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good morning to you, storms according two tornadoes sweep across parts of the area. a fugitive couple die in a standoff with police in the lehigh valley. authorities say one suspect fired shots atmosphere police before breaking into homes with people inside. a flight from philadelphia turns around halfway to germany. we have the details on why that happened. first breaking news, breaking news concerning the vine street expressway in center city philadelphia we learned that an early morning crash has left one person dead. just moments ago the action cam was at the scene, the eastbound
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lanes of the highway between broad street and 8th street and it. the crash trapped a person inside the vehicle, the person was pronounced dead at the hospital. police have shut down part of the expressway, eastbound traffic is getting off the road at the broad street and it. it is breaking news we'll continue to follow all morning long at good morning to you, 6:00 a.m., sunday morning, take a look at this beautiful shot, the calm after a stormy saturday morning that left participates of the area under tornado warnings. >> this is tornadoes guys we're going inside. his fear was correct, the national weather service confirmed two tornadoes did how much down in howell monmouth county, new jersey, 35 minutes east of trenton. a man captured this twister
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rumbling toward a home depot, look at this, it was the weakest possible tornadoes, it did not cause any widespread damage in the area or hurt anyone. the tornado was on the ground for less than two minutes. there's no word if this was a tornado in pemberton township, burlington county. an "action news" viewer snapped this picture from fort dix. from jersey to delaware, the storm packed a big punch. chris sowers has more, with today's clean we won't see that kind of weather. >> reporter: as a matter of fact, the weather pattern is changed. it's nice and refreshing out there. let's get you on sky6 live hd, we have clouds upstairs, but as you step outside it is nice and
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refreshing. we have the drier air from canada working in here. its lowered the dewpoints down and it will give us sunshine later this afternoon. 58 in pottstown, 58 in quakertown, that's good stuff. it is the ends of june. 60 in bethlehem. 66 in malvern. media, 64. center city showing 72. glassboro, 63. hammonton, 64. woodbine, 65 and ewing 62 degrees. here's satellite and radar high pressure moving on in from the northwest again that clears everything out, so we're expecting full sunshine later this afternoon, but a few clouds mixed in from time to time, there's the slightest chance of a spotty shower up in the poconos and points to the northwest, most of us in and around the immediate philadelphia area will stay dry, lots of sunshine, that's the call from accuweather, it's a nice day with a high of 85 degrees. 11:00 a.m., sunny skies, 1:00 p.m., 84. look for a combination of sun and clouds, 5:00 p.m., 84
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combustion of sun and clouds, a nice gentle breeze low humidity levels. i'll be back in just a few minutes and see how long the comfortable weather lasts in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> more weather to tell you about surveillance cameras captured incredible video of the storm blowing through delaware, some of the sections of the fence ended up in the overhead lights. manying live in burlington county new jersey intent the morning clearing down trees and crews will be dealing with the downed power lines. browns mills got hit really hard. there's damage across the town, the wind sent power lines dropping like dominoes you can see them in the streets. bob brooks surveyed the damage and harder hit collingswood, camden county. much of collingswood looks like this crews busy from a storm that blew through town that
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didn't last long, it was powerful and destructive. >> we thought was a tornado, it was so loud and so violent. >> the wind 'debris was flying everywhere. we ran down the basement and within seconds was gone. >> reporter: that was gray and sues son their home is badly damaged their cars totaled. >> i loved that tree, that was my favorite tree, i'm grieving to lose a tree, that's so sad, but i'm happy we're okay. >> reporter: the neighbor had a free fall on her house. >> it sounded like a train coming through. >> you heard the train. >> the wind was so loud. >> reporter: bill tucker had branches fall on his retirement gift his new red mustang. >> one manning was acrossed here, the other one was acrossed here. >> reporter: out in browns mills, the damage speaks for
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itself, take a look behind me, utility poles are down. i'm told 8 to ten poles fell down it will take several days for this to get cleaned up. several poles are put back in place, 40 customers are without power. to a neighbor who said he has been living here a long time and never seen anything like this. >> i woke up and heard thunder and lightning, got up at 8:30, we had no power that's what i woke up to. >> reporter: despite all the damage in browns mills out in collingswood throughout the area we do not have a single report of someone being seriously injured. that's what people say they are most grateful for. bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> we're tracking other news of the morning for you, an american airlines jet heading from philadelphia to frankford germany returned to philadelphia because of mechanical problems,
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the flight was in the air for 2 1/2 hours of the 8 1/2 hour flight when the pilot turned back because of the mechanical issue. the plane landed at philadelphia international airport early this morning, american airlines has not said what the problem was. a lehigh valley town is shaken by an apparent murder suicide, a fugitive couple firing shots at police were found dead in the upper salken township home. this starting pointed when an officer noticed the couple in a car. the district attorney said they were wanted for parol violations in the area. as the officer approached the man pulled out a gun and fired. call for help captured the terrifying moments. >> handgun shots were fired. >> well at that point, the officer stopped chasing the suspect and called for backup.
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the district attorney picked up the story from there. >> individuals, at least two homes we know of which were occupied at the time they found one individual they left that home and found a woman sitting on her porch with the dog, they wanted car keys from the woman, she said she didn't have any, they went inside the home, the woman at that point with the dog left and went to a neighbor's home. >> the couple was tracked to the five thousand block of lime port pike. as police closed in they heard gunshots. teargas was used to get the couple to come out. police got inside the home and found the couple dead in the attic. this morning we're waiting to learn the couple's identity. we're continuing to follow a story that we reported for breaking news yesterday.
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the search continues for the person who brutally murdered a woman. she was stabbed repeatedly and beaten, her partially clothed body was found on the ground of dobbins high school in philadelphia. jeff chirico will have more on the disturbing story in the next half-hour. despite growing opposition from gop moderates and democrats, senator bernie sanders says. >> everybody knows the affordable care act is far from perfect. our responsibility to improve it not destroy it. >> koch brothers say it does not go far enough to cut government healthcare.
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despite the criticism on both sides of the political spectrum, president trump predicted gop senators will pass the bill. >> we'll get it done, even if we don't have any help from the democrats, we'll get it done. >> soon the congressional budget office is expected to release a report card on the bill that will predict how much the proposal would cost and how many americans will lose coverage. later this morning on this week president trump's counselor, kellyanne conway and rand paul are guests on this week with george stephanopoulos on 6abc. a local college professor catches heat after a facebook remark about otto warmbier.
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a girl falls from an amusement park ride and is saved by the people below. temperatures are starting to cool down, humidity leaves have dropped off. feet lyings a breath of fresh air out there, that will not last, i'll let you know when the muggies return and the heat returns in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast right after this
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as moms, we send our kids out into the world, full of hope. and we don't want something like meningitis b getting in their way. meningococcal group b disease, or meningitis b, is real. bexsero is a vaccine to help prevent meningitis b in 10 to 25 year olds. even if meningitis b is uncommon, that's not a chance we're willing to take. meningitis b is different from the meningitis most teens were probably vaccinated against when younger. we're getting the word out against meningitis b. our teens are getting bexsero. bexsero should not be given if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose. most common side effects are pain, redness or hardness at the injection site; muscle pain; fatigue; headache; nausea; and joint pain. bexsero may not protect all individuals. tell your healthcare professional if you're pregnant or if you have received any other meningitis b vaccines.
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ask your healthcare professional about the risks and benefits of bexsero and if vaccination with bexsero is right for your teen. moms, we can't wait.
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worst of the storms we got yesterday, but look at this, you can see there's sporadic damage like this huge tree that tore down power lines at 19th and became bridge. peco and utility crews on both sides of the delaware river have been working hard to restore the outages. 6:14 a.m. is the time, a rough morning yesterday, won't be the case today. >> reporter: no, nice and quite this morning. let's get you outside, and show you the view here. a couple of clouds upstairs, clouds are made of partial ice crystals, as the sun came up, you could see the reflection off the clouds, pretty yellows and oranges. we have temperatures in the 60s and 70s, and a few locations in the 50s, nice refreshing air working its way in. that dewpoint looks great. 72 in philadelphia. this dewpoint was 74, 75
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somewhere in that range now it's down to 61. it feels a whole lot better. pressure is holding steady. 60 in allentown. 58 in quakertown. reading, 64. philadelphia, 72. 63 in millville. 73 in cape may. trenton checking in at 65. here's a look at the dewpoint temperatures once you get below 60 it becomes refreshing. we have 50s popping up. low 60s out there this morning, that's only slightly humid. we were way up in this category yesterday, cape may sticky down there, you have a dewpoint of 69. that will be dropping off later this afternoon, even the jersey shore you'll start to see the drier air work its way in. satellite and radar clear skies this morning, just a couple of clouds upstairs, high pressure skirting on by from west to east. we have an upper level low right here that will pin wheel around the great lake states over the next couple of days, that will bring a chance of spotty shower to parts of the area, today,
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tomorrow, tuesday, it's mainly for areas well north of philadelphia, the lehigh valley and the poconos. the surface maps looks like, yesterday's funnel systems and storms all the way down here, this is a reinforcing cold front that will slide through tonight and that drop the humidity leaves down. everybody will see disappoints down in the 40s and 50s as we head into tomorrow with a lot of the sunshine and the slightest chance of a spotty shower. 3:30 p.m. 90% of the delaware he and the lehigh valleys are dry. you see one or two blips of green here, maybe patching clouds later on and spotty shower. monday, same thing we'll start out with sunshine, a couple of clouds build in during the day, one or two spotty showers in the lehigh valley and the poconos. tuesday, same thing all three days are nice and comfortable with dewpoints in the upper 50s and low 60s and temperatures in the upper 7070s and low 80s. 85, 80 degrees in cape may.
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trenton, 83. millville, 85 degrees. philadelphia, sunny and pleasant high of 85. you can see how it will play out hour by hour. sunshine from start to finish. 11:00 a.m., 80 degrees. 5:00 p.m., 84 degrees, in the mountains there's a chance of a spotty shower otherwise expect a combination of sun and clouds, it's cooler high of 73. for the jersey shore, the ocean temperature is chilly, 58 degrees, air temperature-wise up to 82. look for sunny skies a nice day low humidity levels. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, the heat will build as we head toward the end of the week. the humidity will increase as well. enjoy the comfortable weather while we have it. 85 degrees, sunny and nice, monday, sunny skies to start spotty shower in the after, north and west, 80 degrees, tuesday same thing sunshine, spotty shower late in the day, 77. and then we get into wednesday,
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same thing, more sunshine spotty shower 82. heat and humidity returns, thursday, friday, saturday, highs in the 90s. >> thank you for the update. the color run dream tour makes its way to south philadelphia. also known as the happiest 5. k on the planet. the untimed race ends with the participants doused in different colors from head to toe. there's giant unicorns and unicorn metal. afterwards there's a music festival with music and dancing and more colors back after this
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>> heartbreaking scene coming out of the china, crews are searching rubble left behind by a landslide in a remote village. 15 fema are dead. -- 15 people are dead. 120 are missing. dozens of homes are buried in huge rocks. 3,000 rescuers are on the scene using detection devices and dogs to look for any assigned of life. zanboni driver saved the life of a man at a hockey rink. a man had a heart attack, the driver grabbed the portable defib brill -- defibrillator.
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>> his whole body came up in the air. >> this is actually the second time garcia has had a heart attack at a hockey rink and saved by a portable defibrillator. his brother said his hockey-playing days are over. billy joel gave the commencement speech at his alma mater in long island. he was supposed to graduate back in 1967, but he didn't because he skipped english class, he got his diploma in 1992. ♪
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what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee.
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6:24 a.m., sports now, the phillies got crushed by the diamondbacks in arizona last night, the score 9-2. phillies had a two run home run on ben lively. arizona nokdz him around for -- knocked him around for four earned runs. the bullpen was hit hard again, the series wraps up later today. jeff skeverski with sports. >> reporter: the nhl draft is over, what's the next high priority for gm ron hextall finding another goalie either in free agency which starts next weekend or in a trade. steve mason is still in the mix. trading three picks to the arizona 35th where they take a 6'6" left winger, isaac will
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have aflick. after trading brayden schenn in the first round with all these draft picks are the flyers rebuilding? >> no. are we getting younger? yes we are getting younger. we have young players we have to open up opportunity for them to play. >> reporter: the union season has provided anything but fireworks, it's been a dud. once again they are back in last place trying to ignite some sort of winning streak last night on fireworks night. union at home against dc united on 6abc. scoreless, 35th minute. union on the board, goalie on day blake unreal protects the lead, late second half, how about this on the penalty kick, how does he know where it's
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going. dc united for the tie again. coming up in stoppage time, blake in the nick of time. union hang on, winning 1-nill. it is their first win in five weeks. this calls for a celebration, fireworks to celebrate. arena football the greatest show on turf these days, fans on the road in cleveland. seoul win 59-28 they are a perfect 10-0. they have won 17 straight games dating back to last year's championship season, how about the soul! that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> joe: hi. this is pennsylvania state treasurer joe torsella. our state treasury is proud to offer the pa able program,
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>> 6:29 a.m., the vine street expressway, is closed eastbound following this fatal crash. eastbound traffic is getting off the road at the broad street and it. the accident happened in the eastbound lanes of the highway between broad street and 8th street and it's. this is a live picture of the vine street expressway, it is blocked off, one person has died in the incident. westbound as you can see there, it's getting by. if you have to trach this area, you may have to take a detour before they clear the scene. more at let's get you caught up on
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the forecast with chris sowers, you are resting easy at the weather center today. >> reporter: yesterday was a wild morning, it is amazing how quickly everything evolved. we went from heavy, drenching downpours to the line of severe storms all within a half-hour's time. today it is a lot quieter. that storm system is well off the coast. you're seeing less humid air move in from the northwest from canada. the biggest thing with this air mass, is there is no instability. beautiful shot of the commodore barry bridge. 72 if philadelphia. 60 in allentown. reading, 64. millville, 63. trenton, 65. the shorepoints in the pack, temperatures in the 70s, but you're only heading up a 6, 7 degrees or so, and the sea breeze kicks in and puts a lid on the temperatures, low 80s in cape may, atlantic city and
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dover, 65 degrees. general wind speeds are between 3 and 5 miles per hour out of the northwest they will pick up later this afternoon ten to 15 miles per hour. satellite and radar you'll need a healthy dose of sunscreen out there, as well. just a few clouds. call from accuweather, mostly sunny, or sunshine mixed with clouds from time to time. a pleasant day highs around 85 degrees, there's humidity out there, so it's nice and refreshing. i'll be back along in just a few minutes and we'll talk about the muggies when they return in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a man in home depot took video of a tornado look at this developing in howell township, monmouth county, new jersey. fortunately, everybody is okay there. strong winds stoppled trees and power lines in south jersey and parts of delaware. trish hartman was out in one camden neighborhood after
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trees and power lines came tumbling down. >> reporter: sues and an -- susan and greg heard a loud sound, that sound with this tree crash into a front bedroom on stock exchange avenue in collingswood. >> the whole wall is caved in, the rooftop, the beam is down, water was just rushing in. >> reporter: still the family said they feel lucky they didn't get hurt as many who are dealing with trees and downed power lines after the storms swept through. take a look at this tree, the wind were so powerful it are yop rooted the tree taking their
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garden with it and hitting the back porch and crushing the deck. >> my husband said get downs and we saw the -- downs and -- downstairs, and we saw the tree. >> i said i think this is a tornado, my son sleeps in the attic bedroom, i called for him to get downstairs because i thought the tree would hit the house. >> apply windows was foggy, i couldn't see outside, i got up all you could see was the leaves and the rain, i heard a loud bang which could be any tree down on our street. >> reporter: trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> more breaking news coming in from camden county, new jersey. the action cam was at the 700 block of baird avenue in winslow
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township where a woman was shot and killed. she was shot in the head at 4:00 a.m. police have brought in k-9 units to track down the killer in this case, so far investigators have not given a motive for the shooting. when we get information we'll pass it to you. philadelphia police are seeking a break in a murder that stunned even the most hardened investigators. a woman was attacked and left to die outside a school. we told you about this this morning, breaking news yesterday morning. this morning who did it and why, remains as mystery. jeff chirico has the disturbing details. >> you don't expect to find somebody bludgeoned in the park. >> reporter: amid the striewnd crime scene -- strewn crime scene tape people returned to the park. >> this was a brutal, sarve annual attack -- savage attack.
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somebody wanted to make sure that she suffered and was killed. >> reporter: in predawn rain police and k-9 scoured the ground for evidence in here 21st and lehigh avenue. a passer by found the woman partially clothed and covered in blood, paramedics failed to revive her. >> from belongings found in the park, police identified the woman from the neighborhood. that frighted others. >> she walks these same streets she goes to work working overnight catching buses. >> reporter: as investigators search for suspects they hope surveillance cameras offer clues, meanwhile, harris is holding her children closer as her heartbreaks for the victim. >> woman out there trying to survive, she deserved to make it to her destination.
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>> reporter: police may have a suspect in mind, if you have any information call police. the university of delaware is condemning a comment made by catherine dead -- detweiler reported posted that the young man who died in north korea and died got what he deserved. she blamed his parents for letting him think he could getaway for whatever he wanted there have been calls for her to be fired. university tells "action news" we find those comments distressing and inconsistent with our values and sympathies are with the warm beer family. 6:36 a.m., a group of amusement park guests in upstate new york spring into action when they saw a delaware teenager dangling from a gondola.
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a visit caught the incident on cell phone video. you see the girl she is 14 years old. she slipped out of her seat. at first her head was stuck, when she manages to free her head, she clung to the seat with her hand. several people called on her to let go, when she did they caught her. she is in stable condition did he hospital without any serious injuries, believe it or not. investigators say they have not found any mechanical problems with the ride. >> a frightened time for the 14-year-old girl there. she'll be okay. if you're driving in pennsylvania, the drivers license is getting a new look, it has new security features including a 2d bar code. all driving inspectors are set to issue the new by the end of the year. they are not compliant by
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federal i.d. the state won't release them until 2019. voice command boulevard is on broad street, the group was there for the unveiling. >> the city that practically brought us musically and otherwise, were gracious and kind enough to give us this honor, it is truly an honor. i hope they were going to sing at the event. the east side of broad is philadelphia high school creative and performing art where all the group's original members attended. much more to come on "action news" skinned morning. air-conditioning dangers how cooling down could pose a fire risk. we'll tell you about the precautions you need to take so you can stay safe. outside we go sky6 live hd giving a beautiful shot over camden, new jersey. meteorologist chris sowers was
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tracking the storms yesterday, it is quiet today, he'll let you know how the rest of the weekend will shape up. fishermen are noticing no fishing signs in spots in delaware where they say this pastime should be allowed. we'll take a look at the argument coming up next.
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>> all right, so glad you stayed with us, the manayunk arts festival continues on main street. the festival features 300 local
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and nationally known artists and crafters. always a great time. i was out there yesterday, with christie ileto we were signing autographses saying hello to our lovely viewers. everybody was saying where was chris sowers? >> reporter: i was in the front yard in the spreader trying to put the stuff down to kill the grubs. i was taking care of the lawn, i had lawn duty yesterday. let's go live on sky6 live hd. we'll get you outside temple university camera, you can see a beautiful shot there, a couple of clouds upstairs, otherwise mainly clear conditions, the humidity leaves have gone down, feels so much better out there. yesterday was a nice day, if you woke up after 9:00 a.m., you didn't see much action at all, it was very, very nice, the humidity dropped off. we picked up a decent amount of sunshine.
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today, temperatures are lower, the humidity levels are lower, and the breeze will pick up a little bit, a nice gentle breeze. pottstown, 58 degrees, quakertown, 65. slatington, 66. malvern, 72 in center city. glassboro, checking in at 64, dover, 67 degrees, fortescue, 62. ewing, 63 in blue berry country, 65. elsewhere we go across the mid atlantic states, look how cool the numbers are. pittsburgh, 63 degrees. we have an upper level disturbance spinning across the northern great lake states, a canadian low pressure system it will meander about, it will usher in waves of dry air. it will feel nice and comfortable for the next two, three days, and then we see the return of humid conditions and we see heat by thursday and
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friday. satellite and radar nothing going on, nice and quiet. there's the upper level low it will slowly drift over the next couple of days. as it gets closer to the delaware and the lehigh valleys we'll increase the chance of a spotty shower or two most of us us stay dry, tomorrow there's the outside chance of a spotty shower and tuesday we'll see the greatest chance of a spotty shower. yesterday's mess is right here, reinforcing cold front slides in later today. that knocks everything out to sea, this is a nice dry, comfortable air mass that will stick around tuesday night and even wednesday, even though the temperatures increase, wednesday is comfortable, as well. it is thursday and friday it returns in the form of a warm front, hot and humid weather seeps into the mid atlantic states. today, sun and clouds, spotty showers north and west of philadelphia, not a big deal. if you see it, it will not last long and it will not be all that
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heavy. monday, sun and clouds, late in the day, the model is picking up more than a spotty shower for the poconos, everywhere in the immediate philadelphia, you'll probably stay dry. today, nice day, pleasant, 85. winds out of the west/northwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. starting out with a ton of sunshine this morning, just a couple of more clouds building in the afternoon. 3:00 p.m., temperature, 85. 5:00 p.m., 84. again, no humidity out there. jersey shore this is your day, make sure you're applying the sunscreen, mostly sunny, less humid on the sand, risk for rip currents. 82 in ocean city, cape may, 81. delaware beaches, 82, 83. rehoboth beach 82 degrees, bethany beach, 83. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here beg, nice -- here we go, nice and comfortable today and tomorrow.
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85 today, 83 tomorrow. tuesday, everybody has a better chance of seeing the spotty shower, it's a cooler day, highs around 77. wednesday, 82. lots of sunshine and pleasant. thursday, friday, saturday be looks like another heat wave, hazy, hot and humid, 90 degrees thursday, 90 friday, 92 saturday, joy joy. >> 77 on tuesday, i think it was. >> reporter: especially for june standards that's really good. >> good work, chris. >> reporter: thank you. 6:46 a.m., a new plaque in atlantic city honors long time television and radio personality. pinky kravitz was the host of the longest radio running talk show in the nation, 1400, wond. he hosted that show for 57 years and dubbed mr. atlantic city. he died in 2014. he was 88 years old. it was an incident that
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remains a controversial part of philadelphia's modern history. the move bombing is getting a place in the city's history. a historical marker was unveiled during a ceremony at osage avenue and cobbs creek parkway, where the move lived until they were bombed by police in 1985. that marker is the result of two years of work of students at the jubilee school. 6:47 a.m., during to the crime fighters cold case, a brutal crime happened in front of dozens of people. here's rick williams. >> reporter: just before 2:00 a.m. on sunday august 7, a couple of dozen people were gathered along the 6600 block of essington avenue in southwest philadelphia. >> they had drag races from time to time right near the airport. >> reporter: 39-year-old robert ostig up -- ostigin was nearby.
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>> reporter: he was hit with multiple gunshots. the 20 shots that were fired only strike the individual, no other people in the area are hurt. >> reporter: the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 in reward money for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. >> if you give them the help there's $20,000 waiting for you, call 215-546-tips remain anonymous and come down and collect the reward when they get convicted. >> reporter: again, the number is 215-546-tips all calls remain anonymous, for crimefighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news."
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today, we're out here with some big news about type 2 diabetes. you have type 2 diabetes, right? yes. so let me ask you this... how does diabetes affect your heart? it doesn't, does it? actually, it does. type 2 diabetes can make you twice as likely to die from a cardiovascular event, like a heart attack or stroke. and with heart disease, your risk is even higher. you didn't know that. no. yeah. but, wait, there's good news for adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease. jardiance is the only type 2 diabetes pill with a lifesaving cardiovascular benefit. jardiance is proven to both significantly reduce the chance of dying from a cardiovascular event in adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease and lower your a1c. jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded,
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or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis or an allergic reaction. symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take jardiance if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney problems. other side effects are sudden kidney problems, genital yeast infections, increased bad cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, which may be serious. taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. so now that you know all that, what do you think? that it's time to think about jardiance. ask your doctor about jardiance. and get to the heart of what matters. plane slammed into a building with a day care inside.
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surveillance video shows the plane going down. it shows it pinwheeling as it crashes in fort meyers, florida. the passenger died, the pilot was rushed to the hospital. fortunately since it was saturday, the day care was closed. >> i saw this plane going really low. when he passed the trees, clipped the trees and flipped over and hit the side of the building and did a summer salt and blew up. >> reporter: faa and ntsb is investigating. a consumer alert, when you crank up the air-conditioners, if you don't watch out, ac can pose a fire risk. >> reporter: it's the close call no one saw coming this two-alarm fire in tampa florida at an apartment complex caused not by
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a kitchen fire or candle, but air-conditioner. >> i look out my window in the ac unit was on fire. >> reporter: while nothing beats the heat like a cool blast of aconditioning -- air-conditioning there could problems in your home. >> they can if they are overworked and overheated or electrical issues they can catch nearby combustibles on fire. >> reporter: from 2010 to 2014 there were 28 home structures fires caused bide air conditions causing 20 deaths and 140 injuries and $82 million in property damage annually. what to do to stay cool and safe. change the filter and insure you have an adequate power supply, don't put too much strain on the
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energy source so try not to share an outlet with other power devices. >> when you use extension cords they overheat and can cause a problem. >> reporter: make sure it has room to breathe. >> create that circle of safety, make sure you're clear of combustible material. >> all right, good information there, that was abc's david davd kerley report. a woman who is a regular at the kentucky drive-thru offered to pay for the family behind her and said happy father's day. that dad paid for the car behind him, three cars become 100, from 80 to midnight, the good deed kept going until closing time, a super sized way to pay it forward. ♪
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including jason. open a pa able account today by visiting our website at >>jason: start saving to dream bigger today. >> so glad you stayed with us, there's a new million dollar pier in old new castle battery park. it looks like a fishing pier, but you can't go fishing. alicia vitarelli explains. >> reporter: a new castle police officer stopped a man and his son from fishing at the battery park pier. >> it is my first time here. >> i don't get it why they made it illegal. >> reporter: robert thomas feels the same way, since he saw the new fishing signs on this fish are pier in battery park. he is trying to find out why. >> when they filed for their permits and lease agreement
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there's fishing allowed and sightseeing and other things. >> reporter: the lease he is talking about is between new castle and the delaware river resources. city council never intended this to be a fishing pier. it is understanding that the lease states what can be done on the pier, but does not dictate what has to be done. the police officer suggested that he go a mile south to the fishing beach in dobbinsville. people fish here you have to climb over rocks to do it. >> it's hard to get down. >> reporter: we asked bill what he thought about the ban on fishing from the pier. >> people paid to build this peer and hunting and fishing licenses may have been used to do that, percentages they have a right to use the pier. >> reporter: for channel 6 "action news," i'm alicia vitarelli. >> the time 6:57 a.m., there's another hour of action straight
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ahead here's another story we're working on for you, a breaking news, a crash closes the eastbound vine street expressway, one person is dead. the chaos and the calm and the cleanup after saturday's storm. meteorologist chris sowers has a nicer start to the week, when "action news" sunday comes right back. >> 7:00 a.m., right now we have
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breaking news from the vine
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street expressway in center city philadelphia. an early morning crash killed at least one person and closed part of the road. this is video right here of the wreckage in the eastbound lanes of the highway between the broad street and 8th street and exits, the crash happened at 5:00 a.m., it trapped a person inside the vehicle, that person was freed and transported to hanheman hospital. the victim was pronounced at the hospital. this is a live picture of the vine street expressway, you can see the area is still shut off. crews still on the scene. eastbound traffic is getting off the road at the broad street exit. more on the story at and let's take you live outside on this sunday morning, 7:00 a.m., the calm after a stormy saturday morning, that left parts of the area under tornado warnings. >> a pleasant good morning to you, at least two tornadoes hit a new jersey


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