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thursday, june 30. here's what's coming up for you. and whether teens playing with a gun leads to tragedy in germantown. a 13-year-old is dead. we're learning about the terrorists allegedly involved in the attack of istanbul as america tightens up it's own security. >> jersey is the cheapest place to buy gas in the area by tomorrow. >> let's go over to dave and karen with weather and traffic. >> reporter: it's going to be a beautiful day, we have sunshine
up over the hydrogens. the neck batch of clouds out in ohio and not looking all that impressive. 70 degrees in philadelphia. 60 in allentown. 61 in reading. 63 in wilmington, 70 in cape may. dewpoints are in the 50s in almost all of our area which means the humidity is pretty much gone not an issue, it is more of an issue down south in dover and cape may, but not too bad overall. as we roll through the day, it's going to be warm, but the humidity behaving itself. 10:00 a.m., 78, not too shabby. noon, 83 at 3:00 p.m. 83 at 6:00 p.m. later in the evening and in the overnight hours we'll feel the humidity pop up and tomorrow it could koby with spotty drenching
downpours and thunderstorms. i'll have that on future tracker 6 and the weekend call he and a change for the 4th of july. >> reporter: it was nice, we didn't want you to change it. let's head outside, 202 we have construction light volume, you can see the cones set up and construction crews out here. you mean ahead they are blocking the right lane, cones are set up ahead. 202 and paoli pike you have crews doing their job. we have an issue with the downed tree phoenixville pike spring mill drive and a warner lane. stick to route 29 as the alternate of that one. let's go outside, the vine continues to be closed. we're seeing cars moving westbound. it's closed overnight westbound and eastbound not seeing any traffic at this point. we'll be in the process of reopening those westbound lanes. northeast extension between
quakertown and lehigh valley, we have problems with lane blockages, as well. in new jersey, 42 northbound between 55 and 295. three lanes blocked, tons of construction they are blocking the ramp from creek road to 42. tam. >> thank you, karen. a 13-year-old boy is dead he was part of a group of teens playing with a gun in a germantown home. the gun ended up going off and the child was shot in the face. annie mccormick is live at police headquarters with the full story. >> reporter: good morning, tamala, investigators are working this case trying to figure out exactly what happened early evening yesterday that led to the death of this young teenager. now, there are reports that a teenager did turn himself in with a family member. we are still waiting to hear more from homicide detectives. just before 5:30 p.m. police responded to the backyard of a property on east walnut lane,
there 13-year-old son was found shot in the face barely alive. >> words is unexplainable, he was too young to die, he don't deserve it. >> reporter: the teen died at the hospital. "action news" was there as his family processed the news. detectives and crime scene investigators focused their attention on the backyard where the young man was found it is believed he was with several friends. he may have been playing with the friends when the gun went off. >> it's the first time, i ever heard somebody got shot. >> reporter: there is expected to be a vigil in the neighborhood tonight at 35:30 p.m., we're hoping to hear from investigators today. reporting from outside the police round house, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> new this morning, a man is
recovering from being shot in both legs, it happened on the 600 block of george street in norristown at 11:30 p.m. he is in serious, but stable condition. >> the search continues for a suspect wanted for the stabbing and holdup of a camden cab driver. we told you about this attack on "action news" yesterday morning. the driver remains in the hospital, he is expected to make a full recovery. police have released this surveillance video that shows the suspect squeezing out of a passenger window and running off after the cab crashed into a park car. his family said he crashed on purpose in hopes of getting help. details are emerging about the three terror itses who carried out the deadly suicide attack on tuesday. they blew themselves up where travelers have yet to be screened in the area killing 42
people. >> well destroy the terrorist group isil. >> reporter: president obama pledged aid to turkey as we are learning more about the attack. this is the face of the attacker wearing a winter jacket on a summer day. on the surveillance video you can see a terrorist taken down by a police officer who approaches and run as he sees him detonate his suicide vest. a man pulled his wife into a storage room and locked the door. >> that's when i found the tea kettle with hot water, if he opened the door, my last resort would be dumping the water in his face giving her a chance to run. >> if anybody here believes that u.s. homeland is
hermitically sealed, or daesh or isis thinks that i don't believe that. >> what's on the outside of an airport and glass with an explosive like that is going to cause more damage from a fragment standpoint that's going to inflict mass casualties. >> reporter: airports are a target of terrorists 6 in the last year, now we're hearing from many major airports they intend to crease security. iraq defense ministry said a convoy of 500 vehicles were hit as they were fleeing the city of fallujah and believe 250 isis fighters were killed.
fallujah was the last major stronghold in western iraq. gas tax in the state of new jersey, if approved it would come up to 23 cents a gallon. the money would go to improving roads and bridges and mass transit. governor chris christie said the gas tax increase would come with a decrease in the sales tax from 7 to 6%, the decrease would be phased in over a year and half. >> you'll see 100-dollar increase per driver in the gas tax, 400 plus tax saves for the sales tax cut that's why we're doing it and that's why it's called tax fairness. >> the plan has been endorsed
by antitax crusaders. city council will present members of muhammad ali's family to recognize him as the greatest of all times. ali passed away at the age of 64. things are taking shape for the democratic national convention, work is underway inside the wells fargo center where the convention will takes place and we learned how camden will share in the festivities, a concert will takes place on july 28. it's the final day of the convention it will feature lady gaga and lenny kravitz and gentleman'sy jeff. tickets will be given out by invitation only. precarious position.
children are among those who are carefully walked down from the top of a stuck rollercoaster. >> twitters ravaged farmlands in parts of the midwest. >> reporter: winds are light this morning, you'll notice they are out of the west instead of the south, that's ushering humidity for a good portion of the day. later tonight it will get stickier again. a change for tomorrow and a bit of a change for the 4th of july, as well. that's ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
>> a tornado was caught on camera as it raked across rural iowa yesterday. it snaps off trees and roof of a she had. high winds and hail damaged crops. >> time to see what's in store, yesterday started off muggy, but yesterday afternoon was gorgeous. >> reporter: the same sort of pattern is in place today across the region, tam. >> all right.
>> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we are indeed dry. as we look outside, we're looking at the red white and blue on top of the center city skyscrapers as we're getting ready for the holiday weekend early with the right type of lighting. 70 degrees, dewpoint in the 50s, yesterday it was up in the mid 60s, this is an indication it's not all that humid. winds out of the west/northwest at 7 miles per hour. light, but out of the direction that helps us out humidity-wise. you can see cloud cover in ohio, but generally speaking we're looking at good conditions out there and staying that way today. 78 degrees by 10:00. through 8 to 10:00 a.m. if you have any business to get done you're in good shape. noon, 83. 3 approximate -- 3:00 p.m., 87. 87 in reading, 87 in trenton, 85 in millville.
low # 0s in dover. on the beach, low 80s, 71 in the ocean water. down south it might feel humid especially in places like cape may. sunny and nice, afternoon sea breeze, uv index running high with all the sun, high temperatures, 79 and 80. 7 is in the ocean off atlantic city at this hour. 73 off the coast of rehoboth beach, low 80s in delaware, again the uv index running high. future tracker 6 picks up the story tomorrow. overnight tonight into the tomorrow morning, the humidity leaves rise, by the time we get into late morning and early afternoon, maybe early in the morning there's a chance of a pop-up shower, because the humidity is high and the moisture content of the air is high, there's a chance of a downpour. moving from 12 to 5:00 p.m., the molds again showing it's not raining all the time, but when it it is you could get a pocket of heavy rain and maybe strong
gusty thunderstorms here and there. we get into the evening, again, it's spotty, but there's a chance of some of this around. the placement of this on the model is not exact. for example tomorrow night at 8:00, as the phillies are trying to play, there may or may not be something over philadelphia. but it's something we have to watch out for. 11:00 p.m. there's this action going on, the may be until the wee hours of the morning when we get this out. 87 is the high, tomorrow at times you'll see a shower or thunderstorm. it will feel more humid, high of 86. looms that's all over in time for saturday. saturday, mostly sunny, nice, 84. beautiful on sunday, 86. a little bit of a change for the 4th. there's a system coming at us from the southwest. looks like it's coming faster for the models. 4th of july monday, sun and clouds, 85 is the high, there's a chance of a late day or evening shower or thunderstorm. we're hoping that doesn't come
fast enough where it can hinder fireworks, but we can't guarantee it at this point. tuesday, 86 the high there, clouds an sun on wednesday. when we're not on the air you can get traffic information at 6abc.com/weather. tomorrow will be a day to keep the storm tracker 6 live app handy and check with "action news" before you head out at night. >> i have it when it's calm and clear. good for you. 8 people had to be rescued when they became stranded midway in oklahoma city. the silver bullet was stuck and firefighters to walk people down the ride to safety. take a close look at the surveillance pick you pictures, authorities say this man is
responsible for ten bank robberies, he always covers his face and always has a gun. witnesses caught a glimpse of the suspect during the robbery. police released this sketch. if you recognize the man, fbi would want to hear from you. two men claim they were sexually abused by sandusky back in the 1980s. one of the victims claims he told the former penn state coach about the sandusky abuse back in 1976. he asked the judge to protect his identity. ncaa said it doesn't want to publicly identify the men, but if their claims are true, ncaa said it would help the defense in the lawsuit. innovative new research discovers a novel way to get all the shampoo out of the bottle. up next, a major milestone
there, too, with low humidity. 42 traffic coming up from creek road looking okay at this hour no big problems, a ton of construction on 42. it's causing headaches in the overnight hours. three lanes blocked northbound between 355 and 295. they are blocking the ramps on 42. a mess of a an early morning commute. vine street expressway is eopened. westbound/eastbound overnight construction has cleared. the crews will be back again tonight at 11:00 p.m. on the northeast extension we have construction blocking the right lane in each direction, i know they try to block lanes in the overnight hours when people are not out, it makes it tricky to commute. democrats in colorado nominated two transgendered women to run in the senate and
congressional district. both candidates say their gender identities were not major factors in the primary contests. >> taking a look at business, temporary relief for puerto rico. yesterday the u.s. senate passed a rescue bill for the island territory that creates oversight board to control the massive debt. puerto rico defaulted on the dead three times this year. markets were up at the closing bell. this morning, the dow is looking up, but the nasdaq and s&p 500 are pointing lower. walmart is offering a month of free ship to go get people to consider a new subscription program called shipping pass. now walmart, shipping pass would cost you $50 a year compared to
amazon that's $99 a year. nano tech researchers say they have created a new plastic coating that can get all the shampoo of the bottle. they have engineered a solvent that would make plastic bottle repel all tickets this would help stop waste, if it repels it, when you open the bottle, did it fly out of the bottle. >> they should do it for ketchup bottles. crash involving teens and alcohol. deadly child's play, teens handling a gun ends up firing on a 13-year-old, we're live with the details. >> a huge sinkhole opened up on
flames and pull out one of his friends. teens admitted to drinking alcohol at the party, but somehow the driver managed to pass a field sobriety test right before the crash happened. a trooper was caught in new orleans body slamming a man in bourbon street. he had just finished shift and asked to step into a bar because michael hoffman refused to leave. police are not identifying the trooper and say there is no need for an investigation, they say hoffman wasn't listening to the state trooper or his own brother seen in the black shirt. repeatedly asking him to leave and he wouldn't. hoffman faces a number of charges including public intoxication. >> 4:57. all new on "action news," the victims of the orlando nightclub shooting live on in a powerful