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around, but the sun will win out for mother's day. show me the money, a powerball ticket sold in new jersey, hit the 429 million-dollar jacket pot last night. the wildfire causing so much devastation in western canada could burn for months. what's fueling it coming up. people walking around without an umbrella on the delaware river front. showers are moving through this morning, but the steady soaking is gone. that is good news and it is
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going to be a breezy and brighter day for mother's day. i posted a picture on facebook yesterday, the sun peeking out of the clouds. i was so happy to see them. >> reporter: whoever thought sunshine would be breaking weather news. we need it. >> reporter: it's been 11 straight days days of cloud cover. we have not seen the sun. that will change today after a couple of morning showers and brief downpours, especially north and west. the sun will shine brightly this afternoon it will be a spectacular finish to the weekend stay patient, we have an hour or two to go and the skies will brighten up. up in the lehigh valley we're seeing downpours. we'll zoom into upper bucks and montgomery county this is lehigh and north hampton county east of allentown along interstate 78. heavy showers and downpours, take it slow it is marching off to the east, future tracker has by 9:00 a.m., the showers along
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the jersey shore, everybody else starting to dry, and skies beginning to brighten up. forecast for today, looks like a couple of hours worth of cloud cover and a lot of sunshine this afternoon. 11:00 a.m. temperatures, 62. 1:00 p.m., 64. 3:00 p.m., 66 and 5:00 p.m., 68 degrees. clouds to sun that's the call from accuweather. winds out of the west northwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. that's going to pump the temperatures up close to 067 degrees. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll see how long the sunshine lasts and we'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. nydia? chris, thank you. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. turning to that big news overnight someone dreamed of hitting the jackpot has come through. a ticket sold in new jersey won the 429.6 million powerball
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drawing. the ticket was bought in mercer county. the luck numbers, 5, 25, 26, 44, 66. the powerball was 9. we're putting the numbers at the bottom of the screen. saturday's jackpot was the largest since a record $1.6 billion payout in january. time 6:03. we're following a developing story this morning in trenton, new jersey. police say three people were hurt during an early-morning shooting overnight outside of a nightclub there. the action cam was at the scene. the rogue nightclub on river view plaza where a new york city rapper was performing. police aan argument started in the nightclub and spilled into the parking lot. moments later someone started shooting at the crowd. this morning police did not say if they had any suspects for motives. the coast guard is searching for a man who disappeared in the delaware
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river after his jet ski ran aground. two men were riding the jet ski when the water craft hit the ground throwing both men into the water, one man was rescued, but 26-year-old fell into the water and has not been seen since. neither one was wearing a life jacket. the massive wildfire gutting western canada. fire officials believe the fire will rage on for months. it may reach the oil sands mine and spread into is a -- another part of the area. we have more on what's fueling the party and the people scrambling to get out of its path. >> reporter: in canada they are digging in for a long, hard fight fueled by raging flames and heavy smoke.
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the massive for the mcmurray wildfire is getting worse. officials fear it will double in size by the end of the day, though it is moving away from populated areas. that leaves tens of thousands of people live like this in temporary shelters. some know their homes are gone, others left to wonderful. we think our home is still standing, my sister lost her mom yesterday to the fire. the fire is so big it can be seen from space. on the ground, 100 firefighters and in the air 100 helicopters an 30 air tankers and still it grows. obviously our top priority is human safety. immediately in the danger zone and also, of course, among the evacuees. >> reporter: police leading fresh convoys of evacuees across
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the burn zone a harrowing journey. amist the horror there's a moments of triumph, a mother and son separated during the chaos reunited. abc news, near for the mcmurray, canada. let's get a clearer picture of how big the inferno is. by today it is expected to balloon to 3,500,000 acres. that is the size of hong kong and 25% of new york city. alberta is tinder dry. this week there is hope that temperatures drop and slight chance of rain. gray. 6:06. presumptive republican nominee donald trump will answer questions on this week. he is trying to sure up support with his own party.
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this week he speaks with paul ryan who has yet to support trump. trump will talk about the struggle for unity in the gop. tune in at 10:30 as trump goes 1 on 1 with george stephanopoulos after "action news" at 9:00 a.m. bernie sanders brings his campaign to north jersey. he speaks to a rally at rutgers. he will discuss how to make colleges tuition free. sanders visitors atlantic city tomorrow. the new jersey primary happens on june 7. democratic front uner hillary clinton is eyeing the next general election. her daughter hosts fundraisers in north carolina. thousands are getting reay for the susan b.komen race for
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the cure. many will walk in honor of loved ones who had breast cancer. they are raising money for breast cancer research and they are a picture of courage and determination. what a great way to spend mother's day. still more to come on "action news" sunday morning. a number of tornados pressed down in colorado we have details on the overnight severe weather. a strong storm drenches people dressed up for the kentucky derby. >> reporter: fortunately that thing moved along quickly. we have downpours in the delaware valley all the way down to honeybrook. this will race off quickly this morning and the sun will shine in the afternoon. i'll have the details in the accuweather forecast coming up next. ♪
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recalculating... ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you, on this sunday, mother's day. it is 6:11, 51 degrees out there. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse of the philadelphia international airport. remember that thing in the sky called the sun? , meteorologist chris sowers says it will return today. >> reporter: it will stun your eyes. you know like when someone turns on the lights too quickly. you'll be happy today, the
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weather is changing for better. here's the view from our chester camera. it's gray and gloomy and cold this morning. but there's a front that's pushing off to the west and once the front crosses everything starts to change. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing showers and a couple of downpours off to the west, about 50 miles off to the west. let's go into northern chester county, we have downpours. if you're traveling along 322 from downingtown to honeybrook there's heavier cells off to the northeast and heavier cells south of pilots and more -- pottstown, more stuff in the lehigh valley and easton. all this is racing off to the east by 40 miles per hour it should clear the region from 9:00 a.m. this morning. from that point it's a beautiful day. 51 degrees, dewpoint, 48. the pressure starting to fall.
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winds out of the southeast at 3 miles per hour. the winds will shift directions in the next exrf -- a couple of hours. it will pick up out of the west, northwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. temperatures close to 50 everywhere. reading, 54. lancaster, 53. trenton, 50 degrees, boardwalk in atlantic city, 53. cape may, 53 degrees. satellite and radar, a line of showers and rumble of thunder out there associated with the cold front that is in the process of pushing through. now remember yesterday we had the upper level low sitting and spinning here. that front is picking that front up and kicking it out to sea and bringing clear conditions later this afternoon. that will stick around through monday, as well. once we get into tuesday and beyond, things turn unsettled again. surface maps today, here comes the front, new yorking the low out to sea.
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monday is a nice day as well, you might see high, thin clouds in the afternoon. that's about it. look at all the moisture starting to gather across the heartland of the nation. the weather pattern will change in the second half of the up coming week. it's completely sunny in the western suburbs, still cloudy across new jersey, it's clear overnight tonight and monday looks nice, as well. 1:00 p.m., these are high, thin clouds, the sun shines through that, monday is a nice day. showers, quick hitting downpour, breezy by afternoon, 69 degrees is the forecasted high. you can see how we clear out by the afternoon. 11:00 a.m., 62 degrees, you're starting to see the sun, 1:00 p.m., sunny. 3:00 p.m., 66. and 5:00 p.m., 68. it's clear and failure chilly. 44 degrees -- fairly chilly overnight tonight.
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44 degrees out lying suburbs, 49 center city. 69 today. 72 tomorrow. tuesday, cloudy, maybe a shower or two late in the day, 65 this is not a wash. just a couple of showers, wednesday, all right, 72. thursday, friday, saturday, we get into the unsettled weather pattern, chance of showers and rain just about everyday, highs in the 70s. colorado residents got this frightening view of nature unleashing its power, this is a tornado touching down 65 miles northeast of denver. it is one of several twitters that ripped through the state. five people suffered minor injuries in the town of ray, too, so far no estimate on damage. that's an impressive image. subzero temperatures in february and cold snap last month dealt a blow to the peach
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outside the zion baptist church. among those saluting the current commissioner, richard ross. willie williams died last week after a long illness in his home in atlanta, georgia. police are investigating the shooting of a college football from alabama, they were found shot inside a car on i-95 in west palm beach early yesterday morning. 21-year-old bryant is in critical condition. the other man is in stable condition. bryant started his football career at notre dame and transferred to uab. this morning we are hearing about a woman who learned she was pregnant days before she was infected with zika virus. she started showing symptoms of the virus days after learning
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she was pregnant. i had a fever and the rashes were growing throughout my body. now one of 44 pregnant women in the u.s. who tested positive for zika virus after traveling outside the country. scientists are studying the link between the virus and severe birth defects. if you have a teenager, you will believe that 60% said they are addicted to them. it's not just teens who put down their phone, 27% of parents say they are addicted to there mobile devices and admitted to checking their phones while driving. reachers from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration have discovered a new jelly fish nearly 2 1/2
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:23 sunday morning, storm tracker 6 live double scan showing the downpours west of philadelphia, moving through limerick and phoenixville at this point. exton seeing downpours, if you're traveling along 322 or the pennsylvania turnpike, slow it down and maintain a distance between the car ahead of you, visibles is reducing quickly. it will race off in the next
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hour or so. we have a nice pattern change heading this way. brighter days are ahead. this cold front will kick this gray and gloom out to sea. this is all clear out to the west. across the great lakes, the high plains, sunny conditions, a little bit of a breeze, the weather is really, really nice across the high plains. that's what's heading this way later this afternoon into tomorrow and at least the first part of tuesday. morning clouds and the quick hitting downpour give way to ton of sunshine this afternoon, breezy out there, highs around 69. 6:24 is the time on mother's day, in sports, the office phillies play the marlins. they rallied last night to snap their losing streak. here's jamie apody. , good morning, the phillies started off on the wrong foot. but will try to turn it around. phils and marlins tied at 1 in
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the 4th. look at the fans, good camp there. 2-1. bottom of the 5th. two outs, singles to the right. watch carlos ruiz block the plate. that saves a run. phils down 3-2. hernandez, singles home the tieing run for the phillies and later, should be a double play to end the inning, chris johnson drops the ball, the run scored. bottom of the 9th this is how you turn a double play and so the streak is snapped, the phillies come from behind to win 4-3. n in the mets padres game. two run home run, it was the first of cologne's career, he is
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42 years old. he is mobbed in the dugout. good for him. kentucky darby outfit they are snazzy, but not practical. see what i mean right in the national anthem, a downpour, fans hanging on to their hats. at some point the debris went flying and hit one of the horses. overwhelming favorite unbeaten nyquist 2-1. odds makers knew what they were talking about. that guy on the outside, nyquist and exaggerator. nyquist still unbeaten, he as has won the kentucky darby. he is the 8th unbeaten to win the darby. steelers start camp, temp tyler navakavich fell to the to
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the 7th round, he plans to fight like the underdog and plans to approve people wrong. just when they dhaingd the he -- changed the program. people didn't think i could do this, i want to continue to do what i do and make plays and that's it. look for tyler to do big things with the steelers. that's sports, have a great day. people put on their coolet hats and had drinks while watching the kentucky darby party. it benefits the hopes springs eestian fare fair.
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he asked several girls to take him to the prom. they said okay. we've got much more "action news" straight ahead. we'll be right back. could be a blast. can't find a single thing to wear. will they be looking at my hair? won't be the same without you bro. ♪ when it's go, go to choicehotels.com. the site with the right room, rewards and savings up to 20% when you book direct. book now at choicehotels.com as an educator, it's all about connections. you're not just in the classroom; you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year,
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a local ticket strikes gold winning last night's huge powerball jackpot. we're beating the odds in the weather department. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse of penns landing and the philadelphia sky. we're not calling for rain, rain, rain and more rain. it's about time. >> reporter: you mean you haven't been enjoying the weather? no. >> reporter: let's go over to storm tracker 6 live double scan, we'll start out with a live shot of the temple university tennis courts. it's quiet out there right now. as we flip it over to the radars, we have weather out to the west. this is associated with the cold front it was anticipated and racing off to the east at 40 miles per hour. expect to see them for 15, 20 minutes and they move alone their way. they are producing heavy rains along the pennsylvania turnpike north of norristown and
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phoenixville. you can see the reds and oranges. every now and then we hear a rumble of thunder. take it easy in the next hour or two. they are quick hitting on their way in 20, 25 minutes. it reduces the visibility, the visibility could be fine one minute, the next minute you know what it's like going through a downpour, take your time and slow it down. once the downpour pulls through it's smooth sailing. clouds and sunshine, high temperatures close to 70 degrees, we go 69. by 1 1:00 a.m. be seeing sun, 62. 1:00 p.m., 64 and full sun, 3:00 p.m., 66 and 5:00 p.m., 68 degrees. i'll be back with a look at the sunshine in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a ticket sold in new jersey beat the odds in the
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429 million-dollar jackpot. i tried. the ticket was sold in mercer county. the numbers were 5, 25, 26, 44, 66 and the powerball, was number 9. the odds of winning are one in 292.2 million. a ticket in new jersey, won 383 million in the powerball in 2013. turning to politics, donald trump campaigned out west this weekend firing a new round of salvos at democrat hillary clinton. >> reporter: bill clinton was delivering a commencement address and hillary clinton was by his side taking a day off from the campaign trail. their ears may have been burning. hillary clinton's husband abused more women than anybody in the history of politics. he doesn't think much of
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women, it turns out. >> reporter: after clinton said she'll bring the former president back into government as a job czar. i told my husband he has to come out of retirement. she is married to a man who was the worst abuser of women in the history of politics. hillry was an enabler and treated the women horribly, some of the women were destroyed not by him, but by the way hillary clinton treated him. >> reporter: days after trump forced the last of his republican rivals from the field, big names in the gop are refusing to get behind him despite his lopsided victory. almost everybody has endorsed me other than paul ryan. i don't know what went wrong there. >> reporter: in an interview for abc's this week with george stephanopoulos trump said that doesn't worry him. i think i will go out i'll
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get millions of people from the democrats, i will get many people to vote because they like me on trade. >> reporter: trump and ryan will meet on thursday trying to break the impasse. inside story digs into the presidential race and looks at a debate over the soda tax in philadelphia. inside starts at 11:30 on 6abc. capture drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman is sitting inside a jail inside the mexican border. joaquin "el chapo" guzman was captured in january after nearly 6 months on the run following a prison break. his lawyers are appealing a bid to extradite him to the u.s. to face drug trafficking charges. a wildfire burning out of control in canada could spread from alberta into neighboring
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saskatchewan. that covers thousands of acres of landslide and 1600 homes have been torched and 80,000 people have left for the mcmurray in the heart of the oil sands. the fires are expected to persist for the next two days. the fire ignited on may 1 and burning out of control ever since. new this morning, police are looking for the gunman who shot and killed a man on a camden, new jersey street. the action cam was at the 1400 block of bradley avenue. shots rang out and a bullet hit the victim in the head. he was taken to camden medical center where he died. police have not said they have any suspects in mind or a reason behind the shooting. a professor from university of pennsylvania is getting international attention over a case of mistaken identity. economic professor said his flight was delayed after a fellow passenger thought he might be a terrorist. it happened thursday while he was flying from philadelphia to
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syracuse. a woman expressed her concern because he was working on math equations. after talking to the pilot, the flight took off two hours later. vice president biden delivered a commencement address and talked about the close knit community and told the graduates they are looking a future faced with promise. you are the most talented technically advanced generation in the history of the nation. you ever to be willing to run the risk of failure in the service that matters most to you. the commencement ceremony coincide with the 125th anniversary year. biden will be in philadelphia next sunday to attend his granddaughter's graduation at the university of pennsylvania. donald trump will be at the
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graduation celebrating his daughter's commencement. new this morning, from nebraska, an 11-year-old girl is in critical condition after being thrown from a carnival ride we'll have more on that coming up. . right now take 30% off our entire selection of beautiful cascade shades. let the sun shine in. or don't. it's all good. blinds to go. blinds for life.
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mother nature is all confused. let's get you outside, the cooler temperatures, the cloud cover, the rain, the dreher conditions will come to an -- dreary conditions will come to an end. let's flip it over to double scan live, we go round and round we have it's a line stretching from northern new jersey right through the western suburbs knocking on the door getting ready to make its way into the city of philadelphia. some of it is coming down at a good clip, you can see the oranges and yellows in norristown. the visibility goes from perfectly fine to you can't see at all. radnor is seeing downpours all the way up to lansdale and doylestown will be picking up a quick-hitting downpour in the next half-hour, as well. high temperatures will top out close to 70 degrees which is close to average. the normal is 71. the last several days we've been
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stuck in the 50s. this will feel better. 51 is the present temperature reading and the low for today. temperatures close to 50 this morning, quakertown slatington, fleetwood, 50 degrees, saint davids, 51. norristown, 49. levitt torn, 50 degrees. gandys beach 48. vineland, 48. hammonton, 49. same number for cinnaminson and 53 in dover and smyrna. cold front pushing through the mid atlantic states and the northeast. pittsburgh is clear. buffalo clear. temperatures in the mid 50s, lots of sunshine expected across the western portions of the keystone state later this afternoon. actually most of the country east of the mississippi river once the front crosses we'll experience comfortable changes here for a change. there's atlanta. you can see where the front stretches all the way back across the high plains. later this week you'll see
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moisture gather in through here again, some of that could make a beeline toward the delaware valley from wednesday on, the next several days look okay. there's future tracker, this is the high resolution forecast model, by 8:30, showing the wet weather across south jersey and the eastern portions of the state of delaware, but note what's going on across the western suburbs starting to clear at that point, looks like the clear line is making its way into philadelphia. by lurch time, everybody, bright blue skies. from that point on, sunshine. clear conditions overnight tonight. monday looks nice, we'll start out with sun and increase the high, thin clouds during the afternoon. the only fly in the ointment will be the breezes picking up out of the west northwest at 25 miles per hour. with the increase in sunshine, it will stir up the pollen a little bit.
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the tree pollen will be on the high side, the weed pollen low. this has been in the low category because of rain. all of this will be creeping up a little bit, everyone will agree we'll enjoy sunshine and we'll to deal with the pollen today. 69 in philadelphia. breezy. 68 in reading. millville, 67. jersey shore, topping out in the upper 60s because it's an westerly breeze, it's a down-sloping wind no sea breeze today. overnight tonight, 49 in philadelphia. allentown, 44. trenton, 46. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, showing some nice stuff heading this way. 69 degrees for mother's day, 72 for monday, sun along with clouds, tuesday, becoming cloudy again and a couple of showers possible late in the day. again it is late in the day,
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most of the afternoon is dry, 65. wednesday, clouds and sun, high of 72. thursday, friday and saturday, things turn unsettled again, chance of rain or thunderstorm a couple of showers each and everyday. we'll enjoy the sun for now. we'll get sun on mother's day, a lot of mothers didn't win the lottery, but they are rich in sunshine. >> reporter: well put. 6:44. this will be a spectacular tack similar event in our space tomorrow. mercury will begin a voyage across the face of the sun pretty cool. 7:12 a.m., mercury will appear as a small black dot in front of the sun. it will not exit the sun's glow until 2:45 p.m. you have to use a solar telescope to view mercury. it travels across the sun 13 times every one hundred years with the next event in 2019. a group of talented kids
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shined in philadelphia's manayunk section. ♪ they sound good, don't they? the dance center performs george washington boogie at the arts center. kids from overbrook took center stage. the performance tells the story of a historic farm in bucks county where george washington once lived. we'll b right back.
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so glad you stayed with us, 6:47. investigators in montgomery county are searching for the cause of a deadly fire, it left two adults and child dead. >> reporter: norristown firefighters got the call around 4:00 a.m., when they arrived on the 800 block of dekalb street flames were shooting from the home and several people were trapped inside. the fire station is located about a block away from the
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scene. firefighters arrived and found a three-story dwelling with heavy fire. marco lives across the street and woke up when he heard his neighbors screaming for help. soon after he saw firefighters pull the two girls out of the home and start cpr. they wouldn't respond, so they took them to the ambulance to take them to the hospital. >> reporter: officials say three people were killed, two adults and one child. another child was rushed to chop in critical condition. the other than of 827 side said the damage is mostly from smoke and hopes the tenants can return in a couple of days. the damage to the 8 2r50 -- 825 side is badly damaged. >> reporter: norristown firefighters went door to door handing out smoke alarms and information. code enforcement officials investigated alongside the fire
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marshal and the police, the property is licensed is a single family home. this is an example of one owner who may have been doing something behind the scenes that we may not have been able to catch. >> reporter: so far no cause has been determined. reporting in norristown, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." new this morning, from the nebraska and 11-year-old girl is in critical condition after being thrown from a carnival ride. her friend told police that she was tossed off the spinning ride in omaha yesterday afternoon. the girl's hair got caught in the machine before a woman stopped the ride with her hands. the victim is being treated for a skull fracture. the carnival company is cooperating with the investigation to determine what went wrong. airport travel heers couldt relief from the tsa lines. the agency is putting on 1700
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screeners on in june. officials are looking to transfer bomb-sniffing bombs to airport where they would be effective at reducing wait time. budget restrictions and checkpoint procedures and spike in travelers have contributed to longer lines. a new hotel will be built on a chicago waterfront landmark. plans are in face to turn the old navy pier into a 200 guest hotel. construction is expected to start next week. the lake front attraction is undergoing several changes to make it a destination for tourists and residence, as well. we want to share a story of two best friends a prom night to remember. the mothers were there as they left. two women who worried this night may never come. >> reporter: two teenagers get
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set for their senior prom. how do you think he looks? >> reporter: best friends since they were babies, eli and meghan were two kids born different in a world where different kids get left out. at 21 weeks we found out eli would be down syndrome. when i held her in my arms be i thought who would take her to the prom. but always the years passed, meghan and eli were embraced by the other kids and prom proposal where the whole school choir helped him to go to the prom. meghan will you come? yes. as they headed off to the dance, there was a gift in this moment for a mother. this feels like that moment where you cross the finish line, but in the end it was a moment
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for eli and meghan with their friends and each other. a moment good for mother's day and all year round. abc news. if that doesn't touch your heart. there's love for everybody out there. i love that. we'll be right back. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number on your screen. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door. it's a rate lock for your life insurance that guarantees your rate can never go up at any time, for any reason.
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it is raining out there, the sun will come out not tomorrow, but today. hopefully they will get that later this morning. three new jersey towns are going hitech to sell beach tags. sea isle city and ventnor and longport are selling beach tags, you can go to the iphone before driving to the towns. "action news" reporter john rawlins has more from kennett square. >> reporter: it comes in a backpack, 2.8 pounds of circuits and wires and batteries. they launched their new acquisition. it's like riding a bike. drones are unmanned airline systems are sometimes called are a pretty much a cure off the. but as expect -- curiosity, but
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as expected that will change quickly. drones are expected to become a billion dollar business by next decade. not only for video production but inspection of buildings from above. i think they will be used for surveillance and amazon shipment of things and corporate certain construction tasks. thing they will make them a little larger size so they will carry more objects and things. >> reporter: the goal at unionville to corporate the evolving technology into existing curriculum. it's new and popular and what they will see in their lifetime shortly. it will give them the best opportunity to have a leg up on everybody. inside a drone you have material, engineering, electrical, mechanical and latest engineering that is
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represented our students can understand. >> reporter: the cost of this drone $1,000. the teachers certain its educational value worth many times that figure. john rawlins channel 6 "action news." that would get you excited about technology. like it yeah. there's another hour of "action news" straight ahead. check the tickets. the winning ticket in the 429 million-dollar powerball drawing was sold in the area. plus, another the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast from meteorologist chris sowers he is tracking rain and sunshine. three people were shot at a local nightclub. we'll have that and more on "action news" when we see you after the break.
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thunder, this is associated with a cold front pushing through. this is a good sign this is the beginning of the end of the dreary pattern we've seen for the last 11 days. we'll zoom into delaware county, you can see the line from horsham all the way down from frankford, palmyra, riverside getting ready to be hit. heavy downpours, you have to slow the traveling speeds down. the downpours are moving so quickly, one minute the visibility is fine, the next minute you can't see a thing. national weather service issuing a visibility driving advisory. you'll hear a rumble of thunder and reduced visibility and after 20 minutes or so, the storm pulls away and things clear out again. look what happens by afternoon, turns out to be a fabulous day. morning clouds and quick-hitting downpour and by 11:00 a.m. we'll see ssh

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