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>> good morning everyone, 4:30 a.m., june 29. >> police say after shooting one man dead a suspect try to is to hide in the home hurting the homeowner after a fight. we have a live report. a search for a pair of female robbers in delaware county catches the eye of philadelphia police. a big honor for a destination along the jersey shore. if the shore is your thing you might have been there.
>> reporter: you know the shore is my thing. >> reporter: it is karen's thing at times, mine sue, we have cloud cover sweeping in from the west as you can see from the weather center. most of you will be breaking up this morning and overall we're expecting a day of decent sunshine. temperatures in the 60s. 64 in wilmington, 62 in allentown and 65 in cape may. might seal humid after the sun comes up. as we get through the day we'll get more humid. it will be warmer today, 66 degrees by 7:00 a.m. noon, 81. 5:00 p.m., 86 degrees, the high 88 degrees at 3:00 p.m. if you have plans to head to the playground it's going to be a warm one. bring along cool drinks we're looking at sunny skies.
88 degrees by 3:00 p.m. karen when i step back we're looking at hotter and more humid weather coming in over the next couple of days. details ahead in the seven day. >> reporter: the vine street expressway, you can see it's shut down for overnight construction, it is expected to open in of a half-hour. 42 westbound we have an accident at first avenue. schuylkill approaching spring garden. traffic is moving nicely, eastbound traffic heading toward center city no problems at this early hour. in cinnaminson we have an water main break 130 southbound at riverton road. one lane getting by. one lane blocked on the betsy
ross bridge web. a man is dead following a wild scene in the olney section overnight. after his friend was shot, his friend tried to chase down the homeowner. the suspect ended up in a scuffle with a homeowner. katherine scott is live to tell us about the rest. >> reporter: we spoke to the family and friends of the homicide victim, howard white a disabled military vet who went back to work as a private contractor he was back for a month and a half when this happened. this is an extensive crime scene they need here for hours. this happened shortly before 1:00 a.m. his family said howard noticed a man casing a nearby bar, he it was trying to defuse the situation telling him to walk away. he was shot twice.
officers on patrol herd gunshots police responded. they saw white on the street citizen suspect flee. the victim's friend who has a permit to carry chased the suspect. he complied with police to drop his weapons. other officers chased the suspect. the suspect ended up breaking into a rear door of a house on the 6100 block of north 6th street. the suspect got into a struggle with the homeowner and his adult son. the owner sustained injuries to his head and face and taken to the hospital. the suspect was cut and bruised in the struggle and taken to the hospital in police custody. >> it turns out that the mall who forced his way into the home on 6th street was positively
identified as firing several shots that caused the death of a 46-year-old male who was killed at 5th and spencer. >> reporter: and back here live investigators remain on the scene gathering evidence there are a number of witnesses they were taken to homicide to be interviewed. live in olney. katherine scott which -- channe6 "action news." >> reporter: new information this morning about this crash in west goshen township chester county. the accident may have been caused by road rage. one person was killed after a black sedan crashed along southbound route 100 along 202 yesterday evening. police are looking for a red pick up truck that was seen fleeing the crash. two female rob are who held up two tours -- tour internal revenue internal
revenue -- tourist maybe involved in other robberies, as well. jeanette reyes has more. >> reporter: good morning, tam, police are intensifying the search for two women and a third man they are saying involved in a string of robberies. one of their victims an elderly woman from ecuador and the biggest concern they are becoming more aggressive. authorities are growing increasingly concerned about a trio of robbers suspected of being behind five incidents. three in upper darby and two in philadelphia. >> obviously they have been gotten more aggression irving over the few days they have been out here. >> reporter: police say the suspects believed to be two women and a man held up a domino's along race street they stole his vehicle.
they used that vehicle on in a robbery on the unit block of 10th street. the grandmother visiting from act door. >> the woman take the bag, so the woman take out a gun and look at her and punched her. >> reporter: the hyundai was crashed on june 24th north 62nd and found with no occupants inside. two days later a domino's driver was robbed and his volvo was stolen. >> people are trying to make a few dollars along with cab drivers trying to make a living are in fear of these individuals create crime in the communities and lay fear on everybody. >> reporter: and police say the women got away with $700 from the elderly victim. they are hoping someone will recognize the suspects and report them to police before
they strike again. reporting from southwest detectives, jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> patrons of a brewpub in the northern liberties section had a close call. the u-hall truck crashed into the urban village brewy -- brewery. >> it was like a bunch of stuff coming at me and pushing me away. >> police say the 41-year-old driver was going the wrong way on second street and swerved into the entrance of the building. an "action news" viewer captured the driver jumping out of the vehicle and taking off after the crash. he was captured a short time later. the restaurant was back open for business last night. >> president trump's limited travel band goes into effect today and sets new criteria
foresees i can't appear -- visa applicants from 6 martins isn't. 6 minorities countries. the strict airline security rules go into effect today. this follows intelligence that linked isis to a potential terror attack using explosives on laptops coming into the u.s. >> we can knot play whack a mole. we have to put new security measures in place to make it harder for isis to succeed. airlines who do not imply could be forced to ban laptops or not allowed to land in the u.s. as the summer heats up, it's nice to know we have one of
the best water parks in the country in our area. trip add adviser listed morey's pier was 8th and disney topped the list. assistant to pope francis is fighting sexual abuse accusations. wicked storms whip up tornadoes across the midwest. heat and humidity is coming here, david. >> reporter: we're comfortable enough, temperatures are in the 60s across the region. dewpoints so far so good we're in the upper 50s, once these climb into the 60 degrees range we'll start to feel more humid. that will happen later today and tonight. we'll have the
>> at least one tornadoes touched down in iowa. these pictures were captured of the twister as it moved across the town of sydney yesterday afternoon. there were no injuries reported. >> around here, heat and humidity coming back. >> reporter: yeah, they are. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you that we are dry as we take a look outside we're looking at skies skies. pretty picture of the commodore barry bridge. right now temperatures are okay, humidity leaves are still okay, but all that is going to change as we move through the day and into tonight. 67 degrees is the current temperature. the dewpoint below the 60-degree threshhold for humid air. wind out of the south and the ocean temperature is 64.
there are clouds around this morning we think they are high and thin enough we'll see sunshine poke through early. we saw that on sky6 live hd in fact. as we transition through the day we'll have mainly sunny skies. noon, 81. during the afternoon the human begins to rise up a little bit and we get a high of 88 this afternoon and 85 by 6:00 p.m. and warm and humid as we move through the day. high temperatures across the region, 88 in allentown. 89 in reading, similar numbers up and down the i-95 corridor from trenton to wilmington. 86 in millville. if you're down the shore it's warmer than yesterday. 82 in cape may. 85 on the the boardwalk. here the dewpoints they are in the 50s for now. the model showing you as we get into the afternoon and evening, the dewpoints do rise you'll feel humid that were and more so as we go later into tonight. tomorrow, we usher in heat and
humidity. 92 will be the hot high it will feel muggy tomorrow. in the afternoon with the frontal boundaries in the neighborhood there's a chance of a pop-up thunderstorm and we'll keep that pattern in through the weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 88. breezy and warmer than it was yesterday and eventually getting a little more humid. tomorrow, hot and humid, 92. a stray thunderstorm may pop up in a couple of places later in the day and evening. saturday, hot high 92. thunderstorm possible there. we'll pull back on the idea of widespread storms looks like it will be more scattered. nonetheless if one heads your way good idea to take cover indoors. hot and humid on sunday, thunderstorm popping through at times, 90 is the call for sunday, sticky in through here. monday we get on the other side of that humidity, but not the heat. looks like monday's high is 91, less humid, partly sunny, but a day appropriate for cool things.
4th of july, hot an afternoon thunderstorm can't be ruled out. 90 degrees there. looks like it will be on the hot side. not necessarily super oppressive, though, in terms of the storm looks like they are on the spotty side and then wednesday more of the same, still a little unsettled. >> spotty better than -- >> reporter: wipeout. it's a long way away we may have to tweak that. >> an explosion blew the walls off a dormatory in kentucky. many high school students were on campus at the time. all the students are safe and accounted for. a top cardinal at the vatican is facing sexual abuse's charges, cardinal pell is accused of sexual assault
offenses. he is returning to australia where he faces a court appearance on july 19. governor wolf has strengthened the law for those who abuse animals. it changes how a dog westbound tethered and increases protection for horses. it is a historic step forward toward protecting horses and pets from abuse. >> a new poll suggests a lot of people out there, that fun times are putting them in debt. a gorilla in the philadelphia zoo let's food guide her in making life. intelligent technology can help protect it. the all-new audi q5 is here.
intelligent. explosive. the all-new audi s5 sportback. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, we're looking live this morning on sky6 live hd looking toward the ben franklin bridge. we can see clouds ahead starting to break we'll in the end see mostly sunny skies today. let's take a look into new jersey looking good turnersville or deptford, 42 no delays or issues heading out right now.
70 eastbound haddonfield and kings highway they are blocking the left lane. you can see flashing lights with police out there and construction crews. same situation on 422 westbound the on-ramp to 23. penndot taking a close up look, they have the cones on 422 westbound, the on-ramp block for another hour. the on-ramp to first avenue we have two issues on 422, tam. >> thank you, karen. >> a brand new baby at the philadelphia zoo has a name. gorilla mom kira chose a name for her son, the name means miracle in with a -- with a -- as you plan for summer vacation maybe you're fretting
about the cost. 66% spend more than a month's rent or mortgage on a week-long vacation. it takes an average of 6 months to recover from the vacation. 74 admit going into debt to pay for that time off. turning to wall street. stocks bounced back to tuesday's losses and futures point to more gains at the opening bell. uber is allowing users to request rides from someone's. the ride sharing app wants to make the service accessible to the entire family. the app sends a text to the rider with the driver's detail and link to track the route. the iphone is ten years old now. apple released the first version of the smart phone on june 29, 2007. it changed many of our lives. since then 1 billion cellular
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