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identified a woman kill by a cross bow inside her northeast philadelphia home. authorities are searching for a vehicle stolen during an armed carjacking outside a local apartment complex. the big story on "action news" this noon is the supreme court issuing the most important decision on abortion in nearly 25 years. the justices voted to strike down restrictions on abortion providers in texas. meghan hughes reports from the high court in washington. >> reporter: good afternoon, a huge win for the clinics and the women they represent. justice briar writing the authority opinion saying it placed undue restrictions on abortion access. justice kennedy held the key vote it set a precedent for the country. the justices heard arguments in early march, the first major case after justice scalia who
was expected to back texas. on the steps of the supreme court emotions on both sides. , the texas law rerequire abortion clinics be like surgical centers and the doctors have admitting privileges within 0 miles of the hospital. hence the law's opponents argued an undue burden. after years of fighting antichoice politics who would stop at nothing to put abortion out of reach, i want everybody to understand you don't mess with texas woman. >> reporter: lawyers representing the state of texas anti-abortion activists argued the regulations were put in place to protect women's. in a win for gun control advocates they upheld on gun ban
on certain types of domestic violence offenses and overturned the conviction of virginia governor. the police officer who was shot several times is getting out of the hospital soon. officer christopher dorman is expected to be released from penn e presbyterian center where katherine scott is live with an update on his recovery. >> reporter: officer christopher dorman has been seen doctors all morning, we know he has been cleared for release and expected to leave around 2:00 p.m. folcroft officer christopher dorman was shot seven times, three days later he is expected to head home an unbelievable turn around for the 25-year-old patrolman hit in the face, four times in the chest and one time in the leg and groin. police believe his bullet-proof vest saved his life.
authorities say officer christopher dorman confronted a man at a folcroft apartment complex, a struggle ensued. the suspect drew a gun and opened fire. the kenny chesney fan received a phone call from the country superstar from his hospital room. the hope that he can now continue to recover in his own home. the suspect donte brooks island was recently released from prison for drugs and firearms. else being held on one million dollars bail. his next court appearance is early next month. officer christopher dorman served as a volunteer firefighter, when he leaves today it will be with police and fire escort back to folcroft will he will continue to heal. >> stay with "action news" always officer christopher
dorman goes home today we'll have live updates on air and online and social media. david cameron says the uk will not trigger the process to leave the eu at this point. many have called for the united kingdom to leave as soon as possible. cameron is taking a measured approach so the exit can be done in the best probable way. u.s. stocks fell over the move. the dow down 243 points over 243 points, 17,157. approaching 1.5%. accuweather is tracking changes after a weekend full of sunshine. sky6 live hd looking live outside now at the ben franklin bridge. more clouds and humidity have been creeping in this afternoon,
meteorologist, david murphy joins us at the "action news" big board. >> reporter: sarah on storm tracker 6 live double scan we're starting to pick up showers in pottstown, gettysburg and no lightning yet, but this looks like a thunderstorm that's beginning to pop. not looking at anyone strong storms, but you want to take cover from lightning if you see it. we have a cold front to the north and west slowly working in our direction, ahead of it, we are starting to draw the southwesterly air up and that's humid air to the south. we'll feel the humidity levels rise and eventually we'll see the showers and pop-up thunderstorms make its way closer to us. looks like the best chance of seeing this today is in the northern and western suburbs not so much philadelphia south and east. we'll cloud up, but it's about a sunny start. you can see the clouds with the rain showers getting closer to us, and we'll push cloud cover
in off the ocean, as well, as things continue to get stickier over the next several hours. temperatures, 79 degrees currently in philadelphia. 83 in allentown him 82 in reading, 77 in wilmington with a little bit of a pool in from the south cooler down south with the influence of the cooler ocean water. even in cape may, a warm 75. the dewpoints are popping up. in philadelphia we've been down in the 50s, now back up to 61. anything over 60 is when it starts to feel humid. 65 in wilmington. 66 in dover, and 73 in cape may right now that's chose to what we -- close to what we call oppressive humidity. fortunately, the humidity is not too high in cape may. we'll show you the possible thunderstorms and showers on future tracker 6 and there's another chance of showers
probably better chance tomorrow with thunderstorms. future tracker will get together with us on that. >> with the storms possible check back at 6abc.com/weather rely on storm tracker 6 live radar to see what's coming. follow members of the weather team on facebook and twitter for the latest updates for the forecast. authorities are searching for a vehicle stolen during a carjacking at the barrett run apartments in newark. a 21-year-old man was removing items from his blue ford fusion early morning. police say an armed man forced the victim into is the car and ordered him to drive to atms. the other than got out on old baltimore pike and and the suspect took off with the vehicle. a man is in custody after a deadly confrontation with his girlfriend's former boyfriend. police responded to the 200 block of south edge wood in west
philadelphia before midnight. police say an armed man broke into his former girlfriend's home. the new boyfriend shot and killed the man in the kitchen. the alleged shooter fled, but was apprehended by police nearby. two children ages 8 and 10 were asleep upstairs during the shooting. philadelphia police have identified the woman shot and killed with a cross bow inside her northeast philadelphia home. investigates say 42-year-old pamela nightlinger died from her injuries an hour after the incident. police were called to the 3100 block of willits road at county 930. a witness identify her husband as the suspect. he is in police custody right now. annie mccormick will have more details on the investigation ahead in the live report at 12:30 p.m. police had to break up a fight during a wedding reception in burlington county. at least one person was taken
into custody for questioning. here at the hilton garden inn in mount laurel. no serious injuries were reported. it is unclear if any charges will be filed. pennsylvania lawmakers are returning to harrisburg today to try to harm out a budget -- hammer out a budget deal before the deadline on thursday. they are trying to produce a plan that governor wolf will sign. lawmakers broke from a meeting without an agreement on a spending level or tax package. scary view from inside a plane after one of the wings burst into flames. plus two new polls show hillary clinton with a lead over donald trump. the results after "action news" comes right back. i drive a golf ball.
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different flight. two people thought dead were found alive in west virginia. nearly a foot of rain fell across the state on thursday causing the nation's worst flood watching in repeat years. many were caught off did a guard and had -- many saying they had nowhere to go, but up. >> you can't leave on foot, thankfully i had the upstairs to go, and i just opened and prayed it did not come to where i was. >> at least 23 people died in the flooding, power is out to thousands of customers across west virginia. officials say they hope to have the power restored by tonight. warning a death toll in central california could go up. two people are confirmed dead and cadaver dogs were brought in to search foreother victims.
mehon time, firefighters are making progress containing the flames, however a state of emergency remains in effect. three children remain in serious condition after a rollercoaster crashed at a theme park in scotland. witnesses say the ride derailed hit the support beam and crashed to the ground. 8 children and two adults were injured. the tsunami riled is an inverted rollercoaster which meanest the train rides under the track. it reaches speeds up to 40 miles per hour an hour and goes through cork-screw twists. new poll shows hillary clinton leading trump in the race for the white house, 59 to 39%. another poll from the "wall street journal" and nbc news shows clinton with a five point lead. time is running out for millions of gift card holders. which retailer is about to stop accepting them. plus, pepsi has a change of
today, lori grabs delicious jimmy dean sausage from the fridge, fully cooked and ready in seconds. it makes breakfast complete, which makes bill feel like completing the gazebo, prompting a celebration in lori's backyard. with jimmy dean, good mornings lead to great days. >> time is running out to use gift cards at sports authority. after that many stores in the chain will be closed after tomorrow. customers will have to file with bankruptcy courts to recoup the money. a record 43 million
americans are expected to travel this holiday weekend. according to aaa most will drive to their independence day destinations. lower gas prices have encouraged families to take a trip this summer. drivers have saved $20 billion on gas this year compared to last year. "healthcheck" this noon, today is national hiv testing day. aid delaware is encourage people to take advantage of the special hours in wilmington today. tests are available on a walk-in base or make an appointment. pepsi is making changes in response to falling sales. some customers complained about the taste, pepsi will resume selling drinks made with aspirti
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exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's getting more humid out there. >> reporter: it is, as we go through the next several hours, certainly, sarah. storm tracker 6 live double scan we have a hint of pop up precipitation well to the north and west of the area. you can see green showing up and red and yellow near harrisburg and pottstown. it will be a while before this stuff pushes closer to us. from 3:00 p.m. on allentown, reading, and lancaster you have a shot of picking up a spotty shower or thunderstorm. most of that stays off to the north and west today. as we take a look outside, we have sky6 live hd and the beach. i'm surprised there's not more people out there. i guess some people are sleeping in or making their way down the shore. it's not going to rain at the shore, it will cloud up and get humid. 79 degrees, the dewpoint which
did slide back down into the mid 50s for a while is back up to 61 that's an indication that things are getting more humid. the farther south you go cape may and dover, the more humid you feel. 77 in wilmington, 79 in trenton. 83 in allentown mg 82 in reading, 77 in millville. 75 in cape may, again a gentle breeze coming up from the south drawing in that humid air as we go through the rest of the afternoon. we're on the look out to the west today as clouds gather from the west, 3:00 p.m., some of the western suburbs we'll start to see that, between 3 and 6:00 p.m. clouding up in the i-95 corridor, as well. we'll also keep our eyes on the north and west, because there could be a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. this new model run has this off to the north and west of allentown and reading. we have recent runs that bring it into this area and clipping northern bucks and montco. if you're in the area keep your eyes out, 11:00 p.m. tonight,
more clouds around, the shore is the fartherrest -- farthest from the cloudy cover and the rain. up in the lehigh valley, a thunderstorm can't be ruled out. down the, high of 78. the ocean temperature, 70. it popped up to 71 off atlantic city for a brief time. starting to feel comfortable if the water. i will tell you there's a moderate risk of rip currents swim next to the lifeguards and get out if they starting point whistling you. sun to clouds, growing humid, high of 86 winds out of the west southwest averaging 8 to 6 miles per hour. as we get out of the office and head home. it will be with a warm and humid. 83 degrees by 5:00 p.m., 80 by 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 7 # degrees, a lot of clouds and sun the later we go into the evening.
70 degrees is the overnight low, muggy, spotty pop-up storm north and west of philadelphia. tomorrow, a brand new issue there will be that front coming in from the west, it will be cloudy with sunny breaks, by 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 12, showers possible and the final batch comes through later in the evening and falls apart abit. 86 is is the high, sun to cloud. pop-up storm up west. tomorrow, muggy, spotty thunderstorms not a washout, but the whole region is under a threat of thunder. if you hear thunder head indoors. wednesday, sun comes back, lowering humidity. thursday, warm, but a nice day. as we head into friday and saturday, it's the possibility that we get a little more unsettled. le sunday is nice, early world
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>> hello, again, rick is off here's some of the stories we're following on "action news" at 12:30 p.m. he was shot in the line of duty and survived. three days after being hit by seven bullets, the folcroft officer is heading home. a woman is murdered with a cross bow and her husband is under arrest. abortion rights groups celebrate a win after a ruling by the supreme court. developing story we've been following since friday.
in the next two hours, the folcroft police officer who was shot in the line of duty is expected to be released from the hospital. christopher dorman was shot seven times as he was conducting a drug investigation on friday. he was shot as he approached people suspected of smoking marijuana behind an apartment building. the suspect donte island has been charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault. we'll follow the latest developments on christopher dorman's release and bring you updates on the air and on line at 6abc.com. the 42-year-old woman who was shot and killed with a cross bow in northeast philadelphia has been identified. her husband remains in police custody this noon. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick is live at the scene on will it's -- willits road. >>