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>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell, tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ing. >> good morning. it is 6 o'clock on this tuesday june 13th and here's what's happening. >> closing statements are done in bill cosby's case is with the jury. they could be back with a verdict soon, perhaps as early as today. >> breaking news overseas. a german police officer is seriously wounded with her own weapon in a busy subway station. >> also, the heat wave continues. it's going to feel even hotter than it did over the last couple days and that is why the school district of philadelphia will be dismissing students at noon. that's also true for trenton. >> everyone needs to be prepared. let's join dave murphy and karen rogers. good morning. >> if you have plans to head out and maybe get some exercise again, now is the time to do it because it's going to be shooting up there heat-wise in a hurry. we have a heat advisory today. we did not have this yesterday
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because the humidity wasn't high enough but today the heat's high and the humidity is much higher than it was yesterday and so heat advisory kicking in at noon and going until 7:00. heat index values could be in the upper 90's even close to 100 as we go through the afternoon hours. we also have another code orange ozone action day. those of you in at risk categories want to limit your outdoor activity and exposure during the afternoon hours and the rest of us can help out by not filling the car until later this evening or maybe getting it done this morning o satellite shows you a decent amount of sunshine on the way early. there are a few fair weather cumulus clouds around. overall we expect things to cloud up a little bit more later this afternoon and this evening than they did yesterday. and your temperatures are starting out warm. we're at 73 degrees in philadelphia. as the sun still tries to build in. 69 in allentown, 72 in wilmington, 71 in cape may and the dewpoints are also higher. we're at 68 in philadelphia. yesterday it was the low 60's at this time and remember anything over 60 is considered humid. 68 starting to push toward that super uncomfortable zone.
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and as we take a look at temperatures today, we'll be at 93 by noon and your high today is 96 degrees at 3 o'clock this afternoon. if we hit that that will be a new record high for this date. karen, things do get better tomorrow. i'll have that story in the seven day. for now, cool drinks again today. >> all right, dave. as we look outside live on the boulevard if you're about to head out tsis is the boulevard t witraffic headed towards the schuylki we do have a few accid the subu. treet at stokes roadn perkiomen. wereere are injuries. you may still see road at the f. hunting parknk avenue. let's go outside live on thees g good. westun the haze out there but light volume at tam. ury in the bill cosby trial will be back toelrs
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yesterday and had some deposition. they could come back with today. "action news" reporter outside the montgomery county the latest on what's going on. good morning, jeanette.orning, tam. at one point in closing arguments the defense said to the jury, you hold all of this man's tomorrows in your hands. that's exactly what's at stake. the jury will return to the courthouse in just a matter of hours to begin what could possibly be another -- or the first full day t-rather, of deliberations. yesterday they had a question about bill cosby's own words in that decade old deposition. the prosecution made it whoer from the very beginning that... made it clear from the beginning that their most powerful weapon was bill cosby's own words found in a 2005 deposition testimony in which he calls the pills he'd given andrea constand his "friends." it was that section of the testimony that the jury
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warranted to hear again. the judge would only read the paragraph before and after. >> under oath in the civil deposition about his admission that he provides quaaludes or did to young women with the intention to have sex with them. >> they want to see how the conversation went, what led up to that, what she said to ask him -- for him to give her three pills, she claimed that she was having trouble sleeping, that she was under a lot of stress. >> reporter: after a week filled with emotional testimony and brutal cross-examination, bill cosby's fate is finally in the hands of a jury. deliberations continued today. the 79-year-old high profile sexual assault trial moved at lightning speed. monday the defense called just one witness, a cheltenham detective who was originally called by the prosecution. cosby chose not to take the stand. they rested their case after just six minutes. >> no matter what this d.a. or what this judge try to do to
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distort the truth, mr. cosby will prevail. i'm pretty sure those jurors, i have confidence that they see the truth. >> reporter: and the jury did have a second question again about the 2005 deposition that will likely be addressed at 8:30 morning before deliberations resume at 9 o'clock this morning. reporting live at the montgomery county courthouse in norristown, jeanette reyes channel6 "action news." >> all right, jeanette, thank you for that. and as soon as a verdict is reached we will alert you on the 6abc app and right now you can see a collection of photos and videos from the trial and read a time line of how we got here. >> ♪ >> breaking this morning from overseas, a man grabbed a german police officer's gun and opened fire shooting the officer in the head and injuring others. it happened at a munich subway station early this morning. police say the suspected gunman was seriously injured by gunfire and taken into custody. the female officer is fighting for her life. two bystanders have less
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serious injuries. police officials in germany have ruled out terrorism saying the gunman acted out of personal reasons. >> it is 6:06 and the remains of three soldiers killed in afghanistan have been returned home to the united states. last night there was a somber ceremony at dover air force base to honor these soldiers. vice president mike pence attended. the three soldiers were killed when an afghan soldier they were working to train turned on them over the weekend. the taliban has claimed responsibility. >> a review of the head lights on several suvs reveals that most do not provide enough illumination as you're heading down the road late at night. maribel aber is live at the nasdaq in times square with our market watch report. good morning, maribel. >> reporter: hey, good morning, matt. just two of the 37 mid-size suvs on the road have been judged to have good headlights. the volvo xt60 and hyundai santa fe were ranked the best by the insurance institute for highway safety. poor performers infiniti qx60 lincoln mkc and ford explorer.
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part of the problem is their aim is off when installed by the manufacturer. stocks closed lower yesterday as weakness in technology shares dragged stocks lower. looks like futures pointing to a higher open. the federal reserve begins a two day meeting today. the fed is expected to raise interest rates when the meeting wraps up tomorrow. taco bell giving away tacos today. freebies are tied to last week's road win by the golden state warriors in cleveland. the steal a game steal a taco promotion is good between 2 o'clock and 6 o'clock taco bells nationwide. pick up one order of doritos locate companies tacos for free. matt i know ugg brown bag it but it's free taco day. >> maybe i can save it for another day. great idea. thanks maribel. delaware state senate set to vote on raising the state's minimum wage. the $8.25 would increase by two dollars over four years. today's vote comes after a similar measure stalled in the general assembly last year. the federal minimum wage is $7.25. >> david we've been telling people to drink water, wear
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cool clothing. >> yeah. >> really today is the day maybe just dump the water over your head. >> more so today because the humidity is higher today but things do get better tomorrow. we are dry as we take a look outside. we have sky6, there's the airport and the sunshine's beginning to build in. we're going to get plenty of sunshine early, a few more clouds later on in the day but no matter how you slice it, it is going to be on the hot humid and uncomfortable side. 73 degrees in the city, low 70's from wilmington up to trenton. still 69 in allentown. 68 in millville and 71 in cape may. there's the cloud cover on satellite. you can see how there's not a whole lot of it in place right now. get at the shades ready early. eventually some of the clouds from the south and north are going to sandwich us a little bit and we'll see a little bit more cloud cover later in the day. it looks like it's going to be sun mixing with clouds and hot and humid across the region. in the lehigh valley getting up to 94 degrees and by the way, some more records may fall. we had a few of them fall yesterday and it's going to be
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that kind of scenario again today. down the shore 86 degrees around atlantic city and brigantine, sun and clouds, warm, humid, maybe a few degrees cooler down the coast in cape may. humid everywhere, though, and probably even more humid as you go farther down the coast again today and in philadelphia we're going for a high of 96. that will be a new record highly in philadelphia if we hit it. the old record 95. sun mixing with some increasing clouds, hot on sticky today and pretty uncomfortable t how's it going feel? with dewpoints ranging between 65 and 70 definitely on the humid side maybe even a little oppressive at times this afternoon particularly the farther south you go through the region and today is another one of those days where you really want to hydrate, cool drinks important, water's about the best thing or a sports drink and ac and the fans on indoors. especially if you're among the senior citizen population. today is one of those dangerous days so make sure you hydrate and keep the fans and ac going. 74 is the overnight low, some clouds. there could be a spotty pop-up thunderstorm particularly up
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in the poconos and the lehigh valley as a front drops through and then tomorrow the front's to our south o-the humidity is down and so is the temperature t it will still be warm with a high of 85 but the heat wave will be over aren't it will be a day where we start to transition into better weather. 96 today, hot and humid, record heat on tap. a late day or night time thunderstorm particularly up north. and then tomorrow not as hot with a high of 85, nor as humid nice timing, too as we've got the union and phillies back playing locally so it will be more comfortable for fans. my a spotty shower wednesday morning. thursday looks nice, 78, partly sunny, beautiful and then friday more clouds, 76. there will be a spotty shower around but it's not a washout. then we're back into the 80's over the weekend. 84, clouds and sun on saturday, a spotty thunderstorm can't be ruled out again not a washout. and on father's day warm and muggy, 88 degrees the high. probably be in the low to mid 70's for the gary papa run in the morning. >> okay. thanks, david. >> 6t -- 6:10.
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>> the warriors would not collapse against the cavs again this year. see how the golden state took back the title. karen. >> schuylkill moving nicely. this is westbound traffic at city avenue. you know it's going to be more jammed isn't about a half hour so we'll check the travel times on all majors see how your ride is when we come back.
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hope for a lot more cloud cover than that because it's going to be a scorcher. it's 6:13 and 73 degrees. >> karen that sun is hiding behind the clouds saying i'm going get you today. [laughter] >> at least it's pretty. i got to say that was a pretty shot of the sunshine coming out there. let's look outside live here at 422. could be worse. we could be raining. that would give you a miserable morning ride. we're dry a little slow eastbound on 422 heading past oaks towards king of prussia but you look at the travel times and an easy six minutes in both directions so far. couple of accidents this morning. one in perkiomen on bridge street at seitz. another one at old york road at the fairway. outside on 95 looking nice and clear approaching cottman. really light volume here near allegheny we're getting an accident there, so watch for some slowing there. in fact as you look at the travel times, still overall even with an accident on:95 southbound it's only an 18 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine.
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schuylkill eastbound no problem. 42 looking good. as we go to the commuter traffic report there you can see on the waze app the reports of this accident on i-95 near allegheny. it's northbound as you're heading near allegheny and you see a picture there with an accident and crews on the scene. so, i-95 northbound near allegheny. let's go right now to the temperatures and show you that part of the story. it's going to heat up today. already warm at 71 in warminster, 73 right now in center city. we're looking at 74 in surf city, 75 in margate already, 72 in delran, 71 in smyrna, delaware and today will be official. our heat wave second of the season. sunday we hit 94, yesterday 94, today's high 96. that would be ard are. it's going to be hotter and more humid than it has been the past couple days. hang in there today, tam. >> okay, thank you, karen. this is developing overseas. at least 10 people are missing after you can see that it's just rubble this building collapsed in kenya. crews in nairobi are combing through that rubble searching for survivors.
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the housing is in high demand in this capitol city and many developers often build shoddy buildings. they ignore codes and regulation and sometimes this is what happens. new information in the search for four escaped prisoners in oklahoma. police say they have recovered the getom the prison. two of the truck as police began to jeremy irving one of the escapees is aon scapees gott out through an out sthe vent is now blocked of. >> golden sedemption over the cleveland cike a mosh pit outside the 129-120 win. warrio. the warriors lost lastavs. lebron james made history he was the first nba
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average a triple-double in the health check a lot of menusthe e tell you migewitch. david. >> all right, guys, dress the kids in shorts and t's not only on the way to school but definitely on the way home. a heat advisory in that effect. i'll have your 12-hour forecast coming up next. >> in today's tech bytes, sony's big day at the e3 gaming convention. >> the company showed off a nine minute trailer for its upcoming spider-man game for play station four which comes out next year but today it's nintendo's turn to show off its new releases. >> mcdonald's turning to snapchat to find the quarter million summer workers it needs. >> it's calling it snap-ications. they click on a link and file an application. which emojis we like to use varies by state. >> the smiling face with heart eyes was a favorite in most states but in new york we seem
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to prefer the see no evil monkey. >> nevada, oklahoma, west virginia and iowa, the favorite is the poop emoji. >> i'm surprised that wasn't more popular. >> i don't know what that says. >> those are your tech bytes. >> have a great day. >> ♪
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and that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. ♪ >> what's up everybody it's shoshana at soul beats studio with "action news" fitness tip. summer time and we're getting the heart rate up and working every muscle. grab a set of weights come down to the floor with me drop it into a plank. give me a one on row on the right, then the left, then hop those legs up and go into a jump and come back down and hop it back out and row and row and jump. your heart rate is going to get up and you are going to be
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sweating. i want you to do 20 and don't stop until you feel that burn. >> i wish you were live in the studio in the morning. >> she's great. >> she was about a month and a half ago. >> i know but every morning i think i would feel up a little bit. >> let's take a look right now at the big picture. i've got say traffic is not so bad here. i-95 southbound just had a live update currently 20 miles an hour near girard. even northbound is a little slow in that area because of an accident near allegheny. also the schuylkill westbound 40 miles an hour maybe a touch slow near belmont. everything with mass transit on time as well dave. >> aunt karen its a warm one out there this morning and a hot one this afternoon. 93 degrees by noon. accuweather says 96 is your high at 3 o'clock. if we hit that it will be a new record high in philadelphia. keep in mind there's a heat advisory because the humidity is a lot higher today and we expect heat index values in the neighborhood of 100 this afternoon. that means those heat tips are important today.
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seek out air conditioning take shady breaks and senior citizens keep hydrated and keep the ac on orphans with cranked window. check on your pets as well and be car full on dogs on the sidewalk tam. sidewalk can be hat for their paws. >> absolutely. we know that french fries are an unhealthy treat but could eating them on the regular send you to an early grave. a new study just came out in the american journal of clinical nutrition. the study found people who ate fried potatoes like french friday fries hash browns more than twice a week more than doubled their risk of death. researchers did not however find an increased risk when the potatoes were not fried. i guess you can have them mashed or roasted but not fried. good reminder to be aware of how much fried food you're eating and how often. >> some people finding rodents gnawing away under the hoods of their bills. wendy saltzman has a preview
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of her special report tonight. >> reporter: critics say these car parts are supposed to be environmentally friendly but instead it's giving rats and rodents something to chew on. >> i don't even think there was anything left. everything was eaten. >> reporter: why this costly and potentially dangerous problem isn't covered under most warranties. >> it can be a life safety hazard. >> reporter: details of a class action lawsuit that is trying to get car manufacturers to pay up. >> it's a design defect which has affected a lot of people and cost a lot of people a lot of money. >> reporter: plus the experts show us what you can do right now to protect your vehicle only on "action news" tonight at 11:00. >> ♪
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>> a suspected rapist and kidnapper took police in tennessee on an unusual chase. the suspect james perkins knopped a backhoe and barreled down several roads. he eventually got out and ran into the wads and he managed to elude police for a bit. an accomplice who was not in the backhoe was caught earlier. >> we have seen plenty of cases where delivery drivers and dogs don't get along. that was not the case here in louisiana. a woman took this video of her three dogs and how they have formed a strong bond with delivery driver donyell kid. video of him taking selfies with the dogs has been viewed more than a million times on facebook. the phillies selected a position player in the first round of the mlb draft for the first time in 17 years. virginia outfielder adam
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hazily led the acc in batting average this season and hit 14 home runs. the big league club could use his bat right now. the phillies wasted a four run early lead in boston losing six to five in 11 innings. phillies have lost 10 of their last 12 games at fenway park. >> 6:27 now. several school districts are dismissing due to the extreme heat. we've got the list for you up next. >> storm chasers are there as a tornado chews up a house and then spits it right back out. dramatic new video just coming into the news room. >> ♪ pause pro tip: giant has great prices on produce.
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prepare for a third straight day in the 90s, the
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heat and humidity is forcing the school district of philadelphia to dismiss the noon. >> good morning, 6:30 a.m., june 13. let's get weather and traffic with karen rogers and david murphy good morning. >> reporter: we're starting out on the muggy side. for that reason a heat advisory has been posted by the national weather service. we didn't get one yesterday, today we've got it. it kicks in at noon, heat index values could get into the upper 90s before we're done this afternoon. it's another code orange ozone-action day, so those of you in sensitive groups might want to limit your exposure this afternoon. satellite and radar shows sunshine getting ready to pour in, we're getting it up over the horizon. there will be clouds welling up this afternoon, but for now starting out sunny.
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72 degrees warm and muggy. 72 in wilmington, 69 in allentown. upper 60s in millville. yesterday we are in the low to mid 60s and now low -- upper 60s across reporting station, very stick i can't this morning and staying that way through the afternoon. speaking of which it is a hot one ahead. 77 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 93 by noon this afternoon, 896 at 3:00 p.m., if we hit that, karen, it will be a new record in philadelphia beating the old record by one degree. things get better tomorrow more on that coming up in the seven day. what you got on roads? >> reporter: starting to slow down in the usual spots, i-95 southbound traffic heading toward center city. northbound at times we've seen slow traffic. we have an accident i-95 northbound at allegheny, 231 miles per hour leading towards it. it's not terrible.
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southbound you're seeing heavier delays. we have an accident in the suburbs eastwood street at dekalb in norristown. hunting park old york road at hunting park avenue. live on 42 it was a mess yesterday with people coming back from the shore you have an easier ride today. northbound ten minutes from the ac expressway to 295. >> the jury in the bill cosby trial returns for a second day for deliberations. before talks resume they want testimony from a 2005 deposition first. jeanette reyes is live at the montgomery county courthouse to set the scene for us. >> reporter: good morning, matt, in closing arguments, the closing arguments defense told the jury you hold this man's tomorrows in your hands.
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they want more of his deposition more than a decade old. after a week filled with emotional testimony and brutal cross examination, bill cosby's fate is in the hands of a jury. the 79-year-old's high profile trial moved at lightning speed. defense called one witness, cosby chose not to take the stand. they rested their case after 6 minutes. bill cosby had no comment as he left the montgomery courthouse, jury requested to get the full context behind his 2005 testimony in which he called the pills that he gave constan "friend." prosecution argued that the pills incapacitated 44-year-old
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constan. >> i thought it is great they are asking questions. >> the defense said there are too many inconsistencies in constan's statements including important dates that make herren incredible witness. >> we feel confident the inconsists -- inconsistencies are constant. >> even if they don't feel that constan testimony alone is enough to approve guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, mr. cosby's own words will. >> reporter: if bill cosby is convicted of the charges he
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faces he faces life behind bars, he turns 80 next month. >> developing overnight, a barrage of bullets injured a man and damaged a vehicle in norristown, montgomery county. police say more than 30 shots were fired on the 1,000 block of powell street around midnight. the victim was flown to the hospital. no word ons condition or any arrests in the shooting. new this morning, a pilot suffered minor injuries when his small plane skidded off the runway in new jersey. the plane ended up in the woods eagle town ocean county. preliminary hearing continues for the penn state fraternity brothers charged in the death of a pledge. two have agreed to go to trial. video from inside the fraternity
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house was played in court yesterday. it showed piazza being forced to drink alcohol before falling down the flight of steps in february. penn state banned the fraternity from campus. jeff session spent decades in the senate, but any college ial efforts will not be apparent. >> reporter: jeff session is in the hot seat, his comments close to president trump is getting a lot of attention. this morning the trump confidante making a stunning commission, chris ruddy of conservative news max president
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trump made order rod rosen stein to get rid of muller. the white house pushing back saying that's not the case and ruddy does not speak for the president. senior aids confirm he met with steve bannon yesterday. today attorney general jeff sessions forced to recuse himself from overseeing the russian investigation set to testify on capitol hill and nothing but the truth so help you god. sessions expected to take on allegations of purplingry -- perjury during his confirmation hearings and his role in the firing of fbi director james comey. last week comey told the same committee president trump asked sessions to clear the oval office. >> my sense was that the attorney general knew he should
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not be leaving balls he was lingering. >> reporter: trump asked him to drop the investigation into michael flynn. kenneth moten, abc news washington. >> thank you for that, 6abc and will bring you the sessions testimony live at 2:30 p.m. today. turn in to "action news" for brian taff's reports coming from washington, d.c. golden state warriors have won the nba championship for the second time in 3 years. some fans spilled out of the arena into the streets. most of the warriors orderly. kevin durant won the final mvm. the dangerous heat is causing the schools districts to let the kids out early today.
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at the senior center crews were repairing air-conditioning and getting ready for the heat wave. >> a lot of schools schools don't have air-conditioning. >> reporter: if you're a school official things get better over the next couple of days, you can afford it to skip it today. storm tracker 6 live showing we're dry, the blazing sun getting up there mixing with early clouds. we'll see a decent amount of sunshine through the majority of the day, we wind up with more cloud cover building this afternoon. temperature, 73 degrees, the dewpoint is the big number, it's up there today. up close to that 73-degree number where we start to talk about oppressive humidity. 68 is the pretty high number. there are spots looking at dewpoints of 70. winds are out of the west/southwest, they are calm, and not much a breeze this
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morning. not widespread significant cloud cover this morning. the big story today is the heat and humidity combining to make it uncomfortable. 80 by 8:00 a.m. 89 by 10:00 a.m., noon, 93 we're looking at a high of 96 in philadelphia, if we hit that it will be a record by one degree in the city and of course, the heat index values will be in the upper 90s with the higher humidity. mid 90s in reading, allentown and lancaster. down the shore, mid 80s, but humid as you walk back from the beach. the heat will be similar to yesterday, but the humidity will be higher and uncomfortable. we have a heat advisory from noon to 78:00 p.m. we have a pop-up shower or thunderstorm in the poconos and lehigh valley. in the overnight hours you'll
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hear a rumble of thunder in philadelphia. tomorrow, the humidity drops, temperatures drops, it's a high of 85. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 965 potential record setter it will beat the old record of 95 if we hit it. not as hot tomorrow, lower humidity, 85, nice timing in that the union and phillies are back at home. thursday, partly sunny, 78. looks like we'll get to 76 on friday, more clouds building in. spotty showers possible a rumble of thunder. 84 on saturday, clouds and sun, a spotty thunderstorm. father's day, warm and humid, 88 we'll be in the mid 70s tomorrow morning for the gary papa run. warm and humid on monday. science fiction to the
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rescue how the "hunger games" helped a young girl save her friend's life. former nba star dennis rodman is paying another visit to north korea right now. karen.
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sheered a part a home and warn in wyoming. storm chasers captured debris in the air. everybody is okay. storm chasers say the twister was on the ground for 20 minutes in the town of carpenter. thankfully the area is open
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lands. how is tuesday shaping up on the roads? >> reporter: it's not bad, slow traffic i-95 near cottman southbound traffic heavy from woodhaven to the vine. 32 minute jam on i-95, from academy to girard, you're kind of jammed up there. we had an accident on i-95 northbound that was creating slow speeds. that has cleared. northbound is moving fine, 5 miles per hour. southbound we're 17 miles per hour. we have appear accident that cleared at old york road at the fairway. it had been out there for a while in abington. it is gone, traffic is moving better. this eastwood street at dekalb street it's partially blocking the roadway. 32 minute jam on i-95, we have no accidents, the jam is southbound from woodhaven to the vine. schuylkill expressway 20 minute
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ride to the vine. 42 is starting to get slow 14 minutes from the ac expressway to 295. computer report we have an accident coming in johnny utah 81. i love these names. 422 eastbound near oaks an accident scene, a couple of people reporting that accident scene. temperatures, that's the story of the day. 73 degrees right now in ifed. storm tracker 6 live showed us we were dry, the high today, 96. so it's hotter and more importantly more humid than yesterday. it will feel closer to 100 today tam. >> this is new video of former nba star dennis rodman arriving in north korea. similar to past trips he made to the repressive state he will not meet with daind -- detained americans. a marijuana website is
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from "good morning america." >> robin roberts has their list, i know at the top of it a big day on capitol hill. good morning, robin. >> reporter: tam and matt, good morning to you, another hearing expected on capitol hill with attorney general jeff sessions set to testify, plus major questions right now after a friend of the president said that president trump is considering firing the special counsel, and former advisor to president trump newt gingrich will join us live in the studio to talk to george this morning. dennis rodman arriving in north korea this morning trying to open a door with this visit. our chief global affairs
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correspondents, mar that raddatz has the details. game five. nba finals, kevin durant with the first year with the warriors, m.v.p. we've an interview, did you see his mom pull him down with his goatee? i loved it when he called his mother the m.v.p. a few years ago. >> people love mom, too. >> reporter: he raised a good son there. i told you about this accident on 422, you can see it in this shot, they pushed it off, 422, 9 minute ride from oaks to 02. we had a longer delay it's a little better now. mass transit, no delays, yesterday we had a lot of
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delays, today you're good to go. >> reporter: we have shorts and ts on the kids on the way to school and the way home. noon, 93 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 96 that's the high today. there will be a record in philadelphia if we hit it. 7:00 p.m., 93 degrees, there's a heat add -- advisory from noon to 7:00 p.m. remember when you're out and about when you're doing errands, keep in mind the high of 96, keep in mind the high interior of the car can get up to 136. don't leave kids or pets in the car. these are photos from the connecticut department's facebook page saturday, they
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started their journey together with a ride they will never forget.
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>> welcome back, the jury begins deliberation in the bill cosby assault trial in norristown. cosby will not testify at the trial.
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somebody shot off 30 bullets overnight, a man was injured and his van was shot up. no arrests. the students will be dismissed early because of the heat wave all after school activities are canceled. they are doing this because of the heat. >> reporter: we have a problem in about her -- berlin, camden county toward medford, toward marlton. look at the number of emergency workers on 73 northbound, overall travel time showing we're slow in the area, i-95 a 33 minute jam from woodhaven to the vine. dave. >> reporter: 96 is the high, the heath index will be closer to 100. keep in mind there's a heat advisory in effect from noon to
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7:00 p.m. because of the heat and humidity combining today and we have an air quality issue because of the humidity, as well. if there's a verdict in the bill cosby trial we'll issue right here on 6abc and on facebook and twitter. i'm matt, for karen, dave and tam, "g.m.a." is next.
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good morning, america. attorney general jeff sessions in the hot seat facing a high stakes senate hearing. questions about his secret meetings with the russians and his role in firing james comey. now the startling headline from one of trump's closest friends. he says the president is considering firing robert mueller the man leading the russia investigation. breaking news, former nba star dennis rodman landing in north korea overnight during a period of high tension. his spokesperson saying he'll use his friendship with both trump and north korea's leader to, quote, open a door. how the state department is responding this morning. 30 tornadoes reported in the heartland. >> oh, no. >> this powerful twister leveling a house in seconds as a record-breaking heat wave scorches the country. new highs from the midwest t


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