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simmons is mourning his cousin killed by are a hit-and-run driver. folcroft honors a hometown hero. a bear encountered in bucks county. where it's going now. >> thank you for waking up with us on this beautiful sunday
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morning. meteorologist chris sowers is off, i just got a text from chris saying i'm on my way to the bahamas. >> reporter: tell him he should be going to bed. we had a great time at the wedding, it was fantastic. let's get you outside this morning, we have sky6 live hd, there's plenty of sunshine coming up over the horizon and we are looking at another sunny day across the region. the next hint of rain, well it's far out to the west, as you will see. take a look, as we have a shower well to the south off the coast. there's a batch of rain coming in from the west. as a warm front, cold front comes in there, we'll get thunderstorms tomorrow or late in the day or perhaps on the day or tuesday. high pressure is in control that's keeping us under the sun. we're in the 60s as we get
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out the door. noon, 84. the high 88 degrees at 3:00 p.m. mostly sunny skies, low humidity. there is one issue, this goes for philadelphia and the immediate surrounding counties particularly in southeastern pennsylvania. an ozone-action day has been declared, code orange, if you're in a risk category, those suffering from heart and lung, including asthma. you want to limit your outdoor exertion from noon to 6:00 p.m. if you have a picnic you're going to take indoor breaks or don't overdue it there. when i step inside i'll have more on the changes and 6abc, we'll be back and the chance of thunderstorms just ahead.
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new sixers top pick simmsba hit-and-run. he feels in the crosswalk when an suv plowed into him sending him flying into a parked car. john mcknight lives nearby. >> the victim was horribly gasping for air. he was walking with another friend. >> reporter: a surveillance video captured the vehicle. witnesses say the suv was speeding. now, after learning of the tragedy, ben simmons tweeted i'm glad i could share this moment with -- in my life with you.
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rest in peace, cuzzo. police are looking for a person who shot a man in the back sitting in the car on a north philadelphia street. the action cam was at 10th and diamond where the road was littered with shell casings. the victim was able to drive and spotted police officers who were investigating an accident nearby. officers took him to temple university hospital. there's no word ons condition. police are looking -- on his condition. police are looking at surveillance video to identify the shooter. the folcroft police officer is doing better, his hometown rallying around him and wishing him a speedy recovery.
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>> reporter: there were cheers where there could have been tears. >> we need to acknowledge the fact that something miraclous has happened. hundreds of gathered to honor christopher dorman. >> i started crying, i know he is one of us. >> reporter: for many, christopher dorman isn't just any cop, he was born and raised in folcroft and volunteer as a firefighter since he could drive. police say he was ambushed responding to a call of drug activity. he was flown to penn presbyterian where he underwent surgery for a shot to his face, leg and groin. the bullet proof vest saved his life. his son is a fighter and
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refusing all pain meld indication. >> i would have been sitting that little red button every few seconds. >> i would like to thank the police and paramedic and the doctors. christopher dorman released a video thanking those who saved him. >> every officer out here puts their life on the line for us everyday. >> reporter: for the shooting police arrested donte brooks island for two counts of attempted murder and related charges. he is accused of shooting at another officer. island is being held on $1 million bail. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> we learn that christopher dorman was going to attend the kenny chesney concert at the linc, he asked chesney not to forget him. he mistakenly told the crowd
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that the officer died. social media responded with calls for chesney to correct the mistake. counties ravaged by flash flooding in west virginia have been declared states of emergency. >> it took the elk river moments to turn this small town into a mess. flooding that swelled rivers more than 0 feet. tearing through homes and businesses and killing 20 people. >> we were in extreme danger all ictd do was to get my family to the second floor and hope that the foundation and structure of this house was strong enough to withstand the storm. now it's about the cleanup with help from friends, family and neighbors, people are sorting through what can be vallages and
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what cannot. many have seen flooding like this before, but nothing like this. >> the side of the house was disorder. >> reporter: ordinary west virginiaians are stepping up, donating cleaning supplies and water. >> reporter: the national guard has been activated and seller disaster assistance is on the way for the hardest hit areas, including green briar golf course. >> that was scott mcclain reporting. now to central california where a voracious wildfire is blazing. they found human remains that may have been incinerated by the fire. lighter winds are helping fire
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crews make gains, only a small percentage is contained. the k. he -- kearn county fire has consumed 47 1/2 square miles. "good morning america" will have more on the fire, "g.m.a." starts at 8:00 a.m. after "action news." investigators are working to pinpoint what caused a fire in delaware county. we know one person has hurt when flames erupted inside a twin home on the 2700 block of belmawr avenue. both units were damaged by the time firefighters got a handle on this. the injured person was taken to crozer chester medical center. wildlife him experts trang liesed a bear -- tranquilized a bear who was about 2 years old and likely just left its mother.
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the bear will be moved to deep rural central pennsylvania. >> new talks in the aftershocks of the vote of the earning land to use the european union. a car crashes into a pole. the pole almost end up in the drivers side. plus, the phillies claw back against the giants out west. >> reporter: looks like they made it this time. we have rain coming, i'll tell you about that, a beautiful sunday, what about next week? we'll talk about the workweek coming up. hello!
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you, thank you for waking up with us on sunday morning, 6:13, 65 degrees, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over philadelphia international airport. an update on the weather seconds away. >> seems like i've seen a lot of you guys this weekend. >> yeah. >> reporter: it was a great wedding friday night. two great families, as i said to gray yesterday it was better because we were there, his third family. >> i loved when the priest said it's not just about finding the right person, but being the right person. that was a fantastic thing to
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say. >> reporter: we have a lovely day building at the shore, it's usually the fishermen down there, they will get kicked off the beach later on, when everybody else crowds in there, the first forecast of summer you get folks crowding the beach. forecast, it will be great again, it will be on the warm side you want to keep the drinks flowing, low humidity and warm, then monday we'll feel the humidity kickback, monday and tuesday there's a chance of thunderstorms, we'll cover all of that, those are basically the forecast highlights. we mentioned the air quality alert. officials in southeastern pennsylvania that are mainly concerned about this, so if you're in philadelphia, delaware county, bucks or montgomery or chester counties, these are the areas where the ground level ozones might be high today. if you're in a risk category like seniors or young kids with
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asthma or heart and lung ailments be you don't want to be outside when the ozone is at it's worse. dewpoint, 60 it's on the threshhold for humid air it's not all that bad. most of the suburbs in the 50s which we do not consider humid. winds out of the south, 3 miles per hour not a relief there. satellite shows you a little bit of high cloud cover has streaked through the region in the early morning hours, we saw this yesterday, too, if it is overcast it won't last all that long. 8:00 a.m., 74. 10:00 a.m., 79. 84 by noon. the high today will be 88 degrees at 3:00 p.m., low humidity and lots of sunshine, but cool enough for cool drinks, as we look at the temperatures across the region. we have a shot of 90 in allentown and reading. 86 in wilmington, 89 in trenton. the closer you get toward the shore with a little bit of
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easterly component with the wind, 83 degrees in millville, 83 in dover. down at the beach, upper 70s. a closer look at the beach, 77 degrees in beach haven. 78 in atlantic city and ocean city. the ocean temperature is 67 degrees, we had a moderate risk of rip currents it's a low risk today. you want to swim near the lifeguards. off the delaware beaches we're looking at 70s in the water. sun gives way to clouds, by 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., we'll be looking at showers developing in the afternoon giving way to thunderstorms in the afternoon and early evening hours, tuesday looks a little bumpy. here's the seven day from accuweather. 88 is today's high, sunny and warm and nice today.
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tomorrow, clouds and sun, more clouds as the day goes on. a late thunderstorm can't be ruled out as you just saw high of 86. muggy on tuesday, high of 85. that system gets out of here, wednesday during the day we'll see humidity dropping if it's a shower it's early in the day, 85 degrees is the forecast high, it should be nice weather for the union next match which is a u.s. cup match wednesday night. thursday, comfortable, 87. warm, muggy on friday, 895 thunderstorm, partly sunny on saturday, 89 degrees, a pop-up thunderstorm possible there, as well. warm and nice today, though, nydia. that's the basic story today. >> all right, david, thank you. this story is cool, new castle county ice cream festival continues today from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in wilmington. kids 12 and under get in free. everyone else pays $5 admission.
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with us on sunday morning. a had 167-year-old boy is -- a 16-year-old boy is getting an outpouring of support after he asked to carry a man's groceries. a man was shopping and approached by chauncey jones, he asked to carry his groceries in exchange for food.
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they began talking, he decided to take him on a shopping spree when he took him open, he realized they didn't have any furniture. they decided to raise money for the family, in two weeks they raised $200,000. >> you will get a nice house, it will be yours. >> i don't know what to say, i don't know i might breakdown in tears, i'm so appreciating so much. i can't appreciate it no more. >> still really good people out there in the world. >> chauncey said in the next few years, he wants to start his own business so he can help others the way he was helped out. a philadelphia teacher got the royal treatment because he is retiring. after 30 years on the job, she said so long to mitchell
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elementary school she has seen generations come and go. >> you have to love what you're doing, if you don't love what you're doing, you should not be in this field. >> now, graham prides herself on getting to work on time. that did not change on her last day the at mitchell elementary. >> on the job after 0 years, she looks like she is 32. >> enjoy retirement. >> we'll be right back. >> time 6:24 a.m. incomer
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sports, the phillies beat one of
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the best teams in baseball by getting one of the best pitchers in the game. catcher, cameron ruf failed madison bum garner. until last night the giants pitcher had not given up more than two runs in the game since april. the phils win 3-2. the two teams play each other again this afternoon. >> good luck. a new honor for former philly, pete rose, jeff skeverski has more on that, and the heartbreak for new sixers ben simmons. >> reporter: after celebrating the biggest night of his life with his family, sixers first-round draft pick ben simmons are now grieving the life of his cousin who was killed saturday morning. zachary simmons was by his side
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when the sixers made him the number one pick. he said hearing the news is a reminder so never forget the important things in life. ron hextall has been transparent about the plan in the nhl draft. get guys who can score. the flyers got seven of them. yesterday they picked up canadian pasquale will lalarry. they take goalie of the year, collin hart, the first goalie off the board who is known for his workout. >> it's not like the old days, you have to be in good shape and stay flexible. i'm very honored to go to such a great organization. >> we wanted speed and we
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wanted size and skill. obviously it's not in every player, but we feel we have all three elements, we have enough picks, it's easy to zero in on. nobody scored more goals in soccer than the union. it was a big arena they have scored more -- a big reason they have scored more points than any other team in the conference. trying to keep the run going against vancouver. a pep talk early on. how about this shot off the post somehow into the legs of the goalie who scores. vancouver rebounds with three unanswered goals, 84th minute, union lost 3-2. it is their first loss at home since last september. their look says it all. pete rose may be banned
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from the baseball hall of fame, but finally inducted into the cincinnati hall of fame last night. rose said he has been waiting for 30 years for this. so have the fans, reds fans gave him a standing ovation and shouted his name for more than a minute. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> me
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coming to the schuylkill river trail. trish hartman fills you in on who is lending a hand to police. sky6 live hd looking at the commodor barry bridge, today looks nice, but we're tracking storms for later in the week. >> meteorologist david murphy is in for chris sowers who is heading for his honeymoon. >> reporter: good for him and lori. we have sunshine coming up over the ben franklin bridge, good looking morning with low humidity in spots, if you want to head out and get an early work out in new york problem there. satellite and radar showing there is a little bit of light cloud cover coming through. the heaviest is down to the south and the rest will be breaking apart quickly as you saw on sky6 live hd. 64 in wilmington, 62 in cape
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may. dpoibts lower than yesterday -- dewpoints, lower than yesterday. down in cape may, 61, just a degree over the threshhold for humid air. not that bad. i expect that number to drop off as we go through the morning. the rest of the day, sunny and warm. you'll need the cool drinks if you're out there exerting yourself with a temperature of 84 by noon, high of 88 by 3:00 p.m. the only issue we have is an air quality alert this is basically in the center portion of the region from philadelphia, delaware county, in through bucks and montgomery and chester. officials in new jersey aren't so concerned with this, a code orange ozone-action day in and around counties surrounding philadelphia and pennsylvania, for kids and seniors and those of you with heart and lung conditions limit outdoor exertion. we have a chance of thunderstorms coming up tomorrow else in the seven-day forecast. details coming up. >> sixers first-round draft
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pick, ben simmons is mourning the death of his cousin, zachary simmons who was killed on saturday morning in north jersey. the 21-year-old was hit by an suv trying to cross the street in hoboken walking home from a friend's birthday party. police released a picture of the vehicle that struck and killed him, so far no arrests have been made. >> you can get updates at or follow on social media of the "action news" team. christopher dorman is recovering from seven bullet wounds that happened during an ambush friday morning. officer dorman released a video
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from his hospital bed thanking those who helped to save him. police arrested donte brooks and i would and charged him with attempted murder. >> now to the fallout from britain's vote to leave the european union. we learned that john kerry will go to london to meet the trop british and european union diplomat. there's. >> reporter: as the new reality sets in. i'll be living in a country i'm uncomfortable about. >> reporter: the questions and the regrets. >> i think we've been taken advantage of. >> reporter: do you regret that you voteed to leave the european union? >> possibly, only time will tell. >> reporter: more than 2.5 million people signerring -- signing an asking for another chance to vote. political pundits saying there's
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zero chance. the european union saying leave now. it's britain's call when to trigger the divorce. britain is in no hurry. >> i expect the european countries will make it difficult for them. >> reporter: with david cameron's stunning announcement he would stem down, the new prime minister could be this man, borris johnson. london's controversial former mayor is known for his personality and the hair, facing the rath of the vote on friday when he was leaving his home. >> shaism on you borris. >> reporter: this is uncharted territory, no nation has left the eu in modern times. netherlands and france and italy considering having their own vote. lama hasan.
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abc news london. house appropriations committee is planning a rare sunday night meeting, so far the republican controlled house and senate have not supported tax increases governor wolf proposed to pay for increases in school programs. both sides have talked about reinstating a tax on gas and cigarettes. a young man was rushed to temple university hospital after his car crashed into a utility pole, the action cam at north 11th and west susquehanna avenue. the man is being treated for head trauma and other serious injuries. the pole sports a septa trolley line. police are trying to determine what caused the accident. a woman was found dead after philadelphia firefighters put out a fire in germantown.
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the woman's body was discovered in the basement. another person was taken to einstein, medical center. investigators think the home was abandoned. they are looking for the cause of the fire. new eyes are helping philadelphia police patrol the schuylkill river trail. trish hartman has the details. >> schuylkill trail watch starts now. >> reporter: after months of training volunteers started patrolling the schuylkill river trail an effort to keep its users safe. >> once we began to advertise we were creating a trail watch, people stepped up to the plate saying how can i get involved. >> people will be in pairs, bikers walkers and runners will be paired off together in two hour shifts throughout the day. >> reporter: badges were handed to people who completed the
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training which volunteers say was thorough. >> if you see somebody remember what they look like. >> reporter: the police officers say the extra eyes and ears would be a huge help. two weeks ago, a woman had her face slashed. last month two incidents of indecent exposure was reported. >> if we can get this kind of response it easier for us. i can't explain for you how important it is to have help in the neighborhood. >> reporter: trail user, say the patrols arrest welcome addition. >> it makes you feel more comfortable, making the community feel safe and healthy. >> reporter: there are talks about surveillance cameras for the purpose of the trail. organizers will be trained as
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the summer goes on, if you're interested in becoming one, go to the link at trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> i'm glad they are doing that, i spend a lot of time on the schuylkill river trail. it's a great way to get outside and enjoy the city. >> a local camp is helping empower children who suffer heartbreak. a peek at camp charlie coming up. >> looking live sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse of camden. david murphy in for chris sowers, back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. alright guys, we've brought you to this construction trailer to talk about trucks today.
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showcasing their work in manayunk. the 27th manayunk art festival continues. it's such a fun summer festival. one of my favorites. those of you who showed up yesterday, got a chance to meet us here at "action news." there was sharrie williams, and gray hall. >> we have some of the best viewers ever, they were really, really nice. the kids in particular were really nice. i was like due watch the news? yes, they wanted an autograph.
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>> reporter: that's fun when we get out and meet and greet. storm tracker 6 live shows you it's another day to get out there and meet and greet your neighbors who are whoever you want. we look outside, we have sky6 live hd in wilmington. that's the way it will stay today, nice and bright, you'll need the cool drinks because it will get warm. 66 in philadelphia. 64 in wilmington, 60 in allentown. 61 in trenton. 55 in millville. very comfortable there. 62 in cape may on the boardwalk this morning. not very humid and the humidity staying on the low side today. satellite showing how high cloud cover was streaking through in the overnight hours, that is pushing south of the region. on all our sky6 live hd cameras it's going to be bright. it's going to be hot in the lehigh valley. bethlehem, easton and reading getting up to 90 this afternoon. low humidity and cool drinks important if you're out there exerting universal. down the the shore, sunshine --
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exerting yourself. down the shore, sunshine, cooler, rip currents a possibility, 78 degrees. up in the poconos today, not a bad one, bright and sunny, warmer, 81 degrees i by the lake we have low humidity this afternoon. in philadelphia, warm, high of 88. lots of sunshine, low humidity, overall a nice summer afternoon building. wind on the light side running 6 to 12 miles per hour. overnight we continue the clear pattern, 65 degrees, by the time you get out the door tomorrow morning. you might start feeling the humidity levels come back a little bit. in through the day, it will get warm and humid. monday answer temperature start out comfortable in the morning. at 1 or 1:30 p.m. woman push in the mid 08 -- 1:30 p.m., we'll
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push into the mid 80s. after 3:30 or 4:00 p.m. there's a chance of showers beginning to build in the poconos and push into the northern suburbs. later in the afternoon and early evening we could pop thunderstorms in the northern and western areas. as we go through the evening more of that could come through the i-95 corridor. looks like the shore probably clouds up, but it probably stays dry. no matter where you are, keep your eye on the storm tracker 6 live app. today, 88 degrees, clouds and sun tomorrow, thunderstorm possible high of 86. 85 on tuesday, that's an unsettled day, humidity is noticeable and stray shower or thunderstorm at times. wednesday, the humidity drops. if we see a lingering shower it's probably early. and things get better in terms of how it feels.
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85 degrees for the high, nice weather for the union at home. a comfortable day on thursday, high of 87 degrees. as we head into friday and saturday, friday looks muggy. there could spotty thunderstorms around late in the day or evening. hopefully it stays dry at the ballpark, balls friday and saturday are fireworks night. a lot of people like to enjoy that. that time of year already. >> time flies. remember you can get the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast at time 6:45. this morning's crime fighter's report, a mother is on a mission for her murdered son. here's rick williams. >> reporter: a mother remembers her son fondly, james walke, iii. robin said her son was heading
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out around 2:00 p.m. >> he was going to meet a friend at wayne and see more street. >> reporter: that friend never showed. >> james was walking down the street and someone was waiting for him at seymore and west moreland street. a guy pulled out a pistol and fired at james. chased james across the street and james fell, the shooter shot him 12 times. robin said the neighbor heard her son bleeding for his life -- pleading for his life. the neighbor said i didn't do it, man, i didn't do it, man. he was set up. >> reporter: the 28-year-old died a short time later at the hospital. he leaves behind two sons ages 8 and 9. >> you can see how much they
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miss their dad and how much i miss my son. the city of philadelphia is offering up $20,000 for anyone who comes forward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call the citizens crime commission at 215-546-tips. all calls remain anonymous. it has tore my family apart. >> reporter: for crime fighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." "healthcheck" a grow number
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of websites and apps are making birth control pills available without a trip to the dr.. >> reporter: it's birth control made easy. new apps and websites are prescribing women and girls as young as 13 birth control without ever stepping foot in a doctor's office. >> half of pregnancy in the united states are unintended we
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would like to see the numbers decreased. >> we think using t. health available is better. >> reporter: apps like this can be helpful. >> it makes communicating with the doctor much ears than going. >> reporter: how do they work? in most cases women have a chance to answer questions online or by video chat. they are paired with a doctor who talks them through the service and provides a prescription to the local pharmacy. some ship them to your door. they say websites and apps do not require legislation
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approval. >> birth control is not one size fits all. there are many options out there. i think patients and doctors need to work together to find the best options. >> abc's lindsey davis reporting. ikea recalled safety gates, ikea said stop using the model because the locking mechanism is unreliable. they can be return for full refund. driver in oregon is challenging the bureau to break the rules so he can get a license, he recently got a court ruling that's -- that he is not
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a nonbinary. >> i'm simple threatic what's going on. this is sort of like an aircraft carrier. >> we have not found an example of other states or agencies having to deal with this. >> state leaders say the system required to designate male or female is tied 0 many other systems from law enforcement to social security, changing the options could crash computer systems but they will work on it. two of the tiniest babies born at aning ton hospital -- at daniel was born 24 days early. he spent 64 days in the nicu.
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>> i'm grateful. i lost my husband in the last year, they have been amazing. daniel received a 5,000-dollar scholarship from the doctor who ran the nicu for 34 years before retiring. another scholarship was given to another baby given in the name of the jerry lenfest. he is thriving after spending 1 of 5 days in the nicu, we'll be right back.
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♪ ♪ to the women who know what real values are, you inspire us to bring you real value every day. to the women who know what real values are, with us on sunday morning. 6:55. a camp offering a place to smile for children struggle with
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tragedy. we go to camp charlie. >> you can hear the laughter and squeals a mile away. camp charlie is a special place for these kids. behind the smiles lies a profound bond created through heartbreak and loss. >> my brother died at 14 from cancer. >> after ply dad died, i -- my dad died i had a hard time dealing with normal life. >> these volunteers are former campers and professional bereavement facilitator. they come back time and time again to do for these kids that someone did for them. >> it was the best thing i could have ever done. >> reporter: the week long day camp run by safe harbor provides a safe place for more than 50 children to express and process
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unimaginable loss. >> the hardest stories to hear is from kids who say my dad died from a suicide. >> to hear these stories coming out of these little kids, traumatic stories you want to scoop them up. >> reporter: the key is to empower them. the camp is completely free it's only possible because of generous donors. if you would like to sign your child up or donate, find more at reporting in horsham, jeanette reyes. and lepage has picked up a summer job in boothbay harbor. she is has been on the job he, fortunately, weeks working three
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days a week. she is doing to help pay for a new car she wants to buy this summer. most customers don't recognize her, they say she looks familiar, but can't place her face. >> there's another hour of "action news" sunday morning, straight ahead. >> sixers top pick ben simmons loses his cousin to a hit-and-run driver. new reaction to the crime scene that came in overnight. >> help is on the the way for flood battered west virginia. we have new reports. >> plus, we'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast from meteorologist david murphy when we come right back. sir, this alien life form is growing at an alarming rate. growing fast, you say? we can't contain it any long...
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simmons is mourning his cousin killed by a hit-and-run driver. folcroft delaware county turns out to remember a hometown hero christopher dorman we are hearing from the officer and is father. >> a bear is caught in bucks county. who he left behind and where it is going now.>> looking live an franklin bridge. david murphy is in for chris sowers who is on his


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