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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, september 16. here's a look at the stories we're following on "action news." deadly shooting gunfire erupts in north philadelphia. three people are shot. police say security guard is one of the gunman. breaking news, the home belonging to the mayor of st. louis marred with red paint as protesters take to the streets a following the acquittal of a white police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man. police search for this car in connection with the number of incidents involving threats to children. first we're keeping a close eye on hurricane jose as it turns -- churns out in the atlantic ocean. it's stirring up the surf and
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rip currents along the jersey shore. live picture of cape may, new jersey. there's concerns that hurricane jose could bring tropical trouble to the delaware valley. meteorologist chris sowers is watching this. >> reporter: it's been a while since we've had a hurricane season like this, we had category four hurricane harvey vienna cot gory four irma. it's a category one storm, it's getting better organized. this bright red or deep convection is thunderstorm activity wrapping around the center. this kind of storm is breathing a little bit. it's getting better organized right in through here. we expect it to make a right hand turn shortly. it is moving to the northwest
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very slowly at this point, 9 miles per hour. it will start to pick up speed as we progress along through the weekend. 550 miles to the south/southeast cape hatteras, north carolina. as we get into tuesday, it's 200, 250 miles off the coast of atlantic city. that's far enough off the coast only minor impacts will be felt from the system. large waves, dangerous rip current and maybe a breeze for the jersey shore, 40 miles per hour and light rain. the worst by far if the track were to confirm would stay well offshore. the height of the storm at least for us would be sometime monday night into tuesday afternoon, i want to show you the wind field as we advance this along. this is not close to what irma was when it hit florida. hurricane force winds extend 40 miles from the center of circulation. with irma it was 80 miles per hour east and west from the
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center of circulation. it's much smaller and more compact if the storm were to take that track the tropical storm force winds could stay off the coast. the jersey shore will see rough surf and tidal flooding monday into wednesday morning. if it tracks closer, the impacts will be greater. when i come back we'll focus on jose and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> i would like to reminds you as we get new information on jose this weekend we invite you to download our free 6abc app. we'll update you on chances in hurricane jose and storm tracker 6 live dive radar. breaking news coming in from london. police made an arrest in the subway station bombing that injured 29 people. british police say an 18-year-old is in custody this
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morning. he is being questioned after the terror threat level in london was raised to critical. another attack could be immanent. the subway station that was part of the bombing has been reopened this morning. it was a tense scene in st. louis overnight as protesters took to the streets over the acquittal of a white former police officer in the shooting death of a black man. please at least ten police officers were hurt in this, one of the targets was the home of the mayor of st. louis. elizabeth hur has the latest. chaos in the streets of st. louis. at least ten officers injured and dozens arrested overnight. >> many of the demonstrators
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were peaceful, however after dark many began to destroy property an assault police officers. >> reporter: protesters gathering in the streets shortly after a former police officer who was white was eight quitted for the fatal shooting of a black suspect anthony smith. jason stockily was charged with first degree murder after shooting smith five times following a high-speed chase in 2011. stockily said he feared for his life, claiming he saw smith holding a gun. prosecutors argued he planted the gun in smith's car. stockily saying after the verdict that a burden has been lifted. but some have a different view. >> i believe black lives matter, but obviously our justice system does not believe that. this is crazy. people are fed up.
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>> reporter: with them the case is a painful reminder of the fatal shooting of michael brown. the shooting of the unarmed black teenager sparking days of unrest and violence in nearby ferguson when a st. louis grand jury decided not to indict darren wilson in the death of brown's death. brown's father was protesting. >> i'm fighting for my city, man, my people tired of this. >> reporter: and smith's mother saying this after the verdict. >> i'm not going to standard around saying no justice no peace. my soul is hurt my heart is broken. back here at home, philadelphia police are investigating the shooting of three people one of whom has died. police say a man has died at germantown avenue and cumberland street. the victim was dropped off by an
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unknown person at temple in critical condition and died. a man and woman showed up to the hospital after they were shot in the leg. a security guard at a corner bar fired the shots that killed the man a after witnessing him firing a gun in front of him. >> the male was shot in the stomach because in front of him he overred the -- observed the male fire on people walking down the street. that's how the woman and man we believe were shot in their legs. philadelphia police are trying to sort through all this. the security guard we're told is cooperating. they recovered a handgun they believe belonged to the victim. happening in philadelphia, police are searching for the suspect behind a number of attempted child abductions. at least 6 children have been approached by a man since tuesday.
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thankfully the children escaped the danger. trish hartman with all the details. >> i'm going to meet my twin daughters and let them know they have to come in way before the sun go down. >> some dude was -- that's really scary. >> reporter: many parents are keeping an even closer eye on the kids after hearing philadelphia police are investigating 6 different suspicious incidents involving children this week in northeast philadelphia. >> he asked the child to come over to the car, and she realized he was driving with his zimmer down, that's when she fled. >> reporter: police say the suspect is a hispanic man with black hair and facial hair. the incidents were tuesday around and wednesday and thursday and three incidents within a 45 minute span he offered girls money in exchange
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for taking their picture. students say they saw a man filming the children at the school yard. police have released a surveillance photo of a black sedan with tinted windows they believe belong to the suspect. police encourage parents to talk to their kids. >> if they ask you to get into the car don't do it. >> reporter: one neighbor said he will be keeping a close watch. >> for him to do something that desperate, he is pretty bold that's what the community is about, we have to come together and camp this guy. >> reporter: police say in all of the cases the children ran away and reported the incident to an adult. if you have any information you're asked to contact special victims unit. reporting outside special victims unit, trish hartman, channel 6 "action news."
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>> school year weeks old, one local school district is in the grips of a labor strive. teachers in methacton announced they intend to hit the picket line. contract negotiations have been on going since january and still there is no deal. any decision to close schools will come by 8:00 p.m. on sunday. school and district office remain open during any work stoppage. we'll keep you posted. pennsylvania governor tom wolf announced delay of $2 million in payments to medicaid and school districts following a legislative stalemate how to cover 2.2 budget hole had a has dragged on for more than two months. won't be resolved until monday at the earliest. in the short term, delay of payments should create little
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pain. if harrisburg does not correct it's structural deficit it will cost more in the longer term. >> they will pay more for the lower bond rating and financing and at the end of the day that comes back and bites the average taxpayer. >> this is the known time the government missed a payment as a result of having not snuff money. they are beating the odds. we'll introduce you to two special cheerleaders who not only keep the spirit alive on the sidelines, but an inspiration for all of us. meet a local couple who is putting their talents to good use in their twilight years. >> reporter: gray, you can see how the temperatures are going to climb in the next few hours, even though fall is around the corner it will feel very summer like this weekend. i will be back along with the details and plus the latest on hurricane jose. glt all
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>> all right, welcome back everybody, chris and i were talking about the forecast as we typically do. jose is out there. >> reporter: we'll get to that in a second. we can expect a combustion of sun and clouds. warm and sticky. >> the muggies. >> reporter: when you step outside make sure you say hello to the muggies. [laughter]. here's a quick look at sky6 live hd the commodore barry bridge, we have mainly clear conditions, a little bit of patchy fog across the area. that will lift briefly here and later in the afternoon again we'll get the combination of sun and clouds. a reminder for all, around the corner, official 6 days away here, this friday, actually. three months from now, take a look at this, gray, i know you're excited about this, the average high 3 months from now, drops down to 45 degrees. old man winter is around the corner. look at the sunrise and sunset times. yes we continue to lose
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daylight. all right, let's look at the temperatures north and west, 67 degrees in slatington and kutztown. bethlehem, 63. quakertown, 59 degrees. warminster, 65. center city checking in at 68. south and east we go, agendas beach and -- gandys beach, delightful there, 69 there. hammonton, 63. satellite and radar, not too much to talk about this morning, we have cloud cover bubbling up to the west. we'll see a combination of sun and clouds later today. one or two areas you pick up a brief spotty shower. it should not amount to all that much. if you see a shower it won't last very long. isolated stuff through 3:00 p.m. that continues in the afternoon and evening hours, overnight tonight we'll see that diminish partly cloudy and patchy fog. warm and humid once again with lows in the upper 60s. for today, warm and humid,
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spotty shower, 84 degrees. winds are light out of the southeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. if you have outdoor plans don't cancel them, but be aware there could be spotty showers in places. hurricane jose there's bermuda, the bahamas off to the lower left. north carolina, cape hatteras off scene him we had a huge flareup in convection. it will make a right hand turn and approach the carolinas during the second half of the weekend. it will run parallel to the eastern seaboard by the time we get into tuesday afternoon. one thing we noticed with the data that came in overnight. we have good agreement between the forecast models. over model is suggesting a miss 200 to 250 miles off the coast. which is great news for us in the delaware and lehigh valleys. it's moving to the northwest at 9.
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550 miles to the south/southeast of cape hatteras. maximum winds at 80 miles per hour. i expect it to strengthen into a category two storm as the travels up the eastern seaboard. i expect it to be low impact. monday evening through thursday morning, tremendous wave heights up to ten feet. rip currents and beach erosion and gusts for the jersey shore and the delaware beaches anywhere from 40 to 45 miles per hour. i feel good with what we have here. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast warm and sticky today, spotty shower, 84. same thing for tomorrow, 83. clouds and sun monday, 78. tuesday is the day we'll watch closely, cloudy and breezy, highs in the mid 70s. the remainder of the 7 day forecast looks good, mid 80s mostly sunny skies. for seniors who had intense
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painting and live music and children's activities today from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and tomorrow. pick up your pumpkin for halloween at lindvilla orchard. check it out today from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. the annual oktoberfest celebration will take over south street later today. there will be live music and german fare and a whole lot of beer. i got to laugh at my own jokes along the 700 block of south street. we'll see you after the break.
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back everyone, 7:25 a.m., saturday morning, forecaster for today, impinge -- combination of sun and clouds, 84 in philadelphia. 75 in the poconos. philadelphia and points west there's a chance of a spotty shower or two, but nothing significant. if you're wondering what happened to the beautiful fall-like weather we had, blame irma. the jet stream was carved out like this we were getting cooler air from canada, reinforcing shots. it was beautiful. temperatures in the 60s and 70s for highs. here comes irma just like this, it changes the pattern and this trough or pocket of cool air shifts this way and replaced with a ridge. the jet stream like this, all the wonderful cool weather is out to the west.
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we're seeing warm and humid conditions. this will change as we get beyond next weekend. but for the next five to seven days it will be warm and sticky. >> hello, muggies. turning to sports phillies will be looking for redemption after the shutout at the bank. temple owls put one in the w column. here's jamie apody with all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning these days we're all on hoskins watch, could the red hot rookie do it again. signing for little guys is one thing. 18 runs in 50 games almost as hot as hoskins. hoskins head held high thanks to the fans despite the fact he went 0-3 and two strikeouts. hoskins is human and so are the indians.
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the streak has been snapped falling to the royals 4-3. their historic 22 winning streak is over. every game in the national football league is important that's what you hear all the time. there's no reason why tomorrow is a bit more special as they return to kansas to face his mentor andy reid. >> the closer you get to the game, you get more tunnel vision more driven, emotions will be high i'll keep them in check the best i can, it will be a great atmosphere to play football on sunday. >> reporter: temple under the lights, running circles around u mass at the linc. late in the 4th, temple looking to seal the deal, isaiah wright, owls win 29-21.
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a win is a win, 2-1. the big thing we talked about all week, friday night lights, the kids played really, really hard. it was one of the best pregames i've ever been a part of. the kids were dialed in and juiced up. >> coach collins will be here to talk about the big win on temple football playbook in the 9:30 a.m. half-hour of "action news." have a great saturday. two teenagers who face different kind kinds of of chals continue to show off their school spirit. they are members of the catholic cheer squad. she cheers along with her piers on prosthetic leg. being a cheerleaders gives her a voice. >> i just love i can come out
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and share my voice and i love being loud. >> we love that school spirit. by the way, the fighting irish cheering definitely paid off last night because they won 35-0. we're back in a bit. >> a north philadelphia home is
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in ruins after flames devour the first and second floors.
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also a threat of a teachers strike puts students and their participates on edge. details on when they may walk off the job. and there will be no dipping your toes in the water if hurricane jose steers closer to the area. we're keeping a close eye on the storm as the moves northward. let's get you outside to meteorologist chris sowers who is tracking jose, and the local forecast. the sun is out today. >> reporter: it's fairly comfortable out here right now. every time the breeze picks up it feels nice. there's a discomfort to the area because of the added humidity from what was once hurricane irma. temperatures wise, 59 degrees in pottstown. 59 in quakertown. look at lake harmony, that's not bad, 5 degrees up there. newtown, 63. center city, 6.
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smyrna, 63. fortescue 69. brigantine, 70. satellite and radar we have a little bit of leftover patchy fog, what remains will lift shortly and we're looking at a combination of sun and clouds throughout the afternoon. the golf forecast looks good, tee time not much of a breeze, 76 degrees, warm and soupy with a spotty shower after lunchtime. 1:00 p.m., a temperatures reading of 83. with the humidity feels like 84. the latest water vapor shot looking at hurricane jose strengthened a little bit. maximum sustained winds up to 80 miles per hour. it's drifting to the northwest or closer to the eastern seaboard at 9 miles per hour. it is expected to make the right hand turn and parallel the coastline by the time we get into monday and tuesday, it could be off the coast at 200 miles off the coast of atlantic city. obviously the big question on
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everyone's minds is, what kind of impacts will we see here. i'll be back in just a few minutes and run that down for you and have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> authorities at the jersey shore are keeping a close eye on hurricane jose. the head of cape may emergency management said he is watching the forecast for the potential impact to the area. he warned even if jose heads to sea those at the beach should be aware of big surf and rip currents. >> responders will be monitoring and watching for any problems along the beach. >> reporter: merge sill officials say they will develop -- emergency officials say they will develop any emergency plans once the hurricane gets closer. protests in downtown st. louis, missouri turned violent. those taking to the streets were angry over the not guilty ruling in the trial of a police officer charged in the 2011 shooting death of a plaque man.
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demonstrators can be seen burning an american flag and tossed paint at the mayor's home and store fronts were damaged after rocks were thrown through windows and others were jumping on police vehicles. >> many demonstrators were peaceful, after dark many agitators began destroying property and assaulting police officers. >> police have made dozens of arrests so far. "good morning america" weekend will have more on the protest there in st. louis. of course, good morning weekend is coming your way at 8:00, that is right after "action news." 734 -- 7:34 a.m., kids are getting settled into a new school year and teachers could be walking over the job monday in a local school district. dann cuellar has more on. >> reporter: the high school
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rivalry between the warriors and trojans was in full swing as the team battled on the football field. a grandfather posing with his grandson give you a sense of pride and tradition that goes on here. there was uncertainty in the area over a possible teacher strike on monday. >> i don't think it's a good idea we should be going to school at the time we're supposed to be going to school. >> it's upsetting beyond why they can't reach an agreement. you should wanted to what you love, not for the money, you should wanted to because you love it. >> reporter: there has been a standstill in the bargaining process and the methacton education association will go on strike monday if no deal is reached. among the issues, salary and benefits and class side and team teaching. >> we're supportive of the what the teachers need.
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>> reporter: district wanted to go to an independent arbitrator, the staff and union offered to negotiate through the weekend. if there's a strike on monday. >> i know the strike will be cutting into our breaks and times off during the holidays. >> it would be nice to have days off, but i couldn't like to make it up either. >> reporter: the decision to close or not close the schools will be made sunday night at 8:00 p.m. in methacton i'm dann cuellar, channel 6 "action news." >> new information to tell you about firefighters are trying to figure out what caused a fire that burns two floors of a home in west oak lane. the action cam on the scene as firefighters doused the hot spots on the 5000 block of nelan street. the first and second floor of the home was burned. it took 20 minutes to bring the fire under control. no injuries were reported. temple university police
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trying to figure out if an incident on campus was racially motivated. students say they discovered a banana on the dorm room door monday night. the women are not sure they were targeted. they don't believe it was a prank. >> they call black people monkeys to be racist and ignorant. >> i didn't think it would happen to me, but i'm not surprised because things like this happen at predominantly white institutions. >> temple sent out a statement saying the university does not tolerate discrimination. a teenager who admitted to the stabbing of a classmate in the slender man case is mentally ill. the defense argued that weiner
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was i will at the time of the -- ill at the time of the attack. weiner and a friend stabbed a classmate 19 times to please a horror character slender man. the victim survived and was found by a passer by. jeffrey dusk dusk pleaded guilty to -- sandusky pleaded guilty to child abuse and child pornography. he made the deal one week before the trial was set to begin in centre county. authorities say he committed crimes involving two underage girls over a five year period. two key executives at equifax are out. the company announced that the chief information officer and chief security officer are leaving immediately. the departure follows the
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enormous breach that affected 143 million americans. questions being raised into the extra funds raised for president trump's inauguration. the committee raised $7 million for the ceremony and other events. leftover money has been contributed to the renovation at the white house and the vice president's residence. critics argue no money was donated to charity as it was pledged. the head of committee said financial details will be released in november. thousands of runners preparing for an important event that helps to fight cancer. among them will be a woman who knows how tough the battle truly is. we'll introduce you to this survivor who faced the disease twice and she has won. young boy's dream comes true, to mow the lawn is he white house. outside we go meteorologist chris sowers tracking the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, this is a live look --
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"action news" returns in just a bit. >> you know what we love this
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story, the white house lawn got a little extra tlc thanks to a frank in the red shirt. he was greeted on the lawn by president trump himself. at first, he said the president is behind me. he didn't notice the
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commander-in-chief was there. he got the job of mowing the white house lawn after he sent the president a letter he could come and cut the lawn. he explained he was mowing his neighbor's lawn for sometime and wanted to extend the favor to the president. what a great story. the president responded and frank was there mowing the lawn. >> reporter: he kept on going. we track the forecast, hurricane jose let's talk about how the weekend is shaping up. if you go outside please say hello to the muggies. >> reporter: it is extremely humid out there once again this morning. actually it was nice and comfortable about a week ago and hurricane irma changed everything, the pattern got tropical again, because of that, we tend to see this in the early part of the morning and it lifts and we see sun and clouds in the around. that's a live shot of cape may, dealing with patchy fog, temperatures are in the 60s. 66 now in trenton. allentown, 64.
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philadelphia, 68. millville, 63. 70 is the popular number for the shore destinations, cape may, atlantic city, brigantine, beach haven 70. fog report looks like, down to less than a mile now. actually they are pretty much reporting no visibility in wildwood and atlantic city, lancaster very thick out there. half mile in allentown. i-95 corridor is okay. you get to the suburbs you're socked in. this afternoon it's a combination of sun and clouds, that's what future tracker suggests by midday. 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., we could see a spotty shower here or there, should not be anything significant it will be on the lighter side and very isolated. that continues to be the trend in the early afternoon and evening hours. tomorrow, we start out with patchy fog, by afternoon sun and clouds, one or two stray showers develop here or there.
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the coverage will be greater today than tomorrow. but neither today or tomorrow we're looking at anything significant. millville, 84. dover, 81. combination of sun and clouds, warm and humid, maybe a spotty shower in places. reading, 83. trenton, 81. toms river 82. all eyes are hurricane jose category one hurricane up to 80 miles per hour. it's starting to get better organized now. look at the sudden explosion, the deep red developing around the center of circulation. the track takes it north east of the carolinas, tuesday morning it will be off the coast of atlantic city 200, 250 miles to the east. that's close enough to produce the large waves and dangerous rip currents. you can see the winds gusting 40 to 50 miles per hour from cape hatteras to the cape cod area in new england. what to expect here? we're confident with at least this for this point jersey shore
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and delaware beaches. monday evening through wednesday morning, waves up to ten feet. rip currents and beach erosion likely, again, 40 to 45-mile an hour gusts. there could be a change if the track shifts closer to the coast. right now we're expecting this, if it shifts closer to the coast, which again is not likely. the impact is greater, 2 to 4 inches of rain for the jersey shore. gusts up 50 to 06 miles per hour and looking at ten foot waves and beach erosion. it's something to watch over the next few days, right now i, fortunately, confident that the storm is a miss out to sea. warm and disiky today, spotty showers -- warm and sticky today, spotty showers, 84. same thing tomorrow 83. monday, clouds and sun, 78. tuesday, cloudy and breeze, 75.
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wednesday through friday, 82, 84, and 82 degrees. fall begins on friday. >> all right, i'm ready. all right folks it's a song and dance on "fyi philly" here are melissa magee and karen rogers with your preview. >> reporter: here's what's come coming up tonight on "fyi philly." we're partnering with the kimmel center for a back stage pass broadway philadelphia. we're behind the curtain and take a exclusive look at philadelphia answer most iconic theater. see how one broadway star is changing children's lives. that's all this weekend on "fyi philly" we hope you join us.
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"healthcheck" now it is the age old question is it safe for women to enjoy a drink while they are price pregnant? the answer is no.
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researchers assess the risk of drinking alcoholic beverages during pregnancy. they found drinking 2 to 3 drinks a week can increase preterm birth by 10%. doctors suggest women refrain from all drinking during peg nancy. new research suggests getting the recommended amount of exercise may help you avoid a stroke. a study found that those who got 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise a week were 30% less likely to have he is -- eschemic stroke. tomorrow is rock and roll half marathon. it takes on a special meaning
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for a south philadelphia woman. she is a two-time cancer survivor. "action news" health reporter and registered nurse ali gorman has the story. >> reporter: when 33-year-old kathy started with her trainer she was going to stick to the gym. but she was encouraged to run away and now she is hooked. this week sarah will run and walk her first half marathon. she also now a runner for research raising money for the american association for cancer research, the race's charity partner. sarah's first encounter with cancer came after college. >> i could feel something in my arm under my arm. >> reporter: the diagnosis was lymphoma, i had tumors in my chest cavity and shadow over my heart from the cancer.
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after 6 months of chemo and two months of radiation, sarah was tumor free until a pap test. >> they did a biopsy and there were cancer cells. >> reporter: it facebook two operations and she beat the cervical cancer. she recently got married and now hopes other runners will join her for the race. >> you can get involved with not only something you love, but something that benefits a lot of people. >> reporter: plus the music keeps runners going. >> all of a sudden you see a blues band or soul band or rock and roll band. it's fantastic. >> reporter: i did the rock abbey roll marathon in nashville earlier this week. in philadelphia it's a whole weekend of events. we wish sara and all the runners good luck and have fun, ali
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gorman channel 6 "action news." >> should be a great event! >> coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast as we leave you with this live picture of the commodore barry bridge. we'll see you after the break. what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee.
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755, it's the weekend, you have plans, chris sowers will let you know how it's looking out there. >> reporter: wave hello to the muggies. warm and humid today spotty shower possible after lunchtime, especially north and west. most of us stay dry, if you have outdoor plans be aware one or two showers pop up. same forecast for tomorrow, warm high of 83. maybe a spotty shower in the afternoon. monday, clouds, sun, 78.
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tuesday is the day where hurricane jose will be off the coast. right now we're posting cloudy and breezy, 75. we'll watch the track of that storm closely. wednesday, 82. thursday and friday, mostly sunny skies both days, highs in the mid 80s. folks we are just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a.," london terror threat at the highest level after an attack on the commuter train. isis saying more bombs out there. protesters and police clash in missouri after an officer was acquitted in the shooting of a black man. we'll tell you what the acquitted officer is saying about the incident. getting your kids ready to go on school mornings can be a struggle for parents and child, we have tips to get your kids up
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and out the door. hope to see you soon philly. >> "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, animals with special needs get new life with the help of a local shelter how to help save they say furry friends in need. we're three weeks into the college football season. you'll hear from the temple head coach in the temple football playbook. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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good morning, america. breaking news, bombing arrest. good morning, america. a man taken in custody in connection with the new london bombing. the threat level now critical. britain bracing for another possible terror attack. london, a city on edge this morning after the subway explosion. >> i turned left and i saw that fireball to my side. >> and the tweet from president trump causing sparks. george getting reaction from britain's prime minister. new overnight violent protests. [ chanting "hands up don't shoot" ] police in riot gear armed with tear gas confront demonstrators angry over the acquittal of a white former police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man after a high speed chase. the cleared


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