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. good morning, 6:00 a.m., thursday, july 14. matt o'donnell is off, erin o'hern is joining us. >> excessive heat will feel uncomfortable for most people, but for others it could be dangerous. >> police announce charge for an incident at a lehigh valley high school. last call for some bars as the democratic convention takes over philadelphia. >> a lot of people looking to make a little money during that week. let's go outside to david murphy here's feeling the heat and humidity, karen rogers has the commute. >> reporter: it's a warm, muggy start across the region, we're building toward excessive heat as we go through the day. starting out on satellite and radar there's a fair moornt of clouds around -- fair amount of clouds around this morning.
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we had sprinkles and showers, but they are falling apart. west of us, we'll fire up thunderstorms that will come in during the afternoon. the big story today is excessive heat. we have an warning that kicks in at noon and doesn't expire until 8:00 p.m. friday evening. the warning area is the central portion highlighted in purple. all the counties with the heat index values with well over 100 at times this afternoon. everybody else is in an advisory away from the shore. in those areas it's uncomfortably hot and humid. we're in the mid 70s everywhere. the dewpoints are up over 70. that means oppressive humidity from allentown to the shore. as we roll through the day, rolling out to do an early morning workout, you can get it done, you'll want cool drinks before and afterwards because it's muggy. 75 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., we're in the 80s, we spend the majority of afternoon in the 90s with a high of 94 around 3:30 p.m. and kind of
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sitting on that through 5:00 p.m. or so. two excessive days, a little better for the weekend. those details coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: all right, dave let's talk about the regional rails, no delays kicking in. yesterday afternoon 7:00 p.m. we began to see delays and trains that become compress -- express with overcrowding. if you're heading out now it's a good time to do it. vine street expressway, jamming exiting off to the schuylkill expressway watch for that volume. the vine will close again tonight for the construct. we have an accident in delaware county. we're hearing that someone is trapped in a vehicle. the vehicle is overturned. we've got emergency workers responders coming to the scene in upper chichester township on meeting house road near bridge road. watch for emergency vehicles on the scene. there's an accident in montgomery county horsham
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blocking the intersection of blair mill and easton road. there's a couple of spots you have to watch out for. >> as david has said excessive heat and humidity is back today. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick is live at the art museum. the last time we expect in with you, you said not so bad, a little bit after breeze, is it still that way? >> reporter: no breeze to be honest, but it's not as bad as it's going to be later on today. if you're going to exercise i suggest you do it now. take a look behind me, you can see a bunch of people rolled out their yoga mats they are doing their early morning workout at the bottom of the art museum steps before it gets too hot. there's a group of people over there playing pokeyman go. a lot of people out here before it gets too hot.
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the heat warning begins at noon, that activates special summer heat programs that includes daytime outreach for the homeless and senior citizens. seniors are encouraged to stay in air-conditioning. if you don't have air-conditioning, open windows to release trapped hot air. if you exercise go to the gyms or go outside now, doctors warn signs heat exhaustion includes sweating and dizziness, one sign is that the sweating stops. take a look at this phone number. this is the phone number that the philadelphia corporation of aging puts out on their heat line. that's activated today from noon to midnight. the (215)765-9040. another reminder that we need to check on our seniors to make sure that they are okay if they
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need any help that heat line will help them out. back out here live you can see the people doing planks right there. maybe issued join that before it gets too warm. montgomery county has issued a code red that means the county programs are in effect. another reminder i like to talk about our pets when you're in heat like this as the heat progresses if you have a pet do not leave your pet in the car because the vehicles can quickly turn into an oven in heat like this. live on the art museum steps, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> investigators in the lehigh valley have charged a teenager after an incident at emmaus high school. someone dropped bullets in the bathroom to cause an early dismissal.
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the boy was charged with juvenile violation and defiant trespass and disorderly conduct. it was an active crime scene on the streets of christiana delaware where two men were shot. investigators say the victims drove themselves to the hospital. it is 6:06. philadelphia police found out how much residents appreciate their hard work and courage and dedication. hundreds turned out for a rally mayfair last night. many showed up hope that no officers were killed or injured protecting people's rights to protest. >> it's not blue lives matter or black lives matter it's all lives matters. >> when something happens to either you or i, we are the first ones to call the police. we need to show them the respect and the love. >> the rally lasted for almost 3 hours it was orderly
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police did not have to block off any streets. >> tonight abc will host a town hall with president obama about race relations and criminal justice reform and policing. you can watch the president and the people a national conversation tonight at 8:00 p.m. on 6abc. tsa is using technology to take time off your waited security checkpoints. maribel a about themmer is -- aber is live at the nasdaq. >> reporter: tsa is looking to automate security checkpoints to cut down on the wait times as part of an effort to keep bags and travelers moving in the screening lanes. automatic belts move are being tested. new screening lanes with state indicated -- sophisticateed
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lanes. futures are pointing to a higher open. fiat chrysler wants hacker to identify security risks and prevent cyber attacks on the their vehicle. they have a bug bounty program offering $1,500 to identify critical software issues. the move comes after the fbi warned car makers that their products were vulnerable to hacking. that's the latest from the nasdaq, back over to you, tam and erin. >> somebody wrote on facebooki. if david murphy can't, i can't. >> reporter: it's better than snow. get a bucket of water. your snow cone will melt in two seconds today. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are virtually dry.
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there might be a leftover sprinkle here or there other than that wet roads and showers that have gotten off the map. we have sky6 live hd it's cloudy and muggy and hazy. down the shore low-lying cloud cover. that will break for sun today. once the sun pokes out from behind the clouds it will feel oppressive. 76 degrees in philadelphia. mid 70s from allentown to the shore. the dewpoints running very high today. it's definitely humid. through the morning, it doesn't look like we have too much more precipitation, by noon we'll see sun mixing through. not that that is a good thing. we have a feature coming through this afternoon that will have a chance of trigger spotty drenching shower or thunderstorm. probably in a line as it comes in from the north and west. 3:00 p.m., the model wants it in places like allentown and reading. by somewhere around 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., it could be around the i-95 corridor.
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if you see something like this it could produce a drenching downpour. it's off the coast this evening. some lightning and heavy downpours and brief gusty wind. if you hear thunder get out of the pool or off the beach and indoors wherever you are. hot in the lehigh valley, 90 is the high therele feeling worse than that. down the shore you could get some relief along the jersey coast. it will be warm, but we'll have a breeze off the ocean that will help you cool you down a little bit. in delaware, it will be in the low 90s and humid down along the shore in delaware. hot and humid in philadelphia. winds out of the southwest at 8 to 16 miles per hour keep in mind with that high humidity the heat index value this afternoon for several hours will be up over 100. in fact here's a model that's showing you 101 starting at
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2:00 p.m. staying there through 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. and 99 at 6:00 p.m. some urban centers could go higher thanchts. than that. 77 overnight tonight warm and mug. tomorrow, it continues, 94 today. 96 tomorrow. two more days of dangerous heat. take it easy out there. cool drinks and ac breaks all important over the next several days. there's the excessive heat today and tomorrow. clouds and sun on saturday, 89. not as hot or humid, moderately humid and probably dry. we get a degree of relief on saturday. saturday night into sunday morning, some of the models are suggesting a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. sunday, 91. monday hot and humid, the next chance of rain is tuesday in the afternoon and evening as another cold front comes through.
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>> welcome back, 6:15 on this thursday morning, it looks a little gloomy there, gloom and doom, i guess. it's hot hazy and humid. it's going to be a scorcher up until the weekend. be careful stay in the air-conditioning and drink lots of water. >> let's find out what to expect with the weather, but start with traffic and karen rogers good morning. >> reporter: we have a serious accident involving an overturned vehicle and twin -- someone is trapped inside the vehicle. ems on the scene, as well. this is meeting house road delaware county upper chichester
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, they are blocking two lanes meeting house near bridge road. watch for that accident causing big problems. the action cam heading to the scene right now. an accident blair mill road at easton road police and ems on the scene, as well. it's blocking the intersection that's causing a problem, as will in montgomery county in shore ham. dekalb pike welsh road a similar scene you can see the clouds hanging tough out there. not looking at any rain. storm tracker 6 live double can shows we had showers that dissipated. the fog is a bit of an issue. five miles at philadelphia international. north of the city in montgomery and bucks and parts of chester we have fog in between the reporting sites, but just a half mile now in dover, delaware he and millville, new jersey. fog is a little bit of an issue. on the the commuter traffic report we've got stop the ninja
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who i like to talk to saying there's foggy weather 422 upper prove -- providence, as well. >> a frightening situation played out at a walmart in upstate new york. >> what are you doing dude? >> i plan on killing people. >> police say the 13-year-old boy stole a pellet gun and pointing it at customers, saying he suffered from a mental health crisis. else facing petty larceny with additional charges expected. >> new on "action news" photos show a bear that snuck into a new jersey home. it was 3 feet tall and 100 pounds. it bear broke the basement window and squeezed through the room and left through the garage door. since the bear broke into a home they took an extra step using
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gunfire they were right. wildlife officials say the bear will be just fine. it is in the woods. >> later last call, the dnc is about the political party in more ways than one. david. >> reporter: take a look we have an excessive heat warning that goes into effect at noon today and doesn't expire until friday evening. heat index values today and tomorrow climbing above 100 degrees at times during the afternoon. i'll have the day planner forecast and check out the airport conditions coming up. >> reporter: in in tech bytes, adds are coming to the summer's biggest sensation, pokeyman go will have sponsored locations. the it's hopes of driving customers inside their establishments. a browser steks -- extension that blocks all
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on 6abc. >> reporter: i love viola davis, i would be happy to see her, too. let's look outside at the fog, the visibility some spots half mile, this is i-95 approaching the airport in delaware county. traffic moving okay, just a little foggy there. we have a different problem in delaware county. the action cam is heading to the scene in upper chichester township on meeting house road there's an accident involving an overturned vehicle blocking two lanes, it's a serious one, dave. >> reporter: we have heat and humidity, it will build quick as we go through the morning. as we head out to the bus stop early, 75. 78 by 10:00 a.m. noon, 89. this afternoon hot and oppressive, 94 is the high. heat index values will make it feel like 100 in a lot of spots this afternoon and there could be a brief shower or thunderstorm dropping in the
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northwest as well. drenching downpours and along with lighten and brief gusting winds. no signs of precipitation in our travel destinations, if you want to get out of town and getaway from this, good weather to do it. >> the sports world celebrated the biggest moments of the year. villanova basketball team was up for four awards, but lost out on all four. peyton planning and kobe bryant -- peyton manning and could he be bryant were honored for retiring. labron james called for a stop to all the violence 'retaliation.
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>> philadelphia has been awarded a 43 million-dollar federal grant to secure the city during the upcoming national convention. wendy saltzman is looking into how that money is being spent and why you should care. >> reporter: how are your tax dollars being used at the democratic national convention. >> we're the watchdog for the justice department. we watch the money and see where it's going. >> reporter: the past controversies over the misuse of convention money. >> if it is misused by the city they will be required to repay it. >> reporter: albe talking to the
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nrp -- inspector general tonight at 11:00 p.m. the standard last call in philadelphia is 2:00 a.m. the state legislator let the liquor control board approve certainly permits to certain bars and hotels. it was allowed in 2000. in the next 48 hours we'll have unbearable heat. david murphy will help you through it. >> we have a terrible crash in the early morning hours in the lehigh valley, that update isne. >> now on "action news," look
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at that hot, humid haze out there. you can see it on sky6 live hd.
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you don't just feel it you can see it. >> the president will lead a town hall for a call to action for the police and the community they serve. good morning, 6:30 thursday, july 14. matt o'donnell is off, erin o'hern is joining us. let's get a look at the hot humid weather with david murphy and karen rogers has the traffic. >> reporter: definitely starting out muggy across the region. we have a fair amount of cloud cover, i'm seeing a little bit of indication of brightening on the horizon. big story today, excessive heat warning that kicks in at noon and endsy evening. it's a warning in central counties where the heat index goes over 100 degrees for next several afternoons and for several hours. heat advisory for the shore and lehigh valley and past reading. advisory means it's
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uncomfortable this afternoon an everyone needs to take it easy today. check on the seniors, too, to make sure they have the air-conditioner or open windows and fans going. cloud cover will give way to sunshine today. you see the shower activity that falls apart in the overnight hours by pittsburgh that will fire up this afternoon around here. we could get a brief downpour out of that. 76 degrees in philadelphia. mid 70s just about everywhere. everyone is dealing with dewpoints over 70 that means oppressive humidity especially as you get out there and start working out or doing something physical. as the sun comes up and the temperatures rise it's going to be oppressive whether or not you're doing work out there. looks like we'll start out in the 70s and winds up in the 80s quickly this morning and spend most of the afternoon in the mid 90s with the high of 94 around 3:30 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. oppressive heat and humidity for two days. after that it gets better for
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the weekend. >> reporter: we have more problems, 15 minutes with the glenside line and 13 minute on the west trenton line. we expect to see more of a problem in the next half-hour or so. we saw a handful of trains dealing with overcrowding and causing them to run express. that hadn't happened yet so far this morning. but expect around 7:00 a.m. we have a serious accident in delaware county upper chichester township. the action cam heading to the scene involving an overturned vehicle and someone is trapped in the vehicle. we have police on the scene, ems and fire crews on the scene. causing restrictions meeting house road and bridge road. avoid that area. another accident montgomery county blocking the intersection blair mill and easton road that intersection blocked, as well. roads are wet after the showers moved through in spots. we're seeing fog not too bad on 42. that's the northbound traffic coming up from deptford, no
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delays just yet, tam. okay, thank you karen. soupy is an understatement, excessive heat returns to the region with a vengeance. david murphy is talking about it our annie mccormick is out in so you know what to expect as you head out the are door. >> reporter: good morning, tam we heard david talk about how it's going to be oppressive as the sun comes up. take a look behind me, there are groups they keep moving there are a lot of different exercise groups getting out here early this morning. i said at 5:00 a.m. where are they? are is they staying inside because it's too hot. you can see the group said they are mindful of the
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heat, as well. in the city of philadelphia there will be a number of programs that are activated because of the excessive heat warning. those special summer heat programs that the health commissioner talked about including daytime outreach for the homeless and outreach for seniors, they are encouraged to stay in irconditioning. if you don't have air-conditioning use fans and open windows to release trapped hot air. doctors warn signs of heat exhaustion include sweating, cramps, headaches, fatigue and dizziness and if it escalates to heat stroke, one sign is that the sweating stocks. we spoke to dr. david targon. >> fluids fluids fluids get out of the sun immediately and cool your body using fans and getting
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into the air-conditioning, as well. >> reporter: keep cool, philadelphia corporation of aging heat line will operate starting today at noon and goes through midnight and friday 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. that heat line (215)765-9040. now, back out here live, you can see a number of people are trying to getting their work out in early. montgomery county has issued a code red which means their county programs are activated. don't forget about your pets, pets that have flat faces they can't breathe as well. make sure that the walks outside are brief and they have pleasant of water and do not leave your pets in the vehicle today. reporting along the art museum steps, annie mccormick back to you. >> we have breaking news in the lehigh valley, two men were killed when their car slammed into a tree.
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it happened along 1700 block of broadway in salisbury township. young children are among 6 people hurt in a crash that left car parts over martin luther king. chopper 6 hd was over the fairmont park a. 6 people were taken to the hospital. a 33-year-old woman was the only person seriously injured. 6:36 a.m. president obama is devoting the week to working on race relations. a major part of the effort takes place tonight a landmark town hall you'll see on 6abc. the president is said to meet with the son of the late alten sterling who was killed in baton rouge. today is the funeral of man who was killed in minnesota. the two encounters with police
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set off nationwide protests. conservative republican tim scott of south carolina gave a powerful speech about how he has been racially profiled by police repeatedly seen as an elected official. >> i have felt the anger, the frustration, the sadness and the hue millation -- hue -- being tarted for being just -- targeted for being just yourself. president obama admitted the nation is not close to getting close between police and communities of color but said we have to grind it out. we invite you to join the president and the people a
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national conversation at 8:00 p.m. on 6abc. tobacco taxes are rising by one dollar that will include smokeless and electronic cigarettes. digital downloads are subject to 6 arrests state sales tax as well. mother nature is delivering a one-two punch after rainstorms came through 3 inches fell south of the city and zonk -- sinkholes opened up. i usually look out the window to see if it is raining, but i can't see because they were so steamy. >> reporter: we have wet roads as we look outside we have cloud cover over most of the region. although in this shot over the
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commodor barry bridge looks like the sun is trying to break through over the left side of the screen and eventually you'll get sun back into play. 76 muggy degrees. look at the dewpoint, 74. the air saturated and soupy anything over 70 on the dewpoint means oppressive humidity. winds out of the southwest at 7 miles per hour. not all that strong this morning. future tracker 6 has an errant shower that is not popping up. 12:00, a mix of clouds and sun and probably dry. a feature will be coming through this afternoon that will have a tendency to put a line of drenching showers a thunderstorm region. by 3:00 p.m.,as
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out in the northern and western suburbs. 3:00 p.m. in and around the i-95 corridor and hoff -- off the coast this evening. these will not be widespread, but spotty. while they are coming through while they are scattered producing heavy rain like yesterday, maybe gusty winds ahead of downpour and of course, thunder with lightning. so, if you're in the pool, it's a great day to be in the pool, if you hear thunder get out right away. i know the lifeguards you off the beach or out of the pool. you want to be pro active about that planner forecasty 10:00 a.m. 89 by noon. this afternoon we're in the mid 90s, 3:00 p.m., 93 the high of 94 hitting around 3:30 p.m. and we sit there for 2 1/2 hours. the heat index values will make it feel worse. 93 in wilmington, 92 in trentont oppressively humid. down the shore, 85 in cape may, new jersey, and 87 up the pike in atlantic city. if you're rehoboth beach there's not much of a sea breeze, delaware beach in the 90s.
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moat -- metro area heat index is at 101 around 2:30 p.m. we could seep it go up to 103 or 104. 80 z down the shore in south jersey with the seaks, you -- sa breeze. you can see the configuration of the land did not encourage a sea breeze. we're hotter there. today, 94. tomorrow, 96. oppressive heat and humid for two days and things get better for the weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows you the oppressive heat days with the mid 90s the next next couple. 89 on saturday, we could get showers saturday night into sunday morning. hot high of 91. hot and humid, monday, next chance of rain is tuesday
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afternoon with the next cold front coming through. two more days of this stuff, folks. >> thank you, david. 67:42 a.m. up next, rm something wrong was going near disney world at the same time of the attack on the child. scary statistics of road rage and how many drivers admit to encaging in it. >> reporter: i-95 northbound camera is shaking near columbus boulevard. we're getting images of a serious accident involving an overturned vehicle, i'll show you the latest when "action news" comes right back.
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clouds. you can see the sun peeking out hind them, and guess what? it's actually going to be a hot day, hot, hazy and humid, that's why we see the got to stay hydrated and in the air-conditioning. >> reporter: get the lawn chair outut it in front of the fan and spend the day that way. >> reporter: i don't know anyone who can do that, why not. let's hit the roads right now. we've got a new accident coming in. this just happened in the last minute popping up in our cameras. this is the schuylkill expressway eastbound approaching girard we can see police blocking the right lane. looks like this truck is involved and they are just starting to pull it off to the side it is blocking the center lane with the accident on the schuylkill expressway eastbound we've got police on the scene
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approaching girard and look at the traffic backup. it's a bad spot to have an accident. you can see the police picking up debris throwing it off to the side of the road trying to get ready to open the lane up. schuylkill expressway eastbound police on the scene, a couple of vehicles involved including that truck was blocking the center. it's currently blocking two lanes. traffic backing up eastbound approaching girard. looks like they work hard out there, they will walk around on the highway pick up the debris and throat it out of here and clear the scent scene. you see a person coming off the car breaking news schuylkill expressway eastbound approaching girard an accident blocking two lanes, i think they will let some traffic get through, looks like they picked up the debris. it is not the only serious accident out here, this one in delaware county, a terrible accident overturned vehicle meeting house road we have police on the scene, fireworkers
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on the scene and ems on the scene. our action cam on the scene. you can you can see the people shocked as they are look he the scene on the front lawn, they have an accident on the lawn of a house. this vehicle completely on its side. someone was trapped in the vehicle, you can see the debris thrown out including a child car seat, horrible accident. thank you karen. new information, firefighters in disney world were warned to stop feeding the alligators two months before the gators killed a toddler. they were admonished for feeding one of two alligators at the station it's less than a half mile from seven seas lagoon the lake at the disney park where lane graves was pulled into the water and drown. donald trump vp's search has entered a frenzy stage with
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the promise of making the announcement tomorrow morning. he met with governor mike pence and newt gingrich and jeff sessions and chris christie who met with his family on a tuesday. hillary clinton is said to be in the final stages of her vp search. an announcement is expected to come in the next ten days before the dnc in south philadelphia. the entire "action news" team will cover every angle of the democratic national convention from the politics to the protests. "action news" will be in cleveland for the republican national convention look for reports from jim gardner and sarah bloomquist starting tomorrow. we'll be right back. every item through the store. buy one get one at half price. our biggest sale of the year is a blast! blinds to go. blinds for life. blinds to go's annual storewide sale going on now.r at
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on "g.m.a." >> ginger zee joins us with what's coming up after "action news." >> good morning, tam and erin it's great to be with you. coming up on "g.m.a.," we had four superstars opening the ceremony with a direct challenge dressing gun violence and heightened racial tension. all the details behind that incredible moment. tragic death of a navy seal trainee. his death named homicide by drowning. collaboration may have led
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to their split and what's swift's ex-boyfriend is fighting back on twitter. >> sometimes whether you break up, you should stay out of it and leave each other alone. >> reporter: let's take a look at the latest situations we have here. i showed you the accident on the schuylkill expressway approaching girard and told you they were in the process of clearing it. they pushed it off to the shoulder. police and penndot there, you're extra heavy on the schuylkill expressway eastbound right now. delays just starting to begin on some of the regional rails now, dave. >> reporter: on the big board we are warm and muggy, 8:00 a.m., 76 which is where we are now. 10:00 a.m., 81. this afternoon oppressively hot and humid, 94 degrees. we'll hit that around 3:30 p.m. and sit there for 2 1/2 hours. it will feel like 100 or higher than that with the combined heat
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and humidity. plus, there's a chance of a brief downpour from a brief thunderstorm take cover if they head your way. >> new this morning, apparently the daily grind is getting to us. 8 out of ten drivers admitted expressing anger aggression or road rage once the previous year. an estimated 8 million drivers endaindle -- engaged in extreme haver including ramming a car on purpose or getting out of their cars to confront another driver.
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county arc vehicle struck a parked card at an upper chichester home and overturned an hour ago. you're looking at the picture of the 3200 block of meeting house road. an adult and child were pulled from the wreckage and rushed to the hospital karen, you've been talking about this. >> reporter: hard to look at this, you can see the debris including a car seat. this is meeting house road up chichester township. police and emergency workers on the the scene. >> reporter: the big story the heat warning and advisory covers
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everywhere away from the meadea. take it easy out there. >> we'll be back to talk about the building heat along with traffic. for matt o'donnell, erin o'hern, karen rogers, and david murphy, have a good one.
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good morning, america. the final countdown. donald trump says he is ready to reveal his running mate as the search for his veep plays out like a reality show. >> i'm at three, potentially four, but in my own mind i probably am thinking about two. >> newt gingrich saying it's down to him and governor mike pence. who is packing their bags to join trump on the trail just days before the republican convention. demanding action at the espys. >> it's time to look in the mirror and ask ourself what is are redoing to create change. we all have to do better. >> lebron james leads nba stars in a challenge to the world's greatest athletes, taking on deadly gun violence. >> it has to stop. enough. enough is enough. >> the dramatic moment on one of sports' biggest nights. >>


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