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>> good morning 4:30 a.m., thursday, april 11. here's what we're following. police chase and arrest, a murder suspect after the deadly gunfire went off in north philadelphia. >> show us what you got. we get a look at doug peterson and his rookie quarterback when they take to the field at the linc. >> you will not believe how aatrocious it will be at kickoff at 7:00 p.m. david is off, hopefully sitting somewhere cool. let's go over to karen rogers
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with more on the atrocious heat good morning. >> reporter: national weather service has upgraded the heat watch to a heat warning. the heat index will feel like over 100 that's not just today, but the next few days, 81 degrees already in philadelphia. even in the lehigh valley, the upper 71s. 71 in the poconos. 79 in millville and dover. you can see the flow out of the south southwest that's what's allowing the hot humid air mass and oppressive humidity, 76-degree dewpoint. anything over 7 -- oppressive. hot and humid, sunshine and clouds. chance of a spotty thunderstorm, on the radar there's a couple
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sprinkles matt. >> reporter: all right, karen, welcome to miami, where is is m- we have all lanes taken out between schuylkill expressway and broad street. they should be gone and everything reopened in the half-hour. paving work going on on radnor township at godfrey road. nasty crash along media line road at west chester pike. we have bridge work on the burlington brings
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tacony-palmyra bridges. those crews haveu mean and gone home. as you pack the delaware river. right now you're clear. knob off ramp to 130 was closed, it's open now, you're gohe to go. new eagles era begins tonight, kick job offer -- kickoff at 7:00 a.m. annie mccormick joins it is live from lincoln financial field and they have lifted a restriction in an effort fans to keep from getting overheated. >> reporter: they want you tohy. once you enter the stadium you'll be allowed to have a 16-ounce factory issued water
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bottle. let's be honest, tailgaters they have to get prepared too, this is their try out for the easily season. we've been following the eagles preseason practices for several weeks since they began. a couple of debuts tonight. for one, doug peterson as head coach. he doesn't think he will sleep tonight the first against the buccaneers. fans are eager to see how play. peter not to keep the play book simple, but don't expect them to hold back on calling plays. as for quarterback, sam bradford is expected to play the first half, carson wentz is expected to play for the second half. all eyes on his debut. >> i'm just going to play ball and show what i can do and the rest will take care of itself. >> i want to see the timing and accuracy and decision making with him. i want to see him move the offense, especially coming out of the locker room and the
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second half of the game and starting fast depending on whatever happens at the coin toss. i want to see that execution and lead the football team especially in his first game. >> reporter: back to the fans, everybody wants to make sure they are going to be safe. this heat is not just hot. it is dangerous heat. they want to make sure you're hydrated, if 16-ounce is not enough for you, there's drinks in the stadium, themselves. tailgaters might want to have other beverages. be comfortable watch our eagles debut for the season. reporting live outside the link, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> back to you. >> the philadelphia corporation for aging will open its heat hot line today running from noon until midnight. there's the number,
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(215)765-9040. new this morning, police made a quick arrest following a deadly shooting in north philadelphia. a 46-year-old man was shot in the stomach on the 2900 block of germantown avenue at 11:00 p.m. the victim was rushed to temple university hospital where he later died. police saw a man running from the scene with a gun in hand him they chased him and they saw him toss the gun. the man was taken intody. earch efforts will look for a manhe schuylkill river last seen near thereet chestnut street bridge in center city. it is not clear how he ended up in the water, if he jumped, fell or was pushed. two good samaritans jumped in
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and were pulled from the river themselves. they will be okay. kids were stung by wasp in delaware, three youngsters had to be taken to a. i. dupont hospital for serious stings. an extreme -- exterminator was called out to spray the wasp nest. two women who were hurt in the train crash in port richmond, have reached a settlement. dozens of other lawsuits are pending. amtrak was taken responsibility for the crash back in may of last year, 8 people killed and 200 injured. ever new day brings a new controversy, this time comments from donald trump who called president obama the founder of isis at a rally last night after trump had to answer to the
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secret service about the second amendment and hillary clinton. and clinton is dealing with e-mail drama and pay for access. >> reporter: caught up in a war of words, the candidates are firing pointed jabs. >> words matter. yesterday we witnessed the latest in a long line of casual comments from donald trump that crossed the line. >> reporter: accusing the nominee of insighting violence. >> -- inciting violence. trump insists he was referring to the unit of second amendment supporters. >> it reveals the lice, the deception and -- lies, the deception and
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>> reporter: trump accuses clinton of exchanging donations from the clinton foundation for favors at the state department. >> it's illegal. >> reporter: clinton campaign said hillary clinton never took action to the secretary of state because of donations to the foundation. >> isis, is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. he is the founder of isis. >> reporter: just last week trump made the same allegation against hillary clinton the white house has declined to comment about his latest accusation. >> remember to download our free 6abc app to stay on top of the developments in the presidential race. you'll get breaking news and live results on election night. >> a sheriff's deputy is gunned down in arkansas and his k-9 dog
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not even 5:00 a.m. in the morning and we are scorching. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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down in bringing down trees es. the weak twister had winds up to 70 miles per hour. it uprootedrees and snapped othe.
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no injuries were reported. >> time for accuweather. the minute you step outside, it feels like a swamp. >> reporter: check on elderlyfrs g pemplet that we're dealing -- period of time that we're dealing with this. no storms, i want to show you a closer look, a little bit of aing sprinkle in coatsville and doylestown, that's ground clutter around the radar site. that's something we're watching, very tiny. camera shaking a little bit, but we have lots of clouds in atlantic city. already feeling muggy. let's look at the numbers, the
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today hot and humid, sunshine and clouds, 93. it will feel like 100. winds out of the southwest pumping up the hot and humid air. why not hit the beach, it will be very warm with tropical humidity, you have a sea breeze helping you out. the jersey beaches will be 87, 89 degrees which beats our 93. this is heat index tracker,
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10:00 a.m., in the 90s, 2:00 p.m. feeling like 102. look at this we've been talking about the eagles game. 8:00 p.m., the heat index today, it will feel like 96 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 93 chance for a storm. hotter tomorrow, 95. scorching heat on saturday, 96. sunday, still stifling, 95. monday, 91 not as brutal, but still humid, finally relief comes on tuesday, 86 feeling comfortable wednesday with the atlantic city air show and 84. don't forget to go to, we've all the latest on the heat and the humidity and when we may see relief. you can check it around around e clock. get set for a long and humid period. a man is accused of taking
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a man at gunpoint. a man went in and threatened two nurses with their lives. he took his girlfriend from the hospital who is there for bipolar does or. >> a k-9 unit was hit a sheriff's deputy who was about to retire was killed. the suspect, held police at bay for four hours after the shooting. he was wearing a bullet proof vest and had explosive in his home. the k-9 was in the patrol car and ran off after the shooting. it took 150 firefighters to battle the blaze in l.a. flames poured from the roof of the two homes.
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it 140 firefighters to extinguish the plays. it began in one home and spread to the house next-door. a third home was damaged. there were though serious injuries reported.
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>> reporter: a little bit steamy, a little bit sticky out
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there on this thursday morning, as we look live from the commodor barry bridge at talen energy stadium. this is the girard point bridge at i-95 and broad street. is it feeling like football? not football weather, wear your green today. on broad street, things look fine on i-95. meanwhile, on the vine street expressway busy with construction. looks like the westbound lanes are in the process of reopening, eastbound lanes are blocked for another ten minutes. new crash in norristown, main street at sam bridge street. there's one in hat overnight paving work in radnor township along godfrey road. use newtown road or paoli road. there is a crash in media, at
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west chester pike. construction along 295, a lane out, but the crews should be out of there in the next few minutes. a look for the public at the morman temple it is the first temple in the city in fact in the entire state of pennsylvania. the temple is open right now for public tours through september 9 except on sunday, it will be dedicated on september 18. after that, only church members in good standing will be allowed to enter. >> time for a look at business at the big board, netflix is planning to boost it's programming big time. it will spend $6 billion on programming over the next year. netflix entered the tv production with house of cards. the plan plans more original
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content and new seasons for returning shows. stocks fell slightly yesterday trading on wall street. futures point to slightly higher this morning. girl scouts have two new cookie, one includes a graham cookie and the other is a graham sandwich with chocolate and marshmallow filling. i think this former girl scout might be interested. >> i tend to buy my cookies from a special girl scout you know well. you can sign me up for a couple of boxes of those. we talk to a woman who shot a video of a driver texting while driving no hands on the wheels. twin sisters in berks
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county share a close bond. it gets closer with the birth of their children. and spent eleven months in a pow vcamp.m what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. when you fly over enemy territory, the odds might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way.
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a lesbian couple is challenging state regulations that prevent them from getting help with conception. they have filed a discrimination lawsuit they say they were denied insurance coverage for fertility treatment because they
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are in same sex relationship. the couple is joined by two other couples in the lawsuit gains new jersey's department of banking and insurance. former eagles linebacker, meryl robert junior has been charged in aonzi scheme. they used money to keep themselves in lavish lifestyle. twin sisters gave birth to their children on the same day. the new mothers shared everything growing up, from cloths to sports and birthdays. >> it's pretty cool.
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>> reporter: the twins say they didn't plan on being pregnant at the same time. but in the end their due states were only a day apart. >> their friends say you planned this. the west chester man who is in the middle of a cross country journey raised money for als has a new twist to the ice bucket challenge. those stories and more coming up. i approve this message.
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>> good morning, everyone, it is 5:00 a.m., thursday, august 11. here's what's happening. exclusive video to "action news" appears to show quite the brazen act of distracted driving. operation golden eyes, the other than of a delaware pawn shop. find out how police say the schem worked. >> there's a live look over penns landing, it's going to be a hot day, an excessive heat warning has been issued. >> it's not time for the sun to come up, it is 81 degrees. david is off, karen rogers is here and matt pellman. >> reporter: that's why the national weather service has an excessive heat warning in place, no longer a watch, a warning. hazy, hot and humid conditions. the heat index will feel like 100 degrees or more.


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