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like having the longest hours of any bank. don't just bank. bank human. >> one-third of septa's regional rail trains are being pulled off the tracks. >> the stage is set for philadelphia july 4th celebration, but there's a traffic detour you need to watch out for. >> we're at the shore, the jersey shore is packed for america's birthday bash. >> good morning, thank you for waking up with us. sky6 live hd giving us a glimpse over atlantic city. not a bad start this morning, but a weekend change we'll find out in just a bit. >> david murphy has all the
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details. >> reporter: we're looking closely across the region, we have rain to the south and interesting cloud cover this morning. the farther south you go, the cloudier it is. these are fairly thin clouds that the sun will break through. there's a line of demarkation north an south. there's rain if you go in closer on storm tracker 6 live there's showers from dover south into the southern half of delaware, some of these are clipping extreme southern cape may counties and these areas down to the south may be in and out of showers at times. 68 degrees in philadelphia. 58 in allentown. 62 in millville. 64 in wilmington. 82 in trenton. 68 in cape may. the dewpoints are behaving themselves real low far below
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the threshhold of 62. as we roll through the day, 9:00 a.m., 71 degrees. 10:00 a.m., 75. the showers down south and we'll have sun and high clouds. the high today, 82. we'll have the 4th july call from accuweather and what else to expect for the workweek coming up in the seven day. >> "action news" has you covered online and social media this holiday weekend get traffic and weather updates at 6abc.com, follow us on facebook and twitter for any updates. today septa will handle out its plan to correct a defect and take trains out of service. jeff chirico talked to people about the problem. >> reporter: regional rail service rolled along as usual for a saturday, passengers at
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suburban station say they couldn't tell a third of the fleet had been taken out of service, they fear returning to work on tuesday, could be a different story. >> a third of the fleet, these going to be chaos and pandemonium. that's what i expect. >> it will be harder to find a seat. >> reporter: septa recalled 120 silver liners because of a construction defect discovered friday. there's a problem under the car which needs to be manufactured before the vehicles return to the rail. passengers in and out of the city for 4th of july festivities won't be affected. the car shortage will continue into the would come week and possibly all summer. >> it's convenient it's a quick ten minute train ride, but 120 trains out, it will be harder.
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early on, the cars assembled by the plant in south philadelphia were plagued by quality control and design problem. 6 years after the cars hit the rail there's another glitch which has commuters planning ahead. matthew mitchell the association of rail passengers tells me the problem has to do with the truck underneath the car that holds the wheels and motors in place. it could take all summer for the problem to be resolved. septa will hold a news conference at 2:00 p.m. "action news" will be at the septa news conference, you can watch it live at 6abc.com, we'll we'll have an update on "action news" at 6:00 p.m. this is for drivers, the inner lanes of the benjamin franklin parkway are shut down
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between 20th and eakens oval, the stage is being set for the party and fireworks at the art museum. the parkway closures is expected to be lifted until 5:00 a.m. when most people return to work. ♪ >> u.s. army band performed in front of a big crowd in penns landing. the ensemble played patriotic favorites. the night ended with fireworks. for many folks the jersey and delaware beaches are the place to be on the 4th of july weekend. chowing down on ice cream it's a ritual for kids in ocean city new jersey. trish hartman traveled to the shore to sample some of the fun. >> reporter: stars and stripes were everywhere on this perfect beach day in ventnor, when lunchtime rolled around what could be more american than
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firing up the grill. >> we're able to grill on the beach this weekend you can do gas or charcoal. >> in years past grillers had to buy permits from the city. not this year, beach goers can grill for free through the fourth of july. >> steak, shrimp. >> i'm waiting for my brother to get started with that grill. >> reporter: in margate plenty of people had to watch out pour a strong undertow. what it guess out by the rocks, people getting sucked over. >> the waves pull you forward and the next thing you know they are pulling you back. >> reporter: lifeguards say they will be dealing with the
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undertow all weekend, so they want swimmers to stay close to shore. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> 6:07. if you're just waking up with us, a shore getaway turn tragic for a father and 8-year-old son visiting from maryland. they died in patcong creek in somers point. they were on a jet ski that collided with another jet ski rounded the curve. they were pronounced at the hospital. the 55-year-old woman had an injured wrist. officers found a 24-year-old victim wounded in the 3500 block of north marshall street in hunting park. officers put him in their cruiser and rushed him to temple university hospital. he died at 11:00 p.m., a half-hour after being shot. investigators are looking for the shooter and trying to figure out the motive. a serial bank thief has
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struck again. the so-called straw hat bandit robbed a pnc bank in north wales. the investigators say the suspect showed a gun and ordered the customers to get on the ground before taking money. police suspect it's the same person who robbed ten other banks over the past four years. in each case, the thief is wearing a tan hat and makeshift mask. fbi is looking into hillary clinton e-mails. they have interviewed the presumptive democratic presidential candidate. the fbi is investigating whether the former secretary of state or any of her top aids exposed government secrets because of her decision to use a private e-mail service. analysts believe that they will announce the finding before the convention. fbi investigation could lead to our indictment or clear her of
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any wrong doing. this week with george stephanopoulos will bring you more coverage of the hillary clinton fbi interview and the political fallout coming from it. this week starts at 10:30 on "action news" at 9:00 a.m. the democratic convention begins in philadelphia in a little more than 3 weeks. karen rogers sat down with the dnc, ceo. we're looking at the concept for the republican national convention in cleveland. gop officials unveiled a scaled model of the stage that will be built inside quicken arena. our teams will report live from both conventions. >> developing news out of iraq when "action news" continues. a pair of bombings go off with
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devastating results and it did not take long for a group to take responsibilities. >> a look back at the life of elie wiesel this morning. >> reporter: most of us are dry this morning, but those in dover, and extreme south jersey and cape may are picking up showers, and of course the 4th of july call that's coming up in the full accuweather forecast. ♪
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with us on a sunday morning. 6:13, 68 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over philadelphia international airport. if you have plans for the beach or barbecuing david murphy will let you know what to expect. >> everyone worrying about the all-important july 4th forecast. >> reporter: we'll get to that, it is still on the bubble. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows us we are in most cases dry, as we go into extreme south jersey there's a shower clipping cape may county and the southern half of delaware, and in some cases getting pockets of steady rain. it looks like at times we'll be in and out of showers down south in the delmarva and cape may county. the farther north you go, the better chance you have of
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staying dry and well have clouds and sun at times as we go through the day. as we go outside, there's sky6 live hd there's the dinners that you're seeing across the region and cloud cover over the commodore barry bridge and as we go through the morning, the sun mixing in at times across region. 66 in philadelphia. the dewpoint, 42. the winds out of the northwest 3 miles per hour, and the ocean temperature 67 degrees off atlantic city. that dewpoint is still low, so it's not all that humid today. it gets more humid obviously the farther south we go where we have this shower activity. i don't know that it's going to be raining all the time in the delmarva, but at times you will see it, the morning is starting out on on the damp side. 8:00 a.m., 67 degrees, 10:00 a.m., 75 degrees, noon,
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78. 3:00 p.m., 82 that's the high. away from the southern areas it's going fob a mix of sun and high clouds at times. 82 in allentown. 82 in trenton. 80 in philadelphia. 78 in millville. mid 70s down the shore between cape may and atlantic city. closer look at the shore, sun and clouds, the farther south you go, the better chance you have of the showers especially down in cape may. these areas, ocean city up to surf city probably staying on the dry side. it is the farther south you go into cape may and down into the delmarva you have the chance of showers, unfortunately. for the phillies they play day baseball, look for sun and high clouds, 80 for the first pitch, in the 9th inning, 81 and the 82 in the later innings. there will be clouds gathering as the morning goes on. looks like we're mainly dry in the morning, once we get into
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the afternoon, a couple of sprinkles and showers may open up. this latest model run from 6:00 p.m. into the evening, there are some models that are bringing the rain in sooner and if you are making plans to head out tomorrow night, i would encourage you to keep your eyes on the forecast because there's a chance at some point late tomorrow or tomorrow night of rain arriving. the call for the 4th. increasing clouds, high of 81. down the shore in the 70s. nighttime showers, we could have heavy rain. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sun and clouds, 82. tomorrow, increasing clouds, late day or nighttime rain is possible, hopefully it will hold off until after the 4th of july celebrations.
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keep your eye on the forecast. there could be a thunderstorm on monday night. tuesday, high of 85. early rain dry in the afternoon. it starts to get hot, wednesday, hot and humid, 91. 90 on thursday, 92 friday, saturday, partly sunny and hot. probably on the humid side. thursday, friday, saturday there's a chance of an afternoon thunderstorm. nydia, all eyes on tomorrow, we're still trying to pin down the arrival of the rain. if you ever plans to head out tomorrow night for fireworks you want to keep your eyes on the forecast to see if the models help us or hinder us. july 4th celebration continues inside the national constitution center where children can go forth and learn. the ncc has several more patriotic events planned for today. we have a developing story
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out of iraq, isis has taken credit for two car bombings in baghdad today. at least 83 people were killed, 150 more wounded. 78 of the victims were killed in one of the bombings in the center of the capitol city. the bombings hit family and young people out on the street after breaking their ramadan fast. the attacks come after iraqi forces took the city in flawm i-
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fallujah. one of the people killed in the dhaka bombing was an american. >> it's so hard to believe that she was there and she was suffering for ten or 11 hours, i don't want to think about it. i would rather to remember her with that smile that she had and i just don't understand why the world has to be that way, why do innocence have to pay for the hatred of others? >> aurora said that he was a remarkable young woman with a bright future.
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two other students were killed in the attack. a noxious algae bloom has put towns on alert in florida. the resulting salt water blend is creating the large algae bloom. it's threatening the ecosystem in will a gones and rivers downstream. "g.m.a." sent reports down to florida to look into the algae crisis. "g.m.a.'s" report is coming up after "action news" at 8:00 a.m. we'll be right back. hello!
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back on the big board, there are showers south of philadelphia. southern cape may picking up a little bit of this stuff. there's rain south of dover. if you're in kent county or is you say he county, the drier you are and the more sun you'll see. we'll be 83 degrees, the official high is 82 at the airport. we're looking for a mix of clouds and sun, at times it will be high clouds. the farther north you go the more sun you'll see. the temperatures in the low 80s. evening hours, 77 by 7:00 a.m. 10:00 p.m., 73. if you're neighborhood has nierks tonight no problems -- fireworks tonight no problems. >> the sixers top pick is officially signed and a phillies young pitcher continues to
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struggle. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: sixers number one overall pick ben simmons is officially a 7 sixer this morning. here's a shot of simmons signing on the dotted line of the rookie contract. he should be on the practice floor later today in utah as sixers get set for summertime action that begins on monday. watching aaron nola over the last month has been painful. the phillie starter having the worst run of his career. he allowed 27 earned runs in his last five starts. the phillies will talk it over whether he will make his next start after a bad ought against kansas. danny duffy brings in a run. phils down 1.
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next batter. 3-run shot. nola27 earned runs in the last 18 innings. phillies last 6-2. he retired the last ten batters he faced, while manager pete mccann none said he is encouraged, he is not sure he will make the next start. >> we'll talk tonight or tomorrow morning and come up with a plan on what we're going to do. like he said he felt good about himself after the three innings he wanted to go back out. i didn't want him to. >> the union have scored the most goals in major league soccer, there's one glaring issue is winning on the road. andre blake is on the ball. what a save and the header, in
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the 29th minute. 95th minute, houston the free kick, former union player as close as you get to a walk off in soccer union lost 1-nill. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a great day. >> an 8-year-old michigan boy loves american history so much he is selling it. he opened a stand in his front yard so he could teach neighborhood kids, he charges 25 cents to share historical tidbits about the civil war and american presidents. he plans to donate the money he makes to charity. we'll be right back.
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with equal upload and downloads speeds, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. fireworks on the way, but so are some showers, accuweather has the word on what's ahead for the 4th of july. when the holiday weekend ends, commuter chaos could begin for septas regional rails now that defects have sliepped -- sidelined a number of trains. >> david murphy is here and everyone is wondering what's going to happen on the 4th. >> reporter: we have sunshine over the ben franklin bridge and
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points north, south the cloudier it is. sunshine to the north and more clouds to the south. farther to the south we have showers, these are passing areas not only dover south but creeping up toward smyrna, as well. areas near millville and down south and most of cape may are going to be looking at showers at times and on and off stuff as we go later into the afternoon. 68 degrees is the current temperature in philadelphia. 58 in allentown. 62 in trenton. 62 in millville. 68 in cape may. the dewpoints are still in the 50s in most neighborhoods not all that humid, expecting to stay with humidity on low side through most of the areas. the exception is south with the on and off showers, in cape may, 64-degree dewpoint on the sticky side. him most of us will see sun with
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high clouds, the high 82. unfortunately clouds increase during the day on the 4th july. there's a chance of afternoon or nighttime rain, i'll talk about that with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> the jersey shore is arguably the best spot for fun in the sun. beach as cape may, still empty, but they will be filling up later this morning. >> yesterday people enjoyed a break from the water to grill out on the beach in ventnor, this year beach tag holders are able to grill without the permits. some hit the beach fully prepared with tents and two girls. in margate, plenty of beach goers enjoyed the waves and hot summer sun. they had to watch out for a strong undertow. >> it's pulling that way towards the rocks. people are getting sucked over. >> the waves pull you forward
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and next thing you know they are pulling you back deeper. >> the lifeguards say they have to make sure -- they have done more rescues than usual and ask swimmers to stick close to the sand. ♪ for some it would not be a holiday without the beautiful sounds of the philadelphia orchestra, hundreds enjoyed this free concert last night at the kimmel center's verizon hall in center city. special guest, nyo26789 enjoyed members of the orchestra. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live radar at any time 6abc.com/weather. septa will hold a news conference this afternoon to discuss the decision to pull one-third of regional rail train cars out of service.
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the transit agency has removed 120 silver liner 1s cars. a serious defect was found in the cars. the defective part holds the wheels and motors in place. it could take all summer long to fix the problem. septa will hold a news conference at 2:00 p.m. him we'll live stream it at 6abc.com. we're learning more information about the husband and wife killed in the house fire in morton, delaware county. they were well-known members of the community before dieing in their own home. jeff chirico talked to people who are remembering theodore and barbara fine this morning. >> reporter: firefighters rushed to the scene of the raging house fire on the 600 block of cedar lane after 5:00 a.m. police arrived first and tried to rescue two people inside. while doing so they found two victims inside the front door at the bottom of the steps.
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morton fire chief said the intense heat and flames prevented police and firefighters from reaching the husband and wife. they are identified as theodore and barbara fine both 58 and the owners of slack hoagie shop in springfield. >> my feeling is they got down and got a lung full of enter heated gas and smoke. >> reporter: the fire started in the rear of the house where a meat smoker was working ahead of a party for the weekend. signs inside the sandwich shop thanked the couple for donating for various causes. >> they donated to the high school. >> i go to the shop a lot of times, she brings food here and
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things like that, all the time. very nice of people. >> the couple have two adult sons, the impact on the community wasn't lost on those who tried to save them. >> they were a cornerstone to the community. there wasn't a time you couldn't reach out to them in a time of need. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> hear at the big board, the world is remembering holocaust survivor and noble prize winner elie wiesel. >> reporter: he was born in romania in 1928. when he was just 15 he and his family were sent to to the concentration camp. his mother father and sister
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perished. he said to forget the victims of the holocaust meant killing them a second time. his memoir of the camp "night" told millions of copies. >> now, president obama said eli wisely was a living memorial, he raised his voice against antisemitism and bigotry and intolerance in all forms. he won the peace prize in 1986 for being the voice of the oppressed. he spoke about his life. >> i am involved in tragic events for people i never met on other side of oceans and continents, it is because i
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belong to a traumatized generation, haunted by the indifference. >> he died as a american citizen, but spoke to people living under hatred around the globe. the trump taj mahal casino is entering a third day of strike. more than 1,000 union workers went on strike friday morning, the employees are demanding a pay raise in healthcare benefits. taj other owner said the old bes were too costly. there were no winners in the powerball drawing that means the jackpot has grown to 257 millions dollars. add that to the mega million jackpot $449. the mega millions drawing is
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tuesday, the neck -- next powerball drawing is wednesday. >> two tickets, all mine. >> you're not sharing? >> i have to wait and see. >> much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. >> chris jenkins shot and won for the villanova basketball team, now his mom is getting a shot. >> reporter: new jersey sweet corn crop is coming in just in time for the july 4th weekend. i'm nora muchanic, i'll have that coming up. >> sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over camden, new jersey. meteorologist david murphy is in for chris sowers, he'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when you join us back here after the break.
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>> so glad you stayed with us, take a look at the screen, this is the new video of massive wildfires ripping through central california south of san francisco. crews continue to make progress on flames that threaten the highway in fresno county. evacuations are underway in san bernadino, california. so far the fire has leveled five homes and three people were injured. 6:00 had 2. time for accuweather
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meteorologist david murphy is here with us morning. >> reporter: okay across most of the region today. tomorrow afternoon and evening, a little iffy, unfortunately. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we are dry across the region. as we go down south there are showers popping through areas all the way down to smyrna down south. if you're around millville, you will get sprinkles and showers, fortescue will get wet. down in cape may we'll have showers coming across the bay, this will be in cape may and southern cumberland county. as we look outside we have sky6 live hd. you can see cloudy conditions over philadelphia right now. the farther north you go the better chance you have of early sunshine. 58 in allentown. 62 in trenton. 64 in wilmington. 62 in millville. 68 in cape may, new jersey. there are the clouds, you can see that sort of cut off line
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north of philadelphia. toward the poconos you're real sunny. we'll have sun breaking through mixes with clouds. south, we have showers, the current batch doesn't extend all the way out to the west. if you're down south in cape may county and southern delaware you'll be in and out of showers today. clouds, pleasant conditions up north, humidity low and high of 82. down the shore, highs in the mid 70s up and down the coast. there will be showers the farther south you go, perhaps some of it clipping places like ocean city at times. 68 in the ocean and the farther south you go, you're going for a low uv index here, balls the clouds will be -- because the clouds will be failure thick, temperatures on the beach in the mid 70s. in philadelphia, sun and high
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clouds, comfortable conditions overall, high of 82 degrees, the wind out of the northwest right now, but eventually turning out of the southwest and staying light, 7 to 14 miles per hour. at the ballpark today, it's 135 wrap up with the royal and phillies, the rubber match of the series look for a game time temperature of 80 and 9th inning, 81 degrees, humidity is low at the ballpark this afternoon. overnight tonight, cloudy and comfortable, 66 is the overnight low and the winds turn out of the southwest. then we get into the 4th of july. there could sun in parts of the region early. generally speaking the clouds will get thicker. as we go through the morning we're staying dry. this model, this particular run which has been going back and forth a little bit, right now in the afternoon only gives us light sprinkles and showers to hinder your afternoon party and barbecues. it doesn't bring rain in until
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later at night when it could get heavy at times. there are other models that bring in the rain in faster and some of the fireworks display tomorrow night may get interrupted. if you have plans to head out to see fireworks on the 4th, check out the forecast. the 4th, increases clouds, warm high of 81. late day or nighttime shower possible and even the chance of heavy rain. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sun and clouds for most of us, more sun to the north, more clouds to the south, in cape may county, in particular, the southern delmarva off and on showers. monday increasing clouds and showers in the afternoon and in the evening steadier rain arriving maybe a thunderstorm. 81 is the high there. warmer on tuesday, 85. perhaps morning rain. hot even humid on wednesday, 91. thursday, friday, saturday, and
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sunday, looks like a possible heat wave with humidity and heat building in. we have instability thunderstorms possible in the afternoon and evening and the second half of the week. things changing. >> if you like fresh jersey corn as much as i do, listen up. the first corn of the season is ripe and ready for picking. nora muchanic has more from salem county. >> reporter: at the farm workers picking the corn. >> even though it's early it's somewhat smaller and short than the main season ears. >> reporter: the early corn is grown from seed in hot houses. we tasted an ear second after it was husked it's sweet as can be. >> when the corn comes in, it's
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like christmas in june. you cotten -- you can't get corn that is as sweet as jersey corn. >> i love jersey corn, i love jersey tomatoes, and blue berries. >> reporter: last year farmers grew 50 million pounds of sweet corn. farmer fred grows the corn for the pennsville farm market. the grows it in waves so there's a supply to pick throughout the summer. >> we have nice warm weather and sunny days and we're getting moisture it's as ideal as it can become. it's starting to mature, this is the where the pollen is, the silk on the corn. each hair is connected to a
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township montgomery county are investigating a stripping of vandalism. vandals are using gold spray paint. police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. 6:51, a delaware mother is asking for your help to find a killer after someone took her son's life. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. >> he was just always happy, so to know him was to know is good
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person. >> reporter: twanda talks to "action news" about the last time she saw her son alive. her son was in the area of green street. police were called for shots fired, when they got the call twanda and her husband rushed to the hospital. >> they sent the chaplin to come and talk to us. from that moment i did not know any details, but i knew something was not right. >> reporter: he was shot in the head. >> he hell on for nine days. >> reporter: he died on march 18, the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 as a reward for anyone who comes forward with information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call the citizens crime commission, 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. she said very little is helping her during this very difficult
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time. >> i'm so many different things, i'm numb, i'm angry. i don't know, i don't know how, how i'm getting up everyday, i'm taking it second by second. >> for crime fighters i'm rick williams, channel 6 "action news." >> hello!
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martelli. he was a patient here in 2010 when a snow boarding accident left him paralyzed from the chest down. this is his way of saying thank you to mcgee. he learned to walk again. chris jenkins had the winning shot for the villanova, and now his mom is getting a chance at jay wright's basketball camp. >> jay wright's basketball camp has a she coach. >> young, 13-year-olds, they look at me what are they doing hear, i say if i can teach chris jenkins how to shoot, don't you
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think i can teach you how to shoot. >> >> reporter: she went on to a coach at jacksonville state division one. >> my mom taught me a lot about the game, am i shot was one of them. she started with me when i was young. she coaches me on my shots to this day. >> who would you consider the tougher coach you or his mom. >> no doubt, he would definitely say his mom is tougher than me. no doubt, she is relentless. >> reporter: chris is known as my son, now no matter writing people recognize me as chris' mom. or call her coach. >> reporter: in villanova, jamie apody channel 6 "action news." >> got to love mom. >> reporter: momma knows best. >> reporter: i love that. >> there's another hour of "action news" straight ahead. >> septa is pulling a big chunk
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of it's regional rail fleet out of service, we'll explain why and the possible time frame to get it back up and running. >> reporter: showers are moving through parts of the area right now in delaware and parts of the jersey shore and more rain is in the forecast. a complete update from meteorologist david murphy and accuweather we'll be right back. he could install your ceiling fan.ce said he couldn't. and that one time ron said another chili dog was a good idea. yeah, it wasn't.
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regional rail trains are being pulled off the tracks. septa is about to layout its plan to help commuters. >> the 4th of july celebration is set, but look out for traffic detours. >> the jersey shore is packed for america's birthday bash. >> so glad you stayed with us, 7:00 a.m., sky6 live hd giving you a live glimpse over atlantic city, the boardwalk there, several people walking around, many flocking to the beaches later today. meteorologist david murphy is in for chris sowers this morning, how are you, david. >> reporter: pretty good and feeling comfortable on the terrace right now, despite the fact there's a bank of cloud cover. the farther north you go, you have the better chance of seeing sun and the farther south the better chance you have of seeing clouds. this will be with us for a good portion of the next couple of hours, we'll g i

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