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matt o'donnell is off, jeanette reyes is joining us. >> we're following breaking news at this hour. philadelphia police are looking for a man who stabbed a woman multiple times overnight. >> authorities arrest a man on a gun violation as they continue their search for four missing men in bucks county. >> and if you're reaching for your cup of coffee, listen up. new research shows coffee drinking could give you more than a morning jolt. >> on this shift, we will then therefore live forever. let's go on over now to david and karen who have had their morning coffee. they've got your weather and traffic. good morning. >> you're not a coffee drinker but i am so i'll live forever. >> good for you and i'll be -- well. today we've got stuff to talk about so let's go ahead and take a look at satellite and the weather center shows it to you. there is a little bit more cloud cover around today than there was yesterday. overall we're looking at clouds and sun and storm tracker6 live double scan shows us that there is at least one little bit of rain and this does have pockets of heavier downpour activity highlighted in yellow and red although it's a little less
than what it was maybe 15 minutes ago. this is passing just to the north of honey brook on the western edge of chester county and it's possible some of that survives farther east to areas north of the pennsylvania turnpike. that's the kind of thing we'll be watching all day today, little pop-up showers some of which could produce downpours and maybe some strong gusty winds. 72 in trenton, 77 in philadelphia, 75 in wilmington, still in the upper 60's in allentown, 74 in cape may and as we go into the afternoon it's going to be a hot one today. 76 by noon or by 7 o'clock. by noon 88 and then your high is that 93 at 3 o'clock and there is the chance of some pop-up showers and thunderstorms today that could produce drenching downpours and perhaps a little bit of gusty winds, too. 71 is your current dewpoint in philadelphia and as you look at these numbers, all of those 70's indicate oppressive humidity and that is what we're going to be looking at the rest of the way today. and for the next three days we've got heat and humidity building in so get ready for this. today's high 93. tomorrow 92. 95 on thursday but look at the heat index values.
up close to 100 today and tomorrow and as high as 104 or so on thursday, so, karen, cool drinks all around the next several days and look out for the storms. details on this in the seven-day including when it ends. >> all right dave let's hit the roads right now and get your tuesday morning started. we're looking live at the vine street expressway, the westbound is reopened after being closed for overnight construction. and eastbound we could see in the process of reopening as well so they're still opening some of the ramps, main vine looking pretty good at this point as the crews are packing up and headed out until tonight. looking dark out there spring garden street at broad. we had a disabled vehicle that had been continuing to block spring garden at broad. they have a tow truck and police on the scene with that one. i-95 southbound the off-ramp to betsy ross bridge and aramingo, this is good news. expected to reopen today after being shut down for 10 months, so today is the day you should be reopening the i-95 southbound off-ramp to the betsy ross bridge. outside live on i-95 at cottman we could see that that southbound traffic very light volume moving just fine at
this early hour. in fact it's at a standstill but there are only one or two cars out there, tam. >> thank you, karen. philadelphia police are on the hunt for the man who stabbed a 32-year-old woman multiple times. he attacked her around 2 o'clock this morning in a home on the 2000 block of castor avenue. police received several calls about a woman screaming. officers on the scene then found a woman stabbed in the chest and in the head. they rushed her to the hospital in critical condition. police later surrounded a home on the 1900 block of east pacific avenue. they believe that the stabbing suspect was inside. but when police entered the home, the suspect was not there. and developing this morning, the fbi is involved in the search of a farm in bucks county for four missing young men. meantime a member of the family that owns the farm has been arrested. "action news" reporter katherine scott is live in solebury township where crews have been searching. she's got the latest on this ongoing mystery that is now getting national attention. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning,
tam. and investigators have been focusing on a property up the way here on lower york road in solebury township. they're expected to be back here this morning to continue their search and according to court records, the property is owned by sandra dinardo a relative of a man arrested yesterday on an unrelated gun charge. 19-year-old dean fin caro, 19-year-old jimi patrick, 22-year-old mark sturgis and 21-year-old tom meo of plumstead have been missing since last week. it's unclear what relationship the men have with each other. the district attorney does believe foul play is involved. investigators have been looking at different properties saying they were chasing hot leads. the fbi, state police and multiple local agencies have been involved. neighbors are stunned. >> it's sad 'cause solebury new hope is a beautiful little town and, you know, you hear this all the time. you never thought something like this would happen here. >> reporter: police have searched several properties belonging to the dinardo family including this home in
bensalem. after that search police took 20-year-old cosmo dinardo in custody and charged him with illegal possession of a firearm. according to court documents, back in february, dinardo was found with a shotgun and ammunition despite a history of mental illness that includes an involuntary commitment. he's being held on 10 percent of $1 million bail and has not been called a suspect in this case. there is another press conference scheduled for 11 o'clock this morning and we hope to hear more updates on this case then t we're live in solebury township, katherine scott, channel6 "action news. jeanette. today run thank you. new from overnight, someone shot a man multiple times in philadelphia's olney section around 9:30 last night along the 6,000 block of north water street. a 28-year-old man was shot twice in the arm and once in the back. he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. philadelphia police are trying to figure out who shot him and why. and police suspect foul play in a death investigation. officers were on patrol last
night around the 6,000 block of mansion avenue. that's when they were flagged down and made aware of a man's body. investigators are trying to find out how he died. >> it is now 5:07 and federal authorities are investigating a deadly industrial accident at the port of philadelphia. a worker was crushed under a metal shipping container. the accident happened at packer of a marine terminal yesterday afternoon. officials say a worker operating machinery accidentally knocked over a stack of the cargo containers and one of them fell onto a white pickup truck below killing a 52-year-old man who was inside the truck. the pier where the accident happened was closed to business for the day but it is expected to be back opened for operations at 7:00 this morning. >> your time now 5:07. republicans are getting pressure from all sides about passing a healthcare bill. majority leader mitch mcconnell is studying possible changes in his bill. they include rolling back some medicaid cuts adding more money to fight opioid abuse
and beefing up healthcare subsidies. a revised bill could be unveiled this week with a possible vote next week. >> healthcare is a human right. that is why we fight, fight, fight. >> protesters faced off with lawmakers as they returned to work from the july 4th break p more than a dozen demonstrations took place outside the offices of senators and representatives yesterday. at least 80 protesters were arrested. police dragged some away as they chanted not to take away healthcare coverage. >> time now to turn to dave murphy and accuweather. you really feel a change when you step outside really heavy air. >> you do, yeah. i mean, yesterday was pretty sticky down the shore but not in most of the region. today we have a change. storm tracker6 live double scan shows most of the area starting out dry. we have that one cell that's kind of falling apart north of honey brook heading to the east and more or less areas just to the north of the pennsylvania turnpike and western chester county. let's get you outside.
you got sky6. there's the airport. kind of a pretty picture there. i don't know that we've had that shot all that often. and humid conditions there in case you were headed down to the airport or anywhere else. 69 degrees currently on the temperature dial, thermometer that would be up in allentown. 70 in reading. 77 currently in philadelphia so it's warm and again those dewpoints as you look at these numbers are also in the 70's in most areas and that means oppressive humidity. you'll really feel it after the sun gets up over the horizon. in the lehigh valley today t-hot and humid, a spotty storm can't be ruled out and they could produce drenching downpours where they hit as well as some gusty winds today so take cover from any storms. 87 up there. down the beach a better day as we have a much smaller chance of a thunderstorm or shower. still want you to head in off the water if you -- or off the beach if you do hear thunder but it looks like low to mid 80's up and down the jersey shore and probably mid 80's down along the delaware bay. moderate risk to small risk of rip currents today. hot and humid in philadelphia. spotty thunderstorm can't be
ruled out and a high of 93 because of the high humidity it will feel like it's about 98 this afternoon. and warm and humid overnight with maybe an evening thunderstorm. otherwise just 76 and muggy overnight. let's cover the rain story. today maybe a little bit of something popping through later this morning particularly north of philadelphia but it's really this afternoon that we expect some spotty stuff to begin to pop and again anything that does pop up could produce a drenching downpour. there's obviously not a whole lot on storm tracker and future tracker as we look into the afternoon but anything that does hit could produce a drenching downpour or a strong gusty wind. there's an isolated chance of a strong storm around the region today. by 11:00 we're dry. tomorrow morning probably dry but tomorrow afternoon we get into the same pattern where in spots in will be a drenching downpour producing thunderstorm. it's spotty stuff. any storms that form we'll value high chance of producing frequent lightning strong gusty winds and a moderate chance of hail. today there's a small chance
of a strong storm that could bring you that sort of thing. the best chance this week is probably thursday. your seven-day from accuweather hot and humid today. some thunderstorms in some spots 93. tomorrow humid way spotty storm 92 and then thursday we've got the red bar on there 'cause it's going to be oppressively humid with heat index values up around 105 or close to that. and a better chance of some of strong storms. then we ease that temperature way down on friday but it's still muggy and there's still a chance of some isolated downpours and flash flooding possible then on friday. but we are settling down for the weekend so things are going to pretty quickly get better. >> all right. thank you, david. it is now 5:11 and a sixers star makes a catch at the home run derby. >> new on "action news," the father of a u.s. soldier charged with supporting terrorists talks about his son. >> and two local octogenarians take the jump of a lifetime. karen. >> look at them go. live here on the blue route approaching the schuylkill. traffic moving nicely right here. we'll take you to fort
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>> ♪ >> welcome back and happy tuesday. take a look at that gorgeous shot. we're taking a live look at the commodore barry bridge via sky6. you're in for a pretty wet humid day. the minute you step outside you'll feel it. your time now is 5:14 and 77 degrees. >> let's go on over to karen rogers. she's taking a look at your traffic. how is it going on this
tuesday. >> well, it's going good here anyway in fort washington and here in the building. this is 309 at the pennsylvania turnpike. if you're coming in from perkasie or montgomeryville this morning, you're really looking good so far. no issues on your majors right now, at least here on 309 looking good. just some construction crews on i-95 northbound between enterprise avenue and broad street, the right lane scheduled to be blocked from 9:00 until 3:00 today. so you're moving okay now but it's just after the height of the morning rush 9 o'clock they'll be blocking a lane right there. also over here in new jersey, route 70 westbound approaching 295 we've got the left lane blocked with construction there until 6:00 a.m. and i just found this in the commuter traffic report. janine sarlo talking about a minor crash in pennsauken new jersey on 130 near dewey and jefferson avenue. if you're near bethel park in pennsauken, we have jeannie
reporting a crash there. thanks jeannie. it's 77 degrees right now. in general temperatures about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday but the difference you really feel is the humidity. look at these dewpoints. it's already oppressive in the city. a dewpoint of 71, 75 in millville, 76 in dover. any time you hit 70 you know it feels oppressive and it certainly does and that's the way it's going to stay today. 93 for your hot and humid high, tam. >> thank you, karen. new this morning, the father of an active duty american soldier accused of having connections to isis is speaking out. 34-year-old ikaika kang was arrested in hawaii on saturday on terrorism charges. military records show he enlisted in the army shortly after the 9/11 attacks then deployed to both iraq and afghanistan. his father says he still cannot believe his only son has been arrested for trying to help isis. >> i'm in shock. i really am. i was quite concerned when he came back from a tour in
afghanistan, one tour in iraq, if he had ptsd but he's never, ever talked about isis or anything like that. >> kang was most recently an air traffic controller. amazing video here. that was the moment that a five-story building collapsed into a rain swollen river in tibet on saturday. thankfully everybody had been arrested -- evacuated beforehand. the flood also swept away that dump truck as the banks of the river just crumbled. the driver in that case had also gotten out ahead of time. >> talk about a close call. a woman in south florida says she felt the shock of lightning as it hit nearby. it was caught on camera. take a look here as the woman was walking in to work in lauderdale lake. police say the bolt came down about a hundred yards away. a fire official said even indirect lightning strikes can cause injuries. the woman was briefly
hospitalized but fortuernaiousl. >> new here on "action news," police in california came to the help of a bear cub who's incidentstuck in a plastic on saturday. a laverne officer held the little guy on the ground while a fish and wildlife official removed the jug. once free the bearscampered off. >> major league baseball all-star game in s in miami tonight. sixers center joel embiid got himself a rebound of sorts at the home run derby at marlins park last night. embiid caught a ball while sitting in the left field stands. yankees slugger aaron judge beat minnesota 11 i've-10. >> it is 5:18. if you ever feel like you need a cup of joe to survive new research claims you may be anton something. >> a restoration project at a museum in new jersey unearths a wine collection dating back
to the 1700's. david. >> looks like red wine which is my favorite. all right. we have a warm one this morning with temperatures in the 70's. 77 degrees right now in philadelphia. and as we take a look at those dewpoints unfortunately they are in the 70's and that means it's oppressively humid as you step outside. i'll have your 12-hour forecast coming up next. >> ♪
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>> how about a glass of wine? new on "action news," a restoration project at a north jersey museum has unearthed cases of wine nearly as old as the united states. the liberty hall museum in union says it discovered almost full cases of madieira wine. the museum found 42 large glasses jugs dating to the 18 20's. liberty hall president john king says he's sampled the
wine and compares to it a sweet sherri. >> we appreciate him sampling that. >> i feel like we need to do that story. >> yeah. >> i think we should do a whole series. >> personally check that out. >> yeah. >> but first we'll start with a live look outside in southwest philadelphia. this is the platt bridge by i-95. that's westbound traffic head toward the airport. no problems this morning. you're looking pretty good. roads are dry right there. let's take a look here at mass transit. trolley routes he 10, 11, 13, 34, 36 still being diverted for the trolley tunnel blitz. they're doing some tunnel cleaning dave. >> we're in the 70's now but it's muggy. we'll get hot later on. a high of 93 at 3 o'clock. in the afternoon there's a chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm on the storm prediction send shows the entire region in at least a slight risk with just a chance of an isolated strong storm so if you hear thunder today, you want to head indoors on the lower floors as some of those storms could produce gusty winds. all green aircraft at the airport. rain up in boston but everybody else is dry in our big travel destinations, tam.
>> okay, thank you, david. going on to health check love this story. you can enjoy that morning cup of joe with a little good news. drinking more coffee could for some reason lead to a longer life. according to two large studies drinking coffee is linked to a decreased risk of death. i guess you can see it coming because you're alert and get out of the way. both studies were published monday in the journal annals of internal medicine. those who reported drinking four or more cups they were very animated per day had an 18 percent decreased chance of death over the 16 year study. now sometimes they tell you coffee will kill you. sometimes they tell you it's good for you. i say we stick with this study. enjoy that cup of coffee. >> you're too awake to die. [laughter] >> your time now 5:23. up next a new study finds who are the best tippers. >> adventurous friends prove age is really just a number. these two are adorable. you want to see this. it's coming up in the morning
democrats women and southerners tipped around 15 or 16 percent. but women were more likely than men to tip when it came to hotel housekeepers, coffee shop baristas and hair stale lifts of the -- stylists. one in five americans never tip the wait staff. >> that's pretty bad. >> tam i think you'll like this story. in the morning buzz you may have heard of a bucket list things you'd like to achieve in your lifetime. two octogenarians decided they wanted to jump out of a plane. they took the jump yesterday in perkasie. take a listen. >> there they are. tam it's so funny i was chatting with them and i said do you have any message for the younger folks and they just looked at me like no, just wanted to jump out of a plane. i don't see what the big deal is. [laughter] >> and that's what they did. they said their kids were just -- they're crazy but we'll support them. i love it, though. take a listen to what they had to say. >> it's a little scary coming
out of the plane but -- >> you think you might do that again, though. >> oh, yeah. [laughter] >> don't you love that. and they met in balance class and betty who is 85 just told franny, she said franny, what do you think about jumping out of a plane and she said sure and there they are. >> now, that's a good friend. you know what, jeanette, i'll do it if you will. >> really? don't say it we have it on air. we have the proof. >> i said if you will. i know you won't. >> i wouldn't be so sure. [laughter] >> 5:28. more this morning pow the deadly crash of a marine corps plane a rural farm field. >> water cascades through a metro station in paris as the city deals with record rainfall. those stories and much more when "action news" continues. >> ♪
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