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fire turned deadly. plus the new assertion from president trump's legal team after a controversial tweet. are you ready for football? the eagles make their return to south philadelphia ahead of a preseason showdown in green bay. those stories, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with chris sowers the heat wave comes to an end today. >> reporter: the heat wave should come to an end today provided we don't hit 90 degrees. with all the cloud cover i'm sure we won't hit 90 degrees. these numbers are as low as i've seen in a few days. millville, 87. lancaster, 83. trenton, 79. watch what happens when when you factor in the humidity. 93 in wilmington.
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millville, 93. cape may, 90. philadelphia, 86 and 03 in dover. atlantic city at the airport, 84. we've lost the heat, but unfortunately we're dealing with the oppressive humidity. storm tracker 6 live we set it in motion for you, we're watching the cluster of showers and thunderstorms barreling through the ohio valley this afternoon that looks like it will make its way into our neck of the woods later this evening, and into the first part of the overnight. what to expect for the remainder of the day, look for clouds, peeks of sun, it will remain humid out here and one or two areas could see a stray pop-up shower or thunderstorm. i think most of us will stay dry. in terms of coverage we're talking ten to 10% of you will see the stray pop-up shower or thunderstorm. all that changes overnight tonight as the cluster of showers and thunderstorms gets closer to the region. numerous thunderstorms may develop overnight tonight and some of them could be strong to fear. when i come back i'll time everything out on future tracker 6 and have the exclusive
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accuweather seven-day forecast. guys? >> we begin with breaking news in montgomery county. prosecutors announced a homicide investigation into hatfield township. looking into the death of a 31-year-old man found on east orvilla road. officers made the discovery before midnight. police did not say how the victim died. his identity is being withheld pending the notification of his family. now to developing news in cheltenham township an early-morning house fire has turned deadly. an elderly couple was found inside a home that quickly went up in flames. >> bob brooks is live in elkins park with the details. bob, a heartbreaking story here. >> reporter: nydia and gray so tragic the couple that passed away, they were both 98 years old, roy and helen finestone. their home caught fire this
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morning. the investigation is underway to see what happened, i can tell you that the roof collapsed and the couple was trapped inside. by the time crews got to the scene of the 600 block of spring avenue it was too late, the roof collapsed. the couple inside wouldn't make it out. they passed away a husband an wife that almost lived 100 years old. the family confirms the victims are roy and helen finestone 98 years old. firefighters say smoke detecters were inside, but not sure if they were functional. >> please check your smoke detecters to make sure they are working and operational so we don't have another incident like this occur. >> reporter: a neighbor said it didn't take long before flames started shooting out of the home. >> hear the crackling and popping, you can see the fire on the tree it was intense.
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>> reporter: roy was a world war ii veteran in the navy. he was sent to the south pacific. when he came home he became an accountant. their mom helped occupant at the office with -- helped out at the office with roy and was a terrific woman and made a home cooked meal every night. no word on a cause, they are working to sure up the home to go inside, the victims, roy and helen finestone 98 years old. bob be channel 6 "action news." >> our throughout are with the family today, bob thank you. we're following news out of san antonio texas 8 people were found dead inside a boiling hot tractor-trailer parked outside a walmart. 30 were found inside the truck many in critical condition at this hour. >> we got a call from an
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walmart employee to get a check on the tractor-trailer parked in the lot. he was approached by someone in the truck asking for water. he came back with the water and called police. we arrived on scene and found 8 people dead in the back of the trailer. >> the driver of the truck is now in custody. authorities are investigating this as a possibly humidity trafficking offense. right now at noon, one man is dead and there is information about the car that was involved in the hit-and-run on the schuylkill expressway that caused his death. the 30-year-old victim was hit and killed on the eastbound side of the expressway at the montgomery drive off ramp at 10:30. police say the driver never stopped. we're told that the striking vehicle is a late model dark colored vehicle with damage to the front passenger side and the windshield. if you have information about this call pennsylvania state police. gun violence ripped through a north philadelphia
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neighborhood overnight leaving a man dead and another hospitalized. the action cam was at the scene on the 700 block of east russell street. they were called at 2:30 a.m. both scrims were driven to the hospital by private car. one was pronounced dead at the hospital. the other is in very critical condition. in chester, delaware county an 11-year-old boy is alive and in stable condition after a stray bullet went through the walls of his house and hit him in the chest. it was on the 400 block of township line road. he is hospitalized in stage condition. police have no suspects in the shooting. it has been a week since a neighbor shot and killed a couple in the frankford section of philadelphia. last night at a vigil the woman 's son pleaded for an arrest. friends and family of bob depaul and august dempsey gathered outside the shooter's home.
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he said he killed the couple following an argument. dempsey's son asked for prayers and asked for justice to be done. >> my mom would never climb a fence, she would never provoke violence because she would have to make it home to me and my brother. beyond why he is in his house. the district attorney's office declined to tell "action news" if they would file charges in the case. the investigation into the russian meddling into last year's election. >> in one of many tweets sent yesterday morning, while all agree the u.s. president has the power to pardon why think of that when the only crime so far is leaks against us. fake news. there are reports that president has inquired about the authority
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he could pardon aids or his family or himself in connection with the russian interference in the election. one attorney said the president has not discussed issues of pardon with outside legal team. >> while it makes for interesting academic discussions, let me tell you what the legal team is not doing, we're not reaching the issue, because the issue of pardon is not on the table there's nothing to pardon from. >> trump's tweets come day before the family members and allies will be on capitol hill for investigation. jared kushner will speak with senators and house members on tuesday. kushner is voluntarily cooperating by attending the meetings. president trump's son donald junior and paul manafort will get their turn on wednesday. they will sit for private interviews after both were
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invited to testify at a public hearing. the committee's ranking democrat told abc they hope to hear about a meeting between trump junior paul manafort and a russian lawyer. the wharton state forest fire is contained. as of last night it burned 3500 acres. a spokesperson for the forest fire service said the fire is not threatening any structures, but it has an impact. people are smelling smoke as far as away as long beach island 30 miles away. football season is in the air. carson wentz has arrived for practice. all the fans are invited to lincoln financial field for the free practice. the preseason begins august 10
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in green bay. the eagles host buffalo for the first preseason game the following sunday. we'll have more training camp coming up for you in sports. >> nobody is more excited than on our 3-year-old son. a massive 8 alarm fire sparked panic in bone -- boston. what could be behind the cause of the flames. >> a card shark earns himself a 7 figure payday that story when "action news" comes right back.
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so glad you stayed with us, a mass issue fire in a massachusetts town ripped through five buildings of an
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apartment complex. 8 fire companies rushed to the scene. it looks like the fire started at a construction site in the apartment complex. >> new zealand, people are assessing flooding after storms hit christ church. some areas saw three times the monthly average of rain over the last two days. people here in the delaware valley are cleaning up from storms. the action cam was in camden where a tree branch fell on top of the trailer home and the roof caved in saturday fortunately nobody was inside at the time. >> you've been complaining about the heat you have, i know. today relief. meteorologist chris sowers -- >> reporter: a little bit, let's get you outside and show you what's going on around the delaware and lehigh valleys. this is our live sky6 live hd looking at the platt bridge.
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mostly cloudy conditions this afternoon it is extremely humid. the little bit of relief that gray is talking about is the fact that temperatures should day below 90 degrees. the dewpoint temperature once again, most locations are well up in the 70s. dover, 86. i'm not sure if that's the correct reading. everybody else that's the general idea. millville, 75. wilmington, 72. lancaster, 73. philadelphia, 71 and you can see where we scale that, that's at the top of the scale what we call oppressive. unfortunately these levels will not be dropping off anytime soon. it's not until tomorrow evening when we see the numbers drop into the low 60s which will feel better than what we've been dealing with. complex of showers and thunderstorms appears to be fizzling out, which is fantastic news, but a lot of forecast modeling suggests as the heating of the day gets going it will
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intense if -- intensify and rigt along the mason dixon line right into our region. here's are a closeup look at it. a lot of reds beginning to fizzle out. that's a good sign it's a sign it is weakening a little bit. we'll have to wait and see how it progresses over the next 6 to 10 hours or so. future tracker 6 suggests it will pack a punch as the crosses the region. the idea for today, generally mostly cloudy skies, peeks of sunshine. one or two areas could see a stray thunderstorm this shows one over gloucester county 2:00 p.m. and upper montgomery county, as well. we fast forward into the afternoon hours, one or two stray showers or storms you can say a lot of us stay dry. we get into the evening. here comes the main event barreling across the western suburbs first and eventually crossing over the delaware river
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and south jersey and delaware after 10:00 p.m. or so. after midnight we have another round battering the lehigh valley and the far western suburbs. the good news this computer update shows everything is gone in time for the morning commute tomorrow. that's good news, maybe the traveling will be a little bit ears here. cloudy conscious, peeks of sun, monday a stray shower. monday is a day of transition, one or two showers possible. overnight tonight, lightning there's a high probability of seeing numerous cloud to ground lightning strikes. sphrong -- strong gusty winds 55 miles per hour that could create damage like we saw yesterday with the complex of storms that raced through here, we saw uprooted trees and power outages and we could see that overnight tonight.
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mostly today is quite, stray shower or thunderstorm. sun and humid, 85 degrees is the forecasted high. with the humidity it will feel like 88 in philadelphia and 93 in lancaster. for the poconos, the rest of the way, mainly cloudy peeks of sun, humid, 75. jersey shore, same thing, cloudy skies peeks of sun, muggy, high temperatures in the low 80s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast no 90s on this board. 85 today, humid sun tomorrow, transition day, 86. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, look great. high temperatures in the low to mid mid 80s sun and clouds no humidity. >> sounds good. him. sunburn is good to avoid, if you get burns we have tip to make the recovery process easier. >> a very special homecoming for a local veteran. you'll hear how a group of strangers teamed up to give a
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man a new lease on life. details when "action news" continues.
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>> welcome back on this sunday not a terrible day out there. sky6 live hd taking a live look at cape may. the high today at the shore, 82 degrees, 12:21 a.m. if you're planning a trip to the pool or beach this summer, you know the rules don't forget your sunscreen and remember to reapply regularly. consumer reports has tips for making sunburn more bearable in recovery. >> a burning sensation, itchy as it is drying up. not comfortable not sleeping well at night. >> reporter: consumer reports has stuff to take to make the sunburn look and feel better while it heals. a cool or luke warm shower can
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take the heat out of sunburned skin. as you get out of the shower or bath while the skin is damp apply moisturizer lotion. aloe can work, too. if the pain is hard to bear take aspirin or iibuprofen. resist the urge to peel. >> exposing the skin there's more risk of infection. >> don't forget to reapply sunscreen regularly, one application is not enough to ray void getting sunburned. for more immediate relief try a cold compress or thin layer of
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cold plain yogurt. if you develop blisters be sure to see your doctor. >> in "healthcheck," gaining ten pounds during early adulthood could raise your risk of chronic disease like cancer and heart disease according to a new study at the harvard school of public health in boston. 110,000 people were involved in the study. researchers found even a ten pound weight gain can increase your risk. the more weight gained, the higher the increase. new study sheds light on the long-lasting effects sports have on your body. researchers found sports increase your risk of arthritis in you're knees. the study found in certain athletes who are likely to develop knee osteoarthritis those who took part in sports like soccer and relate level long distance running were three to seven times likely to suffer from that ailment. there's more to come on
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"action news," including more on the eagles return to training camp. plus a tough loss for the phillies after a big rally at citizens bank park. sports is next. glad you stayed with us, all
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you eagles fans get ready football is almost back. >> jeff skeverski has more on e preparation for training camp, plus a tough loss for phillies in sports. >> reporter: ru ready for football? -- are you ready for football? carson wentz will be among the rookies and selected veterans checking in for training camp today. he is not the only one with high expectations season. one of the big story line in the
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training camp how jeffrey wentz gel together. jeffrey said he can't wait to kick off the keelings training camp and -- eagles training camp and, of course, catch touchdowns this season for carson wentz. >> we're going to do something special this year. we'll let him make plays and have fun with it. like i said the sky is the limit. we have to go out there and put the work in. >> the phillies are trying to drum up a trade or two. starter jeremy hellerson may have talked himself out of going to a contender. the phillies and the fans could use a hug. not picture perfect for jeremy
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hellerson. how about this in the 7th. braun on base, they have him, he is dead. for my joseph throws it, they are getting booed and booed loudly. check it out, how about some cheers they come back scoring four times in the 7th. hernandez, a three-run bomb. they are within 3. cameron ruf rip is it. they give up three hits to the brewers and the game. just like that phillies lose, 9-8. >> that was a tough one to take, you're down by 7 runs, 8 to 1. i thought we had the momentum
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going in our favor, we couldn't get it done. >> reporter: the union in columbus last night they are short-handed because of the go cup and injuries. john mccarthy. how about the save in net. 56th minute, ugly off a union player and in, mccarthy cannot get his hands on this one, wow, union lose 1-nill. they will get another shot at these guys on wednesday at home. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> now on "action news" at
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12:30 a.m., a murder mystery in louisiana. the new clues from an autopsy after a local official's wife was found dead after a fire. a big payday for a sharp card shark with local roots. a group of strangers ban together to give a veteran a new lease on life. those stories, but first, outside we go to chris sowers for a check of the accuweather forecast. will people want to give you a hug today? >> reporter: no, as a matter of fact i want to go back inside. the temperatures are not that bad, but the humidity is extremely high, so it's an
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uncomfortable afternoon around the delaware and lehigh valleys. 74 in pottstown, 75 in kutztown. coatsville, 83. kirkwood, 81 him and center city, 80. glassboro, 82. look at smyrna, 90. dover, 86. 81 in tuckahoe and cape may at the point, 84. lots of cloud cover this afternoon that's the factor that's holding the temperatures back, had we had a day of full sun we would be talking about highs in the 90s once again today. thank the clouds for the somewhat cooler temperatures. every now and then we start to see an isolated shower or stray thunderstorm pop up. but as you just saw, most of us stay dry. peeks of sunshine the rest of the way. muggy, 2:00 p.m., 84. 5:00 p.m., 85 with feels-like temperatures ranging 87 to 89 degrees. if you're thinking the front lawn needs water, guess what we've got good news for you you
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there. drenching downpours on the way. the forecast model is showing anywhere from one to three inches with the thunderstorms that develop this evening, and into the overnight. i'll be back along in just a few minutes. i'll time it out for you in future tracker 6 and the numbers in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up in ten minutes. back to the developing news in montgomery county, such a sad story a husband and wife both 98 years old have died after their elkins park house caught fire. family members say roy and helen finestone were found inside the home on 600 block of spring avenue. flames broke out at 4:45 a.m. smoke detecters were inside, but they are not sure if they were working. a cause of the fire has not been determined. happening right now, philadelphia police are searching for clues in a shooting that sent a man to the hospital. the action cam at the scene bridge and hawthorne street in the frankford section of the
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city. shots were fired, when officers got to the scene they found the victim lying on the ground. he was shot repeatedly. the man was taken to the hospital, no word on his condition. the last of the four young men murdered in bucks county has been laid to rest. friend and family gathered for dean finocchiaro's funeral in levittown. a talked about working with him at richmond's ice cream company in levittown. >> he with a was an awesome young kid. he always made me laugh. >> reporter: it was the last of the four young men found buried on the farm in solbury township. cosmo dinardo confessed to shooting and killing all four men during drug deals. we're learn being a house fire investigation that appears to be a murder. at first it looked like the wife of a louisiana fire chief died
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from injuries caused by a house fire. an's confirmed the fire did not kill her. friday at the same time for a memorial service for the 49-year-old, the coroner announced that an autopsy revealed she had died from a gunshot injury. they have not given the cause of death, but concluded it was not from the fire. her husband the battalion chief was reportedly at work when the call for fire came in. >> typically if you have someone shot and house set on fire, it's no the a stranger. it's somebody in her life. >> the state fire marshal is trying to determine how the fire started. investigators believe that answer will explain a great deal. president trump is hoping his so-called 100,000-ton message to the world will send a message to congress. yesterday the president helped hand over the u.s.s. gerald r.ford the navy's newest
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aircraft carrier. he referred to the $12.9 billion warship as quote an incredible work of art. he called on congress to approve his request for another 54 billion dotter for -- dollarr the next year. scott blumstein of dwig brigantine one the world championship series of poker. scott blumstein and daniel on the and 7 others reached the table after bethany 7200 participants. >> i was just a kid who liked playing poker and here i am the champ of the events. >> reporter: he took home a
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bracelet that has rubies and black diamonds. got to love it. >> officers in montgomery county got the chance to connect with the community that they serve. the action cam was at carlino's market this morning for the coffee with a cop eventful weekend it was an innormal meet and greet -- informal meet and greet that brings together citizens and police officers. a homeless disable veteran was homeless and hopeless until they stepped in. >> reporter: welcome home nick, he arrived like a celebrity waving to a crowd of people who couldn't be happier to see him. nick a disabled veteran was homeless. >> he was literally living in a tent in the woods.
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>> reporter: enter as i understanddy reamer, who fought to get his rental application approved for this house in belmawr. he broke my heart and melted my heart from there i wanted to make sure i could help him. >> then in 24 hours they turned this house into a home. >> i can't thank everybody a enough. this is awesome, the community like this coming together and helping me out, i can't even -- i wouldn't have imagined anything like this. >> reporter: friends, family, co-workers pitched in to furnish the house from top to bottom and stock the fridge and the cabinets. >> people out of the goodness of their hearts, furniture, anything we needed. somebody gave him a bicycle. >> reporter: gift cards for groceries all to thank the air force vet who came upon hard times. >> it shows you that america is still great!
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[cheers and applause]. >> there was not a dry eye and hugs were contagious. >> thanks. >> reporter: even from his new neighbors, small gestures of kind insist with one big message. >> look around you, all you have to do is look around you if you need help. >> the doe facings school supplies, nick says he is heading to rutgers in the fall to study social work to help others in the same situation he was in. alicia vitarelli channel 6 "action news." >> that's a great story, i love that's going to continue to pay it forward. >> thank you for your service, by the way. >> much more to come on "action news" sunday. controversial policy at one new york state restaurant is getting national attention why the owners are telling diners they are only allowed one alcoholic drink with there meal. we'll take you inside the upper darby summer stage athlete
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program in 6abc loves the arts when "action news" continues after the break. >> officials are calling the
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4.9 magnitude triewrm treerm -- tremor a light earthquake. there were no reports of injuries or serious damage. >> reporter: there are 13,000 light earthquakes in the world each year. >> let's get you caught up on the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. tomorrow will be better than today. and tuesday will be better than monday as we slowly pull out of the this. sky6 live hd looking at the commodore barry bridge. you can see the cloud cover, you can see the puffy, cumulus clouds representing a lot of humidity. that's what tends to happen when you have humid conditions. think if you're down in orlando, you see that all the time down there.
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well, we're seeing the same air mass here. it's tropical in nature. later in the afternoon and in the evening hours we could see downpours as a result of the humidity. speaking of downpours we're not picking up much of radar. we have one or two stray showers popping up. there's malaga landisville north of buena. it's mainly cloudy today there could one or two stray showers or thunderstorms developing. 85 in millville. wilmington, 87. dover, 86. philadelphia, 82. temperature-wise that's not bad. look what happens when you factor in the humidity. all of a sudden it feels like 86 in the city. 93234 millville. they are having problems with the reporting station. lancaster, 89. 95 down in cape may. tomorrow it should feel better than the readings you just saw behind me. storm tracker 6 live we set it
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in motion, this little complex cluster out of the ohio valley that arrives overnight tonight in the form of thunderstorms and drenching downpours. what to expect this evening, and into tonight. this afternoon a stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. showers and storms the heaviest should fall south and east of the city. you could see flash flooding and damaging winds gusts to the tune of 50 to 65 miles per hour. future tracker 6 continues the idea of a stray shower or pop-up thunderstorm this afternoon. in the evening hours, here it comes, the bigger showers and thunderstorms by 9:00. over the city by 10:00 p.m., 10:30 p.m. we'll see this after the midnight hour, 3:00 a.m., more showers for the lehigh valley. drenching downpours and good gust of wind and small hail. 8:00 a.m., monday morning, everything clears out nicely. we have cloudy skies, but the moisture pulls away.
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monday a day of transition, a sun an clouds, and leftover showers and the humidity levels are going to fall. that will set up a comfortable monday night and comfortable tuesday and wednesday. as a matter of fact here's the generally idea. today's high, 85. feeling like 88. monday's high, 86. feeling like 88. there we go, tuesday, 83 feeling like 83 or maybe a degree or two lower than the actual air temperature balls we clear the humidity -- because we clear the humidity out completely. wilmington, 86. dover, 86. trenton, 84. clouds and sun, otherwise it's humid with a stray shower or thunderstorm. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows another stray shower or thunderstorm is possible for tomorrow, 85 today, 86 tomorrow, lowering humidity levels, tuesday, less humid and pleasant, 83. wednesday we continue the trend. partly sunny nice, high of 83. thursday not too bad, warmer, 86. friday and saturday right now we're posting 88.
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but i was just looking at some of the that data which shows low 80s and not upper 80s. normally when i show you that it's new data shows 90s. it's actually cooler. >> very good chris. >> thank you four the good news. le remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time online at 6abc.com/weather. we're getting our first look of the next chapter of the abc hit show once upon a time. a new battle of good versus evil is coming to 6abc. >> hello. >> are you henry mills. >> yeah, who are you? >> mime name is lucy, i'm your daughter. >> i don't have a daughter. >> yeah you do, come on your family needs you.
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>> that sneak peek of the 7th season once upon a time features the members of new cast that willed lead the newest story line for the series, once upon a time moves to a new time friday at 8:00 p.m. on october 6 on 6abc. >> that looks so good. the 43 season for the upper darby performing art center center stage. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: each summer over 700 students around the delaware valley participate in the summer stage theater program. their 43rd season features classics the whole family can enjoy. it's a program for young performers ages 11 to 28. each season the program produces 7 shows in 6 weeks. >> this is a place where families can bring their children and see an excellent high quality show. the kids come very invigorated
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to perform here the philadelphia premiere of the hunch back of notre dame. it's very powerful and emotional. it's not a happy disney movie. they made it an adult drama. >> reporter: rounding out the season are the productions of how i became a pirate and curious george and beauty and the beast junior. >> we put on top notch performances. >> i think adults are appellantsly surprised when they -- pleasantly surprised when they come. >> reporter: the program jumped correspond reese of big stars, - jump started careers of some of the biggest stars like tina fey. >> a lot of people get to direct the first show and do marketing for the first time or design a set or costumes.
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>> we pride yourselves on giving kids this extraordinary experience. >> reporter: the 43rd season of upper darby center stage runs through august 11. we have tickets and show times at 6abc loves the arts. i'm karen rogers.
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>> welcome back on this sunday! , sky6 live hd taking a live look at the benjamin franklin parkway, it is 82 degrees, 1251, the heat wave ending today, the humid wave as chris sowers says continues. a new york state restaurant is making waves with a croaferl new drinking -- controversial new drinking policy. the new rule if you're an adult driving yourself or a child or children home you're only allowed to have one alcoholic drink. bartenders say it's an easy policy to enforce.
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anyone who does not abide by the rule is asked to leave. >> i think it's a great policy when you think about the law and the responsibility that a parent has to protect their children. >> now legally the restaurant does have the right to enforce such a law. it been nearly 20 years since princess diana died in the tragic car crash in paris. now her sons, prince william and prince harry are talking about their favorite moments. >> she would come and watch us play football and smuggle sweets into her socks, walking back to the football match and having five packages of star bursts. >> she orchestrated to have cindy crawford and nigh -- niome
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campbell waiting for me. >> she opened up about the final phone call with their mother on the day she died. had diana survived the crash she would have turned 56 years old next month. >> two women are getting a lot of attention online for putting a mom-like twist on one of the hottest songs of the summer. ♪ [laughter] that's alicia and eden two women from texas two run a blog called laughing mom. they redid it the hit song. they parody the pains taking process of getting out of the door with kids in the morning or anytime of the day if you ask me. this video $40,000, it is the first spanish song to top the billboard charts since 1996.
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>> when "action news" continues an update on our top stories a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment. >> recapping n
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"action news," montgomery county investigators say a 31-year-old man's death in hatfield township is a homicide. after getting a tip call police found the man's body inside a house on the 2400 block of east orvilla road. a house and wife 98 years old have died in a fire in a
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montgomery county home. roy and helen finestone were found this morning on the 600 block of spring avenue. investigators are looking for the cause of the fire. a last check of the forecast before we go. a reminders if you see chris sowers hug him tomorrow, not today. >> reporter: normally at this time of the show i show you a picture of my goofy dog, murphy. he is not even two, ready for the sun with the glasses. bad to the bone. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 85 today, stray shower or thunderstorm, heavy showers and thunderstorms overnight tonight. everybody hug me tomorrow, 86 it will feel better, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, all look nice, comfortable temperatures in the low to mid 80s. >> i'll give you a squeeze today. >> highlights from this year's summer x games are next. >> "action news" continues tonight at 6:00 p.m. for gray hall, and the
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always huggable chris sowers. i'm nydia han. have a great sunday!
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