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>> are a mother's grief and anger is echoing in a camden neighborhood as the commute remembers 8-year-old gabriel carter, an innocent victim caught in crossfire. this morning there's a call for justice as her killer is still out there on the run. >> 2016, donald trump catches heat for a comment that politicized a tragedy, and hillary clinton's running mate is coming to the area. >> jeff skeverski has an update on carson wentz come back from an injury. >> 7:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd taking a live look for you, nice shot of city hall,
the sun is up, it is getting ready to deliver another scorcher. >> outside we go, meteorologist chris sowers nydia han is off today, alicia vitarelli here, chris it's the weekend, but i don't think you have any good news, right? >> reporter: not bad news, temperatures in the 90s, i'm sure a lot of you are sick and tired of that. at least we're seeing sunny skies, head to the shore and enjoy yourself. get out of the heat you'll pick up a sea breeze later this afternoon and temperatures will get into the 80s for places like cape may and stone harbor and sea isle city. if you stay put in the city it will not be too terribly bad, 90 degrees. 61 in allentown. beautiful in the lehigh valley, low humidity levels they are the 50s in the poconos, trenton, 635. millville, 66. dover, 72. 66 is the number for lancaster, 65 in reading.
satellite and radar, just like yesterday we'll keep the skies bright and sunny, just a few clouds during the afternoon, that's about it, we're not tracking any rain in the foreseeable future. forecast for today, sun and cloud, hot, slightly more humid, the high is 90 degrees feeling like 91. the humidity increases as we ast into monday, high temperature, 92 feeling like 95. we have good news for you in the seven-day forecast. that's the bad right there. the good, we'll see a fall-like cold front slide through on thursday, wait until you see how low some of the temperatures drop off by friday afternoon. when i come back in just a few minutes i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast. >> friday is the day. 7:03. new this morning, police say the man who has been groping women throughout philadelphia while riding a bike may have struck again. investigators are look investigating at a new assault.
the new case was reported by a woman overnight on the 1600 block of became bridge street in south philadelphia. a man on a bike touched her inappropriately as she was walking home from work. other cases not far away remain un. someone shot a man riding a motorcycle in the head outside of steve's prince of steaks in northeast philadelphia. the shooting followed an argument next to the cheese steak shop on comly street. the 32-year-old victim's motorcycle crashed in the planned parenthood parking lot next to the steak shop. he is in critical condition. police don't know if he was the intended target. this morning the search continues for the shooter. >> teddy bears and cards and candles sit outside the home of an 8-year-old girl in camden who was killed by a bullet that
wasn't intended for her. her mother and the community is pleading for the killer to come forward. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: you could feel marissa carter's anguish as she spoke to hundreds who came to mourn her daughter, 8-year-old gabriel. >> she was fun and loving and outgoing. >> reporter: family friends and neighbors lit candles and hugged in front of the home where gabby lived feet from where she was shot in the head, an innocent victim of a gun battle wednesday night. this person has to be caught. >> call the police. >> reporter: the vigil was a rally for justice, gabby's cousin appealed to those in the crowd who were afraid to tell
police about the gunman. >> despite handing out flyers and growing reward, police officials say the community is largely tight lipped. >> western somebody knows something, we encourage anybody with any information, any knowledge, funk you know, if you her chatter, report it to the proper authorities. we want to bring this person to justice. >> reporter: there has been a significant police presence in the neighborhood since the shooting on wednesday, we are told it will continue for the foreseeable future. the reward in this case is up to $24,000, and tipsters can remain a -- anonymous. >> we are learning about who tipped off police to an atm skimming scam. police arrested the person on medford road in northeast.
this is a skimming device allowing crook do access bank accounts. they saw the suspect trying to place the device at the true mark credit union at academy and byberry road. a bank material tipped off the police. the suspect was bold. >> the arrogance brought him back on the following week, on the 20th and that continued arrogance brought him back today, it ended up to leading to his arrest. >> this morning, police say they are looking for an accomplice that may have helped the man. democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine campaigned for hillary clinton this week in the lehigh valley and lancaster. clinton received her first national security briefing yesterday. her opponent donald trump is on the defensive. elizabeth hur has more. >> reporter: hillary clinton spent two hours at a fbi office in white plains new york not answering questions but getting
her first briefing as a presidential candidate. in one exchange a request from the foundation for invitations to a state lunch with the chinese president on the list, executive from three grooms that donated millions -- groups that donated millions to the foundation. donald trump called it corruption. >> it's hard to tell where the clinton foundation ends and where the state department begins. >> reporter: clinton said. >> my works secretary of state was not influenced by outside forces. >> reporter: trump faces criticism himself after working the friday murder of dwyane wade's cousin into his stump speech. >> it breaks all our hearts to see it, it's horrible. he tied the killing to the recent bid for african american
vote tweeting dwyane wade's cousin was killed walking his baby in chicago. hillary clinton's running mate took exception to trump's remarks. >> we ought to be extending our sympathy to the family. >> new jersey governor chris christie will be on this week discussing trump's immigration policy. donna brazil talks about hillary clinton's campaign. this week against at 10:30. >> the time 7:09. the eagles look sharp in their final tuneup for the starters in the preseason. sam bradford led three touchdown drives 33-23 written in indianapolis. new wide receiver, beckham caught a chdown.
>> we have to get better, the preseason is important this year as we make the switch to a new system, how to play with each other in the system, how to rotate and get our communication on the same page. >> the preyou are is -- pressure is up front for the four setting the tone for the defense. >> whenever we get a lot of pressure we form a rush, that puts another guy in coverage. >> stay with us jeff skeverski has a report from indy. apple has a new back up for iphone users there's a security florida and there's a way to fix it. >> break ups happen at certain times of the year. >> sixers are at the shore.
award winning design. award winning engine. the volvo xc90. the most awarded suv of the century. with us, 7:13, the sun is up, sky6 live hd looking at center city skyline for you, sunday morning, it's going to be a hot one. feels like a broken record around here, we could be entering heat wave number 6 if it hits 90, chris. >> reporter: that would be heat wave number 6. there's another one on the way. change the weather. >> reporter: he is from texas of all people to complain about the
heat -- >> i'm not complaining. >> it's been a hot summer. >> reporter: the humidity has been the thorn in the side. temperatures have been in the 90s we've had a couple of days where we had feels-like temperatures up to 110. it's been a brutal summer. there's the relief right there. head to cape may, we'll see a sea breeze developing later this afternoon, lots of sunshine down there, with that sea breeze temperatures will crack 80 degrees later on. it should be really, really nice. temperature in philadelphia, 71. dewpoint, 68 that's high. this number will come down a little bit during the course of the day. so the won't feel as bad, let's say 2, 3:00 p.m., as it does right now. pressure is holding steady. winds out of the northeast at 5 miles per hour. august heat we now have 13 days of 90 degrees or higher this month. on average we should see 70.
so we're nearly double that. and so far we're four degrees above average as a month as a whole. if august were to end today, it's the warmest one on record for the city of philadelphia. another one for the record books. september looks very warm, as well. fleetwood, 63, pottstown, 59. a lot of western suburbs very, very comfortable. low dewpoints out here, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. south and east, it's a different story, it's fairly uncomfortable. smyrna, 68 woodbine 66 degrees. there's an upper level low moving inland across charleston, south carolina. the humidity will increase with this. we'll not see any rain with that, but it will increase the humidity. monday is an uncomfortable day. you see the counter clockwise
swirl that easterly direction of the wind is off the water. we see the humidity increase in the overnight hours tonight and especially for tomorrow. poconos, sun and clouds, warm, slightly more humid, but nice, 81 degrees is the forecasted high. jersey shore, ocean temperature, 74. we have a moderate risk for rip currents thanks to hurricane gaston out in the atlantic. pay attention to the lifeguards on duty. nice day, humidity, 82. philadelphia, 90 degrees, slightly more humid. overnight tonight, 65 degrees outlying suburbs, 70 for center city. that sets us up for an uncomfortable day for tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 90 degrees today feeling like 91. 92, feeling like 94, 95. you will notice the change here, mostly sunny, tuesday, back back down to 88.
we lose the humidity for a day. wednesday, hot and sticky, thunderstorm in the afternoon, 93 feels like 95, 96. cold front gets in here thursday, high of 84. friday, 80. 70s elsewhere in the surrounding suburbs and saturday high in the 80s, 83 degrees, coming to an end. >> i'm not complaining, i'm just going to smile. >> reporter: you have a good smile, gray. >> thanks, chris. 7:17, happening 15 minutes from now, runners will be racing through the street in philadelphia. they will be taking part in the annual 10k race. this is the way it looked like at the starting line last year. it will take participants on a 6.2-mile trek. a long list of streets will be closing until 10:00 a.m. this morning. apple has issued a fia
dangerous security flaw in iphones and ipads. earlier this month researchers discovered that a prominent human rights activist phone was targeted with a an unknown way to hack. security company found the hack would have installed malware allowing the hacker to see everything on his phone. apple has sent out an update that will protect your phone. >> 7:20. in "healthcheck," the merry family holidays and summer vacations are next. but what comes next for married couples may not be good. a new study suggests that divorces rises in august and march following summer and winter holidays. a professor behind the study says all the time for couples
formidable quarterback there was plenty to cheer about. josh h up -- huff. eagles were 17-3 at the break. bradford was in the group that got 24-3 birds. two touchdowns interception 114 pass rating. eagles win it 33-23 here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the eagles starting offense was not explosive, they were not flashy, but they were efficient. sam bradford throws his first two touchdowns of the season and led the eagles on three touchdown drives. bradford looked good, but feels as if they have a long way to go before the opener in two weeks. >> it was nice to come out and execute the way we did, we can build on that, but we realize
that the regular season is a different animal and we're going to have to take it to a different level. >> there's always room to grow including myself included. we did take strides tonight. we're pleased with the victory. >> this is a what we're supposed to be doing, we had a great job for our receiver group and quarterback, we all did our part. >> reporter: carson wentz is in possession to play against the jets in the final preseason game, but he is sore. carson wentz participated in the pregame warmups, but again, he is still sore. for the second straight preseason, the eagles are undefeated after three games. is this misleading, last year they started 3-0 and opened the regular season losing 3-4. hopefully this doesn't happen to this team and doug peterson's first full season.
jeff skeverski channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: the phillies not in a new york state of mind. i don't want ton what their state of mind is after allowing 42 runs in the past five games. ellis is here, 2-1 in the 4th inning. 3-run homer, made it 35-1 mets. they -- he 5-1 mets. they blow it open in the 6th inning including a grand slam. phillies blown out 12-1. for the first time making comments about his health, sixer had no trouble on the court with his opponent. sounds like he is ready to take on real competition finally. >> i feel 100%. my summer has been great.
i've got a chance to play a little bit against the guy and every other guy. >> reporter: do you think you'll be ready to go for training camp? >> yeah. >> reporter: music to sixers fans ears, they will be fun to watch. all right, have a great sunday. >> a florida couple has kept one anniversary tradition going for 61 years. each year, the fredericks take a nibble from the original fruit cake that was served on their wedding day 61 years ago. they keep the cake wrapped up in a tightly sealed coffee continue stays in a cupboard above the refrigerator, they slice off a tiny piece, the secret to pour
brand on it to preserve it for 61 years. the top stories are next. i don't know. david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family,
wants to know who killed gabriel carter. an nfl quarterback is taking a stand by sitting during the national anthem. >> nydia han is off, chris sowers is outside with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: we have more heat and humidity over the next couple of days. today we hit 90 degrees it will become heat wave number 6 of the 2016 summer season. this will be the 38th time this year where he hit 90 degrees or higher. the heat continues, same old song and dance. slatington, 63 degrees. pottstown, 59. martins creek, 60. warrington, 66. chester, 67. cinnaminson, showing 70. glassboro, 70. vineland 64 and gandys beach 64 degrees, just like yesterday should see sunshine out here, bright blue skies with a few
clouds increasing during the course of the day. nothing turning threatening, should be a nice finish to the weekend overall. the wind are shifting in an easterly direction, there's low pressure system off the coast of south carolina. that increases the humidity overnight tonight and you will notice the change tomorrow. combination of sun and clouds, 90 degrees is the forecasted high. it becomes slightly more humid compared to yesterday. that will feel like 91. with the feels like temperature it will be a degree or warmer than the actual air temperature. looking ahead, heat wave number 6 becomes official today. higher humidity tonight and tomorrow. we have cooler changes in the seven-day forecast. fall-like changes arriving by thursday and friday, i would say 90% of the viewing area never reaches the 80s for highs.
that will feel pretty good. when i come back in just a few minutes i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you so much. 7:32. new this morning, a gunman fired at least 7 shots at a driver of a car in north philadelphia. that victim was hit once in the head. the driver is in critical, but stable condition at temple university hospital. the action cam right at the scene, shortly after 2:00 a.m. where the bullet riddled audi came to an stop germantown avenue and erie street. the victim was able to drive that far after being shot along the 1300 block of erie. police are looking for the suspects and trying to figure out a motive. new this morning, a three car crash in northeast philadelphia has sent two people to the hospital. the action cam was at that scene at harbison and bustleton avenues. those in the hospital do not have life threatening injuries. police are trying to determine
the cause of the accident. >> this morning a reward is growing for information leading to the arrest and conviction in the murder of a little girl. this as her family tries to come to grips with her senseless death. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: 8-year-old gabriel carter's mother she could not hold back her anguish during a vigil for her daughter. hundreds gathered in camden last night. the little girl was shot in the head as she sat on the front steps of other own mom. a victim of a gun battle. the vigil served as an appeal for justice. >> we encourage anybody who has information, any knowledge, if you think you know, you hear chatter, report it to the proper authorities and bring this person to justice. >> so far police have not suspects in the murder. the reward has grown to $24,000.
investigators in salem county are trying to figure out what caused a house to catch fire that left one woman dead. the victim's brother is a firefighter across the river in wilmington. he and the victim's son spoke to trish hartman at the scene. >> i don't know where i'll be going. >> reporter: 26-year-old rahmir harold was embraced by friends and family outside the home in salem. his mother died in the blaze that started early saturday morning. rahmir said he was staying with a family member when the fire started. he remember his mom as an independent woman who taught him and his brother to work hard. >> stay strong. my mom would want that. >> reporter: his older brother is a firefighter with the city of wilmington. >> you get ready to see this as
a firefighter, but to have a family member, you know, i know what the fire will do. >> reporter: investigators with the new jersey state fire marshal spent hours going through the home looking for a cause. meanwhile, relatives gathered to comfort one another remembering a woman who always put her two sons first. >> whatever it takes to get the job done for family, she was always there. >> reporter: her son will be staying with family members, her younger son is 18 and just started his freshman year of college in north carolina last weekend. he is back in town to mourn with family. reporting in salem, new jersey, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> here at the big board now, we have got pictures of southwest airline passengers putting on oxygen masks preparing for their flight to make an emergency landing. one of its engines fell a part 31,000 feet up over the gulf of mexico. a piece of metal object pierced the fuselage, 99 passengers were
on board crying and praying for a safe landing and they got it. the flight 250 minutes from new orleans and orlando, landed safely in pensacola. some are calling the crew members a board the southwest flight heros. ntsb is investigating the scare in the sky. scary moments there, gray. >> i'm glad they are all okay. 7:36 this weekend hillary clinton received her first national security briefing at presidential nominee. saturday clinton attended the briefing for more than two hours at the fbi office in white plains, new york. the former secretary of state routinely received such briefings when she was a member of the president's cap net. the briefings are him customary for the presidential nominees.
donald trump told voters he plans to boost economic growth and help american farmers and includes the proposal to lower the tax rate of family farms to 15%. trump takes his campaign next to washington state and the south. >> road closures begin today as philadelphia prepares for the made in america festival. two lanes of eakens oval in front of the art museum are closed. benjamin franklin parkway will close on wednesday. more closures will take effect throughout the week and the roads will stay closed through tuesday, september 6. you can find a full list at 6abc.com. >> the eagles first string offense and defense look like they are ready for the regular season after having their way with the indianapolis colts. sam bradford completed 11 of 1 passes after an interception that was not his fault. one of the passes landed in the
hands of a new receiver, beckham the defensive harassed andrew luck. the birds went on to take this one, 33-23. >> there's much moore to come on "action news" for you -- much more to come on "action news" for you sunday morning, the philadelphia cemetary is where people are encouraged to have a picnic. 6abc loves the arts says it's all part of a makeover. >> sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse of penns landing, looks good, but it's going to be hot out there. meteorologist chris sowers is coming back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, after the break.
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everybody, happy sunday to you, 7:41, 71 degrees, sky6 live hd right there over wilmington, delaware, when a pretty shot that is. you remember the 90s? can't forget them because they have been around for a while. >> reporter: this is why a lot of people -- i want to move to florida. this is why i don't want to move to florida. it's hot down there all the time. >> this is the 38th time. >> reporter: 6 heat waves and there's four more in the seven-day forecast. let's get you outside and show you looking back from our temple
university camera. most temperatures are in the 60s and # 70s. 90 degrees when all is said and done. it will be the 38th time we hit 90 or higher. normally we should be around 84. the low temperature was 70 degrees. allentown, low 60s low humidity levels, as well. only in the 50s in the mountains. 65 in trenton. reading, 65. lancaster, 66 degrees, just like yesterday lots of sunshine from start to finish. you'll see high, thin clouds overspread the area later this afternoon. that's the cloud deck where the sun shines through that. another nice looking day out there. this forecast model has us hanging out in the upper 80s. accuweather will go 90. the reason i'm showing you this, look at the surrounding suburbs. most of the region stays in the
80s. the city of philadelphia might be the lone exception to the rule. tomorrow afternoon, a lot of suburbs in the 80s. philadelphia topping out in the low 90s with the increased humidity it will feel like the mid 90s him this is not a terrible heat wave we're moving into like some of the heat waves we've seen this summer. same thing tuesday, look at this, 85. the model has us in the mid 80s. accuweather will go 88 for the high. the surrounding suburbs, low to mid 80s. it's not a terrible heat wave, it's uncomfortable at times, but not dangerous or oppressive. here's good news for the tropics. this system appears to be disorganized and raggedy. as it starts to enter the gulf of mexico, this is where we become concerned because gulf temperatures are in the 90s and the sheer begins to weaken. this is an environment conducive
to development. where does it go? some of the forecast models and every line represents a forecast model. some of the models take it northeastward into the panhandle of florida and there's models that run it west from new orleans to houston, texas. it's a question mark at this point point as to where the storm will travel. one thing for certain the sunshine state will not be living up to its name, miami, 7 inches of rain. 90 degrees in philadelphia. reading, 90. everybody else upper 80s, sun and clouds, more humid. with the humidity maybe it feels a degree or two warmer than the actual air temperature. for the jersey shore, low 80s. moderate risk for rip currents. if you're heading into the
water, pay attention to the lifeguard. seas will be choppy, 3 to 4 feet. the sea breeze is out of the east/northeast 35 to 10 miles per hour. burn index very high on a scale of 1 to 1, uv index is a 9. apply the sunscreen. 90 degrees today, 92 tomorrow. a little bit of a break tuesday, highs in the upper 80s. 93 wednesday and then the cooler air arrives. thursday, less humid, 84. friday, 80 degrees, saturday, sunny and nice, 83. most of the labor day weekend temperatures in the 80s before a surge of heat arrives after that. >> we'll take that little break. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. >> 7:45. san francisco 49ers quarterback collin cappernick is taking a
stand by not standing for the national anthem. he said he will not show pride in a flag or a a county that oppresses black people and people of color. he is biracial and april adopted and raised by white parents. nfl says players are encouraged but not required to stand for the national anthem. 49ers say he has a right to protest. a second grade teacher in texas is making this promise. less homework. information most days no homework at all. the teacher said after a summer of research found something new, homework will consist of work that didn't get done during the school day. after that she recommends spending time on activities that she has found do more to improve student performance like reading together, playing outside, going to bed early.
she said there's too much pressure for success and not enough emphasis on the person as a whole. the note she sent home to parents went viral on social media. >> you saw a mother went on a quest to help her on autistic daughter. 10-year-old tammy has been attached to her shirt in kindergarten. the shirt purchased at target was out of production since 2012. her mother could not mend the paper thin shirt any more, so she posted the picture on facebook, soon the shirts started pouring in from german and japan. >> so far we have 12 in our house we have 140 more on their way. >> you hear that.
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and as of now, i'd have to say no. runners stepped off from 8th and south. 6abc.com just posted a list of road closures, if you're wondering about the closures click on the feature on our website. as the summer winds down, it's prime picnic weather. david murphy takes us back to a time when the cemetary sender as community parks and the tombstones were adorned with grave gardens.
>> reporter: the woodlands on the banks of the schuylkill expressway is an oasis in the city. they are celebrating their newly restored garden cemetary. the woodlands date to 1788. built as a private estate it was converted a half century later into a semi stare. >> stare -- cemetary. we are a historic site and act a park for the community. >> reporter: they asked volunteers to restore the cradel graves victorian style tombstones with built in gardens. >> we had over 70 people who were enthuseed. >> we're excited to it's going to be a great event and opportunity for the public and hopefully for a lot of new visitors to come and explor the site. >> they are encouraged to pack
a spread and come picnic. >> there will be a hand hand offul of workshops. we'll have everything that was collected from the grounds, black walnuts and acorns. >> we're bringing team to the site allle time and show them this significant place in philadelphia. >> the woodlands hosts a picnic september 17. there's more at 6abc.com/6abc loves the arts.
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football championship trophy. they are showing it off. the soul beat the arizona rattlers friday night to win their second title. >> let's go over to the man with the soul. >> reporter: nicely done, i don't feel a soulful forecast. 90 degrees today. 92 monday. with the humidity it will feel like 95. tuesday, things cool down a little bit, the humidity drops off. 88 degrees will feel like 88. only to see that increase wednesday 93. the heat comes to an end this week, 84 thursday, 80 degrees friday, 83 saturday. the western suburbs friday and saturday will have a difficult time getting out of the 70s for the high. i know you're probably sick and tired of the heat. hang in there better weather on the way. >> we'll be patient. it is now, 75:35 we're just a few minutes away from saying
good morning to "good morning america." >> terrifying moments at 30,000 feet. the engine on the southwest flight broke a part midair. what it was like inside the cabin and the cockpit. the star nfl quarterback making a statement refusing to stand during the national anthem during the game. the protest this morning was on and off the field. fresh questions for hillary clinton new documents obtained by abc raise more questions whether donors to the clinton foundation received essential access while secretary of state. what the e-mails show and what donald trump is saying, it's coming up on "g.m.a." >> a busy morning on "good morning america." of course, "good morning america" weekend is coming up next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. >> here's some of the stories we're working on for you, this morning, philadelphia police want to know few man seen on a bike as assaulted yet another
woman. we'll have a live report to for you. >> county music star tim mcgraw made one local couple's wedding super cool. >> plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll give you a hint, it's hot. for you for nydia han, gray hall, meteorologist, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, we'll see you coming up at 10:00 a.m.
good morning, america. air scare. the on-board emergency. a catastrophic engine failure at 30,000 feet. >> engine failure. lost number one engine. we're descending. >> this shocking sight out the airplane window. the cabin losing pressure. terrified passengers grabbing for air masks. >> children were screaming and crying. >> what went wrong? could it happen again? a shooting investigation this morning. three people questioned overnight in the shooting death of superstar dwyane wade's cousin. she was caught in the cross-fire. >> we do have a gang and gun issue in chicago. but we're doing our -- our very best to fight this. >> this morning, the new calls to stop the violence. immigration and e-mail. donald trump heading to the