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and saying, "we are following the direction of and strictly adhering to all centers for disease control and prevention guidelines in place in response to the ebola virus. we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, but the safety of our customers and employees is our first priority." five airports that will begin additional ebola screen this weekend. >> and today's scare comes on
the day the director for the center of disease control and prevention is sending a dire warning tonight. dr. thomas freedan called ebola the biggest global health threat since aids. a negative test result came on a sheriff's deputy who showed signs on an apartment where the victim was staying. he will be focused on thetçf al infectious disease resuming tomorrow here in philadelphia. among those speaking are the doctors from at lan thlanta eme hospital. could want on nbc 10 and nbc10.com to follow the ebola outbreak. you can read more about the disease and the efforts around the world to stop it. >> new at 11:00, children video taped a sexual encounter. and, tonight, there's a philadelphia police investigation after a boy posted it on social media. the children allegedly involved
only in middle school. nefertiti, you just got new information? >> yes, i just got off the phone with sources that are now confirming that that 1 1-year-old little girl was s forced to have sex after they allegedly blackmailed her. >> tonight, investigators are trying to determine exactly what happens here along the 6500 block of linmore. this, after the principal says call them with some disturbing allegations. two 13-year-old boys had sex with an 11-year-old girl yesterday and recorded it. we're told one of the boys involved taped it on his cell phone and posted the video on instagram. the children involved are all students at the school. the principal learned of the video when another student went up to him today and said it was
posted online. the principal then notified police of the investigation. all they can tell us is that the young girl is being interviewed. the incident occurred along linmore shortly after school. the two male students have been suspended pending further disciplinary action. >> detectives say they just got this case, so it's going to take them days, if not weeks, to sort all of this out. meantime, it would be up to the district attorney to file charges. >> the pilot of a small plane is recovering tonight after overshooting a runway here in burlington, county in lumberton around 9:00 tonight. authorities are investigating but tell us the pilot suffered only minor injuries. >> it's a cool thursday night at university city.
get ready, tomorrow is going to be downright chilly. plus, we're tracking rain. >> let's get the latest for nbc 10 first alert. >> that's right. the iing temperatures will be on the cool side and the afternoon highs will be much cooler, too. right now, we're already in the upper 40s in pottstown. philadelphia area, around 60 degrees now. and some of our suburbs in new jersey already dropping into the low 50s. locally, though, we're drooi. off to our west, we have rain. ay as we end out the week and start the weekend. i'll show you the timing of that and how cool it will be. that's coming up. >> tonight. jurors must think about whether a convicted killer should get the death penalty. today, the montgomery county jury came back with guilty verdict against a man who killed a baby and grandmother. nbc 10's luan khan was in 2
room. >> reporter: first, i should tell you there was no reaction of two counts of first-degree murder. but when his mother got on the stand, he hung his head, he tried to close his eyes, cover his eyes, when his mother started to cry. minutes after he was convicted of withdrew tally killing his 61-year-old grandmother and 10-month-old baby, his mother took the stand to defend him. she says he tried to kill himself by drinking kerosene at age 11. he was not the same when his father was killed in a terrorist attack at age 11. >> giving everything he's been through, he's not an evil person. the defendant has his mother to beg for his life. but that same opportunity was not given by the defendant. >> the jury found him guilty on all charges after he fired his
attorney and defended himself in court for almost two weeks. he tried to convince the jury two other men killed the infant and their grandmother in october, 2012. yesterday, a juror became incapacitated and had to be replaced during deliberations. the jury had to start over this morning, but, at the end of the day, concluded that demuri acted alone. the double murders, the result of a botched kidnapping ransom plot to paid for a gambling habit. the victim's family left the courtroom without talking. attorneys who did not get to defend jon will now try to save his life. >> he didn't help himself out going 180 degrees different than what i would have gone. >> now, prosecutors will argue for the death pepty. testimony continues tomorrow in the sentencing phase of this trial. lu an chan, nbc 10 news.
>> the fire chief at if jersey shore was accused of stealing $10,000. the new chief says that one of his relatives gave him money to return the missing funds. >> more than a year after this inferno destroyed a warehouse in burling ton county, the company is hours away from starting the rebuilding process. there was concern the deli food manufacturer might not stay in the area after the facility burned last labor day weekend. but, tomorrow, dietz&watson will break down. what is an empty lot now will be home to $150 million trucking center and will preserve jobs from the old warehouse. >> two political power houses today to help with the race for pennsylvania governor.
chris christie and hillary clinton joining us live from independence mall tonight where hillary clinton made her case for the challenger, tom wolf. >> reporter: jim, it was a day that many people saw as a preview of 2016. chris christie and hillary clinton, both in pennsylvania, both rallying for support. but, today, the focus was more gubernatorial than presidential. >> taking the stage beneath a huge american flag, there was no doubt this may have been a women for wolf gubernatorial rally, but the biggest star was the one woman who many here expect will run for president in two years. abington voter was among the crowd of 900. >> i heard there was something new. i heard it's a fresh start for pennsylvania. >> from the podium, clinton and wolf both hammered on education and this week, bothe teacher's n
trakts. >> he will invest in education instead of cutting it so all of our kids get the skills they need to come peet. >> it's also a chance for us to make pennsylvania everything that it can be. a pennsylvania where we actually invest in our schools. >> earlier today in wayne, incumbent governor tom corbitt brought in his own star power, nj nnl governor chris christie. turnout will make the race. >> we eliminated a $4.2 billion deficit without raising your taxes. >> i feel good about this race. i think the governors made a real difference in these debates. and i think he's really showing a difference between me and his opponent. >> many acting now to convince undecided voters. >> it's getting the voters out,
getting them energized. >> reporter: at tonight's wolf event, the fear was voter complacency given wolf's lead in the polls. and we should say because so many people wonder, neither christi nor clinton said anything definitive today about their assumed presidential ambition that was certainly on the minds of many people at woet of those events. live tonight at the national constitution center in old city, george spencer, nbc 10 news. >> nwc 10 outside governor corbett's office in center city tonight. police arrested a protester during a demonstration during the school's budget crisis. the decision to cancel its labor contract with the teacher's union. >> out rage tonight in wilmington with unfair conditions attached to a new grant program. nbc 10 was there for youth city
council meeting. $6 million would be sent to struggling schools to get them back on track. but district officials say the fine print says that teachers would have to reapply for their jobs and the state would pick new principals and they could even be privatized. foul, teachers and schools want to work with the state. >> a krchlt c.e.o.'s message fo, don't ask for a raise. >> and a 7-year-old girl forced into pornography by her own mother. tonight, nbc 10 gets exclusive access. >> plus, local dairy queens hacked. tonight, what customers need to know. >> and i'm tracking a much chillier start to your friday, even through the afternoon. then the rain comes as we go into the weekend. i'll show you the timing of that coming up.
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. new at 11:00, her story is all too familiar for the ten people working in the child exploitation unit of homeland security investigations hear in philadelphia. protecting the innocence. nbc 10's vince latansia was granted exclusive and unprecedented access as they track down the most vile, online p pedophiles right here in our area. >> . >> betrayed and disgusted. two years later, this father is still reeling from the exploitation of his seven-year-old daughter. we're concealing his identity to protect hers. the girl's own mother and the mother's boyfriend forced the child to strip naked and expose her genitals in various ways. the mother captured the assaults
on camera. her boyfriend then shared the photos with another online predator in australia. it was that digital exchange that helped uncover the abuse. >> cyber crime has no borders. >> william walker oversees the child exploitation unit at homeland security investigations or h.s.i. >> this team is tirelessly working to try to identify the worst of the worst pedophiles. >> using photos,lxx h.s.i. trac her to a suburban philadelphia home. >> for example, going into wawa, she was walking across to the refrigeratorment i worry every single day that something is going to happen. i do. >> nationally, since 2003, h.s.i. has opened more than 31,000 investigations into child
exploitation resulting in 8,000 criminal indictments. >> the advent of technology, while it's largely used for good and legitimate purposes, presents its challenges in law enforcement in how we try to track down predators and how they can hurt children. >> according to the national center for exploited and missing children, 76% are victimized before they hit puberty. 10% of those are infants and toddlers. puberty. overall, 7 out of 10 child sex abuse victims know their predator. a family friend, coach or a parent. >> we spent a week with the dedicated unit at h.s.i. in our exclusive special protecting innocence on n nbc10.com, we take an unprecedented look in how agents
track down the worst of the worst pedophiles and the dangers they face every day both physically and mentally. >> by the way, the mother and boyfriend that vince talked about, both pled guilty and both are serving 20 years in prison. >> dare queen is the latest retailer to reveal that its customer data has been hacked. 395, or about 10% of its ice cream and fast food restaurants were hit between this month and august. dairy queen says the hackers may have gained access to customer names, credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates. it's offering customers free identity repair services. several stores in new jersey, pennsylvania and delaware are affected. >> a delaware county's couple's bucket list for their newborn child has died. >> they say they feel blessed
their baby could spend his short life with people who loved him. he suffered from a rare birth defect affecting the brain. in the moments after his birth, mom and dad posted these pictures on facebook. that's where they've been documenting his unborn travels. >> the c.e.o. of microsoft is in hot water tonight after saying women do not need to ask for raises. they should, instead, trust the system. he made those remarks during a computing industry. he said women should have faith that the system will give them the right raises as they go along in their careers. the speech did not sit well with
the audience. >> well, another cool start to the day tomorrow. and, through the afternoon, a chilly day for some areas not getting out of the 50s. we'll have clouds around and then some late-day showers, even night showers. these will go through the weekend with the rain lasting. the upper 40s for pottsown, millville coming in the mid to low 50s, upper 50s for dover and wilmington. but we still do have some cloud cover around, all streaming in from the west and we'll continue to see those increase in clouds as we even go into tomorrow. it's all going to be ahead of some rain. so if you look back off to our west, you see the rain and it's all moving in this direction. it won't be here until later in the day tomorrow. basically, this whole line of rain is separating the cool air to our north from the mild air
to our south. so this is what it looks like. the cool temperatures are not too far away from us. the 70s are just south of us, too. we're kind of stuck in the wedge in between. by tomorrow, some of the cooler air to our north will be moving in. that's why some areas may not get out of the 50s tomorrow. it's going to be a chilly day. future weather, now we see the clouds continuing to move in overnight, friday, 9:00 in the morning. the clouds are around but we're dry. and then through the afternoon and into the evening, now we're at 8:00 p.m. we start to see some rain moving in. some of this could be locally heavy and we'll see it continuing over night into saturday morning. the cloud starting off the weekend, too. we should start to see pretty good clearing, especially saturday night and even into sunday. sunday is at least the better day out of the week. so for the eagle's forecast, not until late sunday night, we'll
see the clouds around again. it's possible we could have a few shower's around the area. fshd not be a rainout, but don't be surprised if you're heading to the game and happen to see a shower in the area. cool, 51 philadelphia, 42 areas north and west. tomorrow, we'll see a cloudy, chilly day with late rain moving in, 58-62 degrees. some areas may not get out of the 50s. tomorrow, a chilly end to the week. and them, as we go into saturday, low 60s. by sunday, still the mid to low 60s, so a cool weekend. and then, by next week, we are back in the 70s. john? >> thanks, sheena. the flyer's home opener tonight. can they complete a big comeback against the dechls. that is next. there was no question she was the one.
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>> another slow start for the flyers. for the third straight year, they are 0-2. another defenseman down. could be out a while with a lower body injury. devils with a lead. scoring, didn't score his first goal until the 16th game last season. final minute of the period, wayne simmons gets the flyers to within one. and the wayne train cannot be stopped. that is the last second ot period. simmo simmons, good pass. ties it up, 4-4. but, less than three minutes later, for the f#flyers, dyn flyers, dyna zuberas gives the devils the lead for good. they are 0-2 again.
>> it was a big opportunity to get back in it this weekend. >> good news for the eagles. practices for the first time this week, but he was limited. not sure if he eet's going to p sunday night against the giants. and more trash talk from the giant's. jason's pierre paul says the eagles are 4-1 but easily could be 0-4. his math doesn't add up. i'm john clark and i'll be right back. today? wi-fi access in more places then ever before. all your favorites in the cloud and on every device. a home you control with the touch of a finger. news and entertainment that informs and delights
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three days later, pennsylvania's unemployment rate goes up for the second straight month. under tom corbett, we've fallen from 9th to 47th in job creation. and on september 25th, pennsylvania's credit
is downgraded for the fifth time in two years. why would we give tom corbett four more years? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests, steve carell, julianne hough,