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you, 6:00 a.m., saturday, june 17 this morning we hear from bill cosby. >> i want to thank the jury for their long days, their honesty. >> the word watches for word out of norristown as the jury deciding cosby's fate gets back to work this morning. >> the search is on for seven u.s. navy sailors missing after a collision involving their destroyer near japan. thunderstorms may rumble through today. we'll tell you if you will get some of the rain. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast to help you plan your weekend. what's in store in. >> reporter: a lot of humidity, you ever been to new orleans? >> went to college in new orleans. >> reporter: then you know what it feels like down there. welcome to the steam bath that's what it's feeling like around the delaware and lehigh valleys.
dewpoints well in the 60s, some locations in the 70s. with all the human we have showers and down -- now with all the humidity, we have showers and downpours starting to pop up. storm tracker 6 live is zoom into western portions of the delaware bay, a heavy downpour coming out of the northern kent county there's smyrna to the south. it's lifting northeast at 20 miles per hour. we don't have any lightning strikes reported but as you can see the colors we have heavy rain that's falling. it's moving along at a decent clip. we have another cell to the net and another cell pushing into western portions of cape may county. southern salem and cumberland counties this is what to expect, brief heavy downpours, you'll pick up a quarter to a half inch of rain and rumble or two of thunders and isolated lightning strike is possible. everybody else later this afternoon, cloudy, warm and sticky, high of 83, and be on
the look out for scattered showers or thunderstorms. gray? >> thank you so much. 6:02 a.m., happening in just a few hours it will be day 6 of deliberations as the jury in the bill cosby sex assault trial return to the courthouse. cosby spoke about the men and women whole decide if he spends the rest of his life in prison. jurors and supporters stay calm don't argue with people thank you for your support. >> before the calm -- call for calm, cosby's defense took issue with the questions being asked of the judge. dann cuellar has the details. >> i want to wish all the father's happy father's day. >> reporter: after five days of deliberations comedian bill cosby left the montgomery county
courthouse wishing everybody had a happy father's day, but through his spokesman he and it is -- frustrated with the questions by the jury. they want to hear more testimony of the brother-in-law of andrea constan the one who said record the phone calls and contact a stop civil lawyer before calling police. he said what i am seeing with this jury i've never seen in 30 years there are going to be jurors that are compromised for the sake of getting a verdict. the judge said he didn't see any such evidence of that, and added there's a miss perception there's a time limit. bill cosby's spokesman said enough is enough. >> we were hoping he would have accepted the deadlock, under the
charge it is such a vague charge you could go on, you could go on, you could go on. if they come back, they will accept it. >> the defense is continuing to make their motions for mistrial, but the court has pointed out and rightfully so, the jury is still actively deliberating. >> reporter: the consequence cited case law in which are there significant factors that can cause a hat to deliberations. the judge said he will review the case, but wants everybody to report back to court this morning, day 6 saturday, 9:00 a.m. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> over the weekend i would like to remind you you can catch up with the developments from the past two weeks you may have missed. special our special section 60 coverage at 6abc.com/cosby. 6:04 a.m. we're following a
developing news for you all night long. seven american sailors are missing after what's being called a catastrophic collision between a navy destroyer and navy ship off the coast of japan. the navy ship took on water moments after the collision. three crew members were evacuated by helicopter from the ship, one of them the ship's captain. a big gash could be seen in the mid section of the u.s.s. fitzgerald, the damage was above the water line and below, three compartments began to flood, the crew has reportedly stabilized the flooding the fitzgerald is limping back to court up it was hit in the middle of the night by a container ship four times it's size. navy crews are scrambling to figure out what happened and why. >> both ships should be looking at radar and try to turn away from each other. how they ended up hitting each other is hard to understand. >> right now officials into not
know if the missing sailors went into the water if they were trapped inside the wreckage. ship. this morning efforts are underway to find the missing sailors. new this morning, philadelphia police are investigating a fatal shooting in the city's hunting park section, a man was shot in the chest at 3:30 a.m. on the 500 block of west tioga street taken to temple university hospital where he died from his injuries. that no -- this morning, a passenger on a are motorcycle was -- a passenger on a motorcycle was hurt on south broad street near local bored -- lumbard street. the impact of the crash sent the motorcyclist into another and knocked both riders and passengers off their bikes. one passenger was taken to jefferson university hospital to be treated for minor injuries. a bucks county couple
heading to prison for torturing their infant twin daughters. prosecutors say the couple abused the newborns over the first two months of their lives, the abuse happened while they were high in domestic fights over drugs and prosecutors say the cowment failed to get the infants medical treatment. a bucks county father is heading to prison for cyber stalking a teenage girl we told you about 55-year-old shane holderrer in an exclusive report. he became obsessed with his daughter's friend who was 13 years old at the same time. he was ordered to stay away, but continued to pursue her on social media and made object seen and sexual posts. he will spend 18 months to 7 years in jail. for the first time trump acknowledged he is under federal
investigation is as part of the probe into russia's campaign hack. special council robert mueller is looking into whether the president obstructed justice in firing james comey. trump tweeted -- trump is of course referring to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein. sources believe the president believes rosenstein and mueller are bias gained him. california senator diane feinstein said the president's tweet sends the message he believes the rule of law does not apply to him. happening today, the four day firefly music festival continues with big name artists taking to the stage. the first val is rocking in
dover, delaware. the lineup includes the weekend, chance the rapper, and bob dylan. it continues tomorrow at the woodlands, dover international speedway. it's a gamer's dream come true. we'll take you inside the electronic entertainment expo. plus he just started his job as a lifeguard and immediately had to put his brand new skills to use. we have details on his rescue. coming up in weather, rainfall totals over the next three days are impressive. a lot of this will fall on monday, but there's chance of downpours today and tomorrow, as well. i'll have more on future tracker 6 when we come right back.
the minnesota state capitol to protest the not guilty verdict in the trial of the officer who shot and killed castile during a traffic spot. his girlfriend live streamed the killing. a police line confronted the crowd and they disbursessed peacefully. the -- disbursessed peacefully. >> the system continues to fail the black people. a murderer gets away. >> the city of saint anthony
announced plans to dismiss the officer despite his acquittal. a teenager has job security after saving a toddler on his first day. he noticed a four-year-old boy was drowning. he jumped into the water and rescued the little boy. he said what he did at the pool as is only just beginning to sink in. >> i was realizing i just saved a kid's life. and that is something that not many people say. >> the pool management said that the incident is sobering reminder to adults to keep a close eye on children when they are out in the water. glad the lifeguard was there, the first day on the job. >> you're going to save our lives with hopefully good news or not so good news. >> reporter: the depends on how you feel about humidity and thunderstorms. i've got a pool so it doesn't
matter. >> we don't have pool. >> reporter: i'll invite you over. let's go outside, live on sky6 live hd the commodore barry bridge dealing with patchy fog. some of it is rather thick, although the visibilities are beginning to improve slightly. we're seeing downpours popping up in parts of the area. we'll flip it over to the radars, most of this is lifting out of the delaware bay and pushing onshore in salem and cumberland counties. bayside you're getting walloped, at this point, heavy drenching downpours this will be in canton in the next 20 minutes or so. this is cell is south of money island it will be lifting north and be through bridgeton in the neck half-hour or so, as well. all this lifting to the north, northeast 20 to 25 miles per hour. should be over salem, gloucester and camden counties shortly. we expect more showers and storms to start popping this afternoon. the idea for today, it's not
going to be a wash, but with the humidity as high as it is, we run the risk of seeing a shower or drenching shower or thunderstorm. upper 60s, 70s. 69 in philadelphia. same number for atlantic city. the fog report, again, some of the numbers are improving, others not so much. millville, you've dropped to .8 same thing in trenton. atlantic city.3. improvement in philadelphia, 6 miles. 7 miles in allentown and .3 in the poconos. the headline over the weekend i'll be lifting this into the oppressive category and especially tomorrow, dewpoints in the 70s it will feel like houston or new orleans. future tracker 6, by late morning scattered showers or thunderstorms otherwise you're picking up mostly cloudy skies. warm and sticky, shower and thunderstorm threat continues in the afternoon. the models shows showers and
thunderstorms peppering throughout the area. overnight tonight we'll lose the chance of showers and thunderstorms only to see it reflare up again sunday afternoon, father's day morning starting out with clouds and as we get into the afternoon hours, same thing chance of showers or thunderstorms, although the coverage doesn't look as widespread as what we are expecting today. rainfall totals, a lot of this what you're about to see is going to fall on monday. there's a chance of a drenching shower or thunderstorm today or tomorrow. through monday evening, the modeling is picking up two to four inches of rain. the bulk of this falls monday afternoon. look at wilmington, 5 inches of rain. philadelphia 4.3. poconos an inch and a half. get ready we'll see heavy downpours over the next 72 hours. showers or thunderstorm is possible at any point in time. jersey shore, 0 lots of clouds, this is not a beach day, shower
or thunderstorm is possible, temperatures with the onshore wind only in the mid 70s and we have elevated the risk to high for rip currents, be very, very careful you don't want to venture into waters if there there are no lifeguards on duty. elevated to high, strong onshore wind only swim in guarded beaches. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warm and sticky today, shower or thunderstorm possible with a drenching downpour at times, 83. for father's day, clouds and sun, warm and sticky, high of 90. the feels like temperature will be like 95 or 96. shower or thunderstorm. possible, forget monday, monday is a washout, downpours showers and storms. >> what are you doing for dads out there? >> reporter: terrible timing, i know. >> i want to take you live, a live picture from buckingham palace in england's celebrating
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back everyone, 6:25 a.m., saturday morning, you're looking at storm tracker 6 live, we're zoom into cape may county, route 9 and the garden state parkway. this downpour is pushing onshore. it's over dennis creek now. this is a wildlife here, there's not much in the way of population. this will be pushing east/northeast and over the shorepoints over the next half-hour or so. the general movement is northeast 20 to 25 miles per hour. this cell will be over the shorepoints shortly. these two will be over camden and gloucester counties shortly. this one lifting out of the of wilmington should be close to the city in the next hour. we're looking at isolated showers and thunderstorms
throughout the day. it's warm and soupy, high of 83. 1:00 p.m., a threat of shower or thunderstorm. we're up to, 83. 3:00 p.m., 82. 5:00 p.m., 83 degrees. gray. >> thank you for the update. we'll turn to sports, phillies hope to turn things around when they face the diamondbacks in game two of the series at the bank this afternoon. sixers could land the top pick in the up coming draft. here's ducis rogers with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers are not trying to make a splash in the nba draft they are trying to empty out the pool. several reports sixers on the verge of acquiring the number one overall pick from boston. they would take washington point guard, the fresh mannor is a dynamo. the sixers would give up a package. picks including this year's
third overall selection. baseball, the phillies home stand continued last night as they welcomed in the arizona diamondbacks. down in front. she drops her phone and gets a lap full of fanatic. phillies down 2-1 in the if it. cameron ruf his first home run of the season. still tied at 2 in the 6th. franco, that's a two bagger. both runs scored, phillies lead 4-2. nola pitching well, 99th pitch end up in the concourse. phillies lose 5-4. afterwards, the manager talked about that pitch. >> the pitcher knows when he hangs a curve ball, he got burnt for 6 innings he was pretty
good, overall it was a pretty good ought for him without that mistake. >> the nhl draft is friday, the flyers are not waiting for that. nick cousins were a traded to arizona. the flyers will send goalie mattson to arizona for picks next year in the nhl draft. that's sports i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend! the jury will be backy
to decide whether to quick bill cosby in his sexual assault trial. there's a new deal on the table for the philadelphia teachers. we'll have details on the teacher contract. it's a dreary, foggy start to your weekend. that's the muggy conditions moving in. what does that mean for outdoor activities. the man with the answer, not me, this one, chris what's up for the weekend? >> reporter: good day to go fishing. fish by the when it is like this. >> look at you. >> reporter: one thing you won't be doing is laying on the beach and soaking up the sun. it's not going to be a day where there's steady rain all day long, but expect clouds throughout the afternoon and warm and soupy conditions.
satellite and radar lots of clouds this morning, and a couple of showers and downpours starting to pop now south of philadelphia. these are lifting out of the delaware bay and pushing onshore in salem, cumberland and cape may counties. as a matter of fact we'll make a quick zoom into that part of the viewing area, this is extreme southern portions of south jersey. a lot of this is starting to ease up a little bit. we had good downpours an hour ago. we're seeing some reds in there, now a lot of yellows lifting off to the northeast. what to expect today, oppressive humidity, awful humidity dewpoints around 70 degrees, it's what they typically see on a daily basis in places like houston, new orleans. feeling very tropical today. a lot of clouds and peeks of sun and pop-up showers and thunderstorms will be developing throughout the day. high of 83 in philadelphia. with the humidity feeling like 87. tomorrow, father's day, the forecasted high is 90. with the humidity it will feel like 96. gray? >> okay, chris, thank you so
much for the update. folks time now, 6:31 a.m. the jury in the bill cosby trial will be back at it again this morning deliberations have continued since the panel first declared it was deadlocked on thursday, the judge clashed with the cosby team which called for a mistrial and objected to the jury's repeated request to review testimony him cosby in a rare move addressed the crowd outside of the courthouse. the man was known as america's dad thanked the jury for their work and wished supporters a happy father's day during this brief address. >> i also want to thank the supporters who have been here and please to the supporters, stay calm, do to the argue with people just keep up the great support. >> deliberations continue at 9:00 a.m. this morning, judge steve o'neill reiterated there
is no time limit for how long a jury can deliberate. of course fans have been at the courthouse showing their support for bill cosby, chad perdelli talked to supporters and an expert who said no one should jump to conclusions on what the jury may decide. >> reporter: the jury has been deliberating for over 50 hours, legal experts who have been watching the trial say the jury has a difficult decision because there are strong points on both sides. supporters of bill cosby made their voice heard. >> yes, bill go. >> reporter: dave five of deliberations ended still, without a verdict. dennis mcandrews ask a former prosecutor with the delaware county's district attorney's office where he spent 17 years. >> i don't think either side should be confident after 40 hours and asking for all the evidence they asked for, the legal definitions again, anyone who is walking around confident is mistaken.
>> reporter: as the trial dragged on support for the 79-year-old comedian increased outside the courtroom. supporters are calling for judge ekneel to declare a mistrial. >> if it is a hung jury it's a hung jury. he telling them to go back and give me a verdict. >> if you're going to ask judge to imriewd upon the jury's -- intrude upon the jury's providence and ask them to stop when they have not asked to be stop you better have sold authority for it. >> reporter: this jury will return to the montgomery county courthouse to once again begin deliberating. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> "action news" is following the trial closely as you know, we'll have a team at the courthouse when the deliberations begin at 9:00 a.m. we'll bring you the latest details as they happen throughout the day. 6:34 a.m., developing this morning, the search continues
for seven sailors after a navy destroyer collided with a container ship. u.s.s. fitzgerald was hit 56 nautical miles of japan. the fitzgerald was badly damaged in the collision. you can see it right there. the containership from the philippines four times the size of the navy ship hit it at nighttime. the fitzgerald took on water in three compartments, but it's been stabilized. three crew members were lifted to shore including the captain. there is no sign of teenagers who disappeared in the ocean in atlantic city. thursday night a 16-year-old got caught in a rip current. her friend bravely jumped into the water in an effort to save her, sadly neither made it out of the water. the 16-year-old and 15-year-old raymond quinn of pleasantville
are missing. >> last night we were praying for a rescue and today we're praying for recovery. >> that's my little cousin. i meant to give the family peace. >> he gave his life to save her, you could call him a hero, too. >> search efforts resumed after the fog lifted and choppy water calmed down. family members there's line up chairs at the beach at mlk boulevard to watch and wait. a major hurdle was cleared for thousands of teachers this morning they are one step closer to a new contract. jeff chirico has the details. >> i'm proud to say we have reached a tentative contract agreement. >> reporter: ment announcement by the district superintendent was one more reason to celebrate at the commencement at lasalle university. the potential end to a four year stalemate being much-needed
stability to dr. william hite. >> stability mean we have teachers who are not looking to go other places. >> reporter: the last federation of teachers contract expired just before these graduates started highly in 2013 after years of negotiations came up empty, many frustrated educators in may took to the streets to protest the lingering impasse of five years without a raise. >> when we started this process four years ago we were facing dire fiscal challenges, followed by school closures. >> reporter: the district finances have improved and commercial wide reassessment will foot the bill for the new contract. in the statement, mayor kenny said we have --
the difficult four year wait was not lost on these graduates. i'm excited the teachers have a contract. >> whatever they ask for they should get. they are not just teachers, they are parents and social workers. >> reporter: the teachers union said a major hurdle has been cleared. the members have to vote on it to make it official. that will happen monday afternoon. at district headquarters, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> time now, 6:38 a.m., president trump is dismantling parts of the cubic diplomatic break threw laid out by -- break through laid out by barack obama. he announced new policy on stricter restrictions of travel to cuba. cuba calls it hostile rhetoric. president trump demands that cuba return joanne chessimar convicted back in 1977 in the
death of trooper warner forrester during a traffic stop on the new jersey turnpike. she escaped from prison in 1979 and has been living in asylum in cuba. steve scalise is showing improvement after being seriously hurt at a baseball practice in virginia. the louisiana republican was actually near death when he arrived at the hospital. a bullet ripped through his hip and pelvis. from our delaware newsroom you could be paying more for chol -- alcohol and cigarettes in the state of delaware. the proposed tax hike is part of a budget proposal for the fiscal year beginning july 1. if this is passed, the increases
will take effect in september. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. it may be just a toy, but this little boat went on the adventure, we'll tell you about the voyage it completed. plus, what could go wrong when five girlfriends getting together for a bachelorette party? we have a preview of the new film rough night. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, as we take a live look at spring mountain. he said today is going to be 80, tomorrow, hot hot hot, "action news" saturday morning continues in just a bit. chris christie: addiction is a disease.
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remember the month of may marks the first heat wave of the year for the delaware valley. now nasa confirmed the planet experienced its second warmest may on record. the hottest may in history according to the goddard space institute. we had a 90 earlier in the week. >> reporter: we had three days around 94, to 96. one thing we didn't have was the humidity. now the humidity is almost off the charts. if we had that humidity along with the heat it would have been unbearable we would have heat index numbers around 105 in parts of the area. as we get you outside, there's the view on penns landing we're
waking up to cloudy skies. it's dreary, we're not seeing rain, but lots of fog. double scan live showing showers and downpours lifting through cumberland and salem counties in new jersey. we have another one in north central cape may county that will be pushing into sea isle and strathmere, shortly. this is the one we have the heaviest rains this is lifting northward along the i-95 corridor and should be in philadelphia or close by within the hour. so this is pushing out of delaware city new castle into south jersey, there's salem and pennsville. it's lifting north/northeast 20 to 25 miles per hour. there's the general movement here. what well wait and see is this to lift in southern portions of philadelphia county within the hour or so. once this initial line pushes through, we expect to see more showers and thunderstorms developing throughout the day. it's not going to be a straight wash today, but it's going be the chance of a shower or
thunderstorm at any point in time. within the next hour here expect brief downpours to develop, maybe you'll pick up a quarter to a half inch. could be a rumble or two of the thunder and isolated lighten strikes. be careful over the next hour or two as the initial line sweeps through. kutztown, 64. pottstown, 64. malvern, 68 degrees. temperature-wise you might think this is nice and refreshing. mid 0s this time of the year is not that bad. when you factor in the humidity it's awful. pitman, 6868 -- 68, huck hoe, 69. we have a warm front lifting off the south very slowly. chance of showers or thunderstorms at any point in time. sunday as the warm front lifts through, we're in the warm sector. we're in between frontal
systems, this heat pump highs takes over. we could hit 90, it will feel like 95, 96. monday, this front moves east and we'll see drenching downpours on monday, from the forecast models today through monday put out over 4 inches of rain. future tracker 6 late morning, thundershowers and thunderstorms the threat continues throughout the afternoon. it will be a lot of dry hours in between, this is not a wash, overnight tonight, it's cloudy, the fog redevelops, warm and sticky, tomorrow morning, we're waking up this morning minus the fact there won't be any downpours, that chance increases throughout the day, especially throughout the afternoon hours where we could showers and thunderstorms developing. today, low 80s because of the cloud the humidity will make it feel much, much worse. 83 in philadelphia. wilmington, 82. jersey shore, 76 degrees shower or thunderstorm around.
sunday, sun and clouds, high of 77. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 83 degrees today feeling likele 6. 90 degrees tomorrow eagle -- feeling like 96. downpours monday. if you don't have a pool, what do you do? >> reporter: take in a movie go to the mall. >> you were supposed to invite me to your house. >> reporter: you can come over, we'll fire up the grill. >> i would like to reminds you can get the seven-day forecast and get storm tracker 6 live radar at any time of the day. salem from the bahamas -- sailing to the bahamas may not sound like much, but with a child's toy it was launched 5 years ago. the captain said his kids were
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everyone, 655 saturday morning, satellite and radar showing a lot of clouds this morning and patchy fog, some of it is rather dense especially across south jersey. we have a stalled out frontal system off to the southwest. a couple of showers and downpours are developing along the front which will be lifting north over the next 12 to 24 hours. if you're heading to the beach, it's not a great beach day. clouds and showers and thunderstorms scattered about throughout the day. we have a high risk for rip currents, so please, be mindful of that and don't go into the water unless lifeguards are on duty. ocean city, 75.
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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, june 17 this morning we hear from bill cosby. >> i want to thank the jury for their long days. >> the world watches the word out of norristown, the jury decides cosby's fate gets back to work this morning. also, the search is on for seven u.s. sailors missing after a collision involving their destroyer in japan. we're tracking storms popping up this morning what does that mean for the weekend, the man with the answer, meteorologist chris sowers is outside, he is