle city, 57 degrees. satellite and radar we have two pockets of moisture you can see the first one over the actual portions of pennsylvania and actually most of the appalachian states through the virginias and the second batch of moisture developing off the delmarva the bottom of the screen. we have an area of low pressure where all the yellows are transferring its energy to a coastal low. it's a situation you see during the winter months when we're
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talking about snowstorms. these areas of low pressure will continue on their journey toward the northeast and bring rain this afternoon. we'll go hour by hour, by 11:00 a.m., we should see the steadier rains moving in southwest to northeast across the viewing area. places like lang, oxford and chester county they see the rain first and trenton and the shorepoints will see the rain last. highs around 63. 1:00 p.m., 63 degrees. 3:00 p.m., 58 degrees, 5:00 p.m., 57 degrees. if you have outdoor plans, the earlier they are the better chance you have them of actually taking place. we have more showers in the forecast tomorrow, it may last through monday, as well. the 80s move back in by wednesday. we'll talk about that when i see you in just a few minutes. gray?
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thank you. now to the breaking news coming from north philadelphia. police say a teenager was killed in a triple shooting and the victim had just turned 18. shots were fired along the 3300 block of north 13th street late last night. police found two dozen shell casings. the teen who celebrated his 18th birthday was shot once in the back of the head. he dies at the scene. two other men were injured. no word on what led to the shooting. no arrests have been made. camden county, new jersey, police on the scene there of a deadly accident. this is video that just came into the newsroom. we know this crash happened around 4:00 a.m. on route 73 near william feather drive in voorhees. we're told the vehicle left the roadway and slammed into a tree. the driver died at the scene. the police and the prosecutor's office are investigating. pennsylvania state police believe drunk driving caused a
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fatal crash in chester county. one person died and four others hurt in an accident involving five vehicles including a tractor-trailer. this happened around 9:30 on route 30 bypass in in cull him him -- calm township. we have information on the crash of the egypt air flight 804. crews from half a dozen countries continue to search for more evidence including the plane's black boxes. >> reporter: the search for more wreckage stretching through the night. investigators zeroing in on this area, 25 miles from the last known location of egypt air flight 804. airline officials say search teams found seats luggage and human remains floating in the mediterranean sea. no sign of the black boxes or
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fuselage, but critical insight into the cause. the airbus had a data transportation system sent signals of smoke in the lavatory and avionic smoke. the message was sent over 3 minute period before the plane vanished from radar said a possible fire in the jet electronics controlling the aircraft. i'm going to come off the bomb theory and say this was a mechanical failure caused by fire. >> reporter: investigators are looking into the background of all six 6 people on board including the pilot, but found nothing suspicious so far. officials and the charles de gaulle airport are looking through surveillance footage to fieferght if there was -- to figure out if there was a
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security lapse here. a 9th person died after a charter bus crash in south texas. the 83-year-old man died from injuries that happened in the crash. the bus was on its way to a casino. state and federal police are investigating. a uniform secret service officer shot an armed pennsylvania man outside the white house who refused to drop a weapon yesterday. jesse alvary from schuylkill county is in the hospital in critical condition. vice president joe biden was in the white house during the hour lockdown. a suspected car thief is in custody after getting into a standoff with police. chad perdelli has the details. >> reporter: the standoff ended peacefully with the suspect being walked to a police cruiser, but there were tense moments. 6:00 p.m., officers spot the
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stolen suv at 16th and lippen cot. police stopped the car and the driver allegedly jumped out and shoved an officer and ran down 16th. as he did, the backup officer arrived and the male was pulling a firearm from his waistband. >> reporter: one officer fired three times missing the suspect who darted into an alley down the block. the suspect barricaded himself into an apartment and the resident fled. the police evacuated other residents in the building. they secured the property front and rear and called supervisor and barricaded situation was declared. >> reporter: the officer tricked the officers by saying he escaped the apartment building. after two hours, police entered the property. when we entered the property, he surrendered. the weapon was a replica firearm
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of a glock, the same firearm we carry. >> reporter: police have to the released the same of the suspect. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." family and friends will hold a final farewell for a south jersey teenager who was killed in a crash. 15-year-old mikayla mosley died a week ago after the bridgeton high school prom. daisia sulton who was also killed was driving in maurice township when she lost control of the car and crashed into a tree. happening today, a market devastated by fire will celebrate its reopening. columbus farmers market in columbus, burlington county was ravaged by an inferno back in 2014. the ribbon cutting will mark the return of stores and new food court. still to come on "action news" saturday morning. can nigh quest do it again?
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final preparations are in full swing for the preakness stakes. we have a preview coming up. in today's art of aging, styles for seniors, while many say it's important to look your best even when you're retired. >> reporter: unfortunately our weather is not looking its best. we have a saturday soaker coming this way, sunday we could have leftover showers. details when we come right back.
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in colorado a 68-year-old woman is turning her years into black and blue. she started training as a fighter. she scored her first match with an opponent less than half her age. the 68-year-old cancer survivor
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was knocked down in less than two minutes. don't count her out, she made history as the world's mma fighter to ever compete. i say way to go, and congratulations to you. i don't know if you could hang in the ring with her. >> reporter: no at 68 all i'm doing is fishing and relaxing. not today, chris. >> reporter: there are people who don't mind fishing in the rain. looking at the center city skyline, some rain could be heavy at times especially closer to the shore where rainfall totals could exceed an imple. an inch. steadier rain central pennsylvania. harrisburg heavier rain and pottstown, preakness stakes later on, most of the rain by the time the race starts should be long gone at that point maybe leftover drizzle or patchy
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shower. the track will be muddy. here's route 49 from salem to millville. from that point north nothing is going on, a little bit of patchy drizzle is starting to show up near the delaware bay and light showers from western portions of new castle and kent county in delaware. 63 degrees is the high temperature in philadelphia today. which is a good 15 degrees make that 12, i can't do my math this morning 12 degrees below the seasonal average of 75. 56 is where we started this morning that's on par for this time of the year. 54 in allentown. wilmington, 58. millville, 55. trenton, 54. cape may 58 and on the boards in atlantic city, 56 degrees. a lot of rain across the mid atlantic states this morning. the steadiest stuff arrives after lunchtime. overly the next several hours, cloudy, patchy drizzle. late this morning and by the afternoon it starts raining
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steadily and it continues until nightfall. the coastal move into new england and the canadian maritimes. this is the an upper level low pressure system this locks in on the back of the departing coastal storm and that keeps the clouds in place pretty much through tuesday morning. even though sunday and monday looks better than what we're expecting today. there's a chance of showers both days. future tracker 6 later on today, steady rain for soothe jersey and delaware -- south jersey and delaware, moving north into southeastern pennsylvania, as well. some of it, again, could come down moderately to occasionally on the heavier side. overnight tonight we're looking at mainly cloudy conditions and leftover showers and that will be the trend for sunday, even though you're not seeing much on here expect to see showers out there throughout the day. rainfall totals look like, northwestern suburbs look for a half inch to an inch of rain. i-95 metro area, 3/4 of an inch.
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depending on where the heavier bands set up. delaware and south jersey expect an inch to an inch and a half. periods of rain, that's the call from accuweather. just a couple of showers this morning, steadier rain around lunchtime. cooler day 63 degrees. lunchtime is when the temperatures peak. 63 that's when the steadier rains move. then the numbers fall off again. 3:00 p.m., 58. 5:00 p.m., it's chilly with temperatures in the mid 50s. cloudy and damp overnight tonight, leftover showers, 49 and 53. that's the range in temperature. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, periods ever rain today, spotty showers tomorrow. monday, cloudy and thundershowers, high of 70 degrees. tuesday it's better, we'll see more in the way of sun up to 75. look at wednesday, thursday and friday, wow, suddenly looking like may, 80s all three days. not too bad. there's something positive.
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you'll be complaining about that, too. no i won't. thanks for the update. 7:16 today's competitive work environment many adults feel pressured to look younger. in art of aging, tamala edwards finds looking good makes them feel good. you can't do much about the aging process, but you can make the best of what you have. you don't want to look battered or beat up, you want to have vie vie -- i used to have a straight back now we have a george clooney look. a lot of people who haven't seen me in a while say you look nice.
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>> reporter: carol is retired and said maintaining her sense of style is an important part of herself esteem. i don't want to look old or become old. >> reporter: so she vests in hair and makeup services. i tell my seniors it's never too late to start a hair and skin regiment. >> reporter: it's about putting their best foot and face forward. it's a time in life when he can do what they want when they want. why not look good and feel good about doing it. when you're made up and look good you go out and you're social. it's all tied to feeling better, you look the way you feel. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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so glad you stayed with us
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on a saturday morning. your time, 7:19, 57 degrees outside. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over wilmington, delaware. if you have plans, meteorologist chris sowers says prepare for the rain. he'll let you know if it will be a washout this weekend. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. saint francis in trenton, hosting a multicultural health fair people of all ages can come out and get health screenings and meet health professionals. it's happening from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the crean hall school of nursing. strawberry festival is coming to peddlers village. there's a fun-fill area for kids. that will feature live music entertainment happening today
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and tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. admission and parking are free. the power of imagination is taking flight in fairmont park. it's the super hero weekend. kids and adults are invited to dress up as their favorite heros. spiderman and other big names will be making appearances. all festivities are included with general admission. don't go away sports is coming up after this. we're out of ink.
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the process of transferring its energy to a coastal storm. we know how that plays out. when the coastal storm gets going it throws all the moisture inlands and we get snow. well, it's may. you can see the transfer, that's the coastal low that is starting to intensify now, that will continue on its journey to the north and it will throw back moist in the afternoon hours. this is atlantic city. the low pressure is increase the winds for the jersey shore. the rain will increase by midday, the winds will howl out of the east/northeast at 15 to 30 miles per hour. this afternoon does not look too nice anywhere around the delaware or the lehigh valleys. rain 63 degrees temperatures falling during the day in philadelphia. for the jersey shore, soaking rain by midday, windy, highs
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around 57. thanks for the update. 7:24 in sports the nba draft is weeks away and the phillies take a beating against the braves. here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, the phillies oh, so close to first place, the braves about the worst team in baseball, before you think last night's team was a gimme. bark in the park. first of two for freeman, 8 for 17 against the phils this season. phils down 2-1. number 8 hitter up, that's the pitcher nola that won't get it done. he allows one run. nola gives up five runs only two earned, phillies lose 7-1. they have a good lineup. they are not a pushover by any
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means, on any given day they can beat anyone, we can't take them for granted. we have to battle to win. and that's what we have to do the next two games, the rest of the year, actually. >> reporter: we're less than five weeks away from the nba draft. all the focus has been on the number one pick. but they have two more picks. sixers invited prospects to the workout that included isaiah miles. he talked about how he would work with the sixers. i could be a shooter, from a shooting aspect i think they need one. >> reporter: let's kick it, the union home dc united. a scoreless match into the
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91st minute. score! >> reporter: richie marquez with the game winner. they win 1-nill they are in first place in the conference. the soul take on orlando, that's sports, i'm ducis rogers. racing fans gearing up for the preakness stakes. nyquist looking for another win after coming in first in the kentucky derby. rain is expected throughout the day in the baltimore area. that will make for a muddy track. that could be a good thing for several of nyquist's top rivals he is -- especially exaggerater, the runner-up stay with us,
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we'll be back.
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happening now, a suspect is in custody after leading police on a high-speed chase him. police in delaware maybe are one step closer to finding the gunman who shot and killed a 15-year-old boy on his way home from school. meteorologist chris sowers
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is outside, when is the rain going to arrive? >> reporter: it's nice out here right now, it's calm and not much of a breeze. it's mild, temperatures in the 50s. we have clouds in place and the rain is off to the west. i'll show you that in a second. lancaster, 55. wilmington, 58. dover, 59. millville, a pair of 5s. philadelphia, 57 and trenton 54. just the slightest breeze out of the east generally 3 to 6 miles per hour. every now and then you see a number a little bit higher. the shorepoint expect a good breeze this afternoon. we'll call it down right windy. wind out of the east-northeast 20 to 30 miles per hour. everybody else will see a breeze of 5 to are -- to 15. it's raining steadily in washington, d.c. and baltimore and northward over the mason
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dixon line into southern pennsylvania where they are picking up rain in harrisburg and gettysburg, as well. we'll start out with showers, first thing this morning southwest to northeast. that transitions over to a steadier rain this afternoon. we're peaking at 63 degrees by lunchtime and the numbers begin to fall back. #-- 3:00 p.m., 58 and 5:00 p.m., 57. when i come back in just a few minutes, we are going above average in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. as a matter of fact there's a couple of forecast models that have 88 for thursday. that's right i said 88. that will be nice. i'll have the details in a few minutes. 7:31 a suspect in is in custody after a high-speed chase and police say he tried to run over an officer. this started at 12:45 a.m. police responded to the north
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9th street in logan section for reports of a mantua gun. when an officer -- man with a gun. when police approached the car, the man tried to run the officer down before taking off. there was a chase. a police helicopter was called in. the suspected wrecked his car and he tried to get away on foot before the officers caught him. there was a large police presence in west kensington after a small explosion. a man with mental illness history was carrying an explosive device when it exploded and severely injured his handle. the bomb squad investigated it, but police say nobody was in any danger. police in wilmington, delaware continue to search for the person who shot and killed a 15-year-old boy. police say they have the suspect's name now they need to
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find him. dann cuellar has the latest. >> reporter: police know who they are looking for, but they have not found him. bad, man. city is terrible. >> reporter: bradley wingo in shock and dismay speaking about the shooting of his son who was shot in the face walking home from howard high school of technology. he was a member of the basketball squad while social media sites were abuzz what happened and why he said his son never spoke to him about threats on his life. i always asked him, told him about hanging out with the wrong kids, boom boom, everything, most of the kids are basketball players he played with. >> reporter: howard high was the scene of another infamous tragedy last month. amy joyner-francis died after a fight in the, three face charges in the case. wingo attended nativity prep a
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private school for low income boys. the principal spoke glowingly about him. he was a hard worker and good athlete and competitive and quietly selfless person. >> reporter: in particular he said he will never forget his selfless act during a summer program. he noticed a kid didn't have enough clothes and he started giving him his and washing them. he didn't tell anyone about it. if he saw the right thing to do he would do it. >> reporter: some of brendan's former classmates were getting grief counseling, including the son of this woman. it's it was like my son, so tragic. so tragic. he was a wonderful kid. >> reporter: the question this morning is why was he so ruthlessly killed? a ten thousand dollar reward is being offered in the case. in wilmington, delaware, dann
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cuellar channel 6 "action news." 7:34, have you seen this, this was quite the sight and federal investigators are on the case after a blimp crash-landed along the delaware river off i-95 in fishtown. the aircraft touchdown on delaware avenue and got blown into an industrial area at beach an richmond street and ended up wrapped around a utility pole. crash 26th district we have an air emergency coming out of the delaware avenue and beach street a blimp coming out of the of the sky. faa and ntsb are investigating. joe biden will deliver the graduation speech at westpoint. 950 cadets will receive their
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decrease and commissions as second lieutenant in the u.s. army. vice president biden gave the westpoint address back in 2012. happening today, the stotesbury cup regatta wraps up on the schuylkill river. 6,000 students are competing in the high school rowing event. the last race of the day scheduled to happen at 5:30 this evening. the weather will not be as nice as yesterday, if you go out bring an umbrella. 7:36 the time. camden county police k-9 community unit is welcoming two new members and one is making history. annie mccormick has the story. >> reporter: this yellow lab peyton has his only badge. officer graduated from academy two years ago and decided to go to the k-9 academy.
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we bonded quickly. why did it take this long to add a female officer in the mix? up to this point in time we didn't have many female officers we know one put in for the same time now we have a significant amount. when it comes to officers male female we come here and do the same job. >> reporter: county and state officials talked about the important of dogs like peyton who sniff out narcotics in a city bee besiege with drugs. the police department has 8, k-9s and hope to have 12 or 15. peyton has two rolls. hugs and kisses and detecting narcotics. when she is not on assignment for detecting narcotics she'll
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be in the schools and doing outreach. >> reporter: the two will graduate the academy in june and hit the streets together. i'm so used to dealing with the humans going from that transition it's been completely wild. >> reporter: which one is better? probably the dog [laughter]. still ahead on "action news" in "healthcheck" there's a new tool in the fight against emphysema, one study is selling relief for patients. drivers in los angeles have to make room for this today. the massive shuttle fuel tank will be hitting the streets. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, this is a live look over cape may, new jersey. prepare for the rain. "action news" on saturday continues after this. so glad you stayed with u,
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7:41. happening today a massive move for nasa. 66,000-pound space shuttle fuel tank will go through the streets of los angeles, the three story high tank will be move be from marina delray to science exhibition park will move today. it is expected to take 16 to 18 hours to complete this.
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they will remove lines and traffic lights along the road there. they learned a lot transporting the space shuttle "endeavour." it's very exciting. it's cool to see, just not stuck in the traffic it will cause. the utility lines will go back up as the fuel tank passes by. no one in the area should lose any electricity. people in the city of lacrosse, wisconsin has a problem with pigeons, so they have come up with a creative solution albeit a strange one. birth control. they are putting contra -- contraceptism -- food.
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we want clean sidewalks, it creets a cleaner down upon you. you have to stay clean. other cities are using the method. this only effects pigeons and not the other birds in the area. >> reporter: you could do that in philly. did you ever see bird waste on the streets. coming on the sidewalks. the weather is not so clean, right? >> reporter: weather has been anything but clean, although yesterday was beautiful, yesterday was a wonderful day, lots of sunshine and high, thin clouds it was really, really warm with highs in the mid to upper 70s. today a different story, it's quiet out there right now. the delaware river is still there's not a ripple on the water this morning, hardly any air blowing. the winds will pick up this afternoon, the rains will come
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in the first part of the morning into the afternoon. a little bit of drizzle report the around the delaware bay and steady to heavier rain out in harrisburg and washington, d.c. middletown reporting rain. newark, also, route 1 getting wet. the farther north you go not into it just yet. if you have a softball arrest baseball game this morning you'll be okay. the late morning hours is when we'll see the showers move in. but if it is an afternoon game, the greater the chances are to be postponed. monday okay, tuesday, lots of clouds. wednesday, the rain day, thursday and friday, 73 and 76 degrees and increased amount of sunshine. we'll pull out of the dreary pattern by the middle to up coming week when we see temperatures soar into the 80s.
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57, dewpoint 48. pressure reading falling 30.18 inches. wind out of the east at 6 miles per hour. the shorepoints winds will pick up for everybody, 5 to 15 miles per hour inland close to the 30-mile gusts at jersey shore. everybody is in the mid to upper 50s this morning, we'll top out in the 60s later on. once the rains move in, the numbers pull back into the 50s. double scan live, two batches of rain we have the inland low transferring its energy to the coastal storm off the virginia capes. all of a sudden we're seeing the oranges and reds suddenly explode over the last half-hour and 45 minutes. that's the storm deepening or strengthening. that goes up the eastern seaboard and throws off moisture off the ocean. the coastal low is up into new england, but the upper level low pulls in on the backside, that keeps the clouds locked in and
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brings the chance of showers sunday morning and sunday afternoon and could linger through monday. there's future tracker 6 today, by 3:30 p.m. steady rain for south jersey and delaware. we'll see steady rain in southeastern pennsylvania, as well. everybody picking it up through the late afternoon and early evening hours. some of it coming down heavy at times, look at the reds across south jersey and delaware. mainly cloudy with leftover showers, same thing sunday morning, the models showing clouds there will be drizzle and scattered showers and that continues into the afternoon. today is the rain day, tomorrow is more like a cloudy and damp day with scattered showers. the impact scale looks like, early on we're okay, as the afternoon progresses, it goes downhill pretty rapidly, especially by lunchtime we'll have steady rain. once it starts raining everybody pulls into the 50s. 66 in trenton, ali will --
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allentown, 64. cape may, 69. dover, 62. periods of rain and overnight low temperatures in time 50s. tomorrow, more clouds, spotty showers, 68 degrees. more clouds monday, thundershowers, 70. thundershower threat for tuesday, 75. it gets better wednesday, thursday, friday, mostly sunny skies all three days or combination of sun and clouds, 82, 85, 83. thursday, touch of humidity. thursday could be uncomfortable. i'm not going to say anything about it on thursday. 7:47 coming up tonight, 6abc is taking you inside the philadelphia zoo with a look at what's new to do including a selfie spot where you can give back to kids in need. rick williams has the details. >> reporter: visitors can share their unusual add haven't at yours on -- adventures on social
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media with the 3d hot spot. joe hill is behind it. the mural creates the illusion that guests are teetering on the edge of the zoo with animals below. when you stand in the right spot we capture all the elements of the zoo we have the trailways and slide where people can slide into the picture. i've been doing this kind of artwork for 13, 14 years. >> reporter: every photo taken with the mural and uploaded with the #send a kid goes toward a worthy cause. when means under served children can come to the zoo if a certain number of pictures are shared. you can join rick williams an cesily tynan for the philadelphia zoo changes you
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right here on of abc. > so glad you stayed with us,
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in "healthcheck" relief from chronic back pain can be hard to find. the growing number of studies saying mediation can do more than medication. lower back pain eases when patients perform mediation, because it moves your mind to something more quiet and calm. when your focus is on the pain, obviously that increases the pain. people that mediate muscle tensions drop, heart rate drops. research suggests one option being in
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philadelphia is helping people breathe easier. >> reporter: for years, robert struggled to breathe. he has emphysema, it robs lungs of their elasticity they can't push air out. mopping a floor, taking a shower was very, very difficult. >> reporter: when robert exhausted the standard treatments he got into a study at temple health testing the use of springy metal companies, designed to hold diseased lung tissue back allowing healthy tissue to expand and take in oxygen. it's a minimally invasive process. the physician places the tube using a bronchoscope. >> reporter: ct scans helped doctors determine the placement.
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robert got coils in one lung in november, the second in january. the results were immediate, i felt better soon as the an anesthesia lifted. >> reporter: in the standard 6 manipulate walking test, patients walked an average of 50 feet more than a year after getting the coils. a month after his procedure, robert walk 173 feet farther in the 6 minutes that's more than half the distance of a football field. he hopes to use the new-found stamina at the shore this summer. >> reporter: get in body surfing, i used to do that all the time. >> reporter: ali gorman channel 6 "action news." coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the accuweather forecast him we'll see you back here after the break.
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so glad you stayed with us the final check of the forecast. >> reporter: look at all the yellows showing up to the west. the far western suburbs seeing light rain. the heaviest is back toward harrisburg, gettysburg and york and down south through baltimore and washington, d.c. that slides east. the weekend outlook looks like, rain at times, 63. spotty showers, tomorrow, 68. thank you, your time now 56:00 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with a preview. >> reporter: hi, gray, coming up on "g.m.a.," important information on the crash egypt air flight 804. no reports indicate there could smoke on board including inside the cockpit. what does it say about the possibility of terrorism.
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donald trump taking on hillary clinton on the issue of guns. his new nickname for her this morning. finally the three kinds of foods we need to cut from our diets. fitness experts here with quick menu hacks to boost your health. it's coming up very soon. of course, "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. we hope you make it a great day.
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good morning, america. breaking news. the first confirmed pictures of plane crash debris. the wreckage from egyptair flight 804. what looks like a child's sleeping bag. also, a life jacket. and plane parts with the airline's logo. this, as we learn more about the flight's final moments. the warnings of smoke just before the crash. what does it say about whether this was an act of terrorism? we have every angle covered, right here this morning. trump takes aim. his new endorsement from the nra. more ammo for his attacks against hillary clinton. >> crooked hillary clinton is the most anti-gun, anti-second amendment candidate ever to run for office. >> his promise to abolish gun-free zones. how will it play with the voters? caught on camera. balloon rescue. passengers in trouble, rni

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