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or payment each month to waive the monthly fee. and there's no minimum balance. you're all right with simply right checking from santander bank. ♪ are you feeling all right, baby? ♪ with simply right checking from santander bank. hit-and-run on broad street injuries a man and there's already a break in the case. a traffic alert, this morning the ben franklin bridge is shutting down for the tour de shore bike ride. >> are you ready for football? the eagles are back in the link for a free practice for fans. >> good morning to you on this sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse of the ben franklin bridge as we start this sunday morning.
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much different than yesterday, when we had all that rain. >> it is refreshing this morning, after all that rain. you had to grab a jacket. >> reporter: it's freezing, temperatures are in the low to mid 50s, north and west of the city. we've been dealing with all the humidity and all the warm temperatures and the rain, it's comfortably cool right now. north and west, lake harmony is getting out of the 40s, 53 in bethlehem. quakertown, 54. pilots, 54. warminster, 56. newtown, 59. you would think it was september. 57 in glassboro. vineland, 57. ewing 59 and hammonton 58 degrees. here's satellite and radar yesterday's storm continues to work its way out to sea. what will happen high pressure buildings in over the next few days, if you look right smack
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dab in the middle of the screen you can see big circle of clearing that's the high. it is moving slowly. that means we'll not see not one, not two, but four straight days of sunny skies. 78 degrees, sunny skies 1:00 p.m., 81. 4:00 p.m., 83. 7:00 p.m., 78. we're forecasting a high of 83. we'll warm up later this week, i'll be back with those numbers in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a man was hurt by a hit hit-and-run driver in south philadelphia. the driver sped off leaving the victim with a head injury and bruises and cuts. 17 district police officer spotted the carat 13th and katherine. the driver was arrested and faces charges. the victim is being treated at
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hanheman university hospital. police in haverford, delaware county are looking for a killer and released clear surveillance photos of a man wanted for questioning. the victim in the case appears to be the tarring of a murder. >> reporter: new images captured on surveillance video the moments after deadly shooting, a pizza surveillance video captured these photos, police want information from this man. the victim was found shot outside a friend's apartment in the 2300 block of haverford road. >> the victim was laying in the doorway of the apartment building. his friend was doing medical cpr on him. a short time later he was pronounced dead. >> reporter: the neighbor said
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she heard shots. >> she was walking her dog and heard bang bang. >> reporter: haverford police are investigating. they towed a vehicle from the scene. the victim's friends' told authorities the victim was coming from playing tennis. the victim left the pizza shop after picking up an order, when he exits the man is walking several feet ahead of him. investigators don't know what happened after the two walked out of that shop. the next time they see the man in the red hoodie on camera is when he is running away. >> and detectives with the delaware county district attorney's office is looking for any information. if you have any information contact them (610)565-6100. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> if you're just waking up with us, happening today a record-number of bike riders
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will take part in the tour de shore. 2500 people will make the 65-mile ride from the irish pub in center city across the ben franklin bridge to atlantic city. the bridge will be closed from 6:30 until 8:00. take note. the tour de shore began at the irish pub at 20th anticipate walnut street at 7:00 raising money for fallen police officers families and children in the area. the eagles are holding a free practice, it is your first chance to see the team in person that practice begins 10:00 a.m. head house plaza and the interim stadium gates open at 8:30 a.m. it is military appreciation day which is an opportunity to thank our veterans while you watch the
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eagles prepare for the preseason opener, which is in two weeks. go out and have fun, remember it is free. it starts at 10:00. enjoy. >> rallies to support the affordable care act were held across the country this week. president trump is making threats against it. trump launched a tirade of tweets one day after the failure to repeal the healthcare law. threatening to end payment to insurance companies. if a few bill is not passed quickly bailouts for insurance companies and congress will end soon. many house republicans say it is time to reach across the aisle for support. >> i think we have to work in a
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bipartisan capacity. >> i would encourage our democratic colleagues to come to the table. >> there's a great opportunity to enter into a bipartisan discussion on healthcare reform. >> no democrats voted for the gop bill. president donald trump is demanding another vote. at 10:30 a.m., secretary of health anne human services tom price face questions. plus new sanctions against russia that president trump is approving. we've learned two people have been killed and four seriously injured in the nightclub shooting in the german city of constance. the gunman was shot and later died at the hospital. the motive for the shooting remains unclear, but they say they have ruled out a terror attack. that shooting is under investigation. police brief four men in
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australia tried to blow up a plane. security is being increased at australian airports. abc's brad milky with the latest. >> reporter: australian okay woke up with police conducting raids in five places around sydney. >> there's been a terror investigation to disrupt a terror plot to bring down an airplane. >> >> reporter: the raids are on going, four men have been arrested. an australian tv station that 40 riot squad officers wearing gas masked stormed the house before an explosives team found suspicious device. >> there were people screaming and yelling at each other. >> reporter: officials did not release specifics on the time and location of the alleged plot. >> it's islamic inspired terrorism.
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>> reporter: increased security measures are in effect at all australian airports. police say so far none of the suspects have been charge. brad milky, abc news, new york. >> tomorrow is the last day three j.c. penny stores will be open for business. the company announced back in mar it was closing 140 stores. it is due to in part because of online shopping. king of prussia, philadelphia mills and willow grove park. 5,000 employees will lose their jobs saturday liquidation sales are take i go place at the stores right now. much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. fire takes over a concert stage sending 20,000 fans running for safety. this morning we're learning the possible cause. a lightning strike in florida killed a young song writer and producer from philadelphia. his heartbroken friends pay tribute. what happened at the
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grocery check out is a viral hit and inspiration. we'll explain. >> reporter: what a day can yout a day coming up. some of the temperatures for today are normal for september. that weather won't last too long, we have warmer temperatures coming up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i'll let you know when they arrive when we come right back. ♪ we buy any car ♪ any make, any model, any age, any price ♪ ♪ from 50 bucks to 100 grand ♪ we buy any car ♪ any, any, any, any at, the gimmicks stop with our ads.
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♪ find out how much your car's worth ♪ >> so glad you stayed with us, a technical malfunction is being looked at as a cause of a huge
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concert fire in spain. thousands ran from the flames in barcelona. witnesses say thick flames and smoke engulfed the stage in a matter of minutes. the stage caught fire due to a technical malfunction, but firefighters have not called it the official call. no serious injuries were reported. this morning people at the shore cleaning up after the area was hit by heavy rain and flooding yesterday. the action cam was in longport yesterday, the storm brought enough rain to submerge streets and stall several cars. most of the floodwaters started to recede by late saturday morning, good news no injuries were reported. >> i love this unseasonable cool weather, i walked outside and walk back inside and grabbed a jacket. >> reporter: no kidding it's chilly. >> i love it. >> i do, too.
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>> reporter: let's go live on sky6 live hd, philadelphia international airport, we'll see clear skies over the next few days, we have a slow-moving area of high pressure that will strolling through the mid atlantic states over the next few days that will bring nice, quiet conditions to the region. satellite and radar there's the storm pulling away taking all the clouds and leftover showers along with it here, as high pressure buildings in from the west, things will quiet down and rather nicely. nice and sunny conditions out there today, dry overall pattern. we will heat things up by tuesday, tuesday we'll be up to 90. humidity levels, dewpoints in the mid 60s, not oppressive. there's storm chances by the end of the week. over the next several days it will be nice and quiet. dewpoint in the comfort zone down to 50.
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wind out of the north at 5 miles per hour. the pressure is rising. temperatures around the region. 55 degrees that's it in allentown. 51 in the poconos, 62 for philadelphia. millville, 58. wilmington, 58. and dover checking in at 60 degrees, now our dewpoint temperatures, remember all these numbers were stuck in the 70s for days and days, now we're seeing 40s and 50s this is all dry air, comfortable air that we're seeing moving into the region. millville, 54, allentown, 50, the poconos, 54. that's the dewpoint. tomorrow we'll see 50s, stretching that into tuesday. we'll stay in the comfort zone over the next few days. tuesday and wednesday it starts to warm up, but the dewpoints are in the mid 60s, we can handle that, that's not too bad. high pressure in control, wall-to-wall blue skies, lots of sunshine. monday same thing may be we
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introduce more in the way of clouds. tuesday, mostly sunny, wednesday, mostly sunny, thursday starts out mostly sunny, maybe clouds by afternoon, you get the idea, nice quiet pattern, 83 degrees is the forecasted high, with the breeze out of the north 10 to 15 miles per hour that will usher in the drier air from canada. as we go hour by hour, really it doesn't matter where you have outdoor plans, 11:00 a.m., 78. 1:00 p.m., 81. 4:00 p.m., 83 that's the forecasted high today, 7:00 p.m., 78 degrees with more sunshine. poconos it's delightful up there. this is race weekend, the weather is bed and -- perfect. this is a much better day no cloud cover no rain, sunny and breezy, high of 79. the only issue right here, high risk of rip currents make sure you're swimming on guarded
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beaches. another thing to note here, we've eliminated the heat wave, we're not expecting a heat wave now. sunny and beautiful 83. sunny and warm, 87. sunshine, tuesday, 90 degrees, sunny on wednesday, 91, thursday, 88 degrees, humid and thunderstorms arrive friday, 87. >> a 320-foot long vessel that used to shuttle passengers between delaware and new jersey will be sold and turned into an artificial reef. it will create habitat for sea life and boaters and scuba divers. some of the ship's equipment and electronics will be removed so they can be we sold.
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>> here's an interesting way to impact the flavor of whiskey. how about playing some music. that's what's happening in a distillery in california. it's moves in and out of the wood as the oak expanse and contracts in warm and cool weather. >> how can we get the intersection between the liquidity and the wood itself behaving in a different way. >> workers say their musical
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concoctions beat out other whiskeys. the play list, michael jackson is beating into one barrel all the time. a man's act of kindness is going viral. a woman came through his walmart line, saying she was a forrester parent had a crazy day with the kids. that line was piling up. for some reason are the federal program that helps low income mothers were not included including, baby formula. >> i swiped it and instantly
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she started bawling her eyes out. >> great act of kindness. the bill he paid was $60 which was one day's pay for him. he hopes his story will inspire others to lend a helping hand. we're back after this. >>joe: hi.this is pennsylvania state treasurer
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6:24 a.m., sunday morning, sports now, the eagles get a scare at training camp. the phillies and braves game comes down to a dramatic finish. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: eagles wide receiver, jeffrey downplays the play that left him on the
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ground, he briefly left the drill with a shoulder injury, but he returned saying he is fine, good news. nick foles did not practice because of elbow surgery. no word on how much time he'll miss. carson wentz hitting all his targets to perfection yesterday, he didn't miss a single throw, just ask his coach. >> today was a good day for the offense, i mean, we had a few snafus here and there, but it was a good day. in the past game in particular we cued it well. it's only one practice i'm not going to get too excited. >> normally in training camp the offense is behind a little bit, but today it was a good building block for the offense. >> reporter: that has to sound good for jeffrey lauri, the
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eagles will be at the linc today at 10:00 a.m. for the first open practice to the public. the guys cannot wait to play in front of the eagles fans. >> i'll counting on the fans to spend time with them. sign autographs, football is football, whether we're out here playing with one person or out in the link with 70,000 people. we need to sharp. we play the redskins at fedex field that's a big thing. that's what i am worried about. >> reporter: phillies have scored 23 runs in the last three games. down 3-1 we pick it up in the 8th. altier drives in another rbi single. little bull comes up big, flip the bat all you want, game-tieing homer, 3-3. it stays that way until the
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11th. bases loaded 2 outs, kelly breaks up the tie, phillies win 4-3. his first walk off hit of his career. the phillies winning again. they have won seven of their last ten. >> that game tieing home run was outstanding and then we went to the tie breaker, old tie kelly, i had to use that. >> reporter: that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski, have a great day. an envelope player scored his -- an nfl player scored his biggest win off the field when he saved a man's life. he noticed a man frantically running. a woman realized the man was choking. she tried the heimlich and when that didn't work, freeman rushed in himself.
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he dislodged the food. freeman has never given the heimlich before only knew what to do because his mother is a nurse. we'll be right back. ♪ ditching the cover-up for good? that's cool. showing off my arms? that's cool. being comfortable without a shirt? that's cool. getting the body you want without surgery, needles, or downtime? that's coolsculpting.
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lightening strike in florida. philadelphia police commissioner, richard ross responds to a comment by president donald trump about how he thinks police should be tougher when making arrests. looking live right now at the ben franklin bridge, a beautiful shot, the tour de shore charity bike ride is happening today, thousands of riders are making their way across the bridge and down to atlantic city. the bridge is closing right now and will not be open until 8:00 a.m. let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. if you're heading out for a bike ride, you better grab a sweater or jacket. >> reporter: i don't know about a sweater, but certainly a light sleeve. temperatures are in the 50s at this point. coming off the upper 80s and high humidity levels it feels chilly. i was talking about this yesterday, when we look at the actual numbers, the numbers have
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not been all that bad, they have been at normal or slightly below, the human has been unbearable. thursday, extremely humid, 82. friday, humid, 87. yesterday felt better on the back edge of the departing storm 79 and the humidity levels dropped down in the afternoon. we're seeing comfortably cool conditions, 354 in pottstown. quakertown, 54. center city, bottoming out at 62. glassboro, 67. gandys beach 61 degrees, if you're getting ready to do fishing on the delaware bay, you'll need a light sleeve. breezy in brigantine, tuckahoe, 58. out in blueberry country, 58 degrees, satellite and radar along with action radar. there goes the storm, yesterday's coastal system pulling away moving north eastward in the canadian maritimes. mostly sunny skies that's the call from accuweather today, tomorrow, tuesday and wednesday,
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we'll call it pleasant this afternoon with a high of 83. next chance of measurable rain, look at this, it isn't until friday, that's about a 40% chance of pop up afternoon showers and thunderstorms. if you like the weather pattern nice and quiet this is your week my friends, i'll be back in just a few minutes and focus on the thunderstorms by the end of the week in the exclusive accuweather forecast. nydia? >> larges will be released today on a florida beach with the life of a philadelphia musician came to an abrupt end. he was struck by lightning outside with friends. >> he is such an amazing man, maybe that's why god took him from us. >> reporter: these are pictures of lamar rayfield. his friends said they were taking them friday morning visiting the beach. friday evening they went back right before 5:30 p.m. when showers and lightning started.
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they thought they were safe because they were not in the water. >> i seen it go right through him, the sparks came out, got him, they both at the same time collapsed and of course they got me, too. >> reporter: he stayed conscious, but the others collapsed after being struck by lightning. he got back you mean and didn't remember what happened. >> when i came back too, i remember i asked what went on, you got hit by lightning. >> reporter: an off duty lifeguard and good samaritan tried to revive rayfield with pc -- cpr. today they listened to his 0 music and wore batman shirts in
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his memory. they are speaking out and hope that others will take it serious ly when they see lightning. >> when you see lightning go home. >> reporter: sarah bloomquist channel 6 "action news." >> philadelphia's top cop is taking issue with the comment made by president trump friday while speaking in new york. he pledged to destroy the violent ms-13 street gang. he suggested to an audience filled with law enforcement it is okay to be rough with suspects. >> you see them thrown in, rough, i said please don't be too nice, like when you put somebody in the car you protect their head the way you put your hand over, don't hit their head, they just killed somebody, i said you can take your hand
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away. >> richard ross tweeted our department does not condone the treatment of prisoners, we will treat arrested persons with respect and dignity. we have more on the shakeup at the white house after president trump replaced reince priebus with homeland secretary john kelly. some are encouraging the jeff sessions to the vacant top spot of homeland security. such a move would allow trump to bring in a new attorney general to oversea the russian investigation. making sessions head of homeland security would be a quote bad idea. united states flew two supersonic bomber it is over the korean -- bombers over the korean peninsula after the test
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of another ballistic missile. a day after north korea's test, president trump condemned china for not reigning in kim jong-un and the missile program. 6abc and broadcast pat in hers will host two republican debates this fall. the debate will start at 7:00 p.m. at the new jersey performing arts center in newark you'll be able to watch it live on 6abc. a camden family is preparing to bury a 4-year-old girl who was killed in a fast-moving fire we told you about yesterday morning. >> reporter: this morning we're hearing from the young victim's grandmother. four children and two adults escaped the fire, but the 4-year-old died as fire burned through the home. her grandmother tried to find the words to best describe that little girl. >> such a young age, so much
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life out of her, it's hard on all of us. >> the other people that evacuated the home were taken to cooper medical center to be treated. the family lost everything in the house fire. a neighbor's home was damaged in the fire, the red cross is helping the victims. 73-year-old new york man is fighting for his life after a package containing a bomb exploded outside the home. authorities are looking for those responsible. cell phone video shows the building's landlord on the ground after the package exploded. moments later he was burned by the flames. >> i saw a man laying in the grassy was on his knees, he was on fire. flames engulfed his whole side. >> the family said they lived at the home, they saw the package, but because it wasn't addressed to them, they left it outside. >> dozens of students in camden protested the planned demolition
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of their school. >> if we don't get it shut it down. >> reporter: many say their voice voices have not been heard when it comes to saving 101-year-old camden high school. it will be torn down in october and replaced with a 133 million-dollar campus. preservation groups filed the lawsuit to try to stop the demolition. still much more to come on "action news," riding in style, classic cars are the star of the show in a montgomery county community. also ahead. >> reporter: fishermen from the trenton area real in the biggest shark ever caught off coast of new jersey. i'm nora muchanic at the shore. >> outside we go to this beautiful shot after camden. let me tell you if you have not
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been outside, i will tell you you can wear a light jacket or a sweater. meteorologist chris sowers will update you on the forecast when i come right back. fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. and with the new fios gigabit connection... you get our fastest... internet ever. with download speeds up to 940 megs - 20 times faster than most people have. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone for $79.99 a month online for the first year. plus hbo for one year and multi-room dvr service for two years, all with a two-year agreement. and switching has never been easier.
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in philadelphia, in as little as 24 hours. learn more at the air from a wildfire burning in northern california this weekend, two homes were evacuated from the town of james town where a 600-acre fire is burning. it is 30% contained. taiwan's first typhoon of the year leaves 31 people
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injured, now the island braces for a second tropical storm. the typhoon made landfall with gusts of winds over 100 miles per hour. the howling winds hit people with flying glass and toppled motor scooters and utility trucks. another tropical storm is due to reach the area later tonight. 6:42 a.m., time for accuweather feeling a little bit more like fall than summer, right? >> reporter: it does, when you look at the last couple of days, the coastal storm we had. you don't see that in summer, it's kind of odd misplaced. >> i like it. >> reporter: i do, i joan -- i enjoy this, i'm tired of the heat and humidity. looking live in wilmington, we're waking up to a ton of sunshine. no haze because there's no humidity in the air. lots of sunshine and gentle breeze and temperatures in the
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50s west of philadelphia this morning. temperature-wise, 83 degrees that's where we top things out later on. the normal 87. another day of below seasonal averages. started out at 62, the normal 69. we've predictedgree days. by the time we get into tuesday and wednesday we'll be talking about low to mid 90-degree temperatures. 55 in allentown anne reading. poconos, 51. trenton, 95. millville, 58. 62 in philadelphia. 65 in cape may. if this kind of pattern set up in january or february we would be talking about a cold shot from canada. with that said all the heat will blast the high plains and the
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heartland of the nation, they will be talking about highs in the 90s and close to 100 degrees. maybe triple digit feels-like temperatures. we're on the cool side of things. you can see the trough hanging out on the eastern side of the united states. think of the seesaw nice and cool here, nice and hot out there. we'll take it. i'll not show you the future tracker, because there's nothing to show. we're talking about stunning conditions. reading, 85. allentown, 84. trenton be 81. right there along the shore, 79 degrees in cape may. sea isle city, avalon, all the shorepoints, boards in atlantic city, 79. dover, 80. wilmington, 81. getting up toward lakehurst 81 degrees.
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poconos big race today, the main event, lots of sunshine and bright blue, low humidity levels, 75. the jersey shore, perfect beach day, a gentle breeze enough to keep the green heads away. beach haven, 78 degrees. ocean city, 78 degrees, sunny and breezy. sea isle city, 78. delaware beaches, 80. cape may, 79. the only issue is the high risk of rip currents. make sure you're swimming on guarded beaches. you don't want to get trapped in a rip current it will pull you out to sea. note we do not have a heat wave i've lord thursday's temperature from 90 to 88. sunny and beautiful today, 83. monday, warmer, 87. tuesday, hotter, lots of sunshine, the humidity levels are nice and low, that's a comfortable 90. wednesday, humidity creeps up a
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little bit, but manageable, 91. thursday, sun and clouds, 88. friday, 87 degrees, saturday looks dreary, 84 to start the weekend. another huge cool shot of air comes in here next weekend, we could be doing it all over again. >> we love it. >> several guys won't forget their first deep sea fishing adventure off the shore. they reeled in 900 pounds, but the catch is not getting in the record books. nora muchanic has more. >> reporter: at a whopping 926 pounds this mac -- mako charcoal is the biggest shark caught in new jersey. on an overnight fishing trip, they snagged the 12-foot long giant, but reeling it in is a
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fight. >> i said somebody has to take the rod i can't hold it. >> it was huge, i go scuba diving, i swam with sharks and never seen anything that big. >> we saw it for an hour and it took an hour and a half to get that on the boat. >> reporter: the fishing rod snapped at the top during the battle to land the giant fish. it took everyone on board to haul the money store on the boat. >> by the time we reeled it in, i shattered shaking, once i saw it we knew it was a shark it was unbelievable. >> reporter: in order to quaff for an facial state record, the rule is unonly one person can real the fish in, it's not the product of teamwork. >> we know that we caught the biggest shark ever in new jersey. we know that we broke state record.
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>> reporter: the giant shark has been fileted into 400 pounds of meat and it won't go to waste. >> reporter: they have a giant fish tale to tell they caught the biggest shark in new jersey on their first-ever try at deep sea fishing. nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." pay an average of $990 dollars more. so don't trade in... sell it.... to we buy any car. learn more and get your free online valuation now at we buy any car dot com ♪ find out how much your car is worth at ♪ with some big news about type 2 diabetes. you have type 2 diabetes, right? yes. so let me ask you this... how does diabetes affect your heart?
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>> wouldn't hurt anybody. >> reporter: on tuesday, july 26, 2016. herbert was at his cousin's house on truman's street in bristol. at 9:00 p.m. he called him. >> he called meander 9:00 p.m. and told me someone tried to rob him and put a gun to him. >> reporter: little did travis know 4 hours later herbert would be killed. >> he received a phone call when he walked outside. they heard two gunshots. >> reporter: police found the 38-year-old dead on the sidewalk. >> he was murdered on his birthday, the 27th was his birthday. >> reporter: the citizens crime commission is offering a 1,000-dollar reward for the conviction and arrest of the person responsible. call 215-546-tips. all calls remain anonymous. >> for him to be the person that he was, like i said wouldn't hurt anyone, for
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someone to do this to him, our family, his children, i feel deserve justice. >> reporter: for crime fighters, i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> a road sign in new hampshire is causing controversy. this is the newly posted sign in manchester new hampshire. it reads your generosity could lead to a fatality please donate to a local charity. it's to stop drivers to giving money to panhandlers who may go for drugs. some say it assumes that everybody is an addict. >> the large majority of the population are feeding an addiction or mental illness, if you give them five dollars, could lead to a fatal overdose. i'm sure that's not what the
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person is giving would really want. >> chief said 6 panhandlers overdosed in the first 6 months of this year. he said the money could be used by charity organizations to help others. harrison hot was home with his dad and siblings last saturday. the father put the lawnmower back in the barn, he told his son to call 911. he does that and more, he grabbed his baby sister and carried her to an oak tree to the front yard. >> he has a phoneny hand and the baby in the other, and chatting to 911. the tree was a designated meeting place for the family for
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>> welcome back it is a great day for a bike ride, look at all the folks gathered on the action cam live in center city for the tour de shore which starts right here and these folks pedal their way to atlantic citiment beware the ben franklin bridge is closed right now as a result of the tour de shore, it will reopen at 8:00 a.m. karlovers took a drive -- car lovers took a drive down memory lane, old school fanatics
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lined york road. this was the 25th anniversary of the show. a newlywed couple did not want to have a cake and eat it, too, their stress soothing alternative coming up. >> perhaps the sixers will want to start scouting this guy. >> and he keeps going and going, that's 2-year-old calvin shannon of ohio making shot after shot. his dad says he loves basketball and gets his inspiration from the movie face jam from michael jordon. calvin lives in the same town as ohio state, just perhaps the buckeyes will keep their eye on him. >> a california couple is getting attention for ditching tradition for their wedding. instead of a cake they had
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piñata. it took a while for the piñata to pop. when it did, the 200 guests were happy with the surprises inside. tell us what you think about this video. piñatas must be the thing, i was at a birthday they had a piñata. here's a look at the stories we're following for you, someone shot and killed a young man in a normally peaceful delaware county community, police have collected several clues as they look for the shooter. >> president donald trump issues a new warning in the battle over healthcare reform. >> plus, have you been outside, feels more like fall than summer, another complete update from chris sowers and accuweather when we see you after the break.
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he gets things done stevfor south jersey.o tell you don't believe him. because steve sweeney gets things done for himself, for the special interests who pay for his campaigns, and definitely for chris christie. but steve sweeney doesn't get things done for you. unless you count cutting education funding, raising the gas tax, and sending more of your tax dollars off to trenton instead of south jersey. if you're tired of typical politics, stop electing typical politicians like steve sweeney.
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hit-and-run on broad street injuries a man and there is a break in the case. >> a traffic alert to tell you about this morning, the ben franklin bridge is shutting down for the tour de shore bike ride. are you ready for football? the eagles are back at the linc this morning for a free practice for fans. a pleasant good morning to you, it is 7:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd take this live look -- taking this live look temple university camera


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