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>> peter has been here before, down two games to none in the stanley cup flyer. 2010 with the flyers same boat, when he pulled all the right buttons. like with the flyers six years ago, he gives a pep talk and comes out with jam beat up on the penguins. preds score five unanswered, nashville wins 5-1 the first cup game in the state of tennessee. to sock e, the union looking to bounce back prosecute the first loss since the middle of april. of all of th the people trying o help their cause, the philly fanaticfanatics lending a hand r
foot. the big guy, he is a big help. sixty-ninth minute against new york city at yankee stadium, he scores, 1-nil union. union up one. they allow two late goals in a five minute span. union gives up back to back games first time in five weeks. if they could do that with the team, maybe they would have more luck. >> they could work for the phillies. >> why not? >> thank you, jeff. "action news" at 11:30 is next. we have an update on the deadly terrorist attack in london. also, how students use technology to give a classmate a life-changing gift. that and more when "action news" comes back. to celebrate his team
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and opposition to president trump. >> and youngsters use technology to help a fellow student. >> first, terror has struck the heart of london again. even at this hour, the scene remains active because we are not sure the threat is over. six people are killed, 3 30 injured and three attackers wearing fake suicide vests were also killed. >> there were two confirmed attacks. first a vehicle driving over london bridge veered off the road on to the sidewalk mowing down pred strans. >pedestrians.>> at least one ped and no word how many are injured. the london ambulance service says they transported 20 people from the london bridge and
attackers at the market were stabbing people at random. >> 10 times, maybe 15. >> president trump has tweeted his support and pledge to help the u.k. anyway we can. >> we'll continue to follow the developing story throughout the evening. you can get updates following our website, "6abc".com. >> police have made an arrest in the stabbing of councilman oh. the suspect turned himself in but says he didn't do it. >> trish hartman toke to the councilman. >> sean yarbray came to the police station with his stepfather and lawyer after the stabbing of councilman oh. off camera he said it was a case
of mistaken identity. oh was stabbed in front of his home on the 5800 block of thomas avenue. >> we caught up with councilman oh outside of his home where friends were stopping by to say hello, relieved the suspect was in custody. >> i'm glad he turned himself in. nobody got hurt. he's cooperating, number two. the public is safer. >> oh said he spent a significant amount of time looking at and talking to the suspect and picked his photograph o out of a lineup. >> i said that's him. >> we spoke with oh's neighbor who says he saw the attack happening and scared off the suspect. >> it could have been me. i have my children, i'm a foster parent of five. i come home late. i don't want anyone coming up on me like that. >> councilman oh says he's
feeling well and has made multiple appearances days after surgery. >> a local firefighter was injured after a fire in camden on tenth and thurman street just before 4:00 a.m. crews arrived to find heavy flames rising from the first floor of the home. a firefighter was taken to cooper hospital tock treated for injuries. no word how it started. police in delaware county are investigating an accident that ended with a woman killed. it happened on the 600 block of south central avenue. the victim was walking down the road when struck by a car. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver stopped. no word if the driver faces charges. >> to the latest from washington and dozens of rallies held today across the country in support and opposition to president trump's policies. many are calling for answers regarding the investigation into
russian interference in the u.s. elections. the latest now from gloria rivera. >> support and resistence on display in washington d.c. >> americans weighing in as the fallout from the president's decision to withdraw from the paris climate accord comes into the streets. >> he's done so much damage. we have to stop him. >> the paris accord would be a disaster for the united states. >> dozens of the president's supporters gathered in front of the white house dubbed pittsburg not paris. >> i believe global warming is bogus. it's the height of human arrogance to believe that human beings can control the weather. >> they were out numbered at the march for truth rally in the shadow of the washington monument and other cities across the country. >> we have to get to the bottom
of the craziness. >> 70% of the country is for staying in the climate accord. that's one. he have's dissing an industry growing, the clean energy industry. >> the president over shadowed by the russia controversy, this week james comey expect today testify on capitol hill, administration refusing to say if they'll execute privilege to stop him from talking. rod rosen stein telling the a.p. if there is a need for me to reaccuse, i will. gloria rivera, abc news, washington. >> comedian bill maher is
apologizing for using a racial slur on his program. he joked mar should visit nebraska and work in the fields. the comedian referred to himself as a house slave not a field worker. he waved off the groans saying it was a joke. he issued a statement today saying he was sorry. hbo said it was taste less and the segment wouldn't be reaired. >> it was a battle today in downtown hatfield. this is the skirmish on king's highway marking the british encampment. the red coats were known to loot and pillin pillage their way thh the area. this has become a five year tradition. >> veterans are seeing the war
memorial dedicated to their service in world war ii. they boarded busses from williams town high school. this was made possible by an organization dedicated to ensuring veterans visit the memorial at least once in their lives. >> it was a great day for a bike ride and run at the board week. we show you the try athlete competition at the shore. >> and students who created a prosthetic hand for a friend. melissa? >> walter, double scan radar 3d showing you showers across the great lakes working their way eastward as we get to the day tomorrow. we have detail in the accuweather forecast. ♪ ♪
>> it was a perfect day for a swim and about bike ride and a run at the beach. athletes competed at the triathlon, biked four miles and ended with a one mile run along the boardwalk. it's a short and fast paced run giving spectators more of a chance to cheer on the athletes. what a nice day. melissa magee with accuweather. it was raining, but it went on to be a nice day. >> that's right. it's going to be warm tomorrow. >> i like warmer. >> double scan radar, dry, no issues with precipitation. earlier today, we had showers.
showers gave way to sunshine this afternoon. we are clearing out tonight. sky 6 live and hd looking at the come dairy bridge. clear skies and calm conditions. past three days, temperatures in the 80s. wednesday, 80. 82 thursday, friday 80 and today, 76 in the city. normal for us is 79. as you look at the numbers north and west, lower 60s allentown to lancaster, 60 reading, 55 philadelphia, 61 dover, 63 beach haven and la atlantic city lower 60s. showers moving offshore. to the left, the next feature, an upper level low across the great lakes dipping to the southeast second half of the day
tomorrow. there could be spotty showers day's end. tomorrow, 7:00 in the morning, plenty of sun, 60. upper 60s 9:00 a.m. upper 70s by 1:00 p.m. and marks out in the 80s 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. before numbers dip to the 70s. feature tractor 6, sun to start. sun in the afternoon. 11:00 a.m., cloudy, allow for spotty showers into tomorrow evening. the bulk of the activity is going to hold off overnight sunday into monday. 4:30 monday afternoon, showers from the poconos along the i-95 corridor. there could be a gusty line of activity, 6:30 monday evening. we are tracking that for you closely for the start of the
workweek. home tomorrow, phils are at home taking on the giants, 1:35. first pitch temperature, 76. by the ninth inning, 80. exclusive seven-day forecast, tomorrow, majority of the day is dry, warm. 82 for the high. tracking the evening showers. the majority of the activity moving in sunday into monday. for the start of the week monday, cloudy with showers and storms, a high of 78. tuesday, cool for june standards, 71. below average wednesday, a high of 71. sunny and nice and warming up thursday 77. warm friday, 80. and sunny with a high of 78 saturday. then evening showers. >> thank, melissa. now to a school project you have never seen before. fifth grader graders used technn
the classroom to change a classmate's life. here's marcy gonzales. >> it started with a 3d printer and fifth grade assignment. >> i wanted the kids to solve a real world problem. >> it was a challenge for their minds that ended up in their heart. 11-year-old mckie blue. >> technology is a blessing. >> taking the blessing and sharing it with a first grader he saw in the hallway. >> he was missing a hand. when i saw this project, i knew this was the one for him. >> the class worked for a week creating this prosthetic, creating the part custom themed with a spider man theme just for joshua shanks. >> you are going to be in the
nfl at this rate. >> a life changer for the six-year-old and life lesson for everyone involved. >> i was amazed we did it. >> on how much is gained by giving. >> i feel he's getting something special. >> marcy gonzales, channel6 "action news." >> that's 20x faster and more powerful than most people have. yes, 20 times. and the really incredible part, is that it's $79.99 a month. and what's even more incredible, is we included tv, hbo and multi-room dvr service, still for $79.99 a month online for one year and only $5 more per month for the second year.
favorite pitcher. lively allows one run against the giants. phils struggled to hilt, not today five runs four in the seventh. herrera returns from his benching, ties his career high three runs batted in. gomez saves it with a go ahead run at the plate, phils win 5-3. the first win since last saturday and the first for lively. his family loves it. that feels good. >> that was good. after the first pitch i was like, here we go. after that, same old baseball. >> a lot of my buddies the last couple of years. finally getting my chance was cool. >> four years ago phil mickelson
attended his daughter's graduation but now that she's graduating high school, he's skipping it all together. >> chip shot, getting the hole for eagle, the lucky roll. park is tied for 18. paula kramer making a run thanks to five birdies. kramer is tied for the lead. >> race weekend for the monster mile in dover. starts at 1:15 tomorrow. final practice round today at the monster mile, dale earnhardt juniojr. starting 11th. jimmie johnson starts 14. kyle busch fine tuning his ride after upsetting second place finish a week ago. martin truex jr. starting next to bush tomorrow.
he's looking forward to the race which he considers his hometown track. >> a win is huge anywhere. i think i have more friends and family in this race than any race i go to. i have a lot of good memories. it's hard anywhere and special anywhere but here's it's a little sweeter. >> never count out jimmie johnson. >> before we go tonight, we want to leave you with the latest on the terrorist attacks in london. six people were killed. 30 people were injured in two attacks. it began when a white van veered into a crowd on london bridge running down pedestrians. soon after a man started stabbing people at a market. there is no word on motivate or
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