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>> so glad you're waking up with us, it is 6:00 a.m., saturday, june 18. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." a bucks county man is facing sex charges after a neighbor tips off police and a dozen girls are rescued from the home. we have the disturbing details. plus a man is rushed to the hospital after he is shot during an attempted robbery in center city. weekend warmup, it will feel like summer as we celebrate dad this weekend. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, things looking might good for dear old dad. >> reporter: look at this, skin shining brightly. we're expecting sunshine today
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and tomorrow. you will see a few high, thin wispy clouds. 59 degrees right now. comfortable out, the dpoibts are nice and -- dewpoints are nice and low, which means the humidity levels are down there. especially for june standards, this could abdomin months where the humidity is -- there could be a month where the humidity is through the roof. it's very comfortable out there. cape may, 59. millville, 52. with high pressure planted over top us, we have mainly clear conditions from start to finish today and tomorrow. saturday golf forecast sunny and delightful. a light breeze throughout the morning hours, 9:00 a.m. temperatures, 73. 1:00 p.m., 83 degrees, we're forecasting a high of 85 in the city, ten degrees cooler for the jersey shore, 78 or 79 for the poconos. when i come back in a few minutes it's warmer on father's day and down right hot monday
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and tuesday, i'll have the details in the seven day. >> this morning police in bucks county will be back at a home where 12 young girls had to be rescued. one of the girls was gifted to a man when she was 14 years old. the man father's day two children with the teenager. the man is lee kaplan, the girl is 18 years old and mother of a 3-year-old and 6-month-old. police say the girl's parents who you see here daniel and savilla stoltzfus gave their daughter to kaplan as a gift during difficult financial times. kaplan and the parents are being held on a million dollars bond. this disturbing case was discovered after a woman contacted police on thursday.
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jen betts said she would see young girls in blue dresses standing outside. >> whatever i would see these small children, little girls never any boys, my heart would break, because they looked unhappy, fearing their lives. >> stoltzfus are the parents of the other nine children in the home. they are in the care of the children and youth services in lancaster county. jeff chirico has the latest. >> i've been telling my husband and for years, something isn't right. >> reporter: jen betts said she filed complaints before but never had proof something criminal was happening inside the house she passed each day. the color of the shutters and van in the driveway matched the faces of the children who lived here. >> i saw girls last week who looked unhappy and sad in the blue dresses. >> i thought was odd the way
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they were dressed. because we're not an amish neighborhood. betts complained 6 months ago when the infant was brought home. nothing happened. finally she called child services. news of what lee kaplan did inside these walls leaves them struggling to understand. neighbors say they are relieved it is over, and the children are safer. >> it's like i, finally, they will be where they need to be and the abuse stops. >> reporter: betts was so intent trying to figure out what was going on inside the house, two years ago on halloween she
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knocked on the door, hoping someone would answer so they could peep inside. neighbors say a huge weight has been lifted off the neighborhood and their thoughts are with the young girls. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news". >> daniel and to savilla stolts gave kaplan their 14-year-old daughter after they had a fallout with the amish community. the couple blamed the amish church for financial problems and declared themselves born again christians. according to court documents, they gifted their teenage daughter to kaplan as a way of thanking them for helping them get you out of a financial prob. the quarryville neighborhood said the news confirms the suspicious about the family. >> you stopped in, you asked why you there, he don't have
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much time to talk, he is not comfortable having people around. >> i got the impression you thought he was a little bit peculiar. >> exactly, yeah. >> "action news" spoke briefly with the couple's 19-year-old son yesterday, he said that his mom and dad are good parents. >> you can find more about the complex story on our website 6abc.com, we'll continue to update the story of course as more information comes in. 6:06. new this morning, philadelphia police are looking for a gunman who shot a man during an attempted robbery. the action cam was where the robbery started at 3:00 a.m., the wawa at broad and walnut. a gunman try toed rob a man out the wawa, the man started to run. the suspect chased him to juniper street where they shot him in the legs. the suspects ran to the 200
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block of south 15th street where they tried to rob another man. they fired at this man, but they missed. >> we're in the investigation, this whole ordeal should be on camera. there are good cameras in center city from broad and walnut. the man who was shot is in his mid 20s and in jefferson university hospital where stable condition. there will be no charges against two police officers in cumberland county for the death of a man in their custody. 32-year-old philip white died after being arrested. vineland police say he resisted arrest and was handcuffed and restrained. white become unresponse issue and later died from respiratory distress. bucks county man is facing charges from a vigilatne
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suspect. dennis was charged with a number of crimes. the bucks county d.a. said jones was not justified in shooting him. it is back to the drawing board in the corruption trial of chaka fattah after the judge removed one of the jurors. the judge dismissed that man yesterday and replaced him with an alternate. the judge ordered the jury to begin deliberations again, the 11-term fattah is charged with racketeering, bribery and money laundrying and fraud. dozens of protesters stood outside the hotel where trump was holding a private fundraiser. one of those detained had a gun. the man said he is a supporter, and the incident was all a
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misunderstanding. it is legal in texas to carry a firearm in a holster. trump said he hadding an advocate for gun rights if he became president. hillary clinton does not have any public events scheduled for this weekend, but a democrat party forum in phoenix arizona is taking place between her supporters and bernie sanders supporters. they are talking about how to shape the environmental platform for the convention next month in philadelphia. keystone's state unemployment rate rose .2%. the state labor department points out that thousands of
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joblessness was due to the verizon strike. we'll tell you about the new deal with the do it yourself guru who helps you create dishes in the comfort of your own home. strong storms leave showses in the -- leaves thousands in the dark. >> reporter: we'll have those storms coming our way, but right now it's beautiful with comfortable humidity levels, i'll have the details coming up in the accuweather seven day. >> so glad you stayed with us,
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it is 6:12 a.m., the victims of last week's shooting in orlando will be remembered today. the soccer team will stop play at the 49th minute at the moment of silence. there is video that captures the massacre inside the pulse club. the video shows the suspect omar mateen walking through rooms and systemically executing his victims. he is seen texting his wife during the rampage. there's new signs warning guests at disney world of the dangers of alligator and other animals. the signs come in responsibilities to the death of a 2-year-old boy who was killed by an alligator there. beaches at the resort remain closed. disney has not decided whether
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to reopen the beaches. people in the south are cleaning up after strong storms toppled trees. this is damage you're about to see in georgia. some people say they were left speechless after seeing all the damage. yesterday's storm knocked out power to thousands of homes in the atlanta area. back here at home let's get you caught up on the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. any rain today? >> reporter: no, i cannot find anything wrong for today and tomorrow. you know times maybe it's sunny and it is humid. maybe saturday is bright and sunny, and sunday it rains. there's nothing wrong this weekend from start to finish. you'll see a decent amount of sunshine and with the humidity nice and low, you will see beautiful day today and tomorrow.
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it's been a comfortable week. monday and tuesday, 78 degrees. wednesday, 80. our normal 84. thursday, 70 degrees we had showers and thunderstorms. yesterday's high with all the sun shot up to 84. 59 degrees is where we stand right now. we're shooting for a high of 85 later this afternoon. north and west we go, 54 not too bad in slating ton, fleetwood, 54. martins creek, 51. warrington, 54. no humidity, very, very refreshing. glassboro, 56 degrees. agendas -- gandys beach 51. hammonton, 50. you can thank high pressure for all the comfortable air up and down the mid atlantic and the northeast sitting over top us. we have a northeasterly breeze, it's very, very light that continues to usher in the dry conditions. that means low humidity. with the high sitting here it will keep all the activity out to the south and to the west.
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we're not expecting showers or thunderstorms today or tomorrow. if you're traveling to the south or the gulf coast states or sunshine state of florida, you will see showers and storms there. they are expecting severe weather across the front range of the rockies. it looks good from the mississippi river east. not too bad. back home in the delaware valley it looks good, nothing more than high, thin clouds later on. temperatures in the mid 80s. overnight tonight, the numbers dropping into the 50s and 60s, here we go for sunday, 4:00 p.m. we're looking at mainly sunny conditions and high cirrus clouds. temperatures, today, 83, 84, maybe a degree warmer than that in the city. look at the jersey shore, the model has wildwood 68 degrees by 3:00 p.m. you get the idea you'll enjoy another day with another sea breeze. atlantic city on the sand, 74. lakehurst 77. first thing tomorrow morning, temperatures starting out once again in the 60s, north and west
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in the upper 50s, tomorrow afternoon, 1:00 p.m., 85. we're forecasting a high of 88. it will be warmer and slightly more humid, not too bad, just not as comfortable as today. today dewpoints in the 50s be tomorrow, low 60s. once again, jersey shore will enjoy a comfortable sea breeze. forecast for this afternoon, sunny and beautiful, 85. wind out of the south/southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. for the poconos it's hard to find anything to talk about up there. sunny and delightful, 78 degrees, warm with sunshine tomorrow and high of 80. jersey shore, beautiful on the sand, 77 degrees, the only issue down there, pay attention to the lifeguards if you're heading into the water, the water temperature is warmer, 65. there's that moderate risk for rip currents. tomorrow, sunday, 79 degrees, more sunshine expected. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it stays nice and comfortable once again for father's day, 88 degrees,
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monday hot and humid, 90. another 90 for tuesday, afternoon thunderstorm. wednesday, thursday, friday, all look good, 83, 82, and 82. >> that sounds good, when is summer. we're days away now. >> reporter: summer officially arrives monday. >> can't wait. 6:18 if you're just waking up, new firefighters say they are ready for action. this is the ceremonial swearing in of the newest fire department personnel in camden. among them lydia kaplan the first woman to achieve the rank of captain. the ceremony was held in city council chambers.
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>> microsoft is taking its xbox gaming system to the next level. ment company founded that a smaller faster version will be available this summer. it features a new design with a built in power supply. it comes in robot white and starts at $300. microsoft is working on another new console that will use virtual concept. microsoft wants to give your inbox a coffee jolt. it allows users to e-mail
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starbucks. it's to make online relationships more personal, starbucks it allows them to stay in touch with customers and save them time. martha stewart is jumping into the meal tip dishes. this will include meat, fish, vegetables and all the spices. >> reporter: welcome back
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everyone, good saturday morning to you, 64:00, dewpoints are nice and low, if you have not
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been outside, it is very, very comfortable. the numbers are so slow they are not on the the scale. 600 slightly humid, 70 or higher that's oppressive. we're in the 40s and 50s. it's a delightful morning and it will be a delightful afternoon. with you're heading to citizens bank park, the phillies take on the arizona diamondbacks. use lots of sunscreen. first pitch, 85 and no humidity. 9th inning, 83. it's hotter next week. here's philadelphia we have all this hot air building across the high plains and the front range of the rockies. all that heat will push east monday and tuesday, the return of 90s here and the humidity will increase, as well. let's say we hit 90 degrees monday and tuesday, it will feel like 93 or 94. enjoy today and tomorrow, because the heat and the humidity returns next week. >> thank you so much, it is 6:25. in sports, the phillies hope to
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break their losing streak when they face the arizona diamondbacks at the bank this afternoon. here's jeff skeverski with all your morning sports. >> reporter: talk is cheap. philadelphia's coach can talk until they change the way they play, it's been anything but picture perfect for the phillies. phillies looking bad against the diamondbacks. hernandez with back-to-back errors in the second inning. next batter say it ain't so. the phils a what's happening 7 errors, the diamondbacks going over and over and over again, phillies pitchers allowed a season high 6 homers. they have given up 17 over the last four games. they are still teeing off.
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phillies dropped 21 of their last 27 games. >> as to so much for for the e meeting, there's no way to sugar coat that. we've given up 11 home runs and committed seven errors. we have to keep working with the guys and keep their heads up and keep pushing that's the only thing i can think of doing. >> reporter: nba draft is less than a week away and the sixers scored a face-to-face meeting with ben simmons, simmons and sixers management had dinner. he has not worked out for the sixers and not expected to hold a private workout for any team. the sixers are the only team that had an interview who has put on 20 pounds ever muscle
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since the nba season. warriors lost game 6, he lost his cool and lost his mouth piece and $25,000. he threw his mouth piece that hit a fan during game 6. cleveland could become the first team in nba final history to overcome a 3 game series hole in game 7. game 7 on 6abc sunday night always 9:00 p.m. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day.
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>> a disturbing story from bucks county a dozen girls are removed from a home, now a man is facing charges for allegedly fathering children with one of them. police in camden county are looking for the driver of an suv after a bicyclist is hit overnight. plus, the mega jack pot largest in mega millions history is up for grabs. we have a really, really beautiful weekend, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: look at that shot, when you pick up that deep blue color that means there's no humidity, when you see the
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whitish color in the sky that means there's humidity. we have high pressure building in expect a lovely day. 59 very comfortable degrees in philadelphia at this hour. trenton, 53. reading, 57. i don't know if you can pick this out, but we're seeing blues across north central pennsylvania. there's temperatures in the 40s near williams port. cool stuff overhead with the high pressure that will set up shop today and tomorrow. a cool front approaches from the west, that will trigger showers and thunderstorms, if are heading out to talen energy stadium, union taking on new york, warm and comfortable 83 degrees by the time they get it rolling at 1:00 p.m. and finish at 85 degrees. 10:00 a.m., 76. you see how nicely we climb. the humidity leaves are nice and
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low, 85 degrees by 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., 85. we start come back down later this evening, temperatures into the low to mid 70s. thank you for the update. 6:32 police are back at a bucks county home today where a dozen girls were rescued, ages of months to 18 years old. three people this morning are behind bars including the man police say fathered who kids with the teen. that teen's parents are also locked up. we have team coverage, dann cuellar has it is details on this -- has the details on the disturbing crime. >> reporter: this is 51-year-old lee kaplan charged with assault of an 18-year-old girl and related offenses. police went to the home on child welfare concerns. they found him living in the tiny house with 12 females raging -- ranging in age of
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months to 18 years old. according to the criminal complaint, kaplan admitted he sired a child now 3 years old when she was 14 and sired an additional child now 6 months. he tells authorities that the girl's parents daniel stoltzfus and savilla stoltzfus gifted the girl to him after he helped them out of financial ruin. authorities have found in evidence that the other girls were sexually assaulted. in addition to kaplan, the former amish couple are in jail for related offenses because they knew kaplan was having sex
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with the girl and did nothing about it. they are being held each on $1 million bail. >> neighbors of lee kaplan say for years they knew something was not right. jen betts filed complaints in the past, neighbors complained 6 months ago when an infant was brought into the home, on wednesday she called the child abuse hot line. >> i wasn't going to let go, i saw children in the driveway they looked unhappy and sad, again in the blue dresses. >> neighbors are relieved that their years of questioning are over and that the girls are safe. "action news" reporter, vernon odem hard -- has more from the amish community. >> reporter: for three years,
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daniel and savilla stoltzfus have been living in the rented farmhouse in quarryville. some of the neighbors are shocked hearing the details of their arrest. >> i don't think something like that would happen around here. >> this has been a quiet area. >> reporter: "action news" has obtained court documents that showed the couple had a bitter falling out in 2003 with the amish church that ended up with the home being seized and their business going under. stoltzfus declared themselves born again christians. in court documents, the bucks county d.a. said they quote gifted their then 14-year-old daughter to lee kaplan for helping the family out of financial ruin. i spoke with their 19-year-old son john at the house, he said his folks are quote, good parents. another quarryville neighbor told me this unfolding story about daniel stoltzfus and his
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wife does not surprise him. >> you ask him why they there, they don't have much time to talk, he is not comfortable having people around. >> reporter: i got the impression you thought he was a little bit peculiar. >> exactly, yeah. >> reporter: just like lee kaplan daniel and savilla stoltzfus remain in jail their bail set at $1 million reach. in quarryville, montgomery county, vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> you can find more about this complex story at 6abc.com, of course we'll continue to update it as more information comes in. time 6:36 camden county police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who ran into a person driving a bicycle. the action cam was at the scene the southbound lanes of black horse pike in haddon township. the incident happened after midnight. the victim is in critical condition at cooper university hospital. police have not released the name of the person. investigators are working on
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getting a description of the vehicle involved in this, if you have any information contact camden county police. this morning, police in chester county will be back at the scene of what is is being called a suspicious death. police in berywn were called to the 900 block of heather stone yesterday morning where they found the body of a woman inside. so far there have been no details about what may have killed the woman. ♪ this that is the sound of christina grimmie the music played for the hundreds that gathered for the memorial service in medford, burlington county. the up and coming pop star was killed last weekend after signing autographs after a performance in orlando florida. her mother thanked those who attended the memorial. >> those i have known for many years, and touch our lives and
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been part of our lives and counseled me and been there through these difficult times, to you i'm very grateful. i just wanted -- [inaudible]. >> family and community heartbroken, her brother marcus spoke at the memorial. he tackled the gunman identified as kevin loibl. after the shooting loibl fatally shot himself during that struggle. investigators believe he was an obsessed fan. this morning, a family is facing hundreds of counts of animal cruelty that story is from our new jersey bureau. friday the monmouth county prosecutor announced that the couple is charged with 552 counts of animal cruelty. earlier this month, 276 small dogs were removed from the home. despite their living conditions the dogs were in good physical
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health. they are vaccinated and some were adopted. part of the pennsylvania turnpike is closed to traffic. a 15-mile stretch is closed until 7:00 a.m. it's closed in both directions from downingtown exit 312 to valley forge exit 326. turnpike workers say the closure is necessary during the installation of bridge beams at yellow springs road. the turnpike will be closed tonight from midnight to 7:00 a.m. this may pique your interest, the mega million jackpot has grown to $337 million. nobody matched numbers plus the mega ball, but the ticket sold in new jersey was a million dollar winner. the next drawing mark it down, it happens on tuesday. there's still much more to come on "action news" for this saturday morning.
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america's favorite blue fish is back, we have a preview of finding dory. a police officer helps to deliver a baby on the side of a highway caught on dash cam video. >> meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, "action news" on a saturday morning continues after the break.
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>> police dash cam video captures two kansas officers run
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to go a car where a woman was giving birth to a baby. the woman was onism-70 when she called for -- on i-70 when she called for help. by the time the two officers arrived, the little boy was in the mother's arms. >> they cleared the baby's passageway and got him breathing. >> we got a baby. >> each officer has 20 years on the force, they are also parents helping make sure the baby and mom made it through the delivery safely was a thrill and before he blessing. congratulations to mom. >> reporter: can't imagine you train officers for that. >> what about the weather? >> reporter: looks good, you can go home, then.
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>> reporter: [laughter] here's the clicker. let's go live on sky6 live hd, clear conditions, the sun continues to rise. we have low humidity levels out there today. that's been one of the more enjoyable features this week, all week long it has been very, very comfortable. the month of june has been known to be quite humid especially the which he chesapeake bay region. we're not seeing that this week. next week it changes. we'll see that right through father's day, the humidity is nice and low. it doesn't get humid until you reach the 60-degree mark. once it climbs above 60 you notice the change. we'll stay in the 50s today. the pressure holding steady. 50s for everybody, 60 in cape may. philadelphia, 59. 54 in allentown and trenton, 53. satellite and radar showing absolutely nothing, it is as quiet as it can possibly get for
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this time of the year for the mid atlantic and the northeast. the big reason, a huge dome of high pressure sitting right here. this is the water vapor shot when you start to pick up the oranges and reds that's bone dry air across the ohio and delaware valleys this morning. it extends to the mid atlantic states. thunderstorms across the front range and showers arena storms to the -- and storms to the south. high pressure will set up shop over top of us and keep the weekend very, very pleasant. more sunshine it turns a little bit more humid and a little warmer as the winds begin to shift out of the south/southwest. high temperatures up a notch 88 or 89. we're expecting wall-to-wall sunshine from start to finish. even the tropics are quiet, miami, cuba, jamaica and the
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bahamas. this will be in the bay of camcn is very, very quiet. 85 degrees is the high in philadelphia. reading, 87. lancaster, 85. millville, 82. 70s for the jersey shore, you'll enjoy a nice saibz later on. trenton -- sea breeze later on. trenton, 86. speaking of the jersey shore, 77 atlantic city. ocean city, 77 degrees. >> reporter: beach haven, 75. ocean temperature, 65 degrees. 79 in bethany beach. there's a moderate risk for rip currents from cape may county down through the delaware beaches because of the rougher
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surf conditions and the increased wind speeds. pay close attention to the lifeguards. temperatures in the 50s and 60s, clear skies, it's a comfortable evening. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warmer tomorrow, sunshine, 88 degrees, the humidity comes up a notch, but it's not too bad, it's still manageable, monday, hazy, hot and humid, you'll notice that change it will feel like 93, 94. tuesday, hot and humid, maybe an afternoon thunderstorm, another day around 90 degrees and wednesday thursday and friday, this pilot -- point all look good, next friday there's a chance of an afternoon thunderstorm. wouldn't you know its my wedding day. >> they say it's good luck when it rains on your wedding day. >> go to storm tracker 6 live/weather at any time of the
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day. it was a right of passage for students at the global leadership academy charter school are moving on to high school. the ceremony was steeped in african tradition and included traditional songs dance and performances. >> so glad you stayed with us,
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it is now 6:50, topping our people scene this morning, oscar winning actress an hathoway has a new role, global goodwill ambassador for u.n. women. the head of the agency said hathoway is the perfect choice because she has been a long time advocate for women and girls' rights. disney's sequel a mega hit in theaters this weekend, finding dory looks at the loveable pals. are you ready for laughs,
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there are two new films hitting theaters this weekend that will tickle your funny bone including the return of a beloved fish. >> where are you trying to go? every time we are on the edge of this reef one of us is trying to leave. >> reporter: finding dory finds an all star cast. this time every one's favorite forget blue fish dory suddenly remembers she has a family. so she set out on ad venture to find her family. albert brooks returns to give life to the fish. finding dory is from disney, the parent company of 6abc. >> if you're trying to get through the open ocean exhibit go through the pipes. >> reporter: dwayne the rock johnson and philadelphia's kevin
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hart team up for central intelligence. >> from high school. you lost 200 pounds. >> what did you do, i just did one thing. i worked out 6 hours a day everyday for the last 20 years straight. johnson is bob stone. he shows up for his high school reunion fit and muscular. hart is a fast talking accountant who misses his glory day as a high school athlete. they team up to save a u.s. spy satellite system they dodge bullets and double crosses while trying to prevent worldwide chaos. and you can find out where any of these films are playing by using their internet-ready cell phone you can find the free app
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at 6abc.com. for channel 6 "action news" i'm tamala edwards. >> reporter: welcome back
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everyone, 6:55 saturday morning, looks like a nice, quiet weekend for the delaware and the lehigh valleys. everybody east of the mississippi river, we have high pressure firmly in control there's philadelphia right there. high pressure sitting right here. high pressure usually acts like a protective dome. the winds blow in a clockwise fashion around the high. so all the storms will be out here over the next few days, this is where the air mass is a little unstable. there's a couple of frontal systems out there. as long as the high is over top of us you can't get the thunderstorm activity in here. the high will drift to the southeast over the next few days, by tuesday, everything shifts and we get into some of the active weather, some of the showers and storms. from now until then it looks
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great, future tracker 6 confirming that. there's the forecast for today. sunday morning, sunday after, monday morning nothing going on, just a combination of sun and clouds. we're kicking off the weekend on a bright, sunny note. sunny and comfortable at the jersey shore, 77 degrees. low humidity ton of sunshine, don't forget the sunscreen very enjoyable, bright and delightful, high of 78. >> it is now 6:56 if you want to give character bedroom an updated look but you don't want to spend a fortune doing so, here's a do it yourself project that you can do for less than 350 bucks. >> reporter: a one of kind dresser from an exclusive store can cost upwards of $3,000. we'll do this one for 30 bucks. >> what do you think she is ab.
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>> she is old. i want to show you what color we chose. >> we're going to do a gradian. the bottom two drawers will be the darkest color the next row a shade lighter. we'll mix white paint into our coral point. this is call an ombre effect paint technique. >> isn't that pretty? >> it's beautiful. >> reporter: nice work. the last step is adding new hardware and this old dresser that was doing nothing but collecting dust in the garage looks like a high end piece you would find at a trendy boutique. tune into knock it off sunday night at 7:00 p.m. on the live well network. president obama is on a family vacation, but his destination is designed to draw attention to natural wonders
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found only in america. the obama family arrived in california yesterday. the family toured a cave in new mexico. today they plan to spend their time at yosemite national park. we have another hour of "action news" coming up. local seniors keep active while protecting the environment. we'll have details on this mission to keep philadelphia's water safe. >> also, a local radio celebrity brings his fight with prostate cancer to this year's gary pappa run. those stories an more when "action news" continues in just a moment.
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staying with us. it is now 7:00 a.m. on this saturday, june 18. here's some of the stories we're following for you on "action news," a bucks county man is facing sex charges after a neighbor tips off police, a dozen girls are rescued from the home. we have the disturbing details. a man is rushed to the hospital after he is shot during an attempted robbery in center city. plus, weekend warmup, it will feel like summer as we celebrate dads this weekend. outside we go with meteorologist chris sowers with a look ahead at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris, how is it? >> reporter: it's beautiful, it feels like a spring morning on cape cod, if you'v e

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