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into the streets of west philadelphia. >> developing news we're following reports that olympic swimmer ryan lochte was robbed at gunpoint in rio, but the head of the international olympic committee is disputing those claims. >> he's warning in effect, when do we see relief? >> reporter: let's go outside to chris sowers with the accuweather forecast. everybody is asking those questions. >> reporter: not soon enough, there's relief in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, but it will take days for it to arrive. take a look at the heat index values, 100 in philadelphia. dover, down to 110 coming down off 114. cape may, 110 down to 108. beach haven, 103. poconos 83 degrees is your
current heat index. the heat warning continues through the afternoon into the evening hours as most lockses remain in the triple heat throughout the remainder. day. relief is not too far off, it's 350 miles away to the west. that front that cluster of showers and thunderstorms is moving very, very slowly to the east, it probably doesn't arrive until wednesday night or thursday, from now until then, we may see fluctuations in the heat and humidity over the next few days, all in all, generally speaking it's going to be oppressively hot and humid. for today, hazy, hot and humid. be on the look out for a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. 97 degrees is the forecasted high peaking out to 105 to 107 with the humidity. we're talking about relief in the seven-day forecast. it can't get here soon enough. it feels oppressively humid out here, when i come back in just a few minutes i'll let you know
when it arrives. >> the philadelphia corporation for aging is not taking any chances in this dangerous heat. the heat line is up and running today. >> reporter: trish hartman is live at the philadelphia pca and trish we know this heat can be a killer. >> reporter: absolutely, these folks are working hard to make sure everyone stays safe. operators are on duty, as well as as a nurse ready to answer heat related concerns and medical questions and offer advise as the heat wave continues. we talked to people outside this morning trying to scwooz out a work -- squeeze out a workout before the heat got too dangerous. many tried to squeeze out a workout before the heat came. is there a breeze on the water? >> reporter: these marathon runners are trying to compete an 18-mile training run in the
sweltering heat. >> we started at 5:30, we tried to plan for it, but it's putting a damper on the training. >> one of the toughest long runs i've had to do, running in the shade and run winning water and getting more water. >> reporter: some athletes went to a watch party where the olympic marathon runners party is underway the air-conditioning was on. >> we don't have ac in our apartment, so we came here. the shop has a cooler at the front door tore runners or anyone to stop in and rehydrate. they are not the only one, a viewer sent a photo from the acme supermarket in northern liberties offering cold water to thirsty shoppers. pca heat line will be operating
until 9:00 p.m. tonight, (215)765-9040 to talk to someone about any heat related health issues or concerns. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> all right, people need to stay cool. new at noon, crews are working to fix a water main break in philadelphia at 61st and haverford avenue before 9:00 a.m. there's no word on what caused the break or when it will be repaired. a driver is in the hospital, but facing criminal charges for a pair of early morning accidents on broad street. the man was involved in one accident apt broad and catherine and drove off. near broad and norris, the car went out of control and crashed into an apartment building housing temple university students. nobody was hurt, but the driver was taken to the hospital to be treated for non-life threatening
injuries. there are reports that olympic swimmer ryan lochte was robbed in rio. the international olympic committee said this is not true, but it is trying to get more information. sunny he swam in two events at the limbs winning one gold medal. tensions are running high in milwaukee, confronts police officers and setting fires to businesses. one officer was hurt by a flying brick. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: overnight violence erupting in milwaukee during a protest in response to a deadly officer-involved shooting. >> this is the police, leave the area. >> reporter: officers out in full riot gear, people panic running for cover in the smoke filled streets as the sound of
gunshots ring out. >> the community we're not going to protect yourselves if we don't have anyone to protect us, this is what you get. >> reporter: the police car destroyed. >> shots fired, two injured officers here. >> reporter: this car up in flames. >> this is the home. >> reporter: several buildings including a gas station and auto parts store and bank are torched as hundreds of people flooded the streets saturday night. >> if you love your son or your daughter get them home before more damage is done. >> reporter: racial tensions boiling over as the crowd protest egg the death of an armed man shot and killed during the day. >> the man is a 23-year-old man from milwaukee with a lengthy arrest center the gun was stolen in a burglar along with amunition. >> reporter: the officer was told the suspect to stop when
the suspect did not comply the officer shot and killed him. >> beyond that at all in the community. >> reporter: one officer hospitalized after a brick was thrown through his window striking him in the head. >> that was abc's eva pilgrim with that report. >> take a look at this, large stretches of louisiana parishes are underwater with record flooding. three peopler dead, one is missing and thousands evacuated. police arrested 7,000 people some from the air, some from the ground. >> i'm going to die, i'm drowning. >> we're coming we're coming, we're breaking the window, we're breaking the window. >> dramatic scene there, one rescue in bat nl -- baton rouge, a woman and her dog were pulled from her car that got caught in
fast-moving water. the governor abandoned the state mansion when the basement was flooded with water. beloved captain noah will be laid to rest tomorrow. carter merbreier and his wife pat better known as mrs. noah educated and entertained kids here an on 22 stations across the county. friends and family will pay their respects at a visitation at st. pauls in ardmore, the funeral malice follows at 11:00 a.m. we have posted several open sodas of captain noah and his magical ark to watch including his pilot of. >> people share their captain
august 5. 6abc is proud to be a musikfest partner once again this year. >> find shade and bring water. >> reporter: bring a mist fan, those things are great. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. we're down in cape may, those are brave souls on the beach. wait until you see what the heat index is in cape may. it's unbelievable the numbers that are being reported. beautiful day, sun glistening down umbrellas up, at least they are doing that shading themselves from the sun. storm tracker 6 live double scan crystal clear, we don't have any precipitation out there. we should keep it dry most of the time today. although one or two areas could pick up a quick-hitting shower or thunderstorm. 90 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 71. it has come down a little bit. pressure 29.99 inches it's holding steady. winds out of the west at
13 miles per hour that will prevent a sea breeze from kicking in. you may get a breeze on the sand. you go a couple of blocks inland it will be scorching. atlantic city up to 97. cape may, 91. millville, 93. philadelphia, 93. beach haven 90. look what happens when you factor in the humidity. all of a sudden we have triple digit heat, 104 in millville. 111 in cape may. 103 in atlantic city. 110 in dover, 102 in wilmington. future tracker later this afternoon combination of sun and clouds, one or two areas maybe you pick up a quick-hitting shower or thunderstorm. overnight it's partly cloudy, maybe a brief evening thunderstorm. tomorrow afternoon same thing it's hazy, hot and humid, one or two areas you pick up a quick hitting storm. this afternoon hot and humid, take it easy, listen to your body stay hydrated and take breaks. 97 degrees, the peak index is
between 105 and 107 in the city. 94 in allentown. millville, 96. atlantic city and cape may, 94 degrees, these are the beach temperatures. you just saw the temperatures at the airport, 97. trenton, 96. dover, 95 degrees when all is said and done. heat index values, 105 by 1 p.m. 7:00 p.m. feeling like 100 degrees and tailing off a little bit. 1:00 a.m. 90 degrees in the city of philadelphia. jersey shore you're baking down there, you don't have much of a sea breeze right now. the breeze is parallel to the shoreline. 94 degrees on the sand. hazy, hot and humid, a ton of sunshine, a nice looking day, you have to use caution all the heat and humidity. ocean temperature, 66. the temperatures were in the 80s, what happened? we had upwelling the surface water pushed out to sea and the
colder water rose to the top. put your feet in that, you go to the south off the coast of cape may, it's back in the 70s. it's 66 in atlantic city. headliner of musikfest in bethlehem this evening, it's a steam bath very humid, 85 degrees by 7:00 p.m. by 9:00 p.m., 82. 10:00 p.m., in the 70s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, highlighting today because of the dangerous heat and humidity, 97 degrees is the air temperatures in the city. 107 is heat index. 94 tomorrow. 92 tuesday and wednesday. thursday, 90. friday and saturday looks like we're back in the 80s. oh, my goodness you have to take it easy today. >> friday you'll need the boots with the fur, right? >> reporter: not quite. >> turkish authorities are submitting the official request for the arrest of a poconos
islamic cleric because of a failed coup. they want him arrested before they submit a formal request. he runs charities and schools in a self imposed exile in the poconos. vice president biden will visit turkey since the failed coup. ties have become strained since the failed coup and the demand that the cleric be extradited.
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or anxiety and it can damage your teeth and put pressure on the muscles and tissue around the jaw. try avoiding caffeine and chocolate and cutback on alcohol just before bedtime. new freedom theater is pennsylvania's oldest african-american owned theater. this year the company is celebrating a milestone. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: new freedom theater known as freedom theater has been a staple in north philadelphia for 50 years and it is finding new ways to shape and strengthen the community through the arts. new freedom theater was founded in 1966 an outgrowth of black power movement. >> we are a cultural anchor for north philadelphia but we have national impact. co-founders johnny alan junior and robert e leslie have an arts
training program. >> they felt they were building an institution for future generations. leslie odem who skyrocketed to fame in his tony award winning musical hamilton was one of the ten thousand artists who honed their skills here. >> a hain for african -- a haven for of african-american artist. >> they did a play trayvon martin as final hour and the legacy in black lives matter movement. >> we are committed to african-american stories. >> reporter: the fall they are adding newly designed acting dance an volunteer art classes. new freedom theater is hosting
an open house september 17. visit freedom theater.org or visit 6abc.com/loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> in sports, eagles rookie quarterback carson wentz suffers a fractured rib in his first preseason game. >> lane johnson is speaking out about a possible ten game suspension, find out who he is blaming right after this. hello!
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will not stop eagles fans from flocking to the link today. the birds are holding an open practice beginning at 7:00 p.m. here's something you will love to here, admission is free. head house plaza and inter stadium gate open at 5:00 p.m. one player you won't see is carson wentz recovering from a rib injury and the controversy surrounding lane johnson. >> reporter: ouch this hurts more ways than one, eagles quarterback carson wentz could miss the rest of the preseason with a hairline tractor in his ribs. eagles coach doug peterson is hoping to have the second overall pick back by the preseason. there's no guarantee. he attempted a practice yesterday you can but was way too sore, a scan revealed the fracture. >> lane johnson calls it a
nightmare, he expects to be suspended ten games for taking a supplement he said was approved by a phone app given to him by the nfl players association. the union that's supposed to to protect the are players. johnson said the amino acid he took was okay because the app of the nfl gave him approved the subpoena meant. that's not the case -- supplement, that's not the case. the eagles player is plameing the association for not testing the supplements saying they are approved. >> i want to be clear nfl pa do not stand up for players, they give us an supplement on an app and it is not approved. i've known this for a couple of weeks and that's been the hardest thing, the last thing i want to be labeled as is a
cheater. >> reporter: nfl say in part -- moving on to baseball, the phillies have won three straight for the first time in more than a month. they do it last night without a red-hot ryan howard. he is on the bench against colorado despite red-hot numbers, he'll cheer for this, franco's 3-run shot. phils out to a 3-0 lead. next at bat, drilled in the
4th by anderson, franco stares him down, around son yes, sir at the phils bench, the bench clears out, everybody cools down around thrown out. phillies win 6-3, another save by gomez. the union win in new england, 4-nill it is their first quinn in more than a month. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> another half-hour of "action news" is just ahead. it is dangerously hot outside, there's resources available for people who need help in the heat. >> plus, you know the song sing a rainbow and other favorites from captain noah. we'll take a music-filled stroll down memory lane as we remember the late star. those stories and more when "action news" continues.
>> let's go outside to chris sowers, it's hot outside. >> reporter: fortunately a breeze has picked up. without the breeze it would be dreadful. honestly as we take a look at the numbers, it's dreadful anyway. if you're heading to the jersey shore not the case, 95 degrees, air temperature in ocean city. margate, 95. avalon, 90. cape may, 90. 93 in millville. philadelphia, 93. dover, 93. same number for wilmington and trenton, 91. watch what happens when you factor in the humidity. 104 in millville. 112 in dover. 1 oh, 9 in cape may. feels like 103 in atlantic city. 100 for philadelphia and trenton. 98 in allentown. if you're heading to citizens bank park, the colorado rockies taking on the philadelphia phils, stay hydrated, 1 5:00 p.m. start time, cool -- 135
start time, take breaks, listen to your body, heat index value 105 to 107 degrees. we have thunderstorm chance in the seven-day forecast. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll focus a little bit more on that. >> the philadelphia corporation for aging has activated their heat line once again today. >> trish hartman is live at pca. trish what do people need to know about excessive heat. >> reporter: whenever there's a heat warning, philadelphia corporation for aging activates the heat line for anyone to call for heat related questions and mobile team in case there's an emergency. criminals gallagher with pca is here with us right now. this is the 5th heat wave of
the summer, have you been getting a lot of calls and what types of concerns do you have? >> we are getting a lot of calls, this is a dangerous heat wave not only in its intensity, but the lent of time. we have a medical staff here if you're experiencing heat stress and serious medical condition now, we can have a nurse talking to you, we've seen heat related deaths and rear trying to prevent those. >> we mentioned yesterday that two people died from the heat wave. those two women had existing medical conditions, what are you telling people who had medical conditions that maybeted by the heat. >> take precautions because it does get worse quickly. >> the heat line is open until
9:00 p.m. (215)765-9040. reporting in north philadelphia, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." nydia. >> good information, trish, and chris, thank you. stay with "action news" for the word on the heat and the pop-up thunderstorms. and don't forget to stay connected to our meteorologists on twitter and facebook. >> the work did not stop for firefighters in this excessive heat, crews received multiple calls for fires in the frankford section. crews found flames shooting from the second floor. we are told nobody was hurt. it's not clear what started the fire. crews were busy battling a two-alarm fire in an abandoned community in -- church in the wt mount airy section at mount pleasant avenue and bryant street.
the cause of the fire is unknown. authorities are expected to release new information about the murder suicide that left five members of a berks county family dead. a news conference is expected tomorrow on the deaths of family. they are found dead inside the sinking spring home. thunderstorms say they found a note in the house and gun next to one of the parents, they have not said which one. the short's youngest child willow had undergone a successful heart transplant days after her birth. closing arguments are set in the trial for attorney general kathleen kane. kane did not take the stand. lawyers believe she can not be convicted based on only the evidence presenterred by the prosecution. -- presented by the prosecution. she faces up to 7 years in
prison if convicted for perjury. donald trump campaign manager blamed the news media for the outrage after second amendment and isis. he said the media should have focused on his economic plan. his running mate mike pence said he will release his tax returns before the election. trump said he will not because he is under audit. hillary clinton returns to pennsylvania this week to stump for votes. she'll be in scranton along with vice president joe biden. tuesday, clinton is in philadelphia holding a voter registration rally at west philadelphia high school. nancy pelosi urging democratic lawmakers in washington to change their personal phone numbers after the party congressional campaign committee was hacked. she made the call after receiving a deluge of object
seen voice mails and text messages. a hacker said he was the one who post the the personal information and he said he is romainean and not working for russia. captain noah passed away, and word of the beloved captain's death had people not in tears, but in song. >> it's captain noah and his magical ark all aboard. when we asked if people remembered captain noah some would break out singing his trademark song. mayor jim kenny was among those they don't grew up watching the
captain and mrs. noah. >> his songs would stick in your head. >> send your pictures to dear old captain noah ♪ ♪ send right away. >> reporter: his real name was carter merbreier since 1967 until he retired in 1994. all kids knew him as captain noah. >> here comes mrs. noah. >> i watched captain noah every saturday morning with my sister. >> you would watch it you would be stuck to it as a young person stuck to it watching it. >> reporter: it wasn't just philadelphia superstars like charles barclay, elvis presley, stevie wonder and john lennon and many, many more. captain noah attracted a larger audience in the philadelphia area than those of captain
kangaroo and as he sesame street combined. the song sing rainbow was a song about diversity long before it was a buzz word across the country. >> the animals are all different colors and the birds and the flowers that are all different colors are all brothers and sisters. >> they had different colors, i missed it now. >> it went across racial lines. there were black guys in north philadelphia who were singing captain noah songs that's special, when you can reach children like that. >> reporter: upon hearing of his death for some it was like a little part of them died, too. >> hearing that captain noah is gone, certainly is a sad day for me. >> he had a good life. >> reporter: and he touched a lot of lives. >> he did. >> i can sing a rainbow sing a
rainbow too ♪ it's the stuff you remember the stuff to make you think back to the good old days. >> reporter: i'm dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> that tune is camp, isn't it? we invite you to check out 6abc.com for more on captain noah. there's more to watch including the 1967 pilot episode. you can relive other moments from the iconic children's show. the show with a lasting impact. >> much more to come on "action news" sunday, including the pool party he will not soon forget. a detective pays it forward by inviting local kids over for fun in the sun. >> one person is dead and overly others hurt by -- several others hurt by being struck by lightning in new york city. >> chris sowers has the full
wounded four people in the resort town of lake george in albany new york yesterday. their belongings were on fire when medics arrived. another lightning strike killed a man on friday. several others were injured. those victims were gathered around a park bench. a fast-spreading wildfire is threatening scores of homes in southern california in the town of lower lakes. tinder dry brush caused by the historic drought is fueling the fire. a faulty wire sparked a hot tub fire and killed four people in the same area. >> you're using the word
relief. >> reporter: it doesn't arrive until the end of the week, so we have a few more to go here. let's gets you outside and show you the philadelphia international airport. you have the puffy cumulus clouds starting to develop. it's blazing hot with temperatures in the 90s in several locations, when you factor in the humidity it feels like triple digit heat. storm tracker 6 live double scan is clear, nothing going on on the radars. with the heating of the day we may see few pop-up showers here and there. pressure is holding stealed. winds whipping around at 13 miles per hour. if the air were stagnant it would feel terrible. heat index, 100 for the i-95 corridor. 112 in dover. 109 in cape may. 104 in millville.
beach haven feels like 104. future tracker 6 we'll stop the clock at 6:30. most of us are dry, probably 795% -- 95% of us are dry. one or two areas will pick up a shower or thunderstorm. monday afternoon maybe more in coverage with the pop-up showers and thunderstorms. a lot of it looks to be south of philadelphia. yesterday it was all north of the city. looms tomorrow it's to the south. one or two areas maybe you see a good downpour and brief gust of wind before they move along. tuesday morning all is clear, tuesday afternoon maybe a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. future tracker with the heat indices 104 this afternoon, accuweather is going 107 by 4:00 p.m. trenton, 103. this area will be 105 to 110. tomorrow, back up in the triple digit heat 100 degrees with the feels like temperature, 100 for millville.
wilmington, 106. it gets worse tuesday as the humidity levels increase. 102 for atlantic city and 102 for lakehurst. the remainder of the afternoon, hazy, hot and humid, 97 degrees is the forecasted high, two degrees shy of the record 99. it will feel like 107. a pop pop-up storm is possible,t of us stay dry. overnight tonight very uncomfortable and sticky. 73 degrees outlying suburbs, 78 for center city. it's cooler than where we started out this morning. this morning's low is 83. winds out of the west/northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. jersey shore, on the beach it's a hot one, 94 in atlantic city. 94 in beach haven. ocean city, 95 degrees. the ocean temperature off the coast of atlantic city is down to 65 degrees thanks to upwelling. it's chilly. you go to the south and cape may and delaware beaches the ocean
temperature is in the upper 70s again. cape may, 94 that's the air temperature. rehoboth beach 95. late day thunderstorm possible most of us stay dry, heat index values over 100 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we've highlighted today dangerous heat and humidity, 97 feeling like 107. 94 tomorrow, tuesday and wednesday, 92. looks like the heat wave comes to an end thursday evening and by saturday partly sunny, hopefully everything goes back to normal again, highs around 86. >> the heat did not keep everyone indoors today that will make some furry friends happy. this is the run and dog walk. the separate part of the event is just for the dogs, proceeds benefit the shirley fund for animal rescue and service training organization.
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taking a live look right now with wilmington, delaware. our excessive heat continues. 1:50, 93 degrees. ooh, it's hot. thousands of jimmy buffet fans endured the extreme heat to see his beach bash. buffet and his band played on the beach near michigan avenue. fans prepared for the heat in true buffet fashion. >> i drink plenty of margaritas and water. >> i'm a winter person, i love snow, but i can do this with jimmy. >> hoping for the cheese burger in paradise, philadelphia own g-love and special sauce. it was the first of the beach
concerts this summer. dozens of kids were treated to a pool party at the home of a police detective. new jersey correspondent nora muchanic spoke to the detective behind the special event. >> reporter: this was the scene in the backyard of trenton police detective randal hanson dozens invited to the home for a pool party. >> he swam, he did balloons and food and barbecue. >> it was an amazing time, lots of food and drinks, the kids had so much fun. with 20 years on the force, else the records administrators, why invite dozens of people to his house. >> he said it inside where these kids are coming from. he was adopted and never knew his births parents and grew up poor. he said some of the few people who took an interest in him were local police officers. >> they bought my spikes for baseball they ran and took me
back and forth to soccer practice. i thought this love they showed me, was something that police officers did. >> reporter: and so he continued that through his bikes for babies programs and helping poor families at christmas and this pool party. his three children and wife kicked in. i see where they are coming from and what they have and don't have. it's nice to give back. >> reporter: the detective and his wife have been hosting the pool party for three years, they don't do it for attention, it's a way to reach out. >> he treated us like he was family. >> reporter: what does that mean to you? >> it means he cares about us. >> he makes me feel good about myself and other people, too. >> you can extend your hand and open your heart and whether you do great things happen. >> hanson hopes his efforts inspire other killed the way he was inspired by the people who cared about him.
>> nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> i think he is inspiring us all. >> on the people scene, kevin hart and his long time girlfriend tied the knot in california. he took this picture on his instagram account. on graduate layingses to the hart family. >> congratulations indeed. >> when "action news" continues an update on our top stories. >> another look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment.
>> recapping our top stories on "action news," our heat wave is into its 5th day. officials are urging people to stay inside. the philadelphia corporation for aging has the heat line open for anyone needing help. the water is rising around baton rouge, louisiana which was hit with four months of rain in 24 hours. thousands are stranded in the neighborhood. even the governor had to evacuate when the governor's mansion was flooded. ryan lochte told a news outlet he was robbed in recrow. ioc denied the charge but lochte has confirmed it. >> let's get caught up on the forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: this is just in. it's hot, look at the heat
indices, 107 in millville. 112 for dover. cape may, usually the shorepoints that's the relief. feels like 11 in cape may. 103 in atlantic city, 103 in the city of philadelphia. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast dangerous heat and humidity today. it eases up a little bit tomorrow. every single day it gets better until the heat wave comes to an end on friday, or so we hope. >> thank you, finally at noon, a cat with four ears has found his forever home. i want to introduce you to ballot man. if you look closely you notice he has an extra set of ears. they are believed to be the result of a recessive gene mutation from both parents. he was at a shelter in western pennsylvania. hours after he became available for adoption, a young girl scooped him up, since the little girl is fond of super heros. >> i think he is very cute.
>> "action news" continues at 6:00 p.m. tonight. >> for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here next weekend. since 1961, pearle vision has provided the neighborhood with expert eye care. that was dr. stanley pearle's vision and we still proudly carry on his legacy. today, doctors like lisa hamilton perform eye exams that can help detect diabetes. because we care for you... and your eyes. this is genuine eye care, in your neighborhood. this is pearle vision.
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