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6:00 a.m., monday, august 29. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us. >> breaking overnight, three teenagers have become philadelphia's latest victims of gun violence. we're live with the details. authorities have charged a woman with slashing the tires of two vehicles outside the philadelphia district attorney's home. >> chopper 6 hd arrived over breaking traffic news, a broken
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water main has traffic backed up for miles. >> let's go over to karen with that. >> reporter: we go live to the boulevard, look at the water pouring down on the boulevard. this is ridge avenue, this is the boulevard. this happened before midnight and for hours, now, the water is coming out with the water main break on the boulevard. first they blocked one lane, the water is gushing out all over, they have two lanes blocked on the boulevard southbound. the delay extends for miles. we're jammed from approaching wissahickon to the schuylkill expressway all because of the water main break pouring on the boulevard. it's been happening all night and all morning. it's creating a backup. if you go to the cameras you get a different shot of this, you can see how traffic is not moving on the boulevard southbound because of the water main break, boulevard southbound at ridge avenue. huge delays that you're dealing
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with this morning, we're live on the scene with the breaking news. other issues around the area. in abington we have a serious accident there's injuries here at moreland road at easton road. 42 expect heavier volume as people come back from the shore. that's northbound traffic coming from turnersville or deptford looking busier than it has been. more school buses on the roads as kids get back to school. david murphy it's going to be a hot one for them. >> reporter: it is sure is. we have high, thin clouds, 73 degrees, not too bad, as you start working or moving around, you'll feel the sweat balls the dewpoints are up there -- because the dewpoints are up there. 69 degrees dewpoint in philadelphia extending northeast and into southern bucks county and 67 in cape may and 68 in
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dover. everyone noble humid this morning. you will feel it as the sun gets up over the horizon. 72 degrees by 7:00 a.m., 81 by 10:00 a.m. it's going to be human, 3:00 p.m., 92. we have an active tropics we'll talk about that and one may come close to us, we'll have that in the seven day. >> three teenagers were shot in the grays ferry section of the city overnight. bullets struck several cars along the block. annie mccormick is live at south detectives where they are trying to figure out who pulled the trigger, annie. >> reporter: matt, all three are in area hospitals and expected to be okay. this is video from the scene.
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now according to police this all happened at midnight at 27th and tasker in the grays ferry section of the city. a number of vehicles were hit, one had a shattered windshield. two 16-year-olds were shot and a 17-year-old was taken to area hospitals. one 16-year-old was shot in the tie, 17-year-old was shot in the thigh. both taken to penn presbyterian hospital and 16-year-old was shot in the lower back taken to chop. at this hour, detectives don't have a motive. >> at this time we don't know if any of the three juvenile victims were the intended target, or if one or more of them just happened to be struck by stray bullets. we don't know. fortunately there were police real time crime cameras at the location of the incident. >> reporter: and police also add that they found 12 spent shell
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casings at the scene in two different groups at either end of the block, they believe there were two different of -- shooters shooting at each other. they will look at that surveil lance video today. if you have information contact police. the reward is 50 thousand dollars leading to the arrest and conviction of a person who shot and killed a little girl in camden. 8-year-old gabriel carter was playing on the porch when gunfire broke out. a bullet struck her in the head. she died two days later. hundreds gathered including her mom to appeal for more information. despite the high reward money, police have received very few tips. >> a toddler shy of his second
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birthday was hit and killed by an suv in west philadelphia. family members say the boy's name was ameen, he would have celebrated his second birthday next month. the happened on merion avenue. he ran out into the street from in between park cars. the white trail blazer struck the child. the driver is cooperating with authorities. a girlfriend of the district attorney has been charged with slashing the outside his house. she faces charges for slashing four tires on government suvs outside his home in november. the current relationship status between comings and williams is unclear. he listed her as his girlfriend earlier this month when disclosing $160,000 in gifts he
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received over the past five years. more federal rules go into effect when it comes to the usage. drones. maribel aber is live in time square to tell us what to look out, do you own a drone? >> not now, but maybe. faa guidelines make it easier and quicker for a company to be approved to use the aircraft. the changes are expected to speed the use of drones in industry such as as construction and farming. faa said it could generate $82 billion in the economy over the next decade. the futures pointing to lower open. it's a busy week of economic news with the latest on personal income and consumer spending and
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personal vehicle sales due out. amazon will be salaried and receive the same benefits as those of 40 hour workers. they will receive 75% of what full time workers receive. amazon said it realizes a traditional full time schedule may not be a one size facilities all models. >> back to you. let's get back to the breaking story on the boulevard. chopper 6 hd is live over the scene. we have better news for you, the water main break, somehow they have been able to shut it off, so water is no longer flowing on the boulevard from ridge avenue above. you can see traffic is moving a lot better. we'll have an update from karen rogers in a couple of minutes, again, the water main break has been shut off and the boulevard is recovering and hopefully back to normal. >> sounds like we're on the right track and on the right
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track for warmer weather. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry, heading outside, we have sky6 live hd. there will be sunshine coming up over the horizon shortly. maybe a few clouds out there, but we should be fairly bright in most neighborhoods. the dewpoint has climbed to 69 degrees most of us us will be dealing with the mid to upper 60s in the dewpoints. so a little more humid. winds 5 miles per hour. future tracker 6 shows you between now and 2:30 p.m. we're looking at sun and passing clouds. the model does every now and then want to put a spotty shower here and there through the region through the this afternoon and evening. most of you won't see that, but i wanted to show that to you in case you get hit with that. you will be in the minority of the region is you see that. 10:00 a.m., 81. noon, 86.
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we spend the majority in the afternoon in the low 90s, 92 degrees by 3:00 p.m. it will feel like around mid 90s with the light bump in the humidity. 89 in allentown. 90 in trenton and reading. 92 in wilmington. # 9 in millville. -- 89 in millville. down the shore, we have an issue down the shore. we have the combination of rough surf and moderate risk of rip currents not only along the jersey beaches, but in delaware because of hurricane gaston well out in the central atlantic. here's the tropical picture. it is category three, the eye of the hurricane evident, the swells are coming across to the jersey and delaware shores today. we have a surprise for you if you have not been paying attention to things over the weekend. we have tropical depression number 9. it did form into a tropical depression over cuba. tropical depression number 8 has popped up off the coast of the
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carolinas. it looks like it will become a tropical storm later today or tonight or perhaps tomorrow and come into cape hatteras, fortunately for our shorelines it will push off the coast quickly. our spaghetti plot models are pretty much in agreement. we don't have a concern for anything other than heavy surf and rip current issues. the second storm down south is harder to predict. it will become a tropical storm and probably cutback across the panhandle of florida. in this case the spaghetti plot models are all over the place. there's a couple of tracks that will take it up to new orleans where they have the flooding issues in louisiana. one or two outliers will take it toward the gulf. those with vacation plans in orlando or florida watch for
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that. hot and humid today, tomorrow, less humid, 89. wednesday, more humid again, 91. thursday, the humidity drops, high of 85. friday, saturday, sunday, all look beautiful. >> it will feel like late summer, because it is late summer. 6:12, another loss in the louisiana flood zone. a bus full of relief workers barrels into the crash site with emergency crews on the scene. the season has not started yet, some football fans are so mad they are burning a quarterback's jersey. >> reporter: the delays on the boulevard keep growing and growing, southbound on the boulevard you're jammed from wayne avenue to approaching ridge avenue. we'll take you to the scene when "action news" comes right back. 6:00 are 158 let's get an
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breaking news update from karen rogers opter water main break. >> reporter: chopper 6 hd over the boulevard southbound, this is where there was a water main break. the trouble is it start the before midnight. it just got shut off.
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here's the update. we had two lanes blocked because of all this. penndot is blocking one lane, so traffic is getting better. it will take a while to have this delay clear. you can see this is the delay boulevard southbound we're jammed southbound from approaching wayne avenue to approaching ridge avenue where they shut off the water and they letting the traffic get by. i think the delay is starting to ease. people in the waze app talking about the boulevard with the heavy traffic. they said the average speed was 12 miles per hour moved up to 16 miles per miles per hour. that's still slow. things are starting to improve after water was coming out all night long on the boulevard. we have an accident moreland road at easton road. there's injuries on the scene watch for that. i-95 southbound traffic heading twrarld cottman, it's -- toward cottman, it's not too bad yet.
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summertime volume with the not to bad delays, that's all history. you'll see more people heading back to school and more volume on the roads. 73, high today of 92. >> thanks so much, karen. a bus driver who is on undocumented immigrant without a license is behind bars for a deadly crash in louisiana. >> we need help, get firefighters sharp. >> reporter: emergency crews were out on an accident site on interstate ten when a bus slammed into a scene hitting firefighters and sending them over the guardrail into the water below. two men were killed and 41 others injured. collin kaepernick defended his decision to sit did you work the national anthem. >> it's to bring awareness and make people realize what's going on in the county. this county stands for freedom,
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>> let's take you outside and show you a problem that popped up. this is the schuylkill expressway westbound approaching conshohocken a disabled vehicle off to the side. penndot is there with the arrow board they are towing it away live as we speak, the disabled vehicle being towed we're watching it live. septa regional rails on the interim schedule with more kids going back to college, davey, you'll see more delays. >> reporter: karen, we're taking a look -- >> that's chopper 6 boulevard southbound one lane blocked be dave. >> reporter: on the big board, 72 degrees, 7:00 a.m., 78 degrees by 10:00 a.m. we are going to start out with temperatures not too bad in the morning, but it's humid. 86 degrees by 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 92 degrees, cool drinks, sun and clouds, on the sticky side. at the airport, all green
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aircraft no major delays, so far so good in terms of any precipitation across the eastern united states. >> the eagles made a round of cuts, yesterday, andrew gardener and chris givens and reuben randol are gone. sam bradford led the birds on throw touchdown drives against the colts. they are 3-0 in the preseason. they face the jets on thursday for their final warmup. >> 6:23 coming up at 6:30, we're updating breaking news. >> and has details on a triple shooting involving teenagers. annie. >> reporter: matt, that's right, three teenagers shot overnight all in stable with an, but police trying to fourth if they were the intended target. details on that coming up in a live report.
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morning. glrmingts developing overnight, a false report cause panic at another busy airport in two weeks. >> good morning, everyone, tam is off, erin o'hern joins us along with david and karen. >> reporter: we have sunshine getting ready to pop up over the horizon. we have clouds, but we'll start out with sunshine. 73 degrees in philadelphia. feeling good on the terrace right now. once the sun gets up and hits your shoulder you'll feel the humidity. the humidity overall will be a tick or two higher than yesterday. right now we have a dewpoint of 69 that's below the 70-degree threshhold we consider oppressive humidity. most areas in the 60s, that's what most of you will have today. 72 degrees, 81 by 10:00 a.m. noon, getting warm, 86 degrees. 3:00 p.m., that's the high, 92. it will probably feel like the
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mid 90s with the humidity level on the moderate side. 6:00 p.m. we're back to 89. karen, when i step inside we have a big time relief coming in the workweek and there's activity in the tropics. >> reporter: chopper 6 hd was overhead it was a mess of a ride on the boulevard. all night long we had the water coming down on the boulevard. as you look at the shot, you can see the water pouring down, it started at midnight it wasn't shut off until 6:00 a.m. this morning. they had to block two lanes, they thought they might have to shut the road down because there was so much water on the roadway. the crews have cleaned up the water, one lane blocked on the boulevard at ridge avenue. the delay that caused a lot of headaches is gone right now. in abington we have an accident.
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there's injuries here, you may see emergency workers on the scene at more land and easton road. you'll see school buses out there, the kids are back to school. this is i-95 southbound at cottman. its slower than it's been at this hour, now that the summertime is waning we're seeing more volume. >> we continue to follow breaking news, at least a dozen shots went off in a philadelphia neighborhood and the exchange of gunfire wounded three teens and damaged several cars. annie mccormick is live at south detectives where they are sorting this one out, annie. >> reporter: matt, that's right, three teenagers who were shot are in area hospitals this morning in stable condition. police are trying to figure out if they were the intended target or hit by stray gunfire. this is video from the scene, according to police, this all
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happened around midnight at 27th and tasker in the grays ferry section of the city. a number of vehicles were hit, one with the shattered windshield. two 16-year-olds were shot and 17-year-old. one of the 16-year-olds were shot in the thigh and 17-year-old was shot in the thigh the other 16-year-old was shot in the lower back. detectives at this hour do not have a motive. >> at least 12 shots were fired by semi automatic weapon or weapons. we found 12 spent shell casings, they were in two separate groups. appears there was a shootout between two people or two groups of people. we found three vehicles struck by gunfire which is another indication that the shooters were firing in opposite directions. >> reporter: now, police at the scene also say there are real
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time cameras operated by the city and private surveillance video from area businesses. they are hoping to get a look at that to help them out, as well. reporting live in south philadelphia. and channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> thank you, annie. >> struggle over a weapon led to an off-duty police officer to kill a man in trenton. people gathered after a funeral, two brothers were fighting over a gun, the officer stepped in and drew his own gun and confiscated the other weapon. that's when he grabbed at the officer to grab one of the guns. the officer shot him in the chest. the officer's name has not been released. a pedestrian crash that killed a little bit has rocked neighborhoods in west philadelphia. they say the street is a popular shortcut for drivers that has made it all too dangerous. katherine scott is live outside the city's accident
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investigation division. >> reporter: good morning, erin, the circumstance of the accident remain under investigation. neighbors say it's common for drivers to use their street as a shortcut and sometimes it can be dangerous for the people who live there. that little boy was supposed to turn 2 next month. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. >> very vibrant, very sweet little boy. >> reporter: family members say ameen was a month shy of his second birthday. he was visiting a home on the 4800 block of west merion avenue for a family dinner. he was outside playing with cousins at 6:45 p.m. police say he ran out into the street from in between parked cars and struck by the trail blazer. >> she started screaming and jumping. she was shaken. >> reporter: when i got outside i saw my little cousin under the left back wheel.
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while the accident is under investigation, neighbors say the road is a popular shortcut for drivers. they say speeding is common and children have paid the price. surveillance video shows a 9-year-old getting hit by a speeding car in 2012. that girl walked away. the driver took off. and that's not all. >> we had one child that got hit so badly he broke both his legs, flipped up in the air. this is constant. >> reporter: whether the driver last night was speeding, police have not said. they said it's too early in the investigation to determine if any charges will be filed, but that she is cooperating with the authorities. live in north philadelphia, katherine scott which i channel6 "action news." >> investigators, trying to figure out if a groping incident is connected to other sexual assaults in the city. a woman was walking home when she was groped on the 1600 block of bainbridge street.
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police released surveillance video of a man on a bike they say groped another woman. he is described as a man in his 20s hispanic wearing a black and orange backpack. there was panic at los angeles international airport. it turned out to be a false alarm. there was no gunman, only loud noises. there were massive backups, you can see lines stretching around outside of the airport where people waited to be rescreened through security. >> that happened at jfk a couple of weeks ago, people are jumpy these days. >> reporter: nothing to be too jumpy about with the weather. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry for the monday morning commute. for some of you the return to
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school. as we look outside, we have sky6 live hd. there are clouds over to the east that are temporarily blocking out the sun. most of you will see pleasant of sunshine and most of day features a good deal of the bright stuff. the dewpoint reached 69. it's below the 70-degree threshhold for oppressive humidity. mid to upper 60s for the dewpoints somewhat more humid than yesterday. winds at 5 miles per hour. as we look at satellite and radar future tracker 6, a couple of clouds sweeping through the day. the model wants to pop up a light, spotty shower between 1:00 p.m., 1:30 p.m., more this evening. the big story is that the showers are real spotty and most of you don't see is the way the heat and humidity build. 86 degrees by noon, 3:00 p.m., 92 that's the high. we'll spend the majority of the
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afternoon in the low 90s feeling like the mid 90s with the humidity up a bit. 90 in trenton and reading. 92 in philadelphia. 89 in millville. we have issues down the shore despite the fact the numbers are comfortable and we're looking at nice ocean water temperature. there's rough surf and rip currents along new jersey and delaware beaches because of hurricane can gaston creating ss across the ocean and zapping the beaches. tropical satellite shows you gaston out here. tropical depression number 9 formed in the weekend. it has gone to the south, it's centered over cuba right now. but tropical depression number 8 early sunday popped up. this is closer to home. this will become a tropical storm later today or tonight and then it's going to come in close
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to cape hatteras and turn and go out to sea. as i show you the spaghetti plot models with the storm all in agreement it's going to miss us. nothing but rough surf for us. this tropical depression down south will become a tropical storm tonight or tomorrow. it will cut across the florida panhandle. if you're going to tallahassee or atlanta keep an eye on this. plot models take this into the gulf coast where they have the flooding problem. there's a couple of outrs taking it up to west coast.
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we have a high of 85 in the afternoon, sun coming back, friday, saturday and sunday all look beautiful. >> thank you, david. 6:41 and a new jersey police officer puts his life on the line, coming up you'll see him make a dramatic rescue on the tracks seconds before the train speeds by. getting good grades might have something to do with your teachers good looks. the results of a study. >> reporter: no delays, we have a pretty easy ride, we have major delays earlier on the boulevard, we'll show you the latest when "action news" comes right back.
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>> 6:43, looking at the beach, you know, summer is kind of over for a lot of kids. first day at school today. shoutout for upper darby and coatsville, nazareth, pennridge. >> we thought we would rub it in by showing you a picture of beach. >> reporter: that's means more volume on the roads. we enjoy a nice traffic time during the summer. now you'll see more school buses. i'm looking live, this is the boulevard southbound, the situation we've been following all morning. we had water pouring on the roadways. they had the right lane blocked. looks like they are picking up the cones right now. the delay that had stretched for miles has basically cleared on the boulevard southbound. chopper 6 hd was overhead, can you see the shot where the water was pouring out.
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it's kind of a dark shot. i'll try to circle it for you. this happened before midnight. it didn't get shut off until 6:00 a.m. they were brocking -- blocking two lanes now one lane, they are picking up the cones. we'll see if they can completely open the boulevard southbound at ridge avenue. the situation is better than it was. northeast extension southbound between lehigh valley and had a a -- mahoning valley construction blocking the right lane. no problems on the ben. computer traffic report mike cool was talking about an object on the road 309 in upper dublin. watch for that. cars swerving. 73 degrees in philadelphia. hot and humid day, 92, feels like summer even though some kids are back to school. >> newly released surveillance video here captures a new jersey
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transit police officer's heroic actions. the pan was involved in a confrontation on the train. officer ortiz pulled with everything he had and able to get the man off the tracks seconds before that train came barreling through. >> authorities in new orleans hope to learn more about two missing pilots when their plane is removed from the lake. a woman was rescued from a private yacht not long after the crash. coast guard crews were searching the waters for the two men ever since, the plane was on a training flight when it crashed. united airlines suspended two pilots cooled -- accused of being too drunk to dry. they were arrested saturday before it took off from scotland to new jersey. 144 passengers landed safely in
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newark ten hours later with different pilots. as your child heads back to school, a study says the more attractive a teacher is, the more people pay attention. those who believe their teacher was attractive got better grades. it made a dinners of a half letter grade. they added that teacher training and experience and dedication will make a bigger difference in learning. >> time for a preview of "good
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morning america." >> let's turn to ginger zee in the "g.m.a." studios with the rundown. >> reporter: good morning, matt and erin. big scare in one of the biggest airports in the country. police shutting down main terminals for hours, we're there live with the latest. ahead the widespread controversy over the collin kaepernick staying seated during the national anthem. why he is is speaking out about
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the silent protest. beyounce is the most celebrated winner in history. >> coming from the white carpet, yes, it was white. >> i didn't know it was white. i thought it was red. >> representing the innocence of the vmas. you'll see more people coming back from the shore sadly coming back from the shore and heading to work and school. mass transit, septa on the interim schedule. i'm checking dave, seeing the thorndale line ten, 14 minute delays starting to kick in. >> reporter: on the big board we have temperatures that are treating you fairly nicely. most of us in the mid to upper 60s in the northern and western
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suburbs, center city, 73. 73 in glassboro, close to 70 in cinnaminson, mid 60s in hammonton and woodbine. upper 60s in sea isle city and up and down the state of delaware. 8:00 a.m., 73. 10:00 a.m., 81. if you have market visiting to do or shopping, morning might be better than the afternoon. noon, 86. 3:00 p.m., 92. the humidity levels will be up a little bit higher than yesterday. so a hot afternoon. if you have to be outside working or playing keep the cool drinks handy. aaron and matt. ♪ country music superstar tim mcgraw surprised a bride during the father daughter dangs. it didn't stop there. it happened at the reception in spring garden. he performed several songs for the party on saturday night. this was made possible by the father of the bride.
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>> top stories at 63:55, three teenagers were shot in the grays ferry section of philadelphia overnight. police are hoping to use area surveillance cameras to figure out if any of the teens fired the weapon. an suv struck and killed a
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toddle in west philadelphia who was shy of his second birthday. the driver is cooperating with authorities. a woman identified as the girlfriend of the philadelphia district attorney has been charged with slashing the tires of two government vehicles they were parked outside seth williams home back in november. >> reporter: we have the boulevard southbound at ridge avenue where we had two lanes blocked traffic backed up for miles, a water main break that didn't shut down all night long, things improved it's all good and clear now, dave. >> reporter: that's nice to hear. 73 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 81. this afternoon it's going to be hot and a bit more humid than yesterday, 92 degrees is the high, it will feel like the mid 90s and we'll see a fair amount of sunshine and occasional clouds today. >> any advice to the children. >> reporter: study hard.
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>> reporter: don't be scared. >> enjoy school you'll miss it after it over. maybe you won't. it would be nice to go back for a little. for karen, david, erin, i'm matt, good luck!
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, chaos erupts at los angeles airport. >> a number of shots. people running all directions. >> of reports of an active shooter. the reports false but it sent passengers running scrambling for shelter even starting onto the tarmac. terminals at a standstill. right now two tropical storm systems barreling toward the u.s., carolinas and the gulf in the path of two big storms this morning. superstar quarterback colin kaepernick sparks outrage refusing to stand during the national anthem to protest racism in america. now fans are burning his jersey, fellow athletes split with the star speaking out overnight. >> here we go. 'cause i say. >> and beyonce getting in "formation" slaying at the vmas setting the sta


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