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>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m. on this saturday, september 6. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," 6 people are homeless after a fire in their west philadelphia row home. police in bucks county are looking at surveillance video as they search for a scam artist who allegedly took thousands of dollars from a man. hot and sticky, relief is on the the way from our tropical-like weather. chris sowers outside sweating it out. good morning, chris. >> reporter: it doesn't take long, it's great if you enjoy sitting in a steam room.take temperatures are in the 70s, but dewpoints are in the 70s. it makes for a very uncomfortable morning around the delaware valley. 76 degrees for philadelphia. millville, trenton, 73.
allentown, 71. reading, 73 degrees, feels-like temperatures later on, it will be another hot and oppressive day. it will feel like 95 degrees late this afternoon into the evening. same number for trenton, 88 for allentown, 92 in wilmington and i millville, 92 degrees, these numbers are below heat advisory criteria. it's the fact that the heat and humidity takes a toll on the body. if you're going to be outdoors, stay hydrated. we have a cold front coming in from the west, that cold front interaction with the warm, soup air and we'll get thunderstorms flaring up. we'll have to keep a close eye to the lay radar and see how this plays out. hot and humid that's the call from accuweather a, heavy thunderstorms possible, 91 feeling like 96. tomorrow, once the cold front passes through, we get into a
completely different air mass, get a load of these numbers, 45 degrees in rapid city. most of the high plains are stuck in the 40s, that is charging east, arrives first thing tomorrow morning, perfect timing for the eagles game. it will feel fantastic for the tailgaters, it will stick around for quite sometime. i'll have that in the semp -- seven-day forecast when i come back in just a bit. action cam was on the scene, 4100 block of ogden street, a fire broke out in the house in the middle of the block at 12:45. when firefighters arrived at the found flames shooting out of the second floor windows. five people escaped on their own, a 6th had to be rescued. none of them suffered any injuries. there's no word on the cause of the fire. police in bucks county are looking for scam artiists who
allegedly scammed a man out of the thousands of dollars. kenneth moten has the details. >> reporter: at least are surveillance images of the men who conned a northeast philadelphia man out of the $14,000. investigators say friday morning the theives who had african accents approached their mark at this wawa on grant avenue. they felt it was unsafe to put their money in the u.s. banking system and wanted to show how easy it was. the victim's prize for helping. 20,000, but first he would need to fork over $14,000 of his own cash. >> nobody makes $6,000 in a quick turnover. >> reporter: the russian american who speaks broken english drove the con artists to different banks to get the money. the theives wanted more, so they drove to bensalem to parx casino where the victim got a sizable
cash advance on his credit card. investigators sail the man made their way down the street to dunkin' donuts distracted the victim and left him broke in the parking lot escaping in a white minute -- minivan. >> what we don't want is another victim tomorrow. >> reporter: police believe the suspect's african accents fake and the cane a prop. at the wawa where it started, customers hate to -- had a a loo say about the scam. >> reporter: bensalem investigators said they got fingerprints and dna from the car, if you know the men or the white van, investigators wants to hear from you. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> a toddler is recovering in the hospital this morning after
falling from a window last night. it happened on the 900 block of bridge street in lawncrest section. the 19-month-old old girl was treated for a fractured skull and concussion and other head injuries. the toddler was rushed to saint christopher's hospital for children. she is in stable condition. police are investigating. police are investigating a crash that involved a motorcycle that slammed into a pick up truck. the truck driver was pulled over helping another person whose car was disabled on the shoulder. the motorcyclist crashed into the truck. a man and woman were taken to the hospital with injuries. a plane that crashed off florida was piloted by larry grazer, his wife was on the plane. he road for permission to lower
attitude. radio contract was lost a short time later, two u.s. jet fighters shadowed the plane. one of the pilots saw a man slumped over the controls and windows frosted indication that there was a locals of oxygen. >> this information i have is that we have spotted the plane we suspect the aircraft went down the east side of the island. >> a u.s. coast guard cutter is heading to the area to help in the search. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the investigation on what happened to the plane. "good morning america" weekend following this broadcast at 8:00 a.m. a harrisburg toddler has died from rocky mountain spotted fever a bacterial infection
rarely seen in pennsylvania. it's brought on boy a dog tick by the and pinkish dots cover a person's body. 2,000 cases are reported in the united states each year. the harrisburg case is the first in dauphin county since 1991. >> pennsylvania it's rare. it is treatable by an antibiotic. >> symptoms of rocky mountain spotted fever include early flu-like symptoms, fever, headache, muscle fan and the spotted rash. if you're going to the win wear bug spray and check your hair and clothes for ticks when you get home. more tests are being planned to determine what killed median joan rivers. the 81-year-old went into cardiac arrest last thursday after undergoing a procedure at a doctor's office. she was taken to the hospital on
life support and never regained consciousness. her originally autopsy was inclusive. she will be laid to rest at a manhattan temple. u.s. and major allies plan to work together to dismantel the militant group isis. president obama spoke during a nato sum it in wales. he said the u.s. and its allies will squeeze the finance of the terror group. >> there's great conviction that we have to act as partly of international community to degrade and destroy isis. >> he has faced a barrage of criticism by both sides of the aisle for his lack of direction
to stop the militants. ukraine russia and the rebel also signed a truce. president obama is hopeful, but skeptical about russia ending it's military interference in ukraine. >> the fightin' phils take the nationals to 11 innings in washington, we have highlights on how this ended at nearly midnight. plus, hurricane norbert wreaks havoc across the california coastline. , norbert is a beast moving across the baja getting as far north as the southern tip of california catch. remember what happened with the thunderstorms last week, something similar could happen tonight. i'll have the details from
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rain to sections of california and arizona and mexico enthough it is expected to stay off the west coast. it has caused evacuations along baja. it knock out power along the coastline. you see sure you surfers -- you always see that surfers running out 0 to those crazy waves. you remember when cristobol ran up the coast, i was in cape may, that day, to hear those waves crash the sand was rumbling, i can imagine when 25-foot waishes crash on the -- waves crash on the beach. that's brave surfers. today will be another uncomfortable day with highs in the low 90s feeling like the mid 9 enand you can tell how
humid it is by looking at the haze out there. le that's the view in penns landing. 76 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 72. winds out of the southwest at 8 miles per hour. the pressure reading is climbing, right now it's under 30 inches. millville, 74. dover, 75. sea isle city, 76 degrees, beach haven 75. we have visibility issues for the most part it's for areas well west city. you get into the outlying areas, lancaster and reading, some of the outlying roads visibility will drop dramatically. be ready for quick-changing visibility problems. 3 miles allentown,.3 for lancaster. we have mostly clear conditions up and down the eastern seaboard. the clouds increase this afternoon. that will bring the threat for
showers and thunderstorms after 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., into the evening from west to east across the delaware valley. the forecast for today, we'll keep the frontal system off to the west. him stormy across central pennsylvania. we'll start out with sun, hazy, hot and humid out there. le high pressure barrels in as we get into sunday it will shove that low out to sea. sunday, mild, highs in the upper 70s. nice breeze out of the northwest. lots of sunshine mixed with high, thin seer us clouds. -- cerus clouds. tomorrow, dewpoints in the mid 50s, reading, 40s. 53 in philadelphia. trenton, 54. wilmington, 57. the only thing we have to get through is the transition process of going from warm and
sticky to very comfortable tomorrow. we'll see fireworks as the front barrels through. from lunchtime to 3:00, 4:00 p.m., there could be an isolated thunderstorm just about anywhere. after 4:00 p.m., that's when the line pushes through. it will get into the city around 7:00, 8:00, this says midnight, but i'm not buying whether a that model says. let's say it gets into the city at 6, 7:00 p.m. it will work off the coast by 11:00 p.m. we'll see strong gusty winds and heavy downpours. large hail and isolated tornados we'll not see that, we can't completely rule it out, but it's on the low side. the main threat is downpours and strong gusty winds and isolated chance with minor flooding issues with the downpours. warm and humid, 87 degrees on the sand, 78, much cooler for
tomorrow, pleasant with a land breeze developing. you're doing a little boating it will be choppy on the water, waves 2 to 4 feet. winds strengthen out of the southwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. look at the ocean temperature, that's nice, it's almost like batting water at 75 degrees, philadelphia, hazy, hot humidity, thunderstorm possible, winds out of the southwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. evening he thunderstorms possible, part li cloudy in the outlying suburbs, 59, 66 for center city. 91 today, 80 degrees as we head into sunday afternoon. monday and tuesday look good, 77 degrees, monday. 73 degrees, tuesday. wednesday not too bad, warm and humid, 79. thursday, humid, a couple of thunderstorms are possible back into the 80s. the we'll get into friday, mostly cloudy, failure comfortable with a high -- fairly comfortable with a high of 82 degrees. the seven day looks fantastic,
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in springfield township, delaware county. it will raise money for alex's lemonade stand. all racers receive a complimentary t-shirt and goodie bag to take home. 90 artist show off their art at the kennedy plaza. tomorrow get your pooch in on the fun for the doggy dash fun run and walk. the two mill run and walk is for dog and owners. and benefits the animal rescue league of berks county. it begins at 9:00 a.m. on east main street rain or shine. that's a look at what's happening in and around our region this wee
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, we'll check on the beach and see what's going on down there. it will be a nice day down the jersey shore. it will be sticky, but you'll see a sea breeze develop. avalon, 76. wood by any, 76. ocean temperature right now 76 degrees. look at the delaware bay pushing 80. that's warm stuff. winds will run parallel to the shore, some areas won't see too much of a sea breeze, cape may will be cooler. places like atlantic city because the way of the oceanfront is laid off, you'll pick up an ocean breeze this afternoon. lbi, as well. officially we'll go 85, 86 degrees on the sand. winds out of the southwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. choppy if you're doing boating. waves 2 to 4 feet. make sure you're applying the
sunscreen. september is one of my favorite months down the jersey shore. the ocean temperature are nice and a warm, air temperature is warm, as well. back here ifed if, a completely dimplet story, i'm not a fan of the heat and humidity. 91 degrees it will feel like 95 or 96. heavy thunderstorms arriving late this afternoon. strong gusty winds and heavy downpours. >> the eagles are gearing up for their season opener. penn state's new coach prepare for his home debut and the phillies stun the nationals. ducis rogers has all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: the injury report is relatively clean heading into the sunday opener against jacksonville. pulk is questionable with a hamstring injury. the time to hit tackling dummies and each other is over.
eagles expect contributions from their rookie class. coach kelly said he views the newbies no different than their veterans. >> they were philadelphia eagles the first day they stepped on the field. >> it's going to be a good feeling, it's something i dreamed about, the preseason games got me going and ready, i'm not going to be too shy i'm going to play my game. >> we're putting book ends on tomorrow's game, join mike quick and myself at 11:30 as we preview the contest and 11:35 at night on 6abc, we'll wrap it up with eagles game day final. baseball we've been talking about what a great pick up jerome brown has been for the phillies. -- william also does not have his best stuff. williams give up five runs.
a short nighttime, phils down 7-4 in the 9th. carlos ruiz is not giving up. on 0-2 pitch. a few batters later, revere, two strikes about to outs, one homer in his entire career, perfect time for number two. it ties the game at 7. he leads the national league in batting average with a 316 clip. franco gets jammed to throw home. off the mark, the phils stun the nationals 9-8 in 11 innings. >> penn state's new football coach james franklin makes his home debut today. he grew up playing high school football in bucks county. le if you believe believe it it is his first game at beaver stadium as a fan or a keep coach. >> the walk, i think there will
hurt when a police cruiser and a car collide in camden overnight. an argument between neighbors ends in a stabbing. plus we're tracking stormy weather that will bring much cooler temperatures, but first we have to get through a hot and muggy saturday. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with a look ahead. you know how muggy it is. . the cool weather can't get here soon enough. it is extremely humid, very uncomfortable. temperatures if the 70s, it feels like you can cut the air with a knife. if you like the heat and humidity it's a great day for you. trenton, 73. millville, 76. dover, 75. poconos 71 of the most of the day will be dry, combination of sun and clouds, warm and sticky, highs in the low 90s dealing like the mid 90s. later this afternoon are after 4:00, if you have outdoor plans
i want you to keep an eye to the sky. this is this frontal system approaches from the northwest it will trigger showers and thunderstorms and some of these will be on the heavier side. we are expecting strong, gusty winds and drenching downpours. allentown be 89. philadelphia, 91. wilmington, 90. millville, 89. dover, 90. the weekend outlook at the change by tomorrow. 91 degrees feeling like 95. of only 80 for tomorrow. feels-like temperatures might be a degree or two cooler, so a completely different air mass is on the way. the headlines looks like another steamy one today. le big storms possible for tonight. the fall like feeling tomorrow. the following monday have us as cool as 63 degrees for the high temperature. that could be out in left field, but who knows, it's a sure sign that fall is on the way.
i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast in just a bit. >> we begin this half-hour with breaking news, the action cam is live on the scene of a barn fire in swedesboro, gloucester county. you can see the smoke pouring from the roof fertile green farm on the 900 block of mullica hill road. one barn has burned another damage is damaged. firefighters were hampered in their efforts to battle the blaze because of the lack of hydrants in the area. tanker truks were brought -- trucks were brought in from harrison lake to help douse the flames. no animals were hurt. we'll have more at 9 and 6abc.com. a metro county police officer and civilian are in the hospital after their vehicles slammed into each other. the action cam was on the scene at the intersection of delaware avenue and cooper street in camden. the collision knocked down the
traffic light. the civilian's car landed on a concrete divider. the injuries are not considered life threatening. in pennsauken police were called to a home on the 1900 block of 42nd street, after an argument between two neighbors ended in a stabbing. it happened at 1:30 when one man allegedly pulled out a large steak knife and stabbed the other man in the shoulder. the victim was rushed to cooper university hospital in serious condition, so far no word on what sparked that argument, and no word on any arrests. there's more trouble for atlantic city's casino a 4th is closing in the middle of month and now threats word a ifa 5th is having financial trouble. >> reporter: they are falling like dominoes, the revel closed on tuesday, the showboat closed sunday and there's word that the
trump taj mahal is on the brink leaving thousands of workers what's next. >> it's the number one thing they are talking about today. they are looking to me for answer, i don't have anything. >> reporter: wayne is jen manager of white house subs in the taj. the trump taj has filed financial documents with the state indicating they will not be able to pay their debt on time. the union representing most casino employees is already helping thousands of laid off worker to say navigate the unemployment process. another closing is the last thing they need. >> we're in the process of tracking down the rumors to see what the truth actually is. >> reporter: thousands are already out of the work with two closings this week and more lose their job on september 16 when trump plaza closes. 2800 work at the taj, many others work for franchises like white house subs which leases
space here. >> we have 4 glees that work for us -- employees that work for us, a big corporation like this, their employees are numbers to them, these are family to us. >> reporter: taj employees have not been told to expect the 60 day notice of a possible closing. even if the taj files for bankruptcy, it doesn't mean that it's the end. >> if it is true, this is the 4th filing, it hasn't closed in the past. we have no reason to believe it will close now 678. >> reporter: a lot of uncertainty for casino workers and now a lot of hopes are pinned on next week's summit meeting between locals and state officials. >> a popular restaurant at trump plaza is suing in order to keep its doors open. trump plaza is set to shut down september 16 him the rain forest
wants to remain open. the parents company which owns the golden nugget filed a lawsuit yesterday. they are demanding to remain open and operate independantly. >> atlantic city has been downgraded from a to a-plus. a lower credit rating could mean higher borrowing cost to the state. the philadelphia police department has honored a member of the force who has accomplished a rare feat. last night the police department gave corporal william clark a citation for his 45 years of service. his first day on the job was july 7, 1969. that month the first men landed on the moon. corporal clark thanked his
fellow officers for their teamwork he said their comrecalled -- a local boy will be a big inspiration for the blue hens credited in helping with his amazing recovery. sarah bloomquist has the story. >> is my locker here? >> reporter: it was the big day for danny. on wednesday, danny was assigned his very own locker with the university of delaware football team. it was only right for danny to have his on locker. he was number 26 and a very big part of the team. >> they have given him the will to push forward and play. >> reporter: two years ago, danny was in the midst of a 17 month stay a a. i. dupont
hospital for children being treated for a rare lymphoma. the team adopted him dan request fell in love with the game and the players on the team. >> they play with him and run on the football field with him. as a father that it is all i ever wanted to see my son do, was to play. >> give me a hug, how you doing? >> got to find my locker. >> reporter: especially close with his so-called big brother, ryan cobbs. >> he means more to me that i could ever explain. >> reporter: in his time with the blue hens danny showed amazing improvement. todays cancer is in remission. recently he got to meet players from another favorite team, the eagles. >> you want to try it on? >> sure. >> there you go. >> reporter: tonight danny with suit up in his new uniforms and
sit on the silence along the team he loves best the team that loves him right back. >> blue hens, blue hens. >> reporter: sarah bloomquist channel 6 "action news." how the stand up to cancer broadcast helps battle the disease right in our area. a center city restaurant creates delicious dishes with honey from it's own roof-top beehive. ♪
high winds toppled trees and turned over a tractor-trailer and snapped power lines that cut off electricity to 100 ten thousand homes and,s. a chick -- businesses, a chick-fil-a was completely flattened by the storm. therethere were no reports of ay injuries. >> reporter: let's hope we don't see scenes like this around here. the same frontal system that pushed through. him dynamically things that came together there won't come together, we hope. that's the view in atlantic city where it promises to be another nice beach day. we'll see a breeze out of the southwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. it will be hot on the sand, as well. we're talking about temperatures in the city close to 90 degrees, right on the beach you could climb into the mid to upper 80s, temperatures are in the 70s for most locations. you factor in the humidity it feels oppressive out there.
the new hold land, 7 -- holland, 73. chester, 74. agenda beach, 76. 76 in buena. cinnaminson, 74. hammonton, 73 degrees this morning. we don't have too much in the way of visibility issues unless you're traveling across the far western suburbs places like reading and lancaster, visibility down to 3 miles. ervel else is seeing -- everybody else is seeing sun and clouds. today will be in the oppressive category dewpoint in 70s. tomorrow it will feel like a touch of fall. that fall-like air mass will stick around for most of the crup coming week -- upcoming week. there's good news there. the frontal system stretches from new england to areas west of dallas. as that continues to push to the
south and east it will bring the cooler temperatures along with it. bismarck, north dakota most of the high plains in the 50s, omaha, 51 degrees, bismarck, 49 degrees, on the other side of the front it's 75 in memphis. you can see the huge temperature contrast. that fall-like air will push south and east over the next 48 hours. this stormy weather will stay across the central pennsylvania. in the delaware valley it's hot, winds out southwest combination of skin and -- combination of sun and clouds. later this evening, we'll see the thunderstorm system west to east. tomorrow, we'll see the high pressure take over, the winds shift out of the northwest cooler drier air seeps in from canada, lots of sunshine with a few high, thin passing clouds from time to time. get a load of the numbers here.
90 in allentown, 89 in philadelphia. 80 degrees tomorrow, 77 for the western suburbs. millville, 79. 75 in atlantic city. and wild, 76 degrees. it will feel a whole lot better come tomorrow. future tracker 6, most of the day is dry, there could an isolated pop-up thunderstorm, 95% of us are dry. after 4:00, if you're west of the city, keep an eye to the sky. that's when that broken line of thunderstorms approaches. some of the storms dob on the stronger -- could be on the stronger side. gusts of winds, lots of heavy downpours and lightning. the that could rush through the city around 8:00 this evening. the storm prediction center said the best chance of severe weather is the lehigh valley and the poconos and north heavy
downpours and cloud to grounds lightning strikes. hazy, hot and humid, heavy thunderstorms possible. winds increasing 10 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight expect heavy thunderstorms, partly cloudy, 59 degrees in the outlying suburbs, 66 for center city. eagles taking on the jaguars it's a 1:00 p.m. start time, football is back, it will feel like football, sun and clouds, 77 degrees when they get this thing going. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 91 degrees for today, 80 degrees for tomorrow and we're back in the 70s. 77 monday, sun and clouds. tuesday, 73. wednesday a little more humid, 79 is not going to feel nearly as refreshing as tomorrow's 80 degrees. thursday, thunderstorms are possible, 84. friday, mostly cloudy, 82 degrees, that's ahead of another cold shot. highs behind that shot, we'll see low 60s and lows in the low 40s western suburbs, but that's cool.
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>> let's get a final check of the weather, muggy, muggy, muggy. >> reporter: you said it. hazy, hot and humid, we're up to 91 degrees, it will feel like 95 or 96. cold front then sweeps through. 80 tomorrow. most of the time we're sitting in the 70s, very low humidity levels. 77 monday, tuesday, 73. wednesday, 79. you can see the next several days we'll be in the 70s. wednesday, 79 muggy not as comfortable. thursday, threat of thunderstorms, 84, turning warm and humid, friday mostly cloudy,
82 degrees. later this evening, chance of thunderstorms, otherwise it's quiet. >> good to hear. it is now 7:56 time toes good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hi philadelphia, severe weather is hitting the nation. wildfires scorching in california and oregon and hurricane norbert is moving along the west coast. abc's senior meteorologistologist is making his debut is here to track it all. a couple flying a plane from new york to florida went unconscious it would crash in the caribbean near jamaica. so many are asking what went wrong. a new york man strikes it rich after finding a winning lottery ticket in his truck. he has been driving around with
it for three weeks not knowing it was worth # million dollars. what he is saying about the hot golden ticket. >> we have more information about the barn damaged by fire in gloucester county. it's breaking news. the barn provides a service to the community beyond raising livestock. we'll explain. there's a chance today to help out angel flight, a nonprofit helping others in desperate times details on the fundraiser coming up. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday! pull the hair up, ladies, it's going to be a frizzy hair day, if you know what i what i mean.
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