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the reason i'm telling you this is that there will be moments in your life that... you'll never be ready for. your little girl getting married being one of them. ♪ ♪ 7:00 a.m., sunday, june 19. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news" searching for a survivor, rescue crews search the delaware river after a car plunges in the water. we're learning about the living conditions inside a bucks county home where a dozen girls had to be rescued. runners gearing up for a good cause this morning, the 2016
gary pappa run/walk. it is 7:00 a.m. and we couldn't think of a better day for this. >> reporter: perfect running conditions, temperatures on the cooler side, the sun is bobbing in and out of high clouds. nice start, 66 in philadelphia. allentown, 65. reading, 66. millville, 67. cape may, 67. atlantic city 68 degrees. just the slightest breeze, but one thing to know the winds have shifted out of the southwest as opposed to the southeast. what was a nice onshore breeze yesterday keeping moth of south jersey and delaware somewhat cooler north and west of the city, today everybody will warm up with the south/southwesterly wind. temperatures could topple 90 degrees, either way it's a good day for golf. sunday golf with pop, 74 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., warm and up to # # --
88 degrees. slightest breeze out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. we're heating up, the hottest temperature of the year so far is in the 7th day, it will turn more humid tomorrow and tuesday, when i come back i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast, nydia? >> thank you. we begin with breaking news, the search continues this hour for a man after a minivan plunged into the delaware river overnight. the action cam is live at the packer marine terminal in south philadelphia. a white or silver minivan was pulled out of the water two hours ago, the search continues for a man who was believed to have been in the minivan, you can see emergency officials working right there, "action news" has learned at least one window was apparently kicked out of the minivan. this unfolded around 3:00 a.m. two people told police they saw
the minivan drive into the river. >> we are at the home at the light at the intersection, a car comes flying by, silver, not sure of the model comes flying by, not pay attention i heard a crash, i think it crashes into another car, i looked over i seen the gate missing and i heard a splash. i told my friend, whoa, someone went into the water. >> the minivan disappeared into the water. he said no one came to the surface during the time it took police to arrive. there was no one in the vehicle when it was pulled to the surface. one window was kicked out and once again, the search continues at this hour for whoever was in the minivan. a man was injured overnight after losing control of his car and slam into a utility pole snapping it in half. the car flipped over and rand landed on the roof near browning
road in pennsauken at 10:30. the driver crawled out of the wreckage of the car. he was treated at the scene and refused to go to the hospital. no word on what caused him to lose control of the car. new details this morning on the discovery of 12 young girls who were rescued from a bucks county home. police brought in cadaver dogs to certain for the remains of any children at the home. >> jeff chirico has the details. >> reporter: chopper 6 hd was over the home on old street road as the investigators look for more evidence. cadavers dogs looked for deceased remains and investigators combed through the house for evidence. lower south hampton director of public safety said investigators found musical instruments and
elaborate train set in the basement. >> kids are living in the basement on air mass stresses, but -- mattresses, i guess they were home schooling the kids because there was homework down there. >> reporter: the children are in the care of bucks county children and youth. >> we have not had an opportunity to talk to the children in detail, but when they do we'll find clues we want to address were they abused or weren't they abused. >> reporter: police arrested cam atlantic for statutory sexual assault. they say he father two children with a girl when she was gifted to him when she was 14. other neighbors say they reported strange behavior at the home for years and what took the police so long. >> what kind of calls, that that they saw amish people,
that's the calls we got, we didn't get child abuse calls. >> reporter: police say when they responded to the house, kaplan would turn the lights off and turn them away. police say the cadaver dogs did not find any human remains in the backyard, kaplan and stoltzfus are locked up on $1 million each. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> you can find everything about this disturbing story on our website at 6abc.com. we'll continue to update the story on air and 6abc.com as new information comes in. >> happening today, a special mass will be held at the cathedral basilica of saints peter and paul to honor the victims of the orlando nightclub shooting, the scerve -- the service is scheduled at 6:30 it will be open to the public. hundreds of people from across the country paid their respects
to christopher, people failed down the west baptist church who came to protest. an aspiring firefighter was named the honorary member of the orange county rescue. >> corey will be missed for all, he was the kind of guy you would want to work side by side with, proud that's now a honorary orange county firefighter. >> the department presented his family with a helmet and badge. a gloucester county woman is the toast of the garden state this morning after she took the crown at the miss new jersey pageant. >> 22-year-old of mantua beat out 29 other women for the tidal. you can see our karen rogers there. wicks was announced by karen who
hosted this year's pageant. wicks will go on to represent new jersey in the miss america pageant in september. the night was not without its serious moments. the audience and contestants paused to remember karen mccullum who was kid in a car crash. today we mark the 7th anniversary of the death of gary pappa. he lost his battled with prostate cancer and the 2016 gary pappa run walk gets started in a half-hour. trish hartman is live at the art museum, and trish this is a nice day for it. >> reporter: for the past 14 careers this how we at 6abc have celebrated father's day for an issue close to our heart. as we take a look, folks are petitioning up their race material, the 10k starts at
7:30. there will be opening ceremonies, the 5k at 8:00 a.m., and 5k walk and one mile fun walk starts at 8:30. last year this event brought out 3500 walkers and runners this is to remember gary pappa who lost his 6 year battle with prostate cancer in 2009. had race dates back to 2002 are a raising money hundreds of thousands of dollars for breast and pro -- prostate health. we are still raising more throughout father's day and through september so you can go to the website and donate. the race is just about to get underway in just a little bit. 10k starts at 7:30. we'll be here all morning to
bring you the festivities. live in eakens oval, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> this was an event so important to gary, so we do it for him. get out there and enjoy. we'll tell you about a new study that clears coffee of cancer-causing agents. >> a broadway show from the comforts of your own home. we have details on how to live stream a musical. chris. >> reporter: gray, temperatures are nice and comfortable right now, burr it will be heating up over the next few days, details straight ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
but i also have to plan for my family's future. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. >> so glad you're waking up with us, 71:00, this weekend president obama and his family are on the west coast sell bright the 100 -- celebrating 100th birthday of the national parks service.
>> everybody say national park. >> national parks! >> president obama and michelle obama met with 4th graders yesterday. >> these spaces are sacred and for everyone, we preserve them for future generations. >> the president used that trip to point out the effect of climate changes because rising temperatures are causing the parks meadows to dry out. the obamas head back to washington later today. >> you're heading back outside today take the sunscreen and water. >> reporter: a lot of water, let's get you outside, it's going to be a hot one today stay hydrated if you're outdoors, if you have softball games or soccer games later on, stay hydrated and seek shade temperatures will get close to 90 degrees, actually, there's a
good spot to head, the sea breeze will keep you guys in the 70s later on. no rain today, next chance of rain or showers is tuesday morning. that will knock the temperatures back into the low 80s. we have to get to a little heat first. 66 degrees, dewpoint 58. pressure reading rising 30.32-inch. this is an ozone-action day, if you're somebody who sulphurs from respiratory problems from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. limit the time you spend outside, because there's a lot of what's called ground level ozone. limit your time outside. tomorrow things get better. mid 60s for everybody. 67 in millville. 66 in philadelphia. 65 in allentown. again, we are expecting a ton of sunshine here from start to finish as high pressure dominates the pattern over the
next 24 to 48 hours. you can clearly see where the high is sitting right about there across the southern appalachian states everything wraps around the high in the clockwise fashion. everything stays down here along the gulf coast states and spreading north into the rockies and the southern proven -- provinces of canada. today, sunshine, 90 degrees, with the cold front approaching, winds strengthen out of the southwest. you will notice the humidity on monday, high temperatures will top out between 92 and 93. factoring in the humidity it will feel like 95 or 96. the next couple of days look hot. after we get past tomorrow, that's when things cool down. mostly sunny, 90 degrees, it will be the 7th time this year we hit 90 degrees in philadelphia. all is nice for the gary pappa
run. humidity in check, not too bad. lots of sunshine out there, temperatures climb into the 70s. 9:00 a.m., 74. 11:00 a.m., 83. poconos, mostly sunny, comfortable up there, hardly a cloud in the sky. 84 degrees. jersey shore, 80 degrees, backing down to the 70s. ocean temperature, 68. we have a moderate risk for rip currents. you want to pay attention to the lifeguards on duty. happy father's day, 90 degrees is the forecasted high. hazy, hot and humid tomorrow, more sunshine expected. 93 feels like 95. tuesday, warm, a couple of thunderstorms or showers are possible early. we're up to 89. but then things cool down by midweek. 84 for wednesday, rain,
thursday, friday and saturday, 82 and 84. up to this point it's been an enjoyable month. we've had a a couple of hot days here and there. >> nice forecast for a wedding. >> reporter: there one coming up? >> chris' days as a single man are numbered. >> no press tur. >> -- rest you. >> if you would like to see a broadway show but can't get there, you can see a broadway show the first ever streamed online. go to broadway.com.
7:19, 66 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at penns landing, happy father's day to all the dads out there, including my co-anger -- ancor gray hall who has two young boys. coffee was added to the list of possible car cancers. a local candy maker is considering taking m and ms out of sugary deserts. the candy can add 7 1/2 tea spoons of sugar in each serving,
that exceeds the entire amount of sugar for the entire day. if you need a map, there's a new service that can help you, it's called napafy. kevin fam came up with the mobile idea after studying other cultures. >> it should take 40 minutes to get a power nap. >> can we get one of those. >> reporter: there are a few rules, no shoes or foods and one person public relations pod. each nap will set you back about $1, one woman said it beats trying to take a map out in the car. weep be right back.
everyone, 7:24 sunday morning, we were talking about this yesterday, it's going to be turning hotter over the next few days as the weather pattern begins to shift easter. east. what we've seen out here, is a ton of heat across the plain states from the dakotas to the gulf coast states. every now and then the heat will pull east. after a day or two of that it tends to retreat back to the west where it stays just about everyday. now, over the the next couple of days it will come east before traveling back and forth to the west tuesday and wednesday. you'll see a flux flux in the
weather. phillies first pitch temperature 88. by the 9th inning up to 90. turning to sports, the phillies hope to turn things around when they face the diamondbacks at citizens bank park later this afternoon. there will be a new nba champion will the cavaliers be the first team in history to win it all after coming back from a 3-1 detective at this -- deficit. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the phillies have been playing baseball for 134 years and not once have teams been this bad. the phils have given up a franchise worse 20 homers in the last five games. phils fans they can cheer for
this. first inning against arizona, phils up 1 s&p -- 1 zip. home run derby. phils 20 homers the last five days, the worst stretch in team history. franco has not had a hit since his homer last sunday. phillies lost 4-1 dropping 22 in the last 28 games and by the way they are the worst hitting team, too. >> i have to figure out what i am doing and work on it. >> i think everybody taking a deep breath and trying to do less, that might be laughable to the public eye, you know, how can we do less, but sometimes less is more. >> there's been only one major
sports championship in philadelphia over the last 34 painful years. as bad as it's been and hard as it is to stomach, in cleveland there's been zero over this span. their last parade 52 years ago, labron james and the cleveland cavaliers can end the drought for the nba finals tonight in game 7 against the defending champs, the golden state warriors, labron are you feeling pressure to finally win a tidal for the city of cleveland. >> you say pressure, that's the word everybody likes to use in sports, pressure, i don't get involved in it. it's the lamest term, for us it's an opportunity to do something special. >> game seven tonight can you wait on 6abc, labron against the golden state warriors, can't wait. that's sports, i'm jeff
skeverski have a great day. >> there was a big centennial celebration in delaware county. maria, celebrated her 100th birthday. she escaped the arrival of nazi in poland. dora was married for 74 years, she said the secret to her long life is eating and dancing and having a great time. i like that. >> 100 years young. happy birthday to you. >> we have much more "action news" straight ahead. we'll be right back. >> we have new details this
morning about how a dozen younger girls were living before they were rescued from a bucks county home. >> changes are coming to septa's schedule details on what you need to know before taking the bus or trolley. happy father's day, things are warming up before we celebrate dear old dad. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. will dad be sweating? >> reporter: he'll be happy, burr sweating. temperatures are getting hotter this afternoon, the only 7th time this year we have high temperatures toppling 90 degrees. if you have time to figure out
plans for your pop, take him to cape may. temperatures are in the mid to upper 60s along the shore front from atlantic city to cape may. you see the dewpoint number, once you break 60 degrees, it becomes a little humid. the dewpoints are starting to climb, but it's still somewhat humid. winds out of the west southwest at 5 miles per hour. head to the shore. if you're heading into the water, exercise caution, high tide is occurring seas buildings 2 to 4 feet and we have the moderate risk for rip currents. you want to pay close attention to the lifeguards that are on duty. 68 in cape may. 70 in avalon. 68 in ocean city and 68 in margate. inland locations are in the mid 60s. reading, 66. allentown, 65. trenton checking in at 64. forecast for today, happy
father's day, 80 degrees down the jersey shore. that temperature will pull back around lunchtime into the mid 70s, 90 in the city of philadelphia, 84 for the poconos. a lovely finish to the weekend. it's hotter as we get into tomorrow and tuesday, a little more humid i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast in just a bit. >> heat is on the way, thank you. 7:32, this father's day thousands of people are starting there day with a run to bring an end to prostate cancer. this morning's 2016 gary pappa run marks 7 years since our beloved colleague lost his battle with prostate cancer. trish hartman is outside the art museum with more on the event. an important event so near and dear to our hearts. >> >> reporter: that's right, we couldn't ask for a better day, good morning, nydia and gray. thousands of runners and walkers expected today.
so many inspiring stories of survival. it's great to talk to people who have been been through this who are remembering gary along with us at 6abc. one of the people is paul, you're one of our sponsor been involved with the race for a number of years, just last year you were diagnosed with prostate cancer yourself. >> reporter: i was diagnosed in april, i had an operation to have my prostate removed. i'm cancer free and healthy. it meant a lot to me, but means more now. >> >> reporter: you have a message for fathers, grandfathers and men what's your advice? >> get tested it's curable. do it for your family, it's important it's preventible, you can fix it, why would you not? >> scabbingly, we're glad you're here and glad you're feeling good and glad that you're a part of this, paul.
thank you so much. >> the 10k is about to get started. we'll have the 5k and fun walk coming up later this morning him we'll be here all morning. remember paul's advice, men should be tested by 50 earlier than that if you have a family history. gary pappa's message remember him and honor him here at the gary pappa run. >> we have disturbing details in the story about the man accused of holding 12 girls in his feasterville home. police brought in cadaver dogs to search the house for remains. chopper 6 hd is above the house on old street road as the dogs went through the property. so far they have not found any remains. the girls living in the house with 51-year-old lee kaplan was 6 months to 18 years old. police say kaplan father two children with the olds girl
who was -- oldest girl who was gifted to him when she was 14. neighbors say they called the police for years. >> what kind of call did they call, that they saw amish people. we didn't get child abuse calls. if it was a child abuse call we would have responded. >> kaplan is in jail on sexual abuse charges and the girl's parents daniel and savilla stoltzfus are in jail. you can final more at 6abc.com. authorities are searching for the suspect who beat a woman inside her home. denise barger was beaten to death in berywn. she is a widow whose husband died a few months ago. a gloucester county man
facing a long list of charges after allegedly burglarizing two homes. harry laute junior was caught inside a home in gloucester. the homeowner called police after waking up to find him inside the bedroom. he lived with the family and no longer welcome there, he was found to be in possession of property that was allegedly taken from the 400 block of hudson street. gun violence was the focus on the campaign trail this weekend. presumptive republican nominee donald trump weighed in on last week's mass shooting in orlando in las vegas. trump insists the outcome would have been different if more people were armed. >> if one of the people in the room happened to have it, and goes boom boom, you know what that would have been a beautiful beautiful sight, folks. >> trump now says he is open to
changing some gun laws to make sure people as he puts it who have an inclination toward terrorism are not able to buy guns. he railed against the gop for efforts to thwart him from becoming the nominee. >> if the fbi is watching you for suspected terrorists links you should not be able to buy a gun with no questions asked. >> the senate will vote on four separate bills on gun control, however, none are expected to pass. stay on top with the 6abc app for all the action on the campaign trail and live results on the election night. the 6abc app is a free download for your mobile device. happening today there's new schedules going into effect for
septa making adjustments for the summer season and construction detours and bus substitutions on some routes. there's a new route for route 17 bus to penns landing anne additional service at delaware avenue and louis street. check the schedules before heading out. >> 7:38 much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. mixing traditional ballet with virtual design. we have a preview of the forearm featuring dancer from the pennsylvania ballet. >> we're taking a live look right now on sky6 live hd, philadelphia international airport there it is a glorious day, meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. keep your sunscreen and water bottle handy, we'll be right back. and everything you need
the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. dolphins at the national aquarium are getting a new home. the aquarium is building the first ever dolphin sanctuary in the u.s. it will be large and resemble a more natural environment. the protected habitat is expected to be ready in 4 years. >> it should be hot today and dad should go swimming. >> reporter: take them to the beach, a stroll on the sand, it will be a hot afternoon with
high temperatures close to 90 inland. down the shore with the sea breeze kicking in topping out afternoon 80 degrees early and the numbers pull back into the mid 70s. a delightful day at the jersey shore. speaking of delightful that's a beautiful shot, the commodor barry bridge you can see the high, thin cirrus upstairs, it's quiet and comfortable on this sunday morning. the radars should stay clear throughout the remainder of the day. 90 degrees forecasted high which is 6 degrees above average for this time of the year. 66 degrees is where we started out this morning which is on part. uv index on a scale of 1 to 11 is going to be a 9 today. you can get a burn in 20 minutes if you have fair skin. key time 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. cruise caution wear a hat and shade your face from the sun. 69 in fleetwood. pottstown, 63. very comfortable this morning.
saint david, 63 degrees, a nice gentle breeze out of the south. no humidity at all. the humidity starts to pick up on the oceanfront with the onshore breeze that's developing. gandys beach, 68 degrees, dover, 67. hammonton, 69. cinnaminson, checking in at 65. as we start the morning out, it's quiet with high pressure in control. as we progress along throughout the day we're not expecting too much to develop other than highs topping out close to 90 degrees with the strengthening southwesterly breeze. high pressure is dominating the area. you can see from new england to the panhandle of florida it's a dry air mass. as a matter of fact it's so dry, the u.s. drought monitor is issuing advisories for southern new england they need wet weather. you will see some on tuesday and thursday, other than it's dry in the short term. this is the next cold front right here, this will swing through tuesday morning that will produce showers and quick-hitting thunderstorm. for now, it's dry and hot and
noticeably more humid. reading, 91. trenton, 91. philadelphia, 90. millville, 89. shorepoints, these are early highs around lunchtime. cape may, atlantic city on the sand, 80 degrees, let's say by 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., all of a sudden the temperatures are in the mid 70s with the refreshing sea breeze. dover, 89 degrees, going hour by hour, a lot of sunshine from start to finish a couple of puffy cumulus clouds upstairs. 88 degrees by 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 90. and 5:00 p.m., 90 degrees. poconos sunny, warm, delightful, 84 degrees is the forecasted high. low humidity levels, jersey shore you have higher humidity levels, you'll notice the change. ocean temperature not too bad, that's very inviting, 68 degrees, 80 is the forecasted high around lunchtime. pulling back into the mid 70s later on. moderate risk for rip currents.
we had rough surf down there yesterday. we're expecting swells of 2 to 4 feet later this afternoon. that could create rip currents be careful as you head in the water. overnight tonight it's warm and sticky, not too bad, but you'll notice the change. 63 degrees outlying suburbs, 68 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice and quiet once again tomorrow, hazy, hot and humid, though, as a matter of fact if we hit the 93 that will be the warmest temperature. year so far. quick hitting quick-hitting shower or storm tuesday, 89. next chance of rain comes thursday, 82. look at friday, guys, 82. >> you're going to tie the knot on friday. >> reporter: five days. >> you getting excited. you mean until this points we've been engaged for about a year last few days. >> you're starting to feel butterflies. >> reporter: it's different when
you're talking to camera there's nobody in there, when you have everybody watching you -- >> looking forward to it, right? thanks chris. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. >> don't think, chris. 7:46 schools are letting out for summer, so you will begin to see a lot more kids on bicycles, that increases the chances for accidents with bicycles. erin o'hern has the abcs of bike safety in kids health matters. >> reporter: bikes often given children their first taste of independence, but they need to to use them safely. bikes are second to cars in injuries to kids. a children's safety expert said make sure the bike is the right size. >> have him sit on the bike, and his feet should reach flat
to the ground. kids should do an abc checkup, it's for others to see them riding. helmets are a must, but they must fit proper. >> it should fit flat and cover the forehead. these days there's a choice between traditional bike helmets and sport helmets that are good for skating and skate boarding. helmet wearing should start young when kids are riding fry fry -- tricycles or on your bike. kids should not ride until they approve they know the rules of the road. i'm erin o'hern channel 6 "action news."
>> so glad you stayed with us, 7:50 a.m., philadelphia contemporary ballet company is celebrating its 10th birthday this season. karen rogers has more in the 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: they are called ballet x the company was founded a decade ago by two former dancers by the pennsylvania ballet. it's contemporary ballet and virtual design. christine cox and matthew ninen founded ballet x in 2005 to push classic ballet. >> he with wanted to create a home where choreographers could
come and make original dances. their summer series kicks off with world premier works. >> i don't think we have to rush this. matthew will be creating a work inspired by the life of a dear friend of ours, tony hamilton who passed away from alzheimers who was coloring the idea of memory. that's the first half of the program, the second half is called bonzi. >> she is doing a piece inspired by a surreal artist. >> reporter: it will feature visual art by the philadelphia based design company called cliff collective. >> they have projected images on city hall. i anticipate that the audience will be blown away.
ballet x performs their summers series at the wilma theater. go to 6abc loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> oprah winfrey has been showing off her recent weight lost and healthy view. winfry is releasing her first cook book, it will be called food health and happiness. she said she got the idea after having people over for lump and dinnertime and -- lunch and dinner and being asked how the meal is so healthy. it is slated for release in january. >> meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. stay with us we'll be right back.
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find new roads at your local chevy dealer the philadelphia museum of art where the 2016 gary pappa run has just gotten underway. it is bustling with activity out there. it's a gorgeous day for it. the 10k is underway. the 5k gets started at 8:00 a.m. the event helps to raise money for prostate cancer. as you know gary died seven years ago. the race was named after him for his 6 year battle with prostate cancer. >> meteorologist chris sowers is here, how is the weather looking? >> reporter: shade, seek it out, lots of sunshine expected. warmer today, 90 degrees. humidity levels are low, it's
higher than yesterday, bus stop it's manageable, not too bad just yet. here's a look at the forecast. 8:00 a.m., 70 degrees, 9:00 a.m., 74. 11:00 a.m., we're up to 83 already, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 90 today and perhaps the hottest temperature of the year so far for tomorrow that 93 will feel like 95 or 96. >> thank you chris. it is 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here dan harris with a preview. >> reporter: hey gray and nydia. new developments and information in the orlando nightclub massacre as the city pay attribute to the victims. what we're learning about the woman at the center of the investigation the killer's wife. plus a risky rescue mission to one of the harshed environments on earth. rescue crews are on their way to the south pole for a sick
worker. golden state warriors and the cleveland cavaliers facing off in game 7. steph curry and labron james speaking out as they gear up for what could be basketball history. >> "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. thousands of runners are lacing up for the 2016 gary pappa run. our live coverage continues at 9:00 a.m. >> the sun can wreak havoc on your makeup, we're sitting down with an expert to keep yourself looking fresh this summer. meteorologist chris sowers will be tieing the knot this friday, for gray, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here atsunda.
good morning, america. happening now. new details about the orlando gunman's wife. did she help him? and how much did she know? an exclusive interview. >> i thought she was incapable of being an accomplice. absolutely incapable. plus, omar mateen's own troubled past. all this, while thousands take part in a touching tribute for the victims. deadly heat wave. tinderbox conditions. sparking fires across six states. hot spots threatening to flare up again. more than 50 million americans affected by these unbearable temperatures. when can we expect any relief? south pole rescue mission. a medical emergency. the daring attempt to save at least one person in distress at the bottom of the world. it's one of the harshest environments on earth.