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nbc 10 news starts now. >> another sunny and cold day across our area. but not as windy as it was yesterday. here is a live look at the philadelphia museum of art. enjoy the dry weather for now. we're tracking this system to the south that will bring snow to our area. the final hours of winter. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist britty shipp yneytney shipp is here with the forecast. >> you see the picture behind us on the radar, satellite radar. this is the area of low pressure that will move closer to us and trigger the rain and snow we see as we head into tomorrow. nice and dry today. here is your friday timeline. this will affect your friday morning commute. snow will start between 6:00
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a.m. and 9:00 a.m. slushy snow is expected from 9:00 a.m. to noon. then more of a snow and rain mix from noon until 5:00 p.m. even once all the snow and the rain moves out, we still have the concern of freezing drizzle. already leftover moisture refreezing on the payment. and our streets. you'll want to be very careful even when the snow stops with the possibility of ice forming. we'll keep you updated on what to expect as we head into tomorrow, but as far as today is concerned, temperatures at 26 degrees. in the poconos 33 in allentown. another cold day for us temperatures starting off for philadelphia, 37 degrees, 38 in wilmington and 39 degrees in dover. we head into the rest of today, temperatures will be very similar to what we saw yesterday. staying in the mid-40s. cold by 1:00 p.m. temperatures at 40 degrees. 44 by 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 41 degrees. average for this time of year is 52. we are going to warm back up i'll go over all the details and what you can expect in my seven-day forecast. >> see you in a few minutes. penndot crews are preparing for tomorrow's snow.
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trucks are pretreating route 422 in montgomery county. we're told they will be going up and down the highway throughout the morning. and you want to track when the snow will start and when it will stop? do that on your smartphone or on your tablet with the nbc 10 weather app. a free download you get right now on our website at and we're following new developments in the murder of an overbrook man gunned down while walking his dog. police have been questioning several people and nbc 10's monique braxton is live at police headquarters for us with an update. monique, what can you tell us? >> reporter: hi vai. the high profile murder of 51-year-old james stuhlmaned no only grabbed headline attention, but detectives here on the third floor of the police bureau say it is a top priority of theirs. they have been working around the clock and they hope to get the crime solved as soon as possible. this neighborhood, at 65th and girard was the focus last night.
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sources tell us several guns were taken from a home here. also overnight, a handful of people were questioned by detectives. sources also say a teen as young as 14 is among those being questioned in connection with the murder. now, as you know stuhlman was walking his dog when he was shot once in the chest in overbrook. police tell us they believe it was a robbery attempt. now, commissioner ramsey says there are a critical part of the investigation, that's where they are right now, working on the critical part of the investigation. >> i know we have at least one, possibly two, we're talking to. >> are they related? >> i know that's been reported on the news. but i don't want to do anything until i can absolutely confirm that. >> reporter: now, stuhlman's dog, molly, his flashlight, wallet and cell phone were all found at the crime scene. right now there is a $20,000 reward being offered for not only information leading to an arrest, but the conviction of
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the killer. we'll be back in just about 30 minutes with more on this case. live for now outside police headquarters monique braxton, nbc 10 news. a man was hurt by glass from a broken bottle inside a bar, about a block from lehigh university's campus. this happened around 2:00 in the morning at the tally ho on west 4th street in bethlehem. police tell us the man is being treated for a cut to his neck. so far there are no arrests. lehigh university say the victim was not a student at the school. the fire marshal is looking for the cause of this house fire in pike creek, new castle county this broke out around 2:00 in the morning on maremore court. a family of four was inside at the time. all four made it out safely. the roof over the garage however, did collapse. and the flames destroyed this house. paulsboro high school is reopened today, one day after many students and staff were sickened. school officials made the decision around 4:30 this morning after the department of
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environmental protection checked the air quality. yesterday, fumes from the nearby paulsboro refinery made more than a dozen students and staff sick. a plant spokesperson toll us there was a leak in the tank storing partially refined oil. some parents talked to us and were upset. >> yes, i am very fed up. i cannot believe we have to live like this and then taxes just went up and what's going on? >> the superintendent says the levels were at the very low end of what is considered unacceptable. but he says students were dismissed out of an abundance of caution. this morning, we're hearing from the family of the 26-year-old mother whose body was found in maryland months after she disappeared from mount laurel. prosecutors say investigators discovered erica crippen's body along a rural driveway in sykesville maryland on tuesday. they tell us she was bound with electrical wire and duct tape. crippen disappeared around new year's and days later her husband was charged with her
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murder. with the discovery of her body, the victim's family says they will have closure but they still have questions. >> how could he hurt her? someone you're supposed to love. >> i really want to know what went through kyle's mind. that's what i want to know. i understand that this was his life. he's so -- he dumped her body like trash. >> earlier this week authorities charged crosby's mother with helping to conceal the crime. investigators tell us they poured over thousands of pings from the gps in crosby's car and then narrowed that down to 30 locations. one of those 30 spots is where they eventually found the body beneath the pile of branches. an accident caused by the wind killed a woman from philadelphia. nguyen was known as tina to her friends. she was walking and talking on her cell phone when a sheet of plywood flew off a construction
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site and hit her on tuesday. she fell and hit her head on a wall of a parking garage. the family spokesperson tells nbc 10 that nguyen moved to philadelphia from new york and was planning to get married in july. her fiance released a statement saying, the family and i have decided to burry her in philadelphia. this is the most devastating loss. she was the woman of my dreams. we have an update on the tractor trailer accident at the ben franklin bridge. the drpa just tweeted two lanes of the 676 ramp are open westbound drivers were diverted to fifth street. crews finely lifted that truck upright in the past hour or so. it overturned more than 13 hours ago. about 8:00 last night. the tractor trailer was killed with kiwi fruit. you can still expect delays as crews continue their work at the scene. happening today, likely presidential candidate hillary clinton will be in atlantic
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city. today she'll be at the atlantic city convention center to deliver a keynote address at a conference for summer camp professionals. her speech comes a week after she fended off a flap about using a private e-mail server while she was the secretary of state. dennis williams will deliver his state of the city address. and present a budget to city council tonight. we'll find out if the proposed $151 million budget includes an increase in funding to fight crime. a rise in deadly shootings prompted newsweek to dub wilmington murder town usa. get your dancing shoes ready. the top seeded villanova wild cats are hours away from tip-off in their quest for college basketball's national championship. >> for a first look at the ncaa merchandise in pittsburgh to the arena where teams are practicing before the game stay with nbc 10 for the behind the scenes all access pass next. new details about the investigation into a possible
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use of excessive force at the university of virginia as hundreds rally to support the student who was arrested. and winter is finally winding down. but not without one last snowstorm. i'm tracking what you can expect as we head into your friday. that's coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast.
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more than a thousand students gathered overnight at the university of virginia demanding justice for what they say was the rough arrest of a student there.
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the incident occurred outside a bar on the uva campus in charlottesville. the governor is calling for an investigation. nbc 10's willie geist reports. >> reporter: this video obtained by student newspaper the cavalier daily shows officers with the state department of alcohol beverage control arresting university of virginia student martese johnson, outside an irish pub early wednesday morning. >> i go to uva. i go to uva. i go to uva [ bleep ]. >> reporter: johnson is seen on the ground yelling as officers handcuff him. >> how did this happen? >> reporter: the abc officers say 20-year-old johnson, a member of uva's honor committee, was detand after being refused entry to the bar charging him on two counts obstruction of justice without force and public swearing or intoxication. the virginia department of abc
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saying in a statement, a determination was made by the agents to further detain the individual based on their observations and further questioning. in the course of an arrest being made, the arrested individual sustained injuries. >> thank god martese is able to stand here today. >> reporter: overnight, about 1,000 students gathered on uva's campus demanding justice for johnson. in a protest that was mostly peaceful with a few isolated incidents. johnson who received ten stitches following his arrest spoke at the event. >> we deserve to respect each other, especially in times like this. thank you. >> that was nbc's willie geist reporting. four people have now been arrested in the deadly attack of a museum in tunisia. attackers killed least 23 people and wounded dozens more. police killed two of the gunmen. tunisia's prime minister says one gunman was known to intelligence services but no
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formal link has been established with a particular terror group. gunman with automatic weapons stormed into a restaurant in sweden and opened fire killing two people there and injuring about a dozen others. it is unclear who the attackers were targeting or why. but police say there were no gang members inside the restaurant at the time. according to police, no arrests have been made but several people had been brought in for questioning. now to arizona, where investigators are trying to figure out why an ex-convict went on a rampage that involved a motel shooting a carjacking and a home invasion. police took the man into custody after they say he killed one person and hurt five others. investigators described him as a neo-nazi skinhead who has served three stints in prison. it is tournament time. and one of the most -- one of the calendar's most action packed days of college basketball arrived and one local school has high hopes. keith jones is live in pittsburgh where villanova will
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take on another school from our region. keith, i can't imagine that nova is too worried. >> reporter: the pressure is on villanova. it is an eastern p.a. invasion here in pittsburgh. the pittsburgh post gazette here next to me that's villanova head coach jay wright. next to that the headline it is a coaches' game. they take a look behind me. a whole different picture than what we saw earlier this morning. what a difference a few hours makes. this is the console energy center where the games will be played fans central. we're here in the steel city to give you a behind the scenes look. you're not supposed to see this stuff. look at the merchandise we found. villeneuve why andanova and lafayette with unique fresh gear. the doughnuts, chips and popcorn and the stakes are high for workers here. tens of thousands of people attend all four games, including a huge showing from the delaware
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valley. >> i have a good feel about it. we played them last year. we're down -- we lost by 16 but we're tied with seven minutes to go. guys know the kids. i think they feel pretty good about it. >> back live that lafayette fan knows a chance history could be made tonight. as i said before, the pressure is on villanova, the leopards. they have nothing to lose. our crew has a big day ahead of us here in pittsburgh. we'll hit the ground running, bringing you behind the scenes behind the curtain as it were to experience the ncaa tournament even though you don't have tickets sitting on your couch at home. live in pittsburgh keith jones, nbc 10 news. >> keep taking us behind the scenes. we love seeing stuff we're not supposed to see. thank you, keith. count on live reports this afternoon ahead of tonight's matchup between nova and lafayette. as we follow the winner throughout this tournament. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp.
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>> good morning. we have another cold day on tap for us as we push into your thursday. we are going to see temperatures even on friday staying cold as well. we're tracking snow and then warmer conditions as we head into saturday. a live look outside now. we'll see plenty of sunshine. temperatures in philadelphia 37 degrees, humidity is down to 23% so it is dry right now. but we are going to see moisture increasing ahead of the system that is going to get here. feels like temperature at 30 degrees. still dealing with wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour. not as bad as what we were seeing yesterday. our wind speeds sustained out of the north at nine miles per hour. across the rest of the region 26 in mount pocono. 37 in philadelphia. 36 degree in bensalem. 38 degrees in atlantic city. temperatures not quite as 40 degrees yet for dover and we're at 38 currently in wilmington. here is the system that is going to be moving closer to us as we head into tomorrow. so we'll stay nice and dry throughout the day, thursday, but as we head into tomorrow
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morning, keep this in mind as you make your plans going to work. between the hours of 6:00 and 9:00 we expect the snow to move in. we expect this to affect your friday morning commute. as we head into the rest of the afternoon, the time you head out for lunch, we're talking about widespread snow throughout parts of philadelphia stretching up to allentown, the whole lehigh valley including the poconos. closer to the shore, looks like we'll be seeing rainfall by 1:00 p.m. and then see a bit of a transition period, where this pink line is showing us a rain and snow mix, wintry mix. as we head into the rest of the early afternoon, by the time you head home from work we're dealing with moderate snowfall coming down for parts of philadelphia. that is stretching to the hee high valley as well. we'll continue to see that changeover from snow to more of a wintry mix, eventually to rain and even as this system continues to depart our area closer to 8:00 9:00 the next concern is going to be the possibility of freezing drizzle. you want to be very careful driving throughout the entire day tomorrow. and even once this system starts to taper off, we'll see our temperatures dropping down below
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freezing. so that's going to give any moisture left over there a chance to refreeze and ice over. be very careful. how much snow could we get? 3 to 6 inches say possibility for the poconos and lehigh valley. if you're closer to norristown west chest, philadelphia stretching out to parts of burlington county. camden county gloucester county, 1 to 3 inches. that's the range. right along the shore line cape may to atlantic city we're expecting an inch or even possibly less. we'll see a quick changeover in those locations. as far as today, our temperatures will be very similar to what we saw yesterday, staying in the 40s. well below average. average for this time of year is 52 degrees. almost ten degrees below the average. plenty of sunshine but still chilly. wind speeds out of the west/northwest, 5 to 15 miles per hour with wind gusts up to about 20 miles per hour. seven-day forecast shows another drop in our temperatures as we head into tomorrow with the snow moving in. spring officially starts friday evening. we'll continue to track that snow and rain.
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take a look another what happens on saturday. temperatures recover. we see a little fog to start off your saturday morning. we'll see a high of 53 degrees. we drop back down heading into sunday, 46 and chimply lychilly heading into next week. temperatures stay below average. talk about showing off for the cameras. the police pursuit that turns a motorcycle driver into quite a stunt man. trading-in or selling your car truck or suv? takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, book an appointment.
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honda is adding more than 100,000 vehicles to its u.s. recall of driver side air bags made by takata. they recalled 5.5 million honda and acura cars and suvs nationwide. the air bags deflators can explode and spew shrapnel into drivers and passengers. montgomery county community still in shock after a popular teen suicide. tonight, parents and students come together to talk about mental health. the forum on suicide prevention is hosted by the group minding your mind. they teach mental health education and have been inundated with calls from parents certain concerned with their own children. so many people logged on to the site looking for answers and nfbs. >> trying to inform the public how to help your children and the importance of getting to
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kids at an early age. >> tonight's forum is open to the public. it begins at 7:00 on the campus of bryn mawr college. is it winter's last laugh? just hours before spring is set to begin, we're tracking snow. live look now at camelback mountain in the poconos. brittney will break down the timing of the snow and what to expect to see where you live just ahead. the latest secret service scandal will ignite capitol hill today. the tough questions directed toward joe clancy.
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nbc 10 breaking news. we're following breaking news, skyforce10 is launched and hovering over atlantic city high school. this is a live picture now. and that's what police tell us a large fight has broken out. we're not sure how many people were hurt. but police tell us the security guard at the high school here
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was taken to the hospital. we're going to find out more information. we're making phone calls from the newsroom to get the updates and bring them to you as soon as we get them. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> meanwhile you saw in that shot, from atlantic city there is bright sunshine. here is a live look now at center city philadelphia. bundle up very cold weather for last full day of winter as we look out at the comcast building there. and check this out. we're tracking a system to the south that will bring snow it our area for the final hours of winter. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist brittney shipp is here with the forecast. even in the last hour. old man winter will take a swing at us. >> down to the last hours tomorrow. so we are going to see spring officially starting tomorrow evening, but first we have to get through this last snow system. but our current temperatures now, still on the cold side. below average for this time of year. today staying in the 40s and starting off now in the 30s. 37 degrees in philadelphia.
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33 now in pottstown. low 30s in allentown. 39 degrees in dover. 37 in wildwood. still breezy not as windy as what we saw yesterday. our temperatures will stay down about 10 degrees below average. 40 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 44 as you head home from work. still in the low 40s. cold conditions for today. we gear up for the next system here, it will transition towards us as we're sleeping overnight tonight. by the time you wake up tomorrow morning, we'll be dealing with snow in our area. we expect the snow to move in between the hours of 6:00 and 9:00 a.m. as you head out to lunch, widespread snow for parts of philadelphia to the suburbs. lehigh valley to the poconos. a wintry mix as you get close to atlantic city and more rainfall closer to cape may at 2:00 p.m. also i'll go over how much snowfall you can expect to see in your neighborhood and when this entire system will move out. that's coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast. >> thank you brittney. penndot crews are preparing for tomorrow's snow.
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trucks are pretreating route 422 in montgomery county. they're doing that right now and they'll be going up and down the highway throughout the morning. and you'll want to track when that snow is going to start, when it is going to stop. you can do that on your smartphone or your tablet with the nbc 10 weather app. a free download. and you can get it right now at our website, we continue to follow developments this morning in the murder of an overbrook man. 51-year-old james stuhlman was shot and killed last week while walking his dog. police have been questioning several people in his death. nbc 10's monique braxton is live for us at police headquarters with an update on the search for the killer. monique, what can you tell us? >> reporter: hey, vai. solving this high profile murder case is a top priority of detectives who spent the last with days now working around the clock on the third floor at police headquarters and near the crime scene. new information we covered this morning. this investigation into the death of 51-year-old james
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stuhlman took crime scene teches to this neighborhood at 65th and girard. sources tell us several guns were taken from a home. also overnight, a handful of people were questioned by detectives. sources tell us a teen as young as 14 is among those questioned in connection with stuhlman's murder. now, he was walking his dog one week ago, when shot in the chest in what police believe was a robbery attempt in overbrook. commissioner ramsey updated us on developments overnight. >> we're in a very critical part of the investigation. we are making good progress in the investigation. very tragic homicide that took place last week. >> reporter: stuhlman's dog molly, his flashlight a wallet and cell phone were all found at the scene. they don't believe the murderer got away with anything. right now there is a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest as well as the
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killer of this 51-year-old resident of overbrook. we should also tell you that we will be following the investigation. any developments in this case you can count on nbc 10 to have it for you. live outside police headquarters monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. we have breaking news. new information is being released in a police involved shooting in philadelphia back in december. philadelphia district attorney seth williams is at the podium. let's listen in. >> -- the police shooting death of mr. brandon tate brown last december. this is a solemn occasion an emotional one. the loss of any life is very sad. but it is heart breaking when a mother has to bury her child. so my heart goes out to the family and friends of mr. brandon tate brown, especially his mother whom i met with in
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the past i spoke with her and i spoke with her this morning in my office. as a district attorney however, my role is to dispassionately examine the evidence and apply the law. i have stood here many times before and i have explained to you that each case must be judged on its own unique facts, on the law that applies to that case. my duty is to make the charging decision based on the facts of the case without regard to friendship politics public pressure or race. in this case the facts show a tragedy. a terrible tragedy. but not a crime. i'm going to explain this morning why that is with a brief overview of the evidence. and then with the more detailed
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presentation. now i have to start by saying the evidence is not as some people have portrayed in media reports. this was not the case of an unarmed man shot while running away. it is a case of a struggle and of mr. brandon tate brown's attempt to get his illegal gun. we know this not just because the police said so but because the facts were confirmed by the contemporaneous accounts of several civilian eyewitnesses. by video, by physical evidence and by dna testing. the witnesses didn't know each other. they had different advantage points and gave statements almost immediately after the incident. on the early morning of december 15th, at about 2:45 a.m. mr. brandon tate brown was driving
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on frankfurt avenue in the mayfair section of our city. he was driving with his daytime running lights on but not his headlights. we have video showing the car. police signaled him to pull over and he did. mr. gillisen. after the police approached the car, one on each side one of them saw a gun between the passenger seat and the console. the gun was recovered there immediately after shooting and photographed. dna testing of the gun was positive for mr. brandon tate brown. now, this is a very difficult car stop scenario. the officer indicated to his partner that there was a gun. and the police told mr. tate brown to exit the car. but at that point he began
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struggling with the officers. he broke away from them three separate times. he did not just walk away however, or put up his hands. instead, he went around the car, toward the passenger side where he tried to reach inside to the place where he knew he had put his gun. that has been that is when one of the officers fired his weapon from behind the car and to the left. the bullet struck mr. tate brown in the head killing him almost instantly. the law governing this section, the law that governs how i have to analyze this type of case is section 508 of the pennsylvania crimes code. that section addresses the use of force by law enforcement. it provides for the use and it allows for the use of deadly force if the officer reasonably
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believes that it is necessary to use that force to prevent the use of deadly force against himself, other officers or civilians. in other words the use of force here was criminal only if there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the officer did not have a reasonable belief that the suspect was reaching for a weapon. i believe the evidence to the contrary. the officer's actions here do not constitute a crime under section 508. again, what transpired in the early hours of december 15th was a tragedy. it was not a crime. let me walk you through a presentation of some of the details. to my left -- >> listening to district attorney seth williams basically exonerating the police officer involved in the
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police-related shooting of mr. brandon tate brown back on december 15th after a traffic stop. mr. brown had a weapon with him, according to eyewitnesses, and dna testing exonerates the police officer from any wrongdoing in the death of mr. brandon tate brown. and meanwhile, checking out our top stories right now, a man was hurt by glass from a broken bottle inside a bar about a block from lehigh university's campus. this happened around 2:00 this morning at the tally ho on west fourth street in bethlehem. police tell us the man is being treated for a cut to his neck. so far there have been no arrests. lehigh university police say the victim was not a student at the school. and two lanes of the 676 ramp are now back open following a tractor trailer accident at the ben franklin bridge. crews finally lifted that tractor trailer upright about an hour or so ago. this had overturned there overnight. the tractor trailer is filled with kiwi fruit.
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and you can expect some delays there as they continue to work on the scene throughout the day. and it is just about tournament time. final preparations under way in pittsburgh where villanova will take on another team from our area, the lafayette leopards. workers were busy putting out merchandise for both teams this morning. the concession stands are filled with snacks. tens of thousands of people will attend all four games in pittsburgh today, many of those fans of course from the delaware valley. and we have new information this morning about that tanker explosion in new jersey that happened last month. the delaware river port authority now say that the driver was driving carelessly and had two driver's licenses. we're still reviewing the full accident report and look for more details later on today on nbc 10 news. problems are mounting for the secret service over the alleged drunken crash at the white house involving two senior agents. the agency's director released a new statement this morning. nbc's kristen welker has an
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update for us. >> reporter: as secret service director joseph clancy prepares to face lawmakers today, there is fresh outrage. congressman jason chaffetz says the two surveillance tapes do not clearly show that happened the night of march 4th when two secret service agents allegedly drove on to the white house grounds inebriated. >> when we asked can we see a different angle, are there other cameras, the director said he wasn't sure they had the tapes, they may have been erased. erased? are you kidding me? >> reporter: chaffetz who chairs the committee says it is unclear whether other cameras captured other angles. >> it is more than a week after the incident and the secret service director doesn't even know if there is a tape of the incident. that is just so inexcusable. >> reporter: this comes after clancy faced a fierce grilling on capitol hill earlier this
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week when he acknowledged he wasn't told about the incident for five days and was informed by an anonymous source. >> i'm frustrated. i'm very frustrated. ? . >> you can't run an agency like this or any other agency unless you have discipline in the ranks. >> maybe some people need to be sent to the mojave desert. >> reporter: clancy was brought in to reform the agency after a series of security breaches, including when a man with a knife made it inside the white house. now clancy is facing his first big test. >> that was nbc's kristen welker reporting. no response to secret service about the latest development. important to point out the secret service agents were driving at a low rate of speed and did not damage their car. they have both been placed into new positions pending the outcome of the investigation. clancy will be questioned about all of it when he faces lawmakers again today. new york city cab drivers it
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looks like you've been outnumbered. vehicles you can see more of on the streets in the big apple. i'm tracking a cold thursday and as we head into friday snow. final hours of winter. i'll have your fring outlook forecast forecast, all coming up in a bit.
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jacklyn: our middle schools have classes that are devoted for test prep. my kids only have a half a year science and a half a year social studies to make room for preparing for the test. gina: we have no after-school programs, we have no freshman sports, we have no extra anything... okaikor: we're cutting those programs to make way for test prep. and we're not taking in to all the other things that makes a child whole. gina: we are setting our kids up to fail.
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a motorcycle rider leads police on the wild chase on streets of california. they're trying to pull him over
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for reckless driving when he suddenly took off at a high speed. at one point, pulls off his daredevil moves standing on the seat of the bike hands up in the air. the suspect reached speeds of 100 miles an hour. barely avoided several collisions along the way. finally surrendered to police at a gas station. target is close to settling a lawsuit with customers afected by a huge data breach in 2013. according to court documents filed yesterday, target agreed to a $10 million settlement. awards will be capped at $10,000 per victim. target said the breach affected as many as 40 million credit and debit card accounts. the iconic new york city yellow taxicab is starting to take a back seat to uber. new stats show there are now more registered uber cars in new york city than yellow taxis. data released by the city's tax and limousine commission. but don't get the wrong impression. uber isn't taking over new york city just yet. uber drivers largely work part time, while yellow cabs are on
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the road 24 hours a day. are you living the best life you can be living? how can you take your experiences from good to great? that's the mission of a one-day conference taking place this sunday. nemi davis is here to talk about an event he's hosting this weekend called the step into greatness, he's here with the co-founder of universal companies with her husband, the legendary music producer kenny gavel. thank you for being here. you're a business man who found some success at a young age. tell us about how that happened. >> i would say ultimately started with my mom telling me hey, son, you can make it happen. for years i've been a entrepreneurship trying to create a path for myself but trying to create a path for others. >> your goals shifted a bit, so tell us about that. >> my goal shifted to philanthropy because my mom told me the importance of getting it back and trying to ease other
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people's burdens and pain so we created a lot of programs that promote homelessness and youth development. >> tell us about the event that you have coming up. >> we're so excited about it. it is a one-day conference that will encourage and motivate our guests to reach their goals and dreams through the action steps presented by the panelists. we want to create communal engagement through entrepreneurship and philanthropy. >> people like me who grew up in the '70s and 80s, we know your husband's music well. you can be selective in where you put your resources. so why did you choose this particular one to help them? >> when you're working with someone or you met someone who particularly as young as nehemiah is and he's interested in bettering the lifestyles of individuals who are underserved, it is a natural fit that there is so many of our youth who are
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not privy to certain information, where they can better themselves through entrepreneurship or even networking with individuals who have made it in their fields. their perspective fields. >> we cover so many stories on a daily basis of young people out there, doing crazy stuff. what is this young man say to you about the future of young people in this country? >> well you know because of the story that just recently occurred on the news we were talking about it in the green room, and that they just don't get it and they don't have the outlet, they don't have the information that we provide to you through our boys to men program. if there were more programs within the communities, i think that we would have less than what you -- what is being reported here today. >> i know everybody that is watching is probably wondering how old you are. tell us how old you are. >> i'm 27. >> 27 years old. already a successful businessman
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and a foundation that is going and great event on sunday. you have a lot happening in your life. >> yes. >> all right, step into greatness is happening this sunday, march 22nd, at the venice island performing arts center on rector street. registration starts at 11:00 a.m. bit way, our own brittney shipp is taking part in that event on an entrepreneur panel at that conference. good job on you, on securing brittney. nehemiah davis, thank you for coming in. >> my pleasure. >> all right. >> i'll be there on sunday. it is a great cause. closer look at that we're going to be dealing with as we head into the rest of today. a cold day on tap for us. temperatures stay below average once again. only warming into the low to mid-40s. then we're tracking snow as we head into your friday. but warmer conditions on saturday. closer look outside now, looks really nice but that's going to change 24 hours from now.
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for philadelphia we're seeing temperatures at 37 degrees, mix of sun and clouds. our humidity is down our humidity is going to start to go up as well. feels like temperature at 30 degrees. wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour. dealing with a bit of a windchill. not as bad as yesterday. live look. as we head to tomorrow morning, we'll see snow in our area and it will last throughout the entire day. our current temperatures at 26 degrees in mount pocono. 33 in allentown. 33 in pottstown. temperatures in the high 30s now. wilmington, 39. dover, 39 degrees in wildwood. this is a system that will bring us the snow the wintry mix and also the rainfall as we head into friday. you'll notice as it continues to progress throughout tonight, closer to our region friday 8:00 a.m. that's when we see the snow moving n the true window is from 6:00 to 9:00. mostly snow for most people as we head into your 12:00 hour. to start snow from allentown to
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philadelphia as far reaching as dover. as we progress we go to the rest of the evening hours. it is mainly accumulating snow for philadelphia. suburbs, lehigh valley to the poconos. those are the areas that will see the highest snowfall amounts. we'll see the snow switching over to rainfall if you live closer to the shore. cape may to atlantic city. and more of a wintry mix for parts of south jersey. as we head into your 9:00 hour most of the moisture moves out of here. still dealing with the threat of freezing freezing drizzle. either way you cut it be careful throughout most of your friday. how much snow will we get? 3 to 6 inches for the poconos and lehigh valley. montgomery, bucks county, 1 to 3 inches. that extends down to burlington county. gloucester camden cape may. those are all included in that 1 to 3 inch category. and then if you take a closer look as you move closer to atlantic city dover, southward, one inch or less. so we're not going to see as
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much snowfall in those locations. temperatures for today, staying below average, between 42 and 45 degrees. sunny and chilly conditions wind speeds out of the west/northwest. seven-day forecast shows another drop in temperatures especially that snow starts to move in. so it is really going to feel like winter once again on your friday with the snow and the rain and the temperatures dropping down to 37 degrees. but if you look at saturday we start to dry out, temperatures return closer to average at 53 degrees on sunday. 46 and then heading into next week, another cold blast expected. temperatures staying in the low 40s on monday.
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taxpayers here in our area this afternoon on nbc 10 news at 4:00. now to an update on one of our top stories. police are following new leads in the murder of a dog walker. crime scene technicians went to a neighborhood at 56th and girard where sources say police removed several guns from a home. 51-year-old james stuhlman was walking his dog a week ago when he was shot during that -- what police believe was a robbery attempt in overbrook. now britneytney shipp is here with a last look at the weather. >> plenty of sunshine but still cold. feeling like winter. doesn't feel like we're winding down. a closer look at the radar shot. the next system will bring us snow as we head into tomorrow. so by tomorrow morning, we should see snow in our area. be careful over the morning commute and the evening commute where we expect the precipitation to pick up. we'll see it switching over to rain and then freezing drizzle a concern for us as well. be careful as you make your friday plans.
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driving around tomorrow. >> be careful coming and going, morning and afternoon. thanks for watching nbc 10 news at 11:00.
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>> daniel: check on brady black every four hours. melanie's visiting with him now. if she's still there in another hour or so you just shoo her out. he needs his rest. >> understood. >> daniel: yeah, thank you. >> abigail: daniel, hey. >> daniel: hey. >> abigail: hi, i just talked to my mom. she said she heard that brady was admitted. what's wrong? >> daniel: yeah, it's no big deal. turns out he's fine. going home in the morning. you know, i will let him, uh tell you about it. >> abigail: oh. >> daniel: yeah. >> abigail: okay. i'll let my mom know. she was really worried. >> daniel: i care about you and both of your kids. i always will. but i really hate it when you tell me not to be involved especially when you're the one who brought me into this. now, i can tell you're lying. and i am worried about you. how, uh--how are things with


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