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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 get into a
scattered precipitation pattern. you're starting out wet. some of the showers reaching toward atlantic city. the south jersey shore and a good portion of delaware from smyrna, south in and out of showers during the morning. 69 degrees is the current temperature in philadelphia. 61 in allentown. 64 in trenton. 64 in wilmington, 69 degrees in cape may with those showers down south through dover and through cape may and a good portion of coastal south jersey, the dewpoints are low in most of the areas, in the 50s which the -- which is not considered humid air. the exception down south where you have the rain with the dewpoints higher and the rain in cape may anticipate back toward dover. in most of the areas, you can get a workout just fine, 9:00 a.m., 75 degrees, low human combl conditions and sun -- comfortable conditions and sun and high clouds. noon, 78, starting to get warm,
low humidity, some of you in the southern half of the region will be dealing with more clouds than sun, but generally speaking it's clouds and sun and 82 for the high which is fairly comfortable and below average for this time of the year. when i step inside we'll look at the 4th of july. the 4th itself is looking iffy with clouds increasing and the possibility of afternoon and evening showers at the very least. i'll have the details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you, "action news" has you covered online and social media. this holiday weekend get live traffic and updates at 6abc.com. be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter for updates. today septa will layout its plan to handle a defect to take a third of its regional rail trains out of service. transit riders are concerned about what will happen after the holiday weekend. jeff chirico talked to people about the problem. >> reporter: regional rail
service rolled along as usual for saturday. passengers at suburban safety say they couldn't tell a third of the fleet had been taken out of service, they fear returning to work on tuesday, however, could be a different story. >> a third of the fleet? it's going to be chaos and pandemonium. that's when i expect. >> it will be harder to find a seat and stuff. >> reporter: septa recalled 120 silver line cars because of a structural defect discovered friday there's a part under the cars that need to be manufactured before the vehicles return to the rails. passengers traveling in and out of the city for the 4th of july festivities won't be affected, but the car shortage will continue into the workweek and possibly all summer. travel will be difficult for you're a commuters. >> it's a quick ten minute train ride, but without 120 trains it will be harder.
>> reporter: early on the cars assembled at a plant in south philadelphia were plagued by quality control and design problems. 6 years after the first cars hit the rails there's another glitch which has commuters planning ahead. >> i will be leaving earlier. >> reporter: matt that you mitchell of the association of rail passengers tells me the problem has to do with the truck that's the part underneath the car that holds the axle and wheels and motor in place. that's why it could take all summer for this to be resolved. septa plans to hold a news conference at 2:00 p.m. to discuss the problem and lay out its contingency plan. >> we'll have the news conference at 6abc.com. if you're just waking up, the inner lanes of the benjamin franklin parkway is shut down between 20th and eakens oval.
the stage is set for tomorrow's concert and fireworks at the philadelphia museum of art. the parkway closure is expected to be lifted at 5:00 a.m., tuesday. ♪ okay, they sound good, right? u.s. army band performed in front of a big crowd at penns landing. the ensemble played patriotic songs. >> many were at the beach on this 4th of july weekend. trish hartman travel 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 who could be more american than firing up the grill. >> they are able to grill on the beach this weekend for free
without a permit. you can do gas or charcoal and we'll do it every year. >> reporter: beach tag holders can grill for free through the 4th of july. this family is getting ready for a feast and they came prepared with multiple tents and two grills. >> steak, chicken, shrimp. >> i've been waiting for my brother to get started with the grill. >> reporter: in margate, plenty of people were enjoying the waves. had to watch out for a strong undertow. lifeguards had to make more rescues than usual and they are asking swimmers to stay close to the stands. >> the waves would pull you forward and the next thing you know they are pulling you back deeper. >> reporter: lifeguards say they are dealing with the undertow all weekend they are encouraging swimmers to pay attention to the lifeguard and stay close to
shore. reporting in longport, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> a shore getaway turned tragic for an 8-year-old boy and his father. they were on a jet ski in the patcong river that collided with another jet ski as they rounded a curve. a 55-year-old woman on the other jet ski had an injured wrist. >> new this morning, quick action from philadelphia police officers could not save a man shot in the head overnight. officers found the 24-year-old victim wounded in the 3500 block of marshall street in hunting park. officers rushed him to temple university hospital. he died at 11:00 p.m. investigators are looking for the shooter and trying to figure out the motive. fbi agents have taken their final step into the investigation of the hillary clinton e-mails. they have interviewed the
presumptive presidential candidate. that 3 hour interview happened yesterday. the fbi is investigating whether the former secretary of state or any of other top aids exposed government secrets because of her decision to exclusively use a private e-mail service. some analysts leave the fbi will announce its finding before the democratic convention which began in philadelphia july 25. it could lead to clinton's indictment or clear her of any wrong doing. this week with george stephanopoulos will bring you more coverage of the fbi interview and the political fallout coming from this. this weekend starts at 10:30. democratic convention begins in 3 weeks, our cover summary judgment is underway. tamala edwards salt down with the convention ceo to get the insight on what to expect when the delegates come to town. you can see it on inside story
at 1130 a.m. gop officials unveiled a scaled model of the stage. the republican convention begins july 18. our team will report live from both conventions. >> time 7:09. developing news out of iraq when "action news" continues. a pair of bombings go off with devastating results and it did not take long for a group to take credit for those attacks. >> also a look back at the life of elie wiesel as he is remembered this morning. plus, the number one draft pick makes it official with the sixers and he did it with the stroke of a pen. >> reporter: we have showers south of philadelphia. in fact one in cape may county head indoors, while it's not producing lightning it will get you wet for a brief period. how long do they last? we'll talk about that and the
>> we are having a fabulous 4th of july weekend so far. 7:12 sunday morning, 69 degrees, sky6 live hd looking live at penns landing. dry right there, right now, but showers are moving through south jersey and delaware. we are wondering about the 4th of july forecast. everyone wants to go out and see the fireworks. >> indeed, david murphy in for chris sowers what can we expect, sir? >> reporter: model is in disagreement, i'll show you that in a moment. we have dry across the region from vineland north, the farther south you go we have rain arriving. we'll take a look, some of the light sprinkles and showers are extending up into millville. you can see the movement coming in from the west. as you get back toward edge wood, maryland, farther to the
west. you'll be on the damp side. every now and then, rain coming through. as we look outside we have cloudy skies over in delaware, generally speaking we're looking at more sunshine the farther north you go today. the more cloud cover the farther south you work through the region. temperatures, 69 degrees, the dewpoint is not bad in philadelphia and wilmington and most of the region. it's comfortable out there. wind out of the northwest in general, although they are calm in philadelphia. as you look at satellite and radar view, the wide view, the batch of rain steady, we'll break it down into more of a spotty precipitation, this rain may slide farther south as we go into the morning arena -- and afternoon. generally speaking the farther north you go it will be
brighter. we are clouds to the south. 78 degrees by noon, humidity low across the region. 3:00 p.m., 82 is the high today a little bit below average and comfortable overall. high temperatures, # 2 -- 82 in in in allentown. mid 70s in millville. 70 ts down the shore. showers to the south, someone mixing with clouds to the north. surf city, high 75 degrees, 76 in ac. uv index could be moderate to high the farther north you go. cape may's high 75. getting up to 77 in bethany beach. phillies and royals wrapping up their series at the ballpark, 1:35 p.m. the start time. sun and clouds at the ballpark. 80 degrees for the first pitch, 81 in the 9th inning. the high of 82 around the 6th
inning. humidity on the low side. comfortable day at the ballpark today. for the 4th of july, our main short range model is not pushing rain for tomorrow. obviously we'll get clouds increase, by 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. there's a chance of spotty sprinkle or shower. we get into the evening, this model holds off rain until a after the fireworks are done. there's this model, the european that brings spotty light precipitation in by 3:00 p.m. by 8:00 p.m. when you're seeing fireworks there's a chance of showers around. this is a lower resolution model, so i can't say the entire region will be getting rain, but you get the-year-old the showers are moving in faster on that model. my advice for the 4th of july, keep an eye on the forecast. warm high of 81 in philadelphia. late day and nighttime showers are possible in a few spots, keep your eye on the forecast in case that wetter model works out
and wins out. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sun and high clouds today. more clouds to the south, 82 degrees is the high, down in south jersey and delaware some spotty showers. monday, increasing clouds there's a chance of afternoon pop-up shower and maybe rain arriving later at night. a thunderstorm can't be ruled out and high of 81 degrees. hopefully this holds off until after the fireworks. things start to change, warm and humid on tuesday, high of 85. we get into a hot and humid pattern wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, highs in the low 90s hot and sticky, a lot of cool drinks going through that period. there could be a pop-up thunderstorm thursday, friday, saturday, as well. another heat wave on the way, the second half of the forecast period. >> you'll keep tracking the 4th of july for under the circumstances. thanks, david. if you love breakfast fattest, head to new york time square, keg log cereal cafe opens tomorrow.
out of iraq. isis has taken credit for two car bombings in baghdad today. at least 83 people have been killed, 160 more wounded. 78 of the victims were killed in one of the bombings in the center of the capitol city. the bombing hit family and young people out on the street after breaking their ramadan fast. the attacks come after iraqi forces took the city of fallujah from isis. 120 people were killed inside the terror attack inside
the bangladesh cafe. one student was killed., an american. >> it's so hard to believe that she it was dead and she was suffering for ten or 11 hours. i don't want to think about it. i 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 other others. >> she said she was a remarkable young woman who had a bright future. a second emory student and student at uc barclay were killed in that attack. a noxious unsightly algae bloom put four florida counties
under state of emergency. army corps of engineers released water from a polluted lake to keep the aging dike from breaking and flooding towns. the salt water is creating the bloom. it thrittenning rivers and will a -- threatening rivers and lagoons downstream. angel eyes will keep an eye on nicu. the cameras let parents see and interact infants while they are away from the hospital. kelly gallagher founded the project after making trips to the nicu to see her twin boys.
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everyone, we have showers in the southern delmarva, from middletown, delaware and dover and milford and cape may county in and out of decent shower activity. this will be around for a couple of hours and breakdown to a sort of off and on precipitation for the rest of the day. cloudy and breezy overall, 76 degrees is the high. some of the showers off and on the farther south you go. monday, cloudy with afternoon and evening showers possible. 76 there, as well. up in the poconos, decent day today. looks like we'll get up into the mid 70s, sunny and pleasant. tomorrow, the 4th, 76 clouds and sun. in philadelphia there's a chance of showers moving in in time for fireworks tomorrow night. not all the model have that, we're still tweaking it, hopefully we stay dry. the sixers top pick is
officially signed and phillies pitcher continues to struggle. >> reporter: sixers number one overall pick ben simmons is officially a 76er this morning. he signed his rookie contract late last night. here's 0 a shot of simmons signing on the dotted line he should be on the floor later in utah. simmons is the first sixer number one overall pick since alan iverson in 1996. congratulations. watching aaron nola over the last month has been painful. get these numbers, nola allowed 27 earned runs in the last five starts. the phillies will talk it over whether he will make the next start. second inning the pitcher, danny duffy brings in a run tieing it at 1. two batters later, rbi single.
phillies down 1. next batter, nola3-run shot. 27 earned runs in the last 18 innings. phillies lost 6-2. nola retired the last ten batters he faced. while manager pete mccannen said he is encouraged. he does not know if nola 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. >> he said he felt good about himself after the three innings and he wanted to go back out. i didn't want him to. >> the union have scored the most goals in major league soccer. if there's one glaring issue winning on the road only one w away from chester. union without a single shot on goal in the first half. good thing andre blake is on the
ball. what a save in the header in the 29th minute. 95th minute, houston, free kick, former union player as close as you get into 0 walk-off in soccer. union lost 1-nill. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> a south jersey swimmer will go for the goal in the upcoming olympics in brazil. she won the 100-meter butterfly. she won the ncaa championships in the 100 and 200-meter butterfly. this is her first time competing in the olympics. while many will be watching michael phelps, don't forget this girl. >> we have more "action news" straight ahead. >> we'll be right back. >> more beach time and
murphy in for chris sowers on his honeymoon. >> reporter: the honeymoon that never ends. storm tracker 6 live showing showers coming through millville and south in sea isle city and cape may and delaware, as well. we'll get to the other side of these and break it down to spotty precipitation later in the day. you can see back on the other side of washington there's not as much rain on the way. for now, a wet start down the shore and staying that way for a couple of hours at least. 69 in philadelphia. 61 in allentown. away from the southern areas where you've got the rain. it's feeling pretty good overall with temperatures in the 60s and dewpoints on the low side still in the 50s, which means not what you would consider humid air, a great morning to go out for a stroll or get exercising done. 71 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 75. noon, 78. we'll go for a mix of sun and clouds.
more clouds the farther south you go, more sun the farther north you go. high of 82 degrees and comfortable and low humidity. when i step inside we'll talk about the phillies forecast, i'll be heading down there with a co-worker of mine. it will be fun. we e we'll be keeping an eye on the fireworks forecast, still a little disagreement on the model. details in the seven day. >> the jersey shore is arguably the best spot for fun. the beaches not busy at this hour, but they will be filling up later this morning. >> people enjoyed a break from the water grilling on the beach in ventnor. we found families taking advantage of the opportunity. some hit the beach fully prepared with tents and two grills. in margate plenty of beach goers
enjoyed the wave and summer sun. but they had to watch out for a strong undertow. >> people were getting sucked over. >> the waves pulled you forward and the neck thing they pull you back deeper. >> the lifeguards say they have had to make more rescues than usual and ask swimmers to stick close to the sand. ♪ beautiful sound there, for some it would not be a holiday without the beautiful sounds of the philadelphia orchestra, hundreds enjoyed this free concert at the kimmel center verizon hall in center city. special guests joined members of the orchestra which included talented musicians ages 14 to 17. i would like to remind you you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. >> septa will hold a news conference this afternoon to discuss the decision to pull
one-third of its regional rail train cars out of service. the france it -- transit agency has removed 120 silver liner cars. "action news" has learned that the defective part is supposed to hold the axle, wheels and motors in place. it could take all summer to fix the problem. the news conference will takes place at 2:00 p.m. you can see it streamed live at 6abc.com. we're learning more about the husband and wife killed in this house fire in morton township. jeff chirico talked to members of the community remembering theodore and barbara fine. >> reporter: firefighters rushed to the scene of the house fire on cedar lane at 6:00 a.m.
police tried to rescue the victims found inside. 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 owners of slack hoagie shop in springfield. >> my belief they got down to the first floor inside the front doorway and got a lung, breath full of super heated gas and smoke and at this point were rendered unconscious. >> reporter: the fire started in the rear of the house where a meat smoker was operating ahead of a planned weekend picnic. one propane tank ruptured and started the fire. neighbors remember them as a kind hearted couple who supported their community. signs thanked the couple for doe dating to various causes. >> they were good to the high school and nice to the people who went into the shop all the time. >> i go to the shop to get food all the time. she liked the salon she would
come in and get her nails done here and bring food here, all the time. very nice people. >> reporter: the couple have two adults sons, their impact on the community wasn't lost on those who tried to save them. >> they were a cornerstone in this community. there wasn't a time when you couldn't reach out to them in a time of need. >> reporter: jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> the world is remembering holocaust survivor, and nobel laureate elie wiesel who passed away at his home at the age of 87. he said hope is not god's gift to humanity, it is a gift to one another. >> reporter: he feels born in romania in 1928 when elie wiesel was just 125 he and his family was sent to the concentration camp. his father and mother and younger sister perished. his mission to make sure the
holocaust would be remembered saying to forget the victims meant killing them a second time. his memoir of the camp's night sold millions of combs. copies, he was a champion of injustice and genocide. president obama said elie wiesel was one of the most prominent holocaust survivor. he went on to point out he raised his voice against antisemitism and bigotry in all forms. he won the peace prize in 1986 for being a voice for generations of the oppressed. the united nations named him a messenger of peace. >> why am i involved in tragic events that occurred to people i've never met on the other side of oceans and continents. it is because i belong to a
traumatized generation, haunted by the world's indifference. >> elie wiesel died as an american citizen, but he spoke for people living under hatred around the globe. trump taj mahal casino is entering its third day of strike. no negotiations are scheduled. more than 1,000 union workers went on strike friday morning, the employees are demanding a pay raise in healthcare benefits. taj owner, karl ichan were too costly for the property. >> a checklist before sending your child off to summer camp. that's next on "action news" sunday morning. >> the mann's summer concert series is going back to the future. >> sky6 live hd looking live at atlantic city, david murphy back
4:20 yesterday afternoon. this is video into "action news" of a massive wildfire ripping into a section of central california south of san francisco. crews are making progress on the flames that threaten the highway in fresno county county. evacuations are underway in san bernadino, california. the fire has leveled five homes and injured three people. >> 7:41, time for accuweather. i got to tell you about the fireworks forecast you talk about the two models fighting it out, i keep thinking of tyra banks and another super model. >> reporter: matt o'donnell says that. we're talking about commuter models they are not being consistent even a day 1/2 away from fireworks on the 4th. we'll show you that and talk about that. for now, we have storm tracker 6 live double scan showing dry conditions across the majority
of the region. down south we have early morning showers popping through. in some cases you get a bout of steadier rain highlighted in yellow. cape may is in the sprinkle category or lighter category right now. for the next couple of hours we're looking at on and off showers and sprinkles popping through. after that we'll have cloudy skies and occasional showers. as we look outside, we have cloudy skies over the commodor barry bridge. you can see the farther north up the river, the better chance you have of brightening conditions. the bank of clouds breaks up north of philadelphia. you see evidence of a that and even directly over the bridge. there's holes in the clouds and chance of sun breaking through. 69 degrees fairly comfortable humidity on the low side. 64 in wilmington. 64 in trenton. 61 in allentown. cool and comfortable no threat of rain up north. 64 in millville. it's the southern areas that may be in and out of shower activity
as we go through the day. the wide view shows you the main batch is what's coming through right now. out to the west it's more of a broken parent and it may be thinks get better in the afternoon. up in the lehigh valley, sun and clouds, a pleasant day high of 82 low humidity, down the shore we are looking at highs in the mid 70s and the farther north you go along the coast, the better chance you have of staying dry, the farther south you go, the better chance you have of spotty showers and it's raining pretty good in spots right now. the farther north, the uv index will be higher, the farther south, the better chance of it being low. in philadelphia, sun and high clouds, occasionally thicker stuff. i think generally the farther north you are from philadelphia, the more sun you see, the farther south, the more clouds. 82 degrees is the high, low humidity. not a bad day. if you're heading to the ballgame, phillies trying to win
a rubber match with the royals. 80 degrees for the first pitch, 81 in the 9th inning, high of 82. overnight partly clothed skies, still comfortable, a low of 66 degrees. winds on the light side, anne probably staying fairly comfortable in terms of humidity. here we go for tomorrow. we're looking at sunshine quickly giving way to clouds on most models. through the morning this local model keeps us dry until 11:30 a.m. or lunchtime. we get into the afternoon, there's a chance of a light spotty shower around. the question is what happens in the evening. this is the model you will enjoy because it holds off on the rain until after the fireworks are done at 11:30 p.m. there's a chance of heavy pockets coming in overnight. there are other models this happens to be the european. by 2:00 p.m. it has spotty shower activity coming in. by 8:00 p.m. most of the region is under the threat of a spotty
shower. this is a lower resolution model. it has a tendency to blanket everywhere enthough we'll see spotty -- even though we'll see spotty precipitation. my call for the 4th, increase in clouds. warm high of 81. there's a chance of nighttime showers, you want to keep your eye on the forecast if either solution winds up being the right one. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, the high 82. sun and clouds, more sun to the north, more clouds to the south and spotty showers down the shore. tomorrow, increasing clouds, rain likely at some point late in the game. hopefully holding off until after the fireworks. 81 is the high. we get into an unsettled and more humid pattern. 81 on tuesday, morning shower. hot and humid, wednesday. thursday, friday, saturday, 90s, oppressive humidity, and
thunderstorms in the latter part of the week, as well. a change is coming, humidity low and outside of the shore we're dry. >> philadelphia's july 4th celebration includes a place where visitors can go forth and learn. dozens of children enjoyed story time at the national constitution yesterday. the ncc has more patriotic events planned today. children across the area are heading to summer camps, whether it's day camp or overnight camps. there are things parents need to keep in mind. tamala edwards has the details in kids health matters. >> reporter: summer camp used to be for the lucky phew, but in the day -- lucky few, but in the day of two career families it's where many kids spend their summer days.
dr. eileen everly said camps can be for inner growth. many camps tried engage a the child's who brain. >> there's a opportunity for kids to find their voice and figure out what they like and never thought they like. >> reporter: while kids focus on the activity, parents should look at healthy basics. if they go to and from the camp on a bus, are their safety betls on the bus. sunscreen are used outdoors, whole make sure it is applied every two hours. if children need medication can the camp make sure the child gets it. if a child gets hurt, how soon can they get the medical attention. >> reporter: prolonged behaviors crying and not sleeping or not eating could signal something
more. >> even the most confident kid who wants to get away from home, may not realize on the first night they are sleeping there and their parents are not there and you can not go back home. >> reporter: role playing can prepare them and help you know they will be ready for summer adventure. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news." >> good information. we'll be right back.
luck. >> the mann center summer concert series is in full swing. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the mann center is celebrating it's 40th anniversary with a line justify of musical performances and movie nights and north american premier of a classic ballet. pittsburgh simple phone will take -- symphony will take audiences back to the future. the symphony takes the stage again with pokeman the video game concert of the year. this is video game music that is popular. the actual music is or which hed for a live symphony orchestra. >> reporter: the summer season features a parade of stars from rock to raggae. >> from bob dylan to bonnie
raitt the list goes on and on. >> reporter: july 20th, the man presents, the north american fire bird. >> reimagine through a south african lens. >> reporter: philadelphia orchestra will play the russian score as dancers armed with puppets will bring the myth i canal story to life. >> you will see big birds. >> reporter: the show includes grammy award winning south african vocal ensemble. >> it's going to be magical it's not like anything we've done. >> reporter: the man center's 40th anniversary runs through september. go to arts in philly.org or 6abc loves the arts for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers.
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>> reporter: for most of the us not bad. as we look at storm tracker 6 live double scan we have issues down the shore, as we have off and on shower activity only the way. looks like this morning batch will end over the next couple of hours and we're into more scattered precipitation. 69 degrees out the door in philadelphia. 65 in allentown. 68 in a wet cape cape may. this afternoon we're going for a high of 82 which is below average and it should be comfortable away from the areas with spotty shower activity. clouds and sun. >> 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: good morning everyone, coming up on "g.m.a." this sunday we have new developments in the e-mail
scandal that has been haunting hillary clinton's campaign. the presidential candidate submitted to voluntary questioning by the fbi in an interview that lasted for three hours, we hear from hillary for the first time after the closed door inquiry. an american and two other u.s. students among the 20 hostages dead. what the hostages endured and the latest on the claim of responsibility. it could be the biggest upset in tennis history. the number one player lost to player ranked at 21. a shock to the world. >> hope to see you soon. "good morning america" is weekend is next. "action news" continues later this morning. here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for you. >> we'll have continuing
coverage of the septa sidelining one thirty of regional rails. if your holiday plans include fireworks we have activisms on keeping your pooch safe and sound. plus, david murphy has more in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, including fireworks forecast. for gray hall, chris sowers, david murphy, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m. ♪
good morning, america. new overnight, hillary clinton's fbi interview. answering questions about her prove e-mail server. whether classified information was mishandled. what she's saying about the meeting. could it change the shape of the presidential race? terror attack. three students from american universities among the 20 hostages killed in the bloodbath at an upscale bakery in bangladesh popular with foreigners. who was behind this? how the terrorists decided ho would live and who would die. kid crime fighters. the siblings caught home alone when burglars broke in. rushing into a closet to call 911. >> what happened? >> they just came into my parents' room. >> police speeding to the scene. the little superheroes