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beautiful morning, feels like fall outside. >> we have a repeat of yesterday, chris sowers has more. >> reporter: that's right, guy, yesterday when we were jumping out of the pool it felt chilly with the breeze blowing. let's look at the temperatures around the region. poconos you were down in the 40s the last hour, now at 50 degrees. bethlehem, 54. pottstown showing a chilly, 54 degrees, coatsville, 59. kirkwood, 55. new holland 56. media. 60. it's milder south and east, but kind of chilly considering the time of year across south jersey and delaware, as well. smyrna, 60. gandys beach, 65. cinnaminson, checking in at 60. satellite and radar lots of clouds increasing to the west you can see western portions of the state of pennsylvania, you get into the ohio valley, the
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great lake states we have clouds getting ready to move in here. all that arrives on monday in the form of drenching thunderstorms once again. enjoy today, today is nice and quiet. things get very active for the beginning of the workweek. 76 degrees, look for a combination of sun and clouds. 1:00 p.m., 78. 4:00 p.m., 80 degrees. the call from accuweather for today is sun and clouds, pleasant high of 80. looking ahead, almost fall-like this afternoon, especially with the breeze it will feel chilly at times. heavy drenching thunderstorms possible tomorrow. the pattern turns nice and quiet by midweek. getting back to the thunderstorms, here's storm tracker 6 live, this is the storm that's heading this way, when i come back we'll time it out for you and have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> the search is on for a gunman who shot a 52-year-old
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man on his way from work. the victim got off the bus at 56th and market at 2:30 a.m. he was walking to the house when the shooter approached him shooting once into his chest. the victim managed to walk to his nearby home and call 911. the man is hospitalized with critical injuries. 7:03 a.m., 15 heart-stopping seconds that's some people are describing the turbulence that rattled them on a flight to philadelphia. ten people on board had to be taken to the hospital when the plane landed. trish hartman talked to passengers about the nerve wracking moments in the air. >> reporter: will listening to air control clearing american airlines flight 759 to land you would never know about the violent turbulence. passengers fresh off the flight said the turbulence lasted 15
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seconds as drinks were being served. >> it started shaking and took a drop. baby screaming people in front of us hitting the ceiling. there was a little bit of blood, they said it was turbulence, they said it wasn't on the radar. >> the plane dropped, a flight attendant, i think she was pushing the cart she was in the aisle and she fall over and the cart fall over her. >> reporter: officials say the plane landed saiferl -- safely at 3:10 p.m. ten crews were taken to hospital. that passenger's wife was tweeting about the experience. turbulence was so insane and unexpected a flight attendant dislocated her shoulder. they just handed out drinks, this plane i'm on is soaked, they will be hosing it out for
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hours. fire commissioner tweeted the response. several passengers we spoke with praised american airlines with the crew on board and the airline's response after it happened. the faa said it will be investigating the incident. reporting at philadelphia international airport, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> president donald trump is applauding a new round of economic sanctions against north korea the latest fallout from the recent nuclear test. he tweeted united nation security council voted 125-0 to sanction north korea. china and russia voted with us a big financial impact. china foreign minister called on all sides to go back to the bargaining table. u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson said he is willing to talk to north korea only if it retreats from maintaining
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nuclear weapons. this morning the cloud from the russian election meddling investigation continues to hang over the white house as president donald trump spends a few weeks away from washington. david wright is following the story. >> reporter: day one of the president's 17 day working vacation at his luxury golfer resort in new jersey, with the special counsel investigating russian meddling is apparently not taking a break. the new york times report that the essential counsel investigators requested documents from the white house related to former national security advisor michael flynn and question whether the turkey issue government secretly paid flynn for lobbying work. one of the russian officials flynn met with former ambassador defended flynn on a russian tv panel saying his talks with transparent focused on u.s.
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russian relations and never discussed punitive sanctions. while the president is away the construction workers start $3.5 million of the west wing. the oval office being refurbished the walls bare the floors will be refinished. buildings heating and air-conditioning is being replaced. white house officials say it made sense for the president to decamp for what's being called a working vacation. over the years, he did he -- denigrated barack obama for faking time off. this is trump's first full vacation, but he made 12 trips to own resorts 7 to florida and five to his golf course in new jersey. david wright abc news bedminster. the president denied he is on vacation, he said he is working in bedminster, new
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jersey as long planned construction is being done in the white house. president said this is not a vacation, meeting and calls, he is mixing in down time like this piece of video sent into "action news," you see the president posing in a golf attire for a selfie at a wedding reception. george stephanopoulos goes one on one with kellyanne conway counselor to the president. chris kunes will discuss issues related to the russian investigation. watch this week at 10:30. the eagles are back at the linc holding their last practice open to fans. the gates open in just a few hours. the practice begins at 10:00. it's slated to last two hours and you do not need a ticket to get in. the eagles kick off their schedule on thursday in green bay. coming up in sports, jeff skeverski tells you about a crash course for the eagles top draft pick this year. >> new this morning, two big
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>> flash floods swamp two big tourist cities. a bomber attacked a mosque in the midwest. >> the world's fasters man falls short in his farewell on the track. >> reporter: it's cool out there this morning with many locations stuck in the 50s. we have a couple of locations in the 50s first thing this morning. you can see in the next 6 hours we're climbing out of the of the 60s and 70s well below seasonal averages. how long does this nice weather last? i'll be along with accuweather and the answer.
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tried to pose for the cameras. that would be impassing, right. >> time for accuweather gorgeous. >> reporter: this is how summer would be, if there was no such thing as humidity. >> it would be perfect. >> reporter: if it could only stay this way for five or six days. you can see the flags blowing in the wind. it's a chilly breeze. yesterday when the front came through, the wind started to pick up and dry everything out. at times it felt cool and today it would be same thing. combination of sun and clouds, no humidity tout there, and temperatures shrug -- out there, and temperature struggle to reach 80 degrees. a very fall-like afternoon. 60 degrees in philadelphia, dewpoint 52, a nice low number. tomorrow, the number creeps up in the 60s and close to 70. tomorrow it is uncomfortable, but only for one day. barometer is holding steady.
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winds are light out north/northwest. temperatures for the most part, upper 50s north and west, low to mid 60s, south and east. philadelphia, 54. trenton, 60. 57 degrees in allentown. 58 in reading. satellite and radar behind me, a lot of cloud cover out there this morning, these are high, thin clouds, the sun shines right through that. it's a nice looking day overall. farther to the west, across the ohio and tennessee valley. the clouds get lower and thicker. there's a bigger system out here, the heartland of the nation, closing in on memphis north of dallas. that's our next weather maker gets in here at lunchtime, through the afternoon we're expecting rain and drenching downpours and hefty thunderstorms. future tracker 6, 3:00 p.m., nothing going on, temperature in the upper 70s at that point looking at a combination of sun and clouds, a nice gentle breeze out of the west/southwest. mainly cloudy south and east,
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drenching downpours, north and west. as we move along in the afternoon, coverage increasing. everybody gets in on the act after lunchtime. notice the reds and across that represents the driving rains, drenching downpours, right through 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. same thing. around midnight tuesday morning, everything will quiet down. tuesday is nice, similar to today, lowering humidity levels combination of sun and clouds. it's one day we have to monitor things closely for the possibility of gusty thunderstorms and possibility of flash flooding that would be monday. future tracker with the rainfall totals anywhere from half inch north and west, i think you'll get more than this, by the way, two perhaps as much as an inch and three-quarters south and east. i think a good number will be one to two, isolated amounts to 3. sun and clouds, pleasant 80 degrees is the forecasted
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high. winds are light out of the west/southwest 5 to 15 miles per hour. just enough to make things refreshing. sun and clouds, 11:00 a.m., 76. 1:00 p.m., 78. 4:00 p.m. there's the forecasted high of 80 degrees. the normal 87. nowhere near that. jersey shore, nice on the sands, it's a lands breeze, breeze at your back, ocean temperature, 71. sun and clouds today, 80 degrees, hefty thunderstorms tomorrow, 85. tuesday, looks nice, 80 degrees, wednesday, 84. chance for thunderstorm on friday, high in the low 80s. god smack live and toby keith are the headliners coming to musikfest in the lehigh valley this week. >> that is chicago, of course, rocking the stage in bethlehem last night.
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more than 500 performers are in town for musikfest and many of concerts at musikfest are free. it runs through next sunday. you can get all the details about musikfest at, find occupant about the performers scheduled to appear and how you can win tickets. i'll see you there next sunday. why visit great wolf lodge?
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building caused a fire yesterday morning in oregon. there were no reports of injuries and no word on a cause. your time, 720 in "healthcheck" weight should not be a major factor in deciding whether a person should have knee repair surgery. a team at ohio state university followed 400 patients who had a torn meniscusy repaired. doctors say repairing the knee makes sense for controlling future wait. >> trying to save the meniscus and save the cushion and prevent arthritic changes down the road for their knee could be beneficial. doctors hope the study will open
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seniors cut in half next year. don't believe the fake news from his wealthy donors. steve sweeney stands with chris christie, not with south jersey. back everyone, 723 sunday morning, looking at storm tracker 6 live we set it in motion for you, we're zoomed into the heartland of the nation. this is our next weather maker, near st. louis. look tall the cloud to ground lightning strikes. this will be over the lehigh valley in the next day. here's another look at it. nice day today, it gets stormy heading into tomorrow. forecast for today, get out and enjoy it. almost fall like.
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jersey shore, 79 combination of sun and clouds. we'll call it pleasant and breezy. the city of philadelphia, the normal is 90. we're topping out at 80. for the poconos it's a struggle to get into the 70s, sun and clouds, low humidity, 72. >> thank you for the update. in sports phillies and rockies play in colorado. the phillies are looking to snap a five game losing streak. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: well, well, what else is new, the phillies hit another rocky road. one of their best hitters play on the disabled list with a hamstring injury to add insult to injury the phils are beat up by the rockies. phillies starter, you need something stronger than water in your back pocket. 2-run single. the first four batters reach base. phils will fall behind 5-zip.
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he gives up three in the 3rd. he doesn't get out of the inning, charged with 8 runs. phillies lose 8-5. they have dropped five straight. aaron nola looks to stop the bleeding today in colorado. eagles back on the field at 10:00 a.m. their final open practice in training camp after having a day off. aaron barnett is going up against jason peters in practice. talk about a crash course in the nfl. peters is trying to help barnett develop another move to blow by offensive linemen. >> he works hard, he is a good listener, you show him something you see it on film. he is making progress. >> he is pushing me everyday to
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get better. it's a good feeling to go against one of the best. that will get me ready for season and game day and going up against one of the best ones, i'll see all year. >> so much for the eagles and cowboys hating each other. jerry jones said he loves eagles fans saying that during his hall of fame speech. inducted into the hall of fame he won three super bowls since 1989. you may hate jerry, but jerry loves you. >> the dallas cowboy fans are the great fans on earth. but i love giant fans, i love eagles fan, i love redskins fans. >> reporter: did he says he loves eagles fans. dallas fans won't like this, how about the union beating up on dallas fc for the first ever
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against that franchise. union winning 3-1. they pick up three crucial points in the standings. that is sports, i'm jeff skeverski, have a great day. >> i like this next story. roger lopez is paying it forward one haircut at a time. he gives free haircuts to the homeless once a month after he got through his own struggles. >> i have experience moments of being without being left out, not being able to provide for myself or my family, anyone is experiencing or they feel that's their story, i want to will let them know there's hopefully'. san antonio barrier did the same thing for lopez when he was down on his luck. now he is on his feet and giving people a chance to turn their own lives around, we'll be right
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>> reporter: perfect sleeping weather we had all the windows open, allowing the fresh air in, turning off the air-conditioning. can't wait to get that bill in the mail. gorgeous morning, this was sent in by sue in lewis, delaware. waiting for the ferry to swing on by here, a nice thin deck of cirrus clouds ups. a beautiful picture, a beautiful morning. it's crisp and cool. very, very nice out here. allentown, 57. 50 in the poconos. you were down to 48 first thing this morning. millville, 60. caip may, 71. -- cape may, 71. take a look at these numbers. dewpoint temperatures, 60 is humidity, 70 is awful. 50s comfortable. everybody down in the 50s, the cold front swept through yesterday pushed all the humidity out to sea. satellite and radar we'll see a
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mixture of sun and clouds out there today. you look toward the left-hand side fortunate screen, the clouds lower and thicken quickly here. that's in advance of the next system that arrives tomorrow. today, sun and clouds that's the call from accuweather nice day overall, 80 degrees is the forecasted high. 76 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 78 by 1:00. there's the 80 degrees by 4:00. that's a check of the forecast for now, i'll be back along in just a few minutes we'll talk about the storm system that's heading this way for monday. gray. >> okay be chris, thank you for the update. 7:31 a.m., police are searching for the driver who hit and killed a woman in center city. the 52-year-old victim was hit on the 1300 block of race street before 4:00 a.m. she was pronounced dead at hanheman hospital. police released this description of the vehicle, it's a late model white jeep rubican, white
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with front end damage. action cam was at the scene of the playground in the olney section of the city. shooter opened fire the 23-year-old victim was taken to the hospital with a bullet wound in the right hip. one of the bullets hit the drivers side door of a car. no arrests and no motive. delaware county authorities say they are closing in on a suspected killer. since we first brought you news of the shooting we have learned one of the three people who was shot is a teenager. bob brooks has more. >> reporter: police say this man is a killer. caught on tape just before he would leave this chinese restaurant on the corner of walnut and 4th in colwyn borough. investigators say shortly after he left he would open fire, shooting three and killing two, 16 and 20-year-old males.
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evidence markers would cover the street littered with bullets. delaware county d.a. on how it started. >> they were approaching each other, almost looking like they were posturing themselves for an altercation. >> i was ups with -- upstairs h the baby, i heard the five shots, bam bam. when i got out here, the young man was on the ground. >> young girls were crying. and don't understand why young men continue to resort to gun violence to settle problems. >> i think they are punks. i think that people need to learn how to use their words. >> we spoke with the restaurant owner where the picture of the suspect was taken. >> you had a lot of people last night you don't know who that man is? >> reporter: no, i don't know. >> reporter: investigators say they are confident they will
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catch the shooter soon they believe they have those responsible narrowed down. >> all the individuals are from the colwyn area, colwyn darby. there was another person shot a 15-year-old struck in the arm, expected to make a full recovery. bob be channel 6 "action news." >> there were -- bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> there were terrifying movements for passengers on a plane to philadelphia coming from greece. it landed safely at philadelphia international airport yesterday afternoon about an hour and a half after the incidents. passengers say flight attendants were serving drinks when the plane started to shake and dropped. three passengers and seven crew members were injured. this morning faa is investigating. efforts to rescue three missing marines at sea we have
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learned it's a recovery mission. the marines were on a bored a military aircraft that crash landed on australia's east coast saturday morning. 23 other marines were rescued. the cause of the crash is under investigation. president trump is singing a different tune when it comes to attorney general jeff sessions. yesterday he praised him for cracking down on leaks. he tweeted after many leaks going on in washington it's great to see the ag take action for national security. the tougher the better. he pressed session to address government leaks. the tweet was a sharp departure from the critical comments about sessions and the justice department in recent weeks. most evacuees have returned home following a fiery derailment near johnstown pennsylvania. some of the cars containing propane and sulphur caught fire.
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most of the evacuation zone is deemed to be safe, but dozens of homeowners are displaced a bit longer. storms flooded new orleans with 8 inches of rain. on some streets the water was 3 feet deep. the entire city was under a flash flood warning until late last night. this is the second storm in two weeks to cause serious flooding in the big easy. in los vegas nevada emergency crews had to pull people from swifting moving floodwaters there. it took several hours before the water receded in some of the areas making the roads passable again. >> gm is recalling 700,000 pickup trucks involve silver ado and sierra pickup trucks. they have a software problem
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that could cause them to lose power steering for a second. owners should take their trucks to a dealer to receive a free software upgrade. a 16-year-old eagle scout from new castle county is making 3d prosthetic for kids. >> reporter: austin got the idea after meeting a teenager who was missing a hand. he learned that prosthetics are not covered by insurance. >> they will cover only one hand even as they continue to grow. >> reporter: now lynn and volunteers from the scout troop put them together.
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the handle challenge distributes them to kids around the world. prosthetic hands makes a big difference for kids who need them. >> opening a door or picking up things is hard. one of the big things that touched me, they were getting bullied. he told me bullying drops dramatically for the kids after they start using the hands. >> after they got the hand they were not bullying them any more because it was something out of iron man it was really cool. >> reporter: printed hands only cost $50 to make. walter perez channel 6 "action news." >> that his amazing. >> good luck to him. >> 738 right now him there's much more to come on "action news" sunday. a rider puts the spotlight on a riding club, why he did it in 6abc loves the arts. >> chris sowers says it feels like fall, do you agree and will it last?
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coming in third, the winner, american justin gatlin bowing down to the king. the road to track mortality started in jamaica. born with scoliosis he overcame the defect and he began racing to buy his mother a washing machine. >> most people thing it's easy for me. don't stress. >> reporter: no one has run as fast or as long as. he is 30 now, he hit the world stage with a bang and flash when he won shattering the world 100-meter record in beijing in 2008. in a hard to believe 9.69 seconds then shattering another flashy sprinters record michael johnson in the 200-meter. more medals in 2012 and rio in 2016. 8 golds in three straight
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olympics. then he is the swagger, clowning around before races before hitting turbo punctuated with the famous celebration. >> wow, super fast. i thought it was fast, and then he -- i thought i was fast and then he came along. >> reporter: our forecast look, a bolt. let's show you what's going on, what a gorgeous day coming up. you thought yesterday was nice, we'll do it all over again today, minus the morning rain. we have lots of bright blue with thin cirrus clouds mixed in upstairs. a delightful august day. hard to believe how hot and humid it's going to be. 80 degrees is the anticipated
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high. started out at 63. the normal 69. north and west, the numbers were in the mid 50s. pottstown town you were down to 53 earlier. 57 there. quakertown, 57. bethlehem, 58. warminster, 59. coatsville, 51. center city, 64. a lot of low 60s, south and east. gandys beach 68. a nice morning on the delaware bay. not much of a wave action going to be down there. brigantine, 67. cape may, 71. satellite and radar so, what we're watching is a little disturbance out in through here. quickly pushing off the ohio and tennessee valley. some of the high, thin clouds increase later this afternoon. that will keep the temperatures on the cool side. doesn't allow the sun to shine down and heat everything up. this disturbance swings through on monday. that brings the heavy drenching
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thunderstorms again. future tracker 6 goes across the country lands on top us lunchtime. nothing going on today, nothing more than a combination of sun and clouds, partly to mostly cloudy overnight tonight. here comes the beginning signs of the first system here. we're starting out with drenching downpours, north and west, allentown, reading, lancaster, seeing good rain at that point. areas south and east of the delaware river. the humidity starts to pick up in advance of the system. lunchtime, the activity becomes more widespread. we see more coverage here. intensity flares up. look at all the deep reds showing up up at 4:30 p.m. that travels east, weapon get another round in the evening hours, and everything shut off around midnight into tuesday. what to expect for monday, periods of rain thunderstorms thrown in. some of the thunderstorms will produce drenching driving rains
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again. we could see flash flooding with this, numerous cloud to ground lightning strikes expected. as far as wind gusts are concerned every now and then we could get a gust of wind on the moderate side. large hail that threat is on the low side. we've had a a lot of rain over the last month. any additional rain could cause flooding. talk about a nice pleasant finish to the weekend. everybody in the 70s this afternoon. the city of philadelphia, the lone exception. dover may reach 80 degrees, as well. jersey shore, sun an clouds, 79. day three musikfest, look at the numbers dropping in the 60s. 9:00 p.m. 68. 11:00 p.m., cloudy and 65. the exclusive accuweather
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seven-day forecast, nice day today. sun and clouds, 80 degrees. for tomorrow, heavy hitting thunderstorms throughout the afternoon, 75. tuesday, clouds and sun, 82. wednesday, 84. another very pleasant day, thursday looks nice, friday a thunderstorm, same thing with saturday, one thing you know here, guys, there's no 90s in the seven-day forecast. there's only one day with uncomfortable humidity levels that's tomorrow. >> my father just arrived from korea for a visit, he said he is so surprised about the weather. i said i'm surprised too. >> reporter: they don't call it the dog days forking nothing. >> on the surface of mack street it looks like a side street. what's below the pavement makes it unique to this and other cities. find out watching this episode and the entire series go to philadelphia. we're back after this
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>> from paris to philadelphia, the barnes foundation has an exhibition that features a french artist that features african-american horse riders in philadelphia. david murphy has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's called urban riders an exhibition that has drawn acclaim in paris, frankford and amsterdam. now the works are here. a french algerian artist known for his work showcasing margal liced -- marginalized communities. he worked with the fletcher street urban riding club and created a body of 85 works. >> we have drawings.
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>> reporter: the largest by far is a mural relief made of french car parts with photos of philadelphia. >> it's an urban experience when you work in the city -- >> reporter: the arrestist organized a horse riding competition that became the basis for a short film that's part of the exhibition. >> they are projected on two different walls. >> reporter: both the horses and riders dressed in costume designed by local artists. as a muslim immigrant living on the outskirts of paris, he shows stereotypes based on economic class and race. urban rider is on display through october 2. for 6abc loves the arts i'm
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david murphy. >> time for the social corner a kid helped take the stress out of flying. first a chatty bird gets the attention of police. >> police in oregon responded to noise complaint and found this. the responding officer with the parrot, police say bird loves to talk, but struggles with volume control. >> flying can be stressful, but times it's little things that can put a smile on your face. that's what this toddler will, as he boarded the plane he first pumped everyone. it continued from aisle to aisle spreading joy along way. >> that's a good way to start a flight. >> tell us what you think about any of these videos by going to
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>> reporter: that's right because tomorrow gets stormy. we need a little cuteness this morning. take a look at this, look at his paws, he knows he is not allowed to play in the flower bed. lori walked to the back door and look at that face. he is busted. >> did you give him a pass? >> reporter: we gave him a pass. he does it all the time, we'll chase a squirrel into the flower bed, next thing you know his paws are coffered.
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80 degrees looks great, 75 tomorrow, very, very stormy. bring along the umbrella. be on the look out if you live in a flood prone area. we've had a a lot of rain late i there can areas where flash flooding is around. >> we're just a few minutes 'away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: a pair of jumbo jackpots on the rise with no winner in the back-to-back drawing. combined they are expected to surge to nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars. manhunt for a mask suspect one for killing two employees at a high end restaurant resort in florida police using the surveillance video to track down the killer. finally taylor swift is going to court testifying against a former radio deejay she claims sexually assaulted her. coming up on "g.m.a." be we'll see you soon. "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight. flash flooding. roads turning into raging rivers in the midwest. rushing water swamping the streets as strong storms dump up to 10 inches of rain in new orleans. the devastating scene. entire neighborhoods under water. kayaks replacing cars and the new weather threat this morning. >> marines rescued. the first pictures of the survivors of that osprey crash. the high-tech craft hitting the water during a training mission. three service members missing right now. the recovery effort under way. ♪ >> taylor swift's courtroom battle. the bad blood between the superstar and the former radio deejay she accuses of assault.


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