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♪ >> sunday night, sarah is off, comedian bill cosby perhaps for trial tomorrow. a bear is spotted running through several neighborhoods in bucks county. the big story on "action news" is the latest on the london terror attacks, 7 victims are dead, british prime minister
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declared enough is enough as she announced a sweeping views of the court terrorism policy. christie ileto joins us live from the satellite center. >> reporter: isis claimed the attack and authorities arrested 12 individuals late in the day they believe may have played a role. >> i looked through my window and i saw a man on the floor. and then i came into my balcony and i saw three more men on the floor. >> reporter: residents in east london were witnessing was the arrest of 1 neighbors following a raid -- 1 neighbors following a raid of tree attackers. london prime minister teresa may promised to take a critical eye to the terrorism strategy. this is the third attack in three months. >> we believe we are experiencing a new trend in the
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threat we face. terrorism breeds terrorism. >> reporter: three men accused of speeding across the london bridge running down pedestrians and unleashing a violent assault in borough market. seven dead and dozens more injured, some critically. police cornered and killed the suspects appeared to be wearing explosive vests that turned out to be fake. no word if authorities found any material or paraphernalia at the attackers home. one lived in east london for three years and married with two children. >> you would see them every now and then say hello, that's what it is about. it's shocking to see someone living next-door to you would do that. >> reporter: this assault came days before the national elections which will go on as planned. live in the sat center, christie ileto channel 6 "action news." walter? >> much more to come on the story, for sure.
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>> reporter: "world news" sunday continues to track developments including the latest from london after "action news" at 6:30. as the investigation into the terror attack continues thousands attended a concert today to honor the victims of the terror attack in manchester. ♪ somewhere over the rainbow grand grand who had just left the -- ariana grande who had just left the stage when the attack took place. you can watch highlights from the one love manchester concert right here on 6abc tonight. the one hour special airs at midnight after "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and sports sunday. "fyi philly" follows at 1:00 a.m. it was a scene in bucks county today a bear was spotted running through neighborhoods in feasterville. crews cornered the annual when it climbed up a tree. it turned out tranquilizers were not enough to bring him down.
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annie mccormick is live at the scene with the latest. annie. >> reporter: walter this one officials don't know if one of the tranquilizers that they did shoot made contact with the bear, if it was able to do anything at all. that is the tree the bear remains in. bills street road is below the street, a four lane highway it was shut down for an hour, three lanes are open again. the concern the bear may fall on to the roadway or run into traffic and hurt someone. this is video showing the bear in the tree in the backyard of a home hoover avenue and street road. game officials tried to shoot tranquilizers at the bear. the black bear was spotted sunday before making its way up the tree in the backyard of a hoover avenue house. there's cell phone video taken of the bear by residents. this was the same bear seen earlier today as he opened a gate and also made his way through the neighborhood.
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actually it opened the gate by himself. local fire officials and state team officials responded using a tranquilizer gun, they don't know if they worked. they think one hit the bear, but soon after he ran back up the tree. >> our feeling is, he is up the tree, he will get hurt seriously even with the air bags, we'll hope he come out on his down and leave him alone for a while. >> reporter: back out here live there's a lot of spectators for the feasterville bear. they tell us it is a two-year-old male bear. there was another bear spotted in doylestown. it's hard to tell if they are one and the same. >> bears attract a crowd. thank you annie. moving on to the accuweather forecast, it was not a bad day, not a great day, either. the workweek ahead promises a
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mix of clouds, rain and sunshine. melissa magee is here with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: walter we had a mixed bag of precipitation today. it depends on your location. philadelphia and aerials to the south, it was cloudy, but dry, and warm conditions. north of philadelphia physical and i-95 corridor we had showers. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar showing we have light precipitation in the northwest suburbs, we'll go in tighter on street level storm tracker 6 live, you can see the rain in reading and hamburg and allentown and slatington and exton we're dealing with the wet showers. the moisture that will continue to work due east for the rest of the evening. now where you have the showers and where you are south of the warm front, it's cool, 62 in allentown, 68 in lancaster. to the south of that in philadelphia, 80 after a high today of 82 down in dover coming in at 84. cape may, 70. if you're stepgd out on the town -- stepping out on the town, 7:00 p.m., 77.
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8:00 p.m., holding at 77 degrees. 9:00 p.m., 75. 74 at 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m., temperatures drop into the lower 70s. so we have unsettled changes up ahead. tonight we're tracking the showers that will mainly stay to the north of the city. monday morning, south jersey and central delaware could find showers and storms. monday afternoon it remains unsettled for areas north and west. we'll take a closer look in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, walter. >> talk to you in a bit. we have breaking news in east mount airy where police are on the scene of a double homicide on the 1,000 block of sydney street. firefighters came across victims a man and woman sitting inside the car with gunshot wounds to the head. the man 23 years old and the woman 21, no word on a motive and no arrests made. a devastating fire in south
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philadelphia ended with a home completely destroyed. the fire broke out on the 2600 block of sheridan street. crews were able to gain the upper hand quickly and everyone got out safely. no word on the cause. a 24-year-old father was gunned down overnight in west philadelphia. the victim was shot at 56th and market around 4:00 p.m. he was taken to penn presbyterian hospital where he was pronounced a short time later. no arrests have been made at this time. the bill cosby sexual assault trial is expected to begin tomorrow in norristown. cosby is expected not to take the stand, andrea constan is expected to testify and tell her story in public for the first time. constan the former temple university basketball team staffer, maintains she was drugged and sexually assaulted back in 20004. he said the encounter was consensual. it was an emotional reunion
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at children's hospital. hundreds gathered to thank the surgeons and the medical staff for their talent and technique. it is nothing short of a miracle that little lu -- louel could walk. are the for the family a more grim outlook before 17-year-old robert was born. >> there was a mass on his neck, he would wouldn't have had a chance. >> reporter: louhe will -- louel and robert are at chop to thank the surgeons. this is the 21st annual meeting between the children's day and their family and the staff here. >> thank you.
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>> reporter: they also get a chance to give an update to to e head of surgery. >> reporter: like these kids so many wouldn't able to walk without the help of chop. part of the reason is to raise awareness that medicine like this is out there. lung tumors, tumors on the tailbone. >> reporter: now that's a little older, robert has a message to families he wants to share. don't give up, keep going get more opinions and never give up up. >> reporter: a message from robert, again, don't of give up. continue to look for more options if you're family is about to go through the same battle his did. roberting in university city, bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> there was a walk in bucks county to honor a mother and young children whose lives were cut tragically short. dozens of people attended the
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5th animal -- annual walk to remember. money raised today will buy books and supplies and educational services for amy's kisses. a visual demonstration in new jersey, why these protesters held a dye-in along -- die inform -- die-in along main street. nba is about to tip off in sports, jeff skeverski when we come right back.
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>> in bensalem today it was pets and the people who love them. world of animals veterinary hospital hosted the fun --
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sunday day fun day red paws who keep their pets with their families when fire or disaster strike. protesters staged a so-called die-in outside tom mcarthur's office in marlton, new jersey. he injected preexisting conditions into the president obama's healthcare plan. many involved will be affected by the amendment and have to pay more for insurance. police officers and parents and firefighters can be heros. ronnie williams foundation hosted heros day to thank everyone who contributes to the community. among those on hand the family of corporal steve bmplet -- ballard killed in the line of
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duty back in april. little kiss of ireland came to penns landing for the irish-american festival filled with the music, dance and merchandise displaying irish pride. it's part of a multicultural series at penns landing. ♪ the sun'll come out tomorrow... ♪ for people with heart failure, tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine in the largest heart failue study ever, entresto helped more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto.
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>> jeff skeverski has sports, the phillies facing the giants. >> reporter: man do they need a win at the ballpark. the phillies have not won a series since the end of april. today against san francisco they are trying to avoid losing their 11th straight series. little bull comes up big in the finale against the giants. three rbi's again today in the 5th. takes a swing solo homer, phils
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up 3. but brandon crawford is red hot, too, drives in four off phils pitching. 2-run single. phils down 1. had a -- hararah again. high fives all around. mikhail fronting co-is starting to -- franco is starting to heat up too. later in the inning, freddie galvis get out of here, the second in the game. he does it from each side of the plate. a round of the applause for the phillies they won 9-7 their first series win in 5 1/2 weeks. >> great win good to win a series for a change. uplifting for the team.
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yesterday was a good game that i was hoping would spark us today. >> reporter: they needed that. let's eagles bring back jeremy maclin not if will a -- will lesean mccoy can. he's been talking to maclin since andy reid cut him in kansas. he said let's team up again. >> not to brag, i'm the first guy to talk to him when the news broke. i've been there, i played with him, i know the guys in the locker room. i've begun my recruiting already. don't be surprised if it happens. >> shady should the eagles recruit maclin and bring him back to where his career started
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we'll discuss tonight on "action news" sports sunday at 11:45 p.m. jimmy johnson has been a monster in dover. he has won more races at the monster mile than any other nascar driver. he if he is going to do it today he has to do it from the last place. three lapse to go, david reagan's car catches fire, they go into caution in overtime. when they come out, jimmy johnson passes kyle larson for the lead. a monster mess behind the leaders. guess who goes from worst to first, unreal, jimmy johnson awarded the win. a record 11th in dover. he is tied for the most wins of all time in nascar. shop rite classic at the sea view, eye of the tiger, three birdies today. former rookie of the year wins
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in galloway township. whole win tonight in game two nba final, warriors cavs on 6abc. warriors a perfect 13-0 so far in the playoffs unreal. they may be the best team of all time. we'll see if labron james can handle it. >> let's hope game two is better than game one. accuweather is coming up. stick around. harvoni is a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. it's been prescribed to more than a quarter million people. and is proven to cure up to 99% of patients who have had no prior treatment with 12 weeks. certain patients can be cured with just 8 weeks of harvoni. before starting harvoni, your doctor will test to see if you've ever had hepatitis b, which may flare up and cause serious liver problems during
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and after harvoni treatment. tell your doctor if you've ever had hepatitis b, a liver transplant, other liver or kidney problems, hiv or any other medical conditions and about all the medicines you take including herbal supplements. taking amiodarone with harvoni can cause a serious slowing of your heart rate. common side effects of harvoni include tiredness, headache and weakness. ready to let go of hep c? ask your hep c specialist about harvoni.
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>> time for a check. accuweather forecast. >> reporter: we have clouds around that moved in this afternoon. we're tracking showers to the north of the city.
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we'll talk about the details. here's storm tracker 6 live double scan radar. you can see it's dry in philadelphia and areas south and east. but to look up to the north and west, we've got a little bit of a light rain shower activity in berks county and lehigh county, reading, pottstown, fleetwood, hamburg, we have light showers starting to clear out, drizzle there in allentown and slatington. milford we are tracking the showers. the moisture for the most part starting to move due east throughout the rest of the evening hours. we'll show you the picture outside, the action cam was outside earlier today, this pretty much tells us the story, we had sun early this morning, the sun gave way to a mostly cloudy skies and now we have the showers north of philadelphia as we look at the schuylkill river and the strawberry mansion bridge. north of the city it's cooler where you have showers overhead. 62 for reading and allentown.
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poconos, 80. millville, 76. coming in at 70 and 68 degrees in beach haven. this is the moisture we're tracking the upper level low that came out of the great lakes last night it continues to work to the east, northeast we have the showers overhead for the rest of the night. there's a lot of activity to track as we get into the start of workweek, we're tracking a disturbance coming on through, there's moisture in kentucky that will work north and east later on overnight tonight into monday and more moisture as we get into tomorrow afternoon. the next 12 hours mostly cloudy, stray shower north of the city. we'll drop into the 60s for the overnight low. monday, cloudy day, rain in the morning. high temperature, 76 in the city. 75 in lancaster and 75 degrees
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as well as in allentown and cape may tomorrow, high temperature coming in at 72. future tracker 6 showing you 6:00 p.m. we have a mostly cloud start we'll allow for precipitation to come up to the north an press into south jersey and delaware. you can see showers and thunderstorms pressing into atlantic city and wildwood and south of dover. these things refire as we get into tomorrow afternoon. you get the heating of the day and adding to the instability. showers and storms likely. the pattern stays unsettled as we get into tuesday afternoon. a few take away points earlier this week, gusty showers and storms on monday, flooding is possible south of philadelphia. unsettled on wednesday, because of that temperatures are cool for june standards. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, showing you tomorrow, showers and gusty thunderstorm likely especially by the afternoon. high of 76. it's cool on tuesday with still
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leftover showers 70. sun on wednesday, stray shower at 67. we thought we would clear out on thursday, but highs in the 60s. finally tonight we want to wish a happy birthday for a man from wilmington celebrating his 100th birthday. he celebrated surrounded by lots of family and friends. he is a veteran of world war ii 2. his birthday is june 6. al is loyal "action news" viewer who is a fan of cesily tynan. all of us from "action news," even cecily, happy birthday al. don't miss "action news" at 10:00 p.m. on phl17 and we're back here tonight after the game. for sarah bloomquist,
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melissa magee, and the entire "action news" team, i'm walter perez. we'll see you after the game. goldman sachs was one of those companies whose illegal activity helped destroy our economy... vo: as a goldman sachs president, phil murphy made his fortune in a rigged system. now the jersey machine has lined up with murphy and his millions. leaders should stand for the people, not the political machine. as a prosecutor, at treasury, and as head of the brennan center, i've taken on the powerful - from the mafia, to the nra, to the dark money that poisons our politics. i'll be nobody's governor but yours.
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tonight, breaking news. the deadly terror attack in london. people running for their lives. a van plowing into pedestrians on london bridge. then the stabbing spree at a crowded outdoor market. how some took on the terrorists. inside the plot. the urgent investigation tonight. more on those decoy suicide vests, and why the terrorists may have chosen to strike now. brian ross with breaking news on their identities. plus, president trump slamming the mayor of london over his response. taking to twitter, and claiming the attacks are more evidence america needs his travel ban. on edge. the stampede sparked by a loud bang. the crush for the exits. more than 1,500 injuries. high alert abroad and at home.


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