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police are searching for a teenager after a brutal beat down caught on camera on a philadelphia street. the heat is on, but guess what, the rain is moving in. let's get you to the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. hot today, but the rain is on the way. the timing is changing, sunday might not be as nice as what we were originally thinking yesterday or the day before. today will be lovely, lots of sunshine expected. it will be hot and humid, temperatures in the low 90s feeling like 93, 94 when all is said and done. we get in here tomorrow especially monday, tropical storm bonnie will march in here. we're clear as a whistle right now. temperatures in the mid 70s. humidity levels are starting to creep up a little bit, but it's manageable and tolerable. tomorrow afternoon and monday it becomes down right sticky.
we're mainly clear and high pressure is planted over the mid atlantic states. lovely afternoon by 11:00 a.m., 82. 1:00 p.m., 87. # p.m., -- 3:00 p.m., 90. 5:00 p.m., 90. somewhere in between it will hit 92. poconos, mid 80s. jersey shore, mid to upper 70s. a nice sea breeze kicking in down there. the problem is, these are the outer edges of what's to be tropical storm bonnie. this will slam into the charleston, south carolina. some of the rain will move north into our neck of the woods on monday. i'll time it out on future tracker of and have the seven-day forecast. thank you so much. time 9:01. for many people memorial day
weekend means soaking up the sun don't jersey shore. the beaches and boardwalks are the hot spots to kick off the holiday weekend. jeff chirico has more. >> reporter: crowds return to the boardwalk in ocean city enjoying the staples of rides, fudge and good times. for the shields girls and their friends from fort washington it's a welcome break from a grueling school year. i love school, but this is amazing. it's fun to be down with our family and friends and have fun. a beach ball dropped kicked off the holiday weekend in atlantic city. water was cold and the beach breezy, but the sun lured the turner family from southwest philadelphia. it was nice out i got the kids early from school and brung them to the beach. many thing it's cold, because it's 70 degrees, we're from buffalo, we're enjoying life because it's 70 degrees and
sunny. >> reporter: in sea isle city, the sidewalks were crammed with summer vacationers anxious to get the summer started. outdoor tables were busy at the princeton inn in avalon. we're psyched, the shore is back. >> reporter: summer is back and pennsylvania native brook and her husband from toronto wouldn't miss it. this is where i associate friends, family, happiness, a good time in general. this is write associate the summer to be. >> reporter: it may be chilly out here, but what's a night on the boardwalk without ice cream on the boardwalk. jimmies or sprinkles? jimmies. >> reporter: of course you win. reporting from the ocean city boardwalk, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." 9:03 is the time. events will be happening in and around the area this weekend. later tonight, the philly
potassium presenter a memorial day concert in honor of all who served our country. the concert begins at 7:00 p.m. at the mann center for the performing arts. if you love horses head to chester county this weekend. devon horse show and country fair is celebrating it's 120th year. it's the largest and oldest multibred outdoor horse show in the country. it featuresest rian and carnival games. fossil the "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for updates. we're tracking other news of the morning, a fiery crash in montgomery injured two people including an infant police say a car hit the back of an suv on city avenue in lower merion.
the impact caused the suv to camp fire. we know one person an 6-month-old baby were rushed to the hospital. so far there's no word on their conditions. new from overnight, a state police chopper airlifted two men who were injured in a crash on the atlantic city expressway. we know the car ran off the road hit some trees and overturned in winslow township. the men were taken to cooper university medical center to be treated for serious injuries. a business that sells high end cars went up in flames in bucks county. the action cam was on the scene at 2:00 a.m. the fire started at import 1 motor sports on easton road in bedminster township. there's no word on what caused the fire or on how much damage was done. philadelphia police are still searching for leads after a 61-year-old man was brutally beaten while walking his dog. the crime was captured on
surveillance video and police are hoping someone recognizes the suspect really soon. "action news" report john rawlins with the report. >> reporter: about 1:00 a.m. saturday in the 1100 block of north 66th. surveillance cameras pick up these kids who are trying to get into nearby parked cars. at that time a 61-year-old man is out walking his dogs. one of the kids approaches and asks the question. lieutenant john walker picks up the narrative. walks up to the gentleman and asks for his time and the male looks at his phone and he cold cocks him in the jaw and knocks him to the ground. >> reporter: the video shows the assailant jumped on top of the man and took the cell phone. the poor dog is trying to help the other than, but the dog is small and trying to by the his ankles. >> reporter: the suspect is in shorts has a light colored hoodie and backpack.
police think he lives nearby. call the tip line 215-686-tips. bad behavior of young kids is unacceptable. this is the person who police believe assaulted the dog walker with a larger group of kids roaming the area saturday. 66 and malvern is the intersection behind me. police hope neighbors in the area take a close look at the video. the hope is someone identifies the assailant and he can be picked up before he hurts anyone else. grand rapids governor rendell channel 6 "action -- john rawlins channel 6 "action news." donald trump rally, police in riot gear they hauled away trump supporters and detrack --
detractors. unlike trump, democrat hillary clinton has not sealed her party's nomination. bernie sanders is still in the fight he is fighting california and new jersey hold the next primary they happen on june 7. clinton will be in east brunswick, new jersey, tuesday for a fundraiser. sander and clinton are in a statistical dead heat in california. 9:08 is the time. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. bug season it is upon us, how well does your repellant work? consumer reports looks at a dozen top brands to help you stay safe this summer. frantic search continues in california for a missing teenager who was abducted days ago. the latest on that investigation coming you -- up. >> reporter: the hottest day of the year is on the way, plus tropical downpours in the forecast as well.
weekend play. it's a toasty. >> reporter: now is the time to do because later this afternoon with the heat and humidity pouring in, it's not going to be comfortable. looking live at the commodor barry bridge we have clear conditions, a little hazy though, notice the haze that's indicative of the all the humidity that's starting to pull in here. i'll show you the dewpoints in a second. double scan live is clear, there could be a hit or miss pop-up shower or thunderstorm way up here from allentown to points north. everybody else dry and baking. high temperatures in time low 90s. it will feel like the mid 90s with the humidity. 75 degrees, dewpoint, 61. we started out in the mid to upper 50s this morning. we're starting to climb rapidly. pressure is rising. winds out of the west/southwest at 10 miles per hour. mid 70s 0 for everybody. reading, 77. philadelphia, 75. cape may, 70. atlantic city, 76. dewpoints the way we scale this
once we reach 60 you start to notice the change. it becomes sticky out there. 66 in allentown and reading. lancaster, 67. dover, 66. everybody else in the low to mid 60s. again we're starting to notice the change. eventually all this tropical moisture will come pouring into the region, as well. the humidity starts to bump up as we start to get into sunday night and monday. these are the outer edges of what she would be tropical storm bonnie. we're expecting gale force winds to hug the carolina cost and we'll see heavy tropical rains as well. the center of the storm willing hang out to the south. we're not expecting a wind event, just the rains listed to the north in the delaware and lehigh valleys thanks to an approaching cold front. that frontal system will siphon the moisture northward. had we not had the front from the west we wouldn't be talking about rainfall sunday night and
monday. it's the cold front that's the blame here. future tracker 6 today is okay, pop-up shower or thunderstorm for the poconos otherwise mostly sunny, high puffy cumulus clouds later on. sunday morning, sunshine, clouds increase, the beach time will be limited if you're trying to work on your tan. by afternoon expect to see the showers and downpours develop they will pick up in intensity quickly sunday evening and sunday night and monday morning where we could start talking about downpours of one to two inches. generally speaking here's what to expect sunday into monday, bonnie moves in here, tropical downpours, one to two inches of rain expected heavier amounts 3 to 4 possible. could cause flooding issues in poor-draining areas or low-lying area. today, ton of sunshine, 92. it's the third day in a row where we hit 90 or higher. it's the first heat wave of the season. poconos, warm and muggy, 86 him
pop-up thunderstorm. sunday, cloudy with showers 83. monday, tropic aldownpours likely -- tropical downpours likely. 77. shore, today, 78 degrees, mostly sunny, sunday, 73:00 p.m. showers, monday, 72 heavy tropical downpours. philadelphia, 92 degrees, sunday, 82 degrees, showers in the afternoon, monday, 77 degrees and tuesday, the sun returns and everything feels great. get outside today because of the rain. >> reporter: today is the day to do it. you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at storm tracker 6 live radar at any time at 6abc.com/weather.
authorities in california will continue to search this morning for 15-year-old girl who was kidnapped at gunpoint. pearl pinson was last seen dragged over a freeway overpass in vallejo on wednesday bleeding and screaming. she was abducted by a 19-year-old acquaintance who was killed in a shootout by police. new information coming in on the plane crash on the hudson river during an air show. the pilot was 56-year-old william gordon of key west, florida. the p-47 thunderbolt experienced engine trouble before the crash. the wreckage will be lifted from the water possibly later today.
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these are bendable smart phones with a flexible touch screen so it can be warn as a watch or bracelet. the company plans to put 100,000 of the phone on the chinese market by the end of the year. price tag $760. forget taking the subway, engineers in china have come up with this, engineers say it can carry 1200 people at a time and it cost lest than a subway. the first elevated bus will be tested in northern china later this week. bug spray a must-have during the summer season. with concerns over the zika virus, bottle are will be flying off the shervetion, --es. consumer reports warns not
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are pregnant or breast feeding. in response to consumer reports concerns about natural repellants, a trade group, the natural products association said some plant oils work and some people want alternative to deet. vie tech which make the mosquito band that shields you from getting bitten. the ftc alleged it did not have scientific evidence to back up the claims. more advice is at 6abc.com. nydia han channel 6 "action news." time labron james is back in the finals. phillies are looking to advance today against the cubs. highlights next in sports.
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waking up with us, saturday morning, 9:24 is time. sky6 live hd giving you a lovely glimpse over center city. enjoy today because meteorologist chris sowers says rain is on the the way. friendly confines of wrigley field were not so friendly to the phillies they got crushed by the cubs. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: when it rains it pours we're not talking about the rain delays we're talking all the runs adam morgan has allowed. how about 15 in the last 13 and two-thirds. adam morgan losing again for the third straight start.
he gives up 4 in the 4th inning alone. phils down 1 in chicago. so much for the friendly confines in the wrigley. david ross, 3 run homer. manager pete mccann none -- mccannen said he had zero command. they are back in action against the cubs at 2:20 p.m. sixers have big decision to make on top of the big one at the top of the draft. what will they do with all their big men? the sixers have admitted they would explore traightd picks and players -- trading picks and players. sixers are looking at the trades of okafo r-6789 -- okafore and
nerlens noel. they struggling to plateauing yesterday. labron is going back to the nba finals for the 6th straight year only one other player has done that since the 1960s. college lacrosse men's final four is back at the linc. maryland against brown and north carolina against loyola, the semifinal action starts at noon. there are local players all over the field. there are 20 players among the teams with ties in the delaware valley, including maryland's leading scorer matt rambo from glenside. i've been dreej about going to the -- dreaming about going to the final four since i was a little kid and playing in philly. it's crazy. i don't think it is added pressure. if anything i'm getting more support, as i said it's still the same, it's exiting to be in
philadelphia, but it's another lacrosse game. the other lacrosse games in town like the women's final four. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. there's much more to come on "action news" including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm matt o'donnell, this is bain our shelter winner of the week. you'll meet bain and some of his buds on "action news." of course a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m. continues. drub happening right now on
"action news," saturday at 9:00 a.m. philadelphia police are working to track down the man who robbed a grocery store at gunpoint. should the summer games be postponed or canceled due to the zika virus. this morning the world health organization weighs in on that debate. wicked weather down south. one person is dead and another missing after major flooding in texas. first, outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. going to hit 90 today, right, chris? >> reporter: it's the third day in a row where we hit 90 degrees or higher. by definition for the national weather service that would be the criteria of a heat waiving. we're forecasting a high of 92. pottstown, 74. saints davids 76.
chester, 74. center city, 75. mid to upper 70s showing up for south jersey and delaware, but you're already seeing the difference down the jersey shore. 77 in glassboro. 69 in sea isle city. 68 in cape may. smyrna and dover, both also showing 77 degrees. real quickly i want to throw this out there before i forget. today is the day to pay attention to the uv index. the angle of the sun is very high in the sky. on a scale of one to ten, the number is 9. that means burn time is less than 20 minutes between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. you need to apply the sunscreen often. essentially down the shore, i don't you're not only taking on the rays of the sun, but you're traching the reflection off the sand and the water. 90 degrees in the city. we'll top out at 92.
jersey shore that's the place to be. sea breeze kicking in. 78 degrees around lunchtime. the pulls back into the mid 70s, 74, 75-degree range. it will feel outstanding on the water. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about the deteriorating conditions in that seven-day forecast. we're watching tropical rains that will pull in tomorrow afternoon and evening and last through the memorial day itself. details coming up in the exclusive accuweather forecast in about ten minutes. gray? hate to hear it, but we have to deal with it. 9:31 if you want to soak in the sun at the jersey shore this holiday weekend you have time before the rain arrives. the picture sums up the patriotism and weather. it's about fun on the beaches and the boardwalks, jeff chirico found kids eager to finish
school. >> reporter: what does coming down to the beach mean to you? probably getting away from school. >> reporter: that's a good thing. how much due look forward to coming -- do you look forward to coming down here? tons, i love it. it's my favorite place. >> reporter: businesses at the jersey shore hope the rain holds off so they can make more money. if you don't want to make the drive to the delaware shore dart bus 305 has launched it's bus service picking up riders at the amtrak station in wilmington and christiana mall and scar bow row park and ride in dover. it will take them to rehoboth beach park and ride. $7.80. this morning warrington bucks county will be paying tribute to the veterans. the names of veterans will be added to the memorial wall.
that ceremony begins at 11:00 a.m. on bradley road. 6abc.com has everything you need for the holiday weekend. check out the inter active traffic map before you hit the roads. rely on storm tracker 6 live for any changes with the weather. of course we would like you to follow the "action news" weather team on facebook and twitter for any updates. now to the latest on the deadly flooding in texas. record rainfalls have been slamming roads and homes leading to dangerous rescues. >> reporter: this morning parts of texas underwater. in the storm's wake road signs barely visible. streets buckling under the weight of the deluge leaving a trail of destruction massive flooding turning deadly in the state leaving one dead and one missing. rescue crews and good samaritans out in force conducting hundreds of rescues like this one outside
houston. this group banged together holding a -- banding together holding a ladder to save a woman stuck in her van. i want to say thank you so much, they did save my life. i could have drown. >> reporter: the waters rising up around a high school many students trapped inside for hours. i left the house at 2:30 p.m. trying to get to him. i've been every route i could. >> reporter: residents ignoring warnings to stay off the roads are keeping police busy. officers rescuing one woman who drove past the barricade. it is amazing they don't tap the brakes, they are just oblivious to it. >> reporter: the historic rainfall has turned roads into rivers, swallowing up cars and homes alike. inside the family home the walls mark how high the waters reached. we just got it fixed in the last month.
we'll start from ground zero again. >> reporter: and that was abc philip mena with that report. philadelphia police are looking for a person shot and killed the 26-year-old man. the victim was hit by several bullets and staggered two blocks before collapsing. the shots were fired in the 2000 block of south 66th street in southwest philadelphia. doctors at penn presbyterian hospital were not able to save the victim. this morning philadelphia police are searching for the man who held up a supermarket at gunpoint. the suspect walked into the acme on the 7700 block of crintot street in chestnut hill. he pointed the gun at the cashier and demanded money and ran away with the crash. police are reviewing security video. a motorcyclist is in critical condition after a crash on the boulevard.
he lost control in the feltonville sexuality 12:30 a.m. is no -- feltonville section 12:30 a.m. no word on what caused the crash. police arrest a dozen people outside the donald trump rally in san diego, california. that comes when the presumptive gop nominee said he will not debate bernie sanders. donald trump told crowds in california the same thing he told kimmel he was ready to battle bernie sanders. though i said he wanted to raise $10 million for charity as a condition of the debate. the networks want to keep the money themselves. >> reporter: his campaign said debating the second place finisher would not be appropriate. i hope he chains -- changes
his mind again, mr. trump is known to change his mind many times in the day. trump is a bully, he is a big tough guy. well, mr. trump what are you afraid of. at trump at -- rally in san diego police broke up protesters refusing to leave the area. she could lose the california primary the last primary of the season, as she heads into the contention she is likely -- conconvention she is likely the nominee but she goes in weakened. hillary clinton is talking trump. we don't want a bully in the white house. >> reporter: this weekend libertarian party will be choosing a nominee in orlando as antitrump opponents push for a
third party option. the world health organization is delving into the debate whether to postpone the summer olympics. the world health said there's no such plan after 150 experts issued an open letter calling for the games to be delayed or moved out of rio. we have more coming up on "action news" saturday morning at 9 including johnny depp's divorce drama. we'll take you to a new class where pedaling feels like a party. we'll get another check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back.
so glad you stayed with us on this saturday morning, it is 9:41, 75 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you this hazy glimpse over the platt bridge. if you love the sun, good, you'll love today, but i think there's rain on the way. >> reporter: if i'm looking at that sky6 live hd you can tell it's humid out there, you can see all the haze. i noticed the change about 15 minutes ago versus 7:00 a.m. you can feel the humidity increasing with each and every
passing hour. live on sky6 live hd we're down in cape may. a few folks getting their spot early on the sand. those beaches will be packed today. beautiful down there, mostly sunny conditions, a nice sea breeze kicking in later on. temperatures today while we're baking inland they are topping out in the mid to upper 70s. 92 for everybody else. this is the thirds straight day of 90-degree-plus weather for us. our first heat wave of the season. philadelphia, 75. millville, 75. cape may, 69. atlantic city at the airport, 76. the beach temperatures is barely at 70 degrees. general breezes out of the east/southeast at 5 miles per hour. you'll notice the sea breeze for the shorepoints. the only thing we're watching over the next 48 hours or so, will be the remnants of bonnie. it's getting better organized, you can see that on the water
vapor image. some of the outer bands are working closer to south carolina shore. there's myrtle beach and wilmington, north carolina all this will pull inland over the next 6 to 1 hours. all that moisture will get pulled northward as it wraps around an area of high pressure off the coast of the mid atlantic. a cold front will get squeezed or siphoned in between the two pressure systems. that means rain sunday afternoon sunday night and monday. poconos late late-day thunderst. everybody else hot and humid. tomorrow morning, sunshine and clouds increase, they lower and thicken throughout the day, here comes the tropical downpours programs as early as 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., we see downpours in south jersey and delaware. sunday night into monday, expect to see showers and downpours some of them will produce heavy
rainfall rates. some them could exceed an inch an hour. it depends on how quickly they move out of here as to how much rain you'll see in your backyard. what to expect in the delaware and lehigh valleys. sunny and hot. poconos late-day thunderstorm. tomorrow, rain expected after 1:00 p.m. sunday night it's pouring and memorial day morning downpours giving way to afternoon showers and of course once we get into tuesday, everything gets on its giddy up and it clears out of here and we see the sunshine return. future tracker 6 predicted rainfall totals, generally speaking one to two inches of rain. isolated months of 3 to 4. this area here, 4 inches-plus north of dover. it wouldn't surprise me if we see a lot of those pop up around the delaware and lehigh valleys. a lotthat rain could create flog problems in parts of the area, be on the look out for that come monday morning.
for today, hazy, hot and humid, lots of sunshine, philadelphia, 92. allentown, 92. reading, 92. look at cape may, 77. for atlantic city, 78 degrees. poconos 86 degrees, pop-up thunderstorm late tomorrow. showers late 83. downpours expected monday, 77. jersey shore, mostly sunny, 78. sunday afternoon showers, sunday night into monday, same thing with the downpours, 73, 72. could be a thunderstorm or two thrown in there on memorial day itself. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, once we get past today, a little hit or miss downpour activity tomorrow, 82 and it's cooler monday, but very, very sticky. it's tropical like, 77 degrees, morning downpours and afternoon showers, tuesday you'll notice the change in the humidity, a cold front sweeps through and kicks all that humidity out to sea, so that 85 actually feels very refreshing. the rain is coming, but at least it's not like what we had a couple of weeks ago where it
stuck around forever. >> reporter: this time around it will be sticky and warm and rain. we'll deal with it. it is 9:46 this week our "shelter me rescue of the week" success story takes us to south jersey a law enforcement agent was so moved by an animal cruelty case she took it upon herself to save the neglected dog. matt o'donnell has that story. june 1, 2009. that's the day charlene found reese. reese was tide to a truck and dragged down a vineland township street. someone did this to her. charlene is an annual control officer for the cumberland county spca. >> reporter: i was investigating her case and rehabilitating her. >> reporter: over five surgeries and months of training she formed a bond with reese. reese's injuries are impacting her, but she left a mark with charlene that will last forever. just because they have been
been through all that, doesn't mean we should write them over as being broken. >> reporter: reese is one example of the endless work that takes place at the cumberland county spca. we do 6,000 animals a year. >> reporter: they remain debt caided to their mission. our focus is to try to place them in that loving home. came from a cruelty case. >> reporter: there are no lingering effects only this 2-year-old poodle. kallie is 9 years old. we like to send them to a home together. >> reporter: brut atus has baby fat, but he is house trained and ready for home. pearl is a 4-year-old princess ready to be pampered. this is bain, loves to play and other animals and looking forward to going on long walks
and jogs with their family. if you're interested in bain or any of the other dogs, visit the cumberland county website. if like us to share your stories go to the facebook page and tells us where you adopted your pets and how much they mean to you. with bain, i'm matt o'donnell, channel 6 "action news." > so gs
9:50, here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. the largest kite festival in north america is flying high in south jersey. the wildwoods international kite festival features kite makers from around the world showing off their colorful creation. all the fun starts at 9:00 a.m.
today and tomorrow at the beach at rio grande avenue. the festival runs through monday. celebrate memorial day with sesame street characters sesame place in langhorne happening today and tomorrow at 5 and 7:30 and again on monday at 5:00 p.m. be sure to stick around for a fireworks show set to sesame street music happening today and tomorrow. in "healthcheck" a unique spinning studio is open on the main line. you may have heard of soul cycle it has cult like following in new york city. ali gorman participated in one of the first classes. >> reporter: it was an enthuse average crowd inside the seoul cycle in -- soul cycle in ardmore. riders lined up for a 45 minute high energy spinning class. you're not just pedaling.
you're pumping and pushing using your whole body including your arms and abs. while you're working hard the whole cherntion can feel like a -- experience can feel like a party. we ride to the rhythm of the music. >> reporter: there's a strong sense ever community. because everyone is riding on the same foot at the same time and then moving their body in the same i way there's a connection. >> reporter: because it's dark there's a feeling. freedom you won't feel self conscious or intimidated. that adds to the mental and spiritual component. as instructors motivate you to find your inner athlete and become a warrior. many first timers say it's clear
why people become addicted. it's overwhelming and exciting. i loved it, the intensity and the music. >> reporter: soul cycle costs $30 for a class. they are opening a second location in center city towards the end of the year. we have all the details on 6abc.com. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." cued -- kudos to ali for taking the class. johnny depp has been ordered to stay away from amber heard. she claims he threw a cell phone at her. police responded to their home and no charges were filed. depp attorney wrote that heard's filing appears to be the
beautyrest black. a final check of the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers whose giving us a little beat here. >> reporter: everybody is happy. it's going to be a nice day, humid, but a lot of sunshine, can't beat this for the saturday of the holiday weekend. 767 degrees for the jersey shore. for the city, hot and sticky, 92 lots of sunshine. in the poconos combination of sun and clouds be on the look out for a late afternoon thunderstorm 86 degrees. now, we get into tomorrow afternoon showers move in and then it's downpours sunday night into memorial day.
9:56 jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight we'll be back bright and early tomorrow morning 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. the beaches along the jersey shore are crowded. we'll have more as the memorial day holiday weekend gets underway. a big celebration for the mann center for the performing arts as it opens for the summer season. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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