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"action news" at 12:30 continues. >> here are the stories we are following for you on "action news" at 12:30. put on the sunglasses and get outdoors today. accuweather is calling for great weather and if you like the summer heat it's coming. this man is charged with a hit and run that took another man's life in philadelphia, details on his arrest next. incredible images are captured from an active volcano on the big island of hawaii. >> now the details a picture perfect day in the delaware and lehigh valleys. we are expecting it to feel like a hot, summer day, perfect to get out on a golf course and the action cam found these fourth
graders from lehigh charter school learning how to play the game in roxborough this morning. now lets check in with david murphy outside on the terrace, a great wednesday. >> very warm and feeling like summer for the second time in a while. it's also warm, as we look at satellite there is not a lot of cloud cover and high, thin stuff streaking in occasionally, overall the thicker cloud cover west of us and staying there today. we are looking at mostly sunny skies and an air quality alert and ozone action day, that means senior citizens and children and people that suffer from asthma and certain heart and lung ailments, limit your outdoor activity from now until dinner time. say 6:00. that is when the ozone level is at its worst. temperatures now are warm, not only here but up and down the mid-atlantic, 82 in philadelphia and more of the same in
washington and richmond and central park in new york city. out in pittsburgh 77 but along the coast we are cooking. we'll stay warm the rest of the afternoon and even into the evening. 86 by 2:00 and the high is 88 at 4:00, still sitting near the mid-80s at 6:00 and even as late as 8:00 tonight, we may still be in the low 80s and bouncing to the low 70s by 6:00 and getting down into the 60s for overnight lows. warm conditions out here right now, rick and sara if you plan to get out we are back in the season where sunscreen is important and cool drinks as well. but you can enjoy today. >> see you back inside. as you enjoy the nice temperatures, check 6abc.com/weather, be sure to inter acts with our team of meteorologists on twitter and facebook. in other news, a philadelphia man is arrested and charged with a hit and run that
took a 50-year-old man's life. 35-year-old john cook is charged with homicide by vehicle among other charges, he was traveling at a high rate of speed on bustleton avenue yesterday morning. he drove on to the sidewalk and took down a bus stop canopy killing jose molina, he ran from the scene and later turned himself in to police. and a shootout at a german town supermarket. before the gunshots rang out there was an altercation with two groups of men. >> reporter: the crime scene spanned two parking lots across cheltenham avenue, police call it an early morning shootout that left one man dead. >> crime scene markers dot the scene here. you see the victim's hat and cell phone next to where he collapsed after suffering a gunshot wound to the check and had several graze wounds to the
head. they heard the gun fire and responded just after 2:00 a.m. >> several witnesses on the scene said the shooting victim was involved in an altercation with one possibly two males in the parking lot and that is when gunshots erupted. >> investigators found a cluster of shell casings behind the car near where the victim was discovered and across the street more shell casings, they believe that more than one weapon was used and multiple people were involved. the victim was found with a gun. after the police arrived they took two people away in handcuffs. we found two individuals still on scene and they were identified by witnesses as being part of the altercation. one of them possibly being the shooter. so those two individuals were transported in separate vehicles to homicide and they are being questioned by homicide detectives. >> reporter: hours after the crime scene was cleared police
remained on the scene keeping an eye on the vehicle behind me believing it was involved in the crime. several bullet casings littered the ground after a 21-year-old man was shot in the city's frankford section overnight. police were called to fillmore street at 1:30 this morning and they discovered the victim with a gunshot wound in the back and he was rushed to the hospital in stable condition. so far no suspects in the shooting. after seeing the scene it's amazing that a driver was not hurt after they went off the road and down an embankment in montgomery county. the vehicle lands in the grass right there. it happened on 422 near egypt road in oaks. the driver lost control and crashed through the guardrail and no word on what caused the crash. morning commuters in delaware had to make their way around the box truck that flipped over on i-95, this was
near 273 in christiana. no word on what caused the truck to overturn. the man involved in the transportation administration is testifying on capitol hill today. he is answering questions about long lines at airports. perhaps the biggest change is the firing of the agency's top security official. we are live now in new york with the full details. >> reporter: well, right off the bat the tsa got an earful with lawmakers stressing that the situation is so bad travelers deserve answers and the chief answered that more help is on the way. >> back before congress and back in the hot seat. >> this crisis didn't just come out of nowhere, airports and airlines are sounding the alarm for months. >> the ceo says the security lines are unacceptable and that
the agency is taking action. that includes removing the director, kelly hogan and using a command center and deploying more k-9 units if a surge of travellers expected. >> we are projecting staffing and weight times that is allowing us to make changes in real time. >> it seems to be making a difference in wait times in chicago. >> ride early and it's not that bad at all. >> more screeners were added after passengers that messed flights slept on cots. and in atlanta new technology was unveild this week. >> you can have five people doing it at the same time. >> large bins with tracking is providing safety and keeping the lines moving. these changes encouraging but for the millions flying this summer, security experts say don't expect a miracle. >> i don't believe and i think
tsa has actually said this, that it will change the lines this summer. >> the tsa is slated to get some $34 million to hire more officers and to pay for overtime but people are call on congress and the white house to do more with more people expected to fly than ever before. we are live in new york, i'm elizabeth herr, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. back here officers in chester county were honored for going above and beyond the call of duty. this was the 2016 ceremony for police officers in the police department. they were awarded to several officers in the department. philadelphia is going after businesses that owe the city back taxes, mayor kenney introduced a feesibility study used to keep track of tax debt.
to go after companies that are behind in paying business income and receipt taxes. and this could be selling the old debt to a third party. >> aaa is predicting close to $450,000 philadelphia residents will travel this memorial day weekend. the second most travelers on record and up 2% from last year. aaa predicts that 90% of them will drive to their destinations. experts say gas prices 17% lower on average this year nationwide are driving the spike in travel. much more ahead on "action news" at 12:30, he survived a school shooting years ago and is back protecting students at the very same school. why he made the decision to become a police officer. and a large row of parked cars getted swallowed up in a sinkhole.
new leader after the former head was killed by a u.s. drone. he is a scholar phone for his extremist views. he was the deputy of the former leader who was killed saturday by a u.s. drone. a california man that survived a school shooting 20 years ago is working to keep students safe. he was in the school in stockton when a gunman took the lives of five people and then his own. he was just 6 years old at the time and was shot in the foot and injured by shrapnel. now young is a sergeant with the school department. he says the shooting made him the person he is today. >> it makes you appreciate life and realize that life is fragile. it can be taken from you at any moment.
>> young patrols the same playground where that shooting took place. the volcano on kauai as been active, but does not pose a threat to nearby communities. a road collapsed along the river in florence italy and sent 20 parks cars into a ditch. two nearby buildings were evacuated as a precaution. tonight on "action news" at 6:00 we look back at the career of lisa thomas-laury. >> she is retiring after 36 years with 6 abc. and one is a unique exhibit on the flower show. look back down memory lane. >> is that a monarch on your head? >> i don't know. >> the butterfly experience, an
interactive experience for rare and exotic butterflies. >> i love them. >> what do they feel like? >> they are ticklish. >> make sure you have the butterfly experience it is like none other. lisa thomas-laury, channel 6 "action news." >> one of many reports, you can see lisa onset one final time. that is tonight on "action news" at 6:00. still ahead here on "action news" another check of your accuweather forecast. looking live at sky 6 hd showing you the beach in cape may. there is my shore house there. >> kind of small. >> i like it that way. david murphy has another update from accuweather. i drive a golf ball.
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bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone. but the biggest concern is when it happens to children. erin o'hearn gets strategies and helping and preventing bullying. >> bullying used to be dismissed as a right of passage that would toughen kids for the hard knocks of life and now we know it has negative and even deadly effects. they call it a serious health problem hurting both victims and bullies into adulthood. >> i was sad because he was calling me stupid. >> i was alone. like depressioned after that. >> you want to bully back but you know it's not the right thing. >> steven left says that bullying is using coercion or
threats for power over others, there are traditional bullying hot spots like playgrounds, lunch rooms and hallways but even more likely to happen through the internet or video games. >> the games have chat features could be a great way to play but be used as an opportunity to bully others. >> parents used to be advised to control their kids' passwords and put the computers in the openal home. >> the research shows that it doesn't make much of a difference. >> kids know technology better than we do. >> what works is good communication with parents and children, being a good role model and teaching respect and restraint. setting aside 5 or 10 mines to talk about their days, the up's and down's and talk about their friends in school. that open communication could be
vital. >> especially with cyber bullying children don't often come to parents or teachers. >> if they see an incident, they shouldn't watch but walk away and report it to a teacher. i'm erin o'hearn, channel 6 "action news." david is back with the accuweather forecast. we wanted the heat and boy we are going to get it. >> we'll get heat and humidity. stormtracker 6 live double scan shows you right now we are dry and fairly comfortable as long as you like the 80s because the humidity is on the lower side today. as we take a look outside the action cam and nice roses out there in fairmount park and they love the sun and warm weather, this is just the about the time of year that the roses begin to pop out. if you have them in your garden you'll get the full first blush. sunny and warm and that is the first highlight we have for you, and then we talk about thursday getting more humid and by friday we would consider hot and on the
humid side. temperature is 82 degrees, a little cool drink before you head out and keep one with you. winds out of the west at 8 miles per hour today. as we take a look at satellite, we see high, thin cloud cover popping in and that is as bad as it is going to get. you'll get plenty of sunshine today and noveling cloud features to hinder that. 87 in allentown and reading to millville, we are in the same sort of temperature pattern. you have to go down the shore to get the cooler pattern. but even there upper 70s in most spots. we have a code orange ozone action day declared and those insensitive action groups and young kids unsuffering from respiratory ailmentailments.
don't overdue it you could have problem with breathing. your accuweather forecast, 4:00 is your high 88 degrees and 86 by 6:00. and slowly inching our way down into the low 70s and your overnight low will continue to drop from there and wind up at 60 tomorrow morning. for tomorrow, it will still be warm, similar temperatures tomorrow as to today. and we start out sunny and clouds filter in. and there is more of a southerly flow ahead of a frontal boundary to the west. that gets us more humid and later in the afternoon at 6:00 and early evening hours in the northern and western suburbs like lancaster and reading and perhaps the lehigh valley, you have a chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. it doesn't look to get much farther east. your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast today's high say toasty 88 degrees and sunny and warm and not all that humid.
tomorrow very warm and a high of 89 and sun and clouds and a late thunderstorm north and west with a higher humidity and hot and on the muggy side and high of 90 and again a shower or thunderstorm popping up late in the day or evening, not everywhere but some see that. sticky on saturday with a high of 88 and sun mixing with clouds and pop-up showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening, not a washout but if you are at a barbecue you take cover and wait a half hour before the thunder stops before you head back out. 85 again and a pop your shower possible on sunday. and monday is a tricky day, a frontal boundary coming from the south and an easterly flow that cools us off. we'll wind up with a high of 78. and could be higher or lower depending on the movement of the front. if the front gets past us we'll see clouds and not much rain but the possibility of showers lingering if the front doesn't
get far enough through. keep it here for possible changes for that. but none of the three days look like washouts though. on the people scene, brad pitt came to the rescue of a fan at a photo shoot at spain's canary islands. the fans were trying to get as close as possible to his set. he saw a girl getting pushed over the fence, he rushed to help her and the actor comforted her by rubbing her neck and back before the medic as rived. the winner nyle demarco is hoping his victory makes a big difference. nyle is the first deaf dancer to win the trophy. his professional partner, pita murgatroyd is now a two time champion. when you put your mind to it, you can do anything. >> she is proof of open minded
we have breaking news from glen mills, delaware county, now. pennsylvania state police are working on this accident now, we believe the car on the flat bed truck drove off the road. it was a female driver, she drove through the retaining wall and landing in the parking lot, landing on two parked cars below. the woman was transported with unknown injuries and no known injuries on the ground.
this is glen mills, delaware county. now david murphy with one more check of the fabulous accuweather forecast. >> warm in the western sub,s with highs in the upper 80s and 87 in pottstown. on the i-95 corridor not much difference a lot of upper have zbroo. and only 6 to 12 miles per hour. for a change we are not talking 60s or low 70s down the shore, you'll get up into the upper 70s from cape may to atlantic city. nice from the shore to the lehigh valley. >> sure sounds nice. don't forget to join us today for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >> for the entire "action news" team i'm sara bloomquist get out there and have a great afternoon. >> see you later. if you have medicare
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