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>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. right now at 11:00, nbc 10 first alert weather radar is tracking storms moving out of our area. that doesn't mean we've seen the last of the wet weather. this is what it looked like as the storms moved into philadelphia's may fair section earlier tonight. we saw rain wind and even some lightning. good evening. you can expect a wet week ahead. let's turn things over to our first alert meteorologist. what can we expect for our morning commute? >> another round of rainfall as we head into tomorrow morning. here's a closer look at the radar. we are still dealing with rain currently moving out of our
region here. we're also seeing to the south of allen town more rainfall coming down. look at this batch of moisture that's going to continue to track to the east. as you're sleeping overnight, you are probably going to hear the thunder and see the lightning lightning. we'll continue to see more rainfall through our region. by the time you wake up tomorrow morning, closer to 5:00 a.m. our best chance of seeing rainfall or heavy downpours will be pushing into dover, parts of philadelphia. this is going to continue on and off throughout the day on monday. this is the first chance of showers that's going to continue throughout most of the week. into tomorrow, all the areas highlighted in yellow here so most of the entire area has a chance to see severe storms. we could see wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour. hail will be a possibility with heavy downpours. make sure you bring your umbrella with you. this is the first day of many days to come with a chance of showers or storms.
i'll go over all the details coming up in my full forecast. >> get weather and traffic updates before you leave for work tomorrow morning, beginning at 4:00 a.m. i looked outside, and there was a river out there. >> more than 12 million gallons of water fill the streets of a west philadelphia neighborhood this morning when a water main burst. hours later, families are still dealing with the devastation. some were forced out of their homes, while others have damaged cars and are living in dangerous conditions. nbc 10's randy joins us live at the scene. you lived this is not the first time a water main has flooded this particular neighborhood? >> reporter: denise neighbors say this is the fourth time it's happened. now, it is blamed on a pipe more than is century old. the water came up to your chest
on the street. you can see what it did to the cars on the intersection. busted out the windows. the engine blocks are ruined. worse, the water flows into the basements, going through the low-lying windows in people's homes. it looked and felt like a raging river. incredible. nobody was injured, but 12 million gallons of water had to go somewhere, and gravity sent much of it underground. >> if you look downstairs -- >> reporter: steve johnson's basement totally flooded. the water nearly trapping his cat, destroying valuables, then continuing to the living room. >> then the water starts coming through the back door and it got bad. >> reporter: a few doors down the current made its way into this family's basement window. they said it broke through the window, came into the basement flooding this whole area. it's about ten feet tall, and they say the water came all the way up to the ceiling. almost making it into the
upstairs behind me. >> a pool. >> reporter: looked like a pool? >> yes. >> reporter: three young children live in this house. the family refuses to stay since there is no electricity and it smells terrible. >> i'm not sleeping here tonight. they need to put me and my family up in a hotel tonight. >> reporter: philadelphia city hall could not answer questions tonight about what damage would be covered and who will pay for it all. many residents don't have insurance. >> i hope the city steps up and makes it easy for us. i'm pretty sure thighey can do it. >> reporter: this church opening their doors and offering meals. >> a lot of people aren't insured, so you have to start all over from scratch. >> reporter: now, a shelter was opened for residents, but many are choosing to stay with family and friends. some of them sticking it out. in these homes now, no electricity. they say the red cross was very helpful today. again, it's unclear what damage
is going to be covered by the city or by insurance. you combine all these cars with the damage inside the homes, and it will be expensive. live in west philly randy gyllenhaal nbc news. police have two people in custody after a man was stabbed to death in the parking lot of an apartment complex. it happened at the salem crossings. the victim was taken to the hospital where he died. police made an arrest in connection with a hit and run that left a pedestrian in critical condition. police in aston delaware county arrested the driver on outstanding warrants not related to the accident. an arrest warrant for the hit and run of a 52-year-old woman late last night is pending. it happened as she was crossing oregon avenue at south philadelphia. the victim is in the hospital in critical condition. an armed man barricaded
inside an assisted living facility in montgomery county is in police custody. officers responded this afternoon. the man surrendered peacefully and no shots were fired. from our delaware bureau to 4-year-old girl died after falling into a retention pond. it happened at the george wilson community center in newark. police believe the girl wandered away from the center where a private party was being held. police have identified the parents of a toddler left behind at splash world in camden county. park workers found the 3-year-old last night. the child's parents contacted police this morning, about 11 hours later. turns out, there was confusion about which relative was supposed to be watching the child. police are not charging the parents, but state welfare workers will evaluate the case before returning the child back to her parents.
the trial is set to begin tomorrow for a philadelphia day care worker accused of leaving five children inside a car while she went shopping. karen thompson is charged with child endangerment. prosecutors say she left the kids ages six months to 9 years s old, alone while she went to shop last july. according to investigators the kids were in the car at least 30 minutes but not seriously hurt. more than a dozen officers in texas are off the job tonight, one day after their headquarters came under attack. a man sprayed the dallas police building with gunfire, planted pipe bombs and rammed the police car with an armored vehicle. a sniper later killed the gunman. no officers were hurt but 14 are placed on leave while en investigators dig into the case. the same gunman was arrested two
years ago after threatening to shoot up churches and schools. nine days after two convicted killers broke out, investigators believe they cut their way out using tools left behind my contractors. then they returned the equipment each night to the toolboxes so nobody knew what they were up to. neighbors are hoping they're caught soon. >> how do you sleep at night? >> very, very lightly. >> prison worker joyce mitchell charged with helping the men escape faces years in prison herself. investigators say mitchell agreed to pick up the men after their jailbreak but backed out after having a panic attack. while the men could be anywhere at this point, officials believe they're still likely in new york state, near that prison. investigators are searching for the cause of a fire that damaged several homes in northeast philadelphia late this afternoon. this video from an nbc 10 viewer shows smoke and flames coming
from the roof of one of the town homes. the fire started before 4:00 on the 3500 block of wood haven road. investigators tell us no residents were hurt. several firefighters were treated for heat exhaustion. i'm tracking more storms heading our way tonight and as we head to work tomorrow. i'll let you know what to expect for your morning commute. plus what's in store in my seven-day forecast. plus, not welcomed here. we'll tell you why a jersey shore mayor banned visitors from coming into town. another travel nightmare. airline passengers are outraged after their flight was diverted and they were forced to sleep in military barracks. dropping like mayflies. the dangerous impact this insect has had on a local town.
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visitors and vacationers to one jersey shore town are being turned away. the mayor of belmar said the town reached its capacity. for safety reasons, he shut down busy route 35 to non-residents. only those who live in the community are allowed in but you'll have to show your driver's license to prove it. the ban is only temporary. airline passengers are lashing out at united for a journey that left them stranded for hours in conditions they say was unacceptable. their trip was supposed to be
from chicago to london but the crew was forced to land in goose bay, canada. 20 hours later, a replacement plane landed in canada and took them to newark. from there, they went to london the final destination. it's what happened in canada that really has them steamed. the passengers say they spent the night in cold military barracks with a few blankets while the flight crew stayed in a hotel. >> no united representative reached out to anybody. no phone calls, no human beings nothing. >> we were treated in a very inhumane manner. >> united has apologized and is refunding the tickets. travel advocates say the airline should be penalty izeized for the way they handled the situation. at home three catholic churches in the philadelphia ark
archdiocese is closing. mother of sorrows, incarnation of our lord. they had been merged edd with other parishes. we have 100 days from the start of the world meeting of families in philadelphia. in just over a week, archbishop the mayor and other local leaders will held to rome for final meetings in preparation for the event. they'll meet with various vatican officials, as well as a pontifical council for the family. they'll iron out details as the world meeting of families will bring pope francis to the u.s. for the first time. count on nbc 10 to bring you updates as philadelphia prepares for the world meeting of families and the pope's visit. find the latest on our nbc 10 news app. a celebration of the stars and stripes in old city today.
♪ for the ramparts we watched ♪ >> nbc 10 had a special flag raising at the betsy ross house in honor of flag day. it's the anniversary of the adoption of the stars and stripes as the official flag of the united states. folks were up early this morning, taking strides for stroke in center city. the stroke council hosted the 5k walk and run. strokes are the number one cause of adult disability in the u.s. the money raised today be fund education and advocacy programs. nbc 10 served as mc. a celebration of philly pride today at penn's landing. ♪ >> crowds packed the plaza for the philadelphia gay pride parade and festival. this year's event was the 50th anniversary of the 1965 lgbt
picketing at independence hall. pennsylvania governor was among the guests. nbc 10 and nbc universal are giving money to local non-profit organizations in a project called 21st century solutions. the goal is to support non-profits that are implementing new and innovative programs. the application is on our website at nbc 10.com. check it out. deadline to apply is july 3rd. >> announcer: now, your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist britney shipp. >> good evening. into the overnight hours we'll hear thunderstorms rolling by our windows. wet conditions as you head to work tomorrow. we will see showers and thunderstorms on and off throughout the day. hot and stormy conditions expected for us for most of your work week. right now, you're looking at 74 degrees. winds at 7 miles per hour.
humidity is at 91%. we're dealing with showers and isolated thunderstorms moving through parts of bucks county. hopewell little more moderate. all the showers are tracking to the east. one batch moved through earlier in the evening and now we have another batch producing severe thunderstorm warnings outside of pittsburgh. also a flood warning. see how strong the storms are. in the overnight hours, the possibility of strong rains, hail possible with some thunderstorms and gusts up to 60 miles per hour is a possibility. most of these thunderstorms and showers rolling through are just kicking up gusty conditions. also dropping more of a moderate to heavy downpours. closer to 5:00 a.m. is when we'll be dealing with another round of heavy rainfall outside of philadelphia. dover, north of atlantic city. we'll see a little clearing into
your late moshmorning hours and another round as you're heading home from work. be careful. some thunderstorms are dropping a lot of rain, even for tonight. if you see flooded roadways turn around. we'll see another round of storms and showers into tuesday. our temperatures climb again on tuesday, especially our heat index. you want to be careful tomorrow. we have a chance of severe storms. all the areas highlighted in yellow. this is the severe outlook for tomorrow's storms. we'll see another round of what we saw today. even a wider area expected to see severe storms. with those severe storms, that means heavy rain and lightning is possible. flooding hail and also strong wind speeds. be careful once again as we push into tomorrow. as far as tonight is concerned, chance of storms on and off throughout your overnight hours. it happens stay mild at 70 for philadelphia. as we push into tomorrow heavy rain at times. very warm.
degrees range between 86 and 89 degrees. your seven-day forecast shows we'll push into the 90s again as we head into tuesday. it's going to feel even hotter than that because we'll have the sticky conditions and our higher humidity humidity. a chance of storms into wednesday evening. another chance on thursday. a break friday and another chance as we head into next weekend. >> thank you. coming up, we have the latest on the sixers center. what can brown do for you? not much. see how brown faired in his return to the club. be right back.
fans enjoyed free baseball by the steel city today. the phillies needed extra innings in pittsburgh for the second time against the bucks, hoping to avoid a sweep. cole against burnett. he needed caped crusaders behind him. this looks like extra bases, but mccutchen at the wall. jumps and reels it in. top five. liner to right. rodriguez, laying out. look at it again. mccutchen was up against the wall. he's all over the grass, getting dirty for this one. on the other side hamels mowing down the pirates. 28 starts with double digit k's.
runner on second for chase. hits one down the left field line. it's ruled foul but look at it again. in a game where every hit matters, so close to being fair. to make matters worse, tries to steal third. slides past the bag. phillies come up empty. pitches a no decision. brown back in the lineup after being recalled from lehigh valley. only saw nine pitches in the game. not much plate discipline from him. bottom of 11. it's thrown away. don't usually see that from him. harrison takes advantage of a base knock to center. that scores walker. phillies lose 1-0, in extra innings for the second time this series. it's the tenth straight road loss. padres and dodgers. game tied 2-2.
upton hits one to center. peterson, oh man! he was over left how older, right shoulder crashes into the wall. upton, shocked by that catch. a beauty. mandatory mini camps begin tuesday for the eagles. hoping marcus smith can take a step forward to get on the field in the line backing rotation. smith plays 68 snaps as a rookie out of louisville but added 15 pounds to his frame during the off season. he's hoping he can prove to the coaches he can be a capable backup for brandon graham this season, who has taken a similar path. >> i take last year as a learning curve for me. all the things i learned, i wouldn't change it because it made me stronger made me a better football player. the coaches, we talked all the time last year and they wanted me to be a better player. when i left and came back
that's what happened. >> when i tell them is stay off social media. i know that can hurt sometimes. you don't want to hear it. as long as he got an opportunity and you ain't hurt like i was, to fight back now, just go out and show what you can do. you have the opportunity. take advantage. >> sixers fans patience is going to be the name of the game here. after trying to see embiid in the game an injury pushes it back. a ct scan revealed less healing than anticipate. the next step has not yet been determined for embiid but the team is closely monitoring his progress. he had surgery on his right foot several days before last year and the sixers sat him out the entire certain. we'll hear from demarco
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you've heard the phrase dropping like flies, but in this case it's dropping like mayflies. police in lancaster county had to close down the route 462 bridge because of hundreds of thousands of swarming mayflies last night. the clouds of insects reduced visibility and distracted drives causing at least one crash. dead flies were piled as high as two feet in some places today. police in north jersey took down a bear that wand ldered into the backyard of a home where there was a yard sale. officers killed the bear after getting a 911 call in plain field. no one was hurt, but officers put out an alert to neighbors to stay in their homes until they could track down and kill the bear. you might be paying for at the pump now, but it could
right now, storms are moving out of our area but we've still got a wet week ahead. nbc 10 and bala cynwyd was there earlier. britney, should we expect a wet commute? >> parts of the area will have a chance to see a rainy commute. but keep your umbrella handy for the rest of the week. here's a look at the rain that moves through earlier in the evening around dinner time. we're watching a batch that will track to the east and bring us thunderstorms and isolated showers into the rest of our overnight hours tonight. we also have a flash flood watch in effect for the poconos until
6:00 a.m. flash flooding will be a concern because of all the rain that has come down with these heavy downpours. be careful. don't drive through flooded roadways. with our future weather, it showsshow s on and off showers expected by 4:00 a.m. heavy downpours stretching into trenton, down to willmingtonwilmington. depending on how early you leave for work you could find these wet roads. it will continue through 6:00 a.m. heavy precipitation in dover through 6:00 a.m. lull in the afternoon morning. we expect another round as you're heading home from work. coming up, the chance of storms. nearly the entire area has a chance for severe thunderstorms tomorrow. >> for updates on the wet weather, even when we're not on the air, go to your smart phone or tablet and check out the real
time radar. a deadly stand off in kensington yesterday. the deaths of two men was a murder suicide. officers responding to the scene on emerald street came under fire from someone inside the home. police tell us they did not shoot back. police are searching for a man who threatened a pharmacy worker. it happened on the rite aid in west lehigh avenue. the man demanded money. a man accused of a drunk driving accident will stand trial tomorrow. he is accused of speeding through an intersection back in september of 2013. his vehicle collided with a van
driven by david ferries. ferries was killed in the crash. efforts to save a man after a house fire in ocean county failed. rescue teams rushed to broward drive in brick township. neighbors were performing cpr on the man but couldn't save him. a woman inside the house was survived and hospitalized. rescuers could not track down a family dog. investigators haven't determined the cause of the fire. a car lost control and slammed into the front of a building in montgomery county. nbc 10 along city avenue where a vehicle crashed through the window of the building. two people were taken to the hospital for treatment. get ready to pay more for gas, and then maybe a little less. right now, a gallon of gas in the philadelphia area will cost about $2.91. delaware is $2.67 and south
jersey is the cheapest in the region at $2.62 a gallon. prices have been steadily rising, but they're 86 cents cheaper from this time last year. aaa says prices are declines given that refineries generally complete maintenance by this time of year and gear up production for the busy summer driving season. now to decision 2016. a day after officially launching her campaign hillary clinton went to a state that's key to her presidential hopes. in iowa she talked about why she wants to become president and took aim at the republican party. republicans are returning fire. nbc 10 national correspondent brian moore has the details from washington. >> reporter: with her campaign officially launched hillary
clinton hit iowa to win over a state who shunned her in 2008. >> i may not be the youngest candidate in this race. but with your help, i will be the youngest woman president in the history of the united states! >> reporter: as democratic front runner and a clinton. >> i've been listening. >> reporter: she's an easy target for republicans. >> mrs. clinton doesn't hear from anybody, doesn't take questions. how would she know what real americans are concerned about? >> reporter: new jersey's governor hasn't jumped in the race that's crowded, jeb bush had a campaign kickoff. >> leadership is not just yapping about things. >> reporter: his pre-announcement videos focused on future goals. >> america's best days are in front of us. >> reporter: with the bush family name missing from the logo.
hillary clinton's name is a blessing but it's also a candidate trying to reintroduce herself. clinton took a jab at obama, saying he should work with and listen to democrats on capitol hill. brian moore, nbc news washington. right now, there are four candidates seeking the democratic presidential nominations. the republican field is more crowded. there are ten candidates. jeb bush would make it 11. attorneys for u.s. senator bob menendez will be in court this week arguing to move his criminal case out of new jersey. they want the case transferred to washington d.c. lawyers for new jersey's senior senator say holding the trial in the garden state would be a disruption to menendez's senate work, and claim the crimes happened in washington, not new jersey. menendez is accused of accepting gifts from a florida eye doctor in exchange for political favors. a town is getting creative
with its school lunch program this summer. how it's bringing the cafeteria to the children. severe flooding devastateinged the former soviet republic of georgia and there were escaped zoo animals. i'm trapping showers coming in overnight and the chance for storms by tomorrow. i'll let you know what to expect as we gear up to head back to work in my full forecast. mcdonald's asked me to remind you that their new sirloin third pound burger won't be around long.
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the military helped officials get the lions, tigers and bears. more than 30 animals escape during torrential rains and floods. a river of mud and debris cut through the city sweeping away cars and homes, trapping people and destroying much of the zoo. including this bear enclosure. in the kaychaos, this hippo swam out of his pen. the zookeepers tried to save the other animals but there wasn't time. three of the zoo staff died. >> it was devastating. i can't say more. it was horrific. >> the zoo made headlines in 2013 after the birth of four rare white lions. the town favorite didn't survive. rescue workers were able to save these two baby bears several miles from the zoo. today, parts of the zoo are still in tact.
lions, a zebra and other animals, alive and well along with the hippo, the massive mammal was tranquilized in the main square. had a bite to eat and was ushered back to a safe place. in, bc nbc news, london. a man-made levee gave way in louisiana. the park's owner build it to keep the rising liver from encroaching on the concert and activities. it didn't hold. no one was hurt. >> announcer: now, your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist britney shipp. good evening. expect more storms into the rest of tonight. on and off showers and the possibility of flooding. be very careful if you're driving later on tonight. we also are going to expect a wet monday morning commute. hot and stormy conditions for most of your work week as well.
right now, our temperatures for philadelphia at 74 degrees. humidity is up to 91%. wind speeds out of the south-southeast at 7 miles per hour. we're tracking the first round of showers and storms moving out of our area. mainly in ocean county at this point. as we head to the rest of tonight, we're going to see another round of rainfall moving in. it's just tartstarting to push into lancaster county, out of pittsburgh. you can see the thunderstorms activity to the south of pittsburgh. all of these -- this energy is tracking to the east. as we head to the rest of tonight, we are expecting isolated thunderstorms. with some of the thunderstorms, we could see the possibility of hail. gusts up to 60 miles per hour. heavy downpours. we have a better chance to see the severe thunderstorms into monday. all the areas here highlighted in yellow that's where we're going to see the best chance of the possibility of severe thunderstorms, which includes heavy rain, at times, lightning,
flooding hail and strong wind speeds gusts possibly up to 60 miles per hour. our future cast shows us through the rest of tonight, we'll maintain a chance of showers and even isolated thunderstorms on and off. as we get to your monday morning commute, 6:00 a.m., the heaviest rain is moving into tom's river and philadelphia. stretching down to dover. even if it's not actively raining by the time you head to work, you might be dealing with wet roads. take it easy. allow extra time to get where you're going. monday at 4:00 p.m. another round of at least light rainfall. slick roads for your evening commute. then tuesday where, again, we're dealing with another round of rainfall as we push a little closer to your evening commute time on tuesday. our temperatures continue to climb. our average for this time of the year is 83. tomorrow we're at 90. tuesday, 91. plus our humidity is increasing.
the heat index on tuesday, it'll feel closer to the mid 90s. we have a hot and stormy week ahead. more showers and storms tonight. only 70 degrees will be the low for philadelphia. tomorrow heavy rain at times, warm. temperatures between 86 and 90 degrees. the seven-day forecast shows the warmer temperatures. we drop back to the 80s starting wednesday. we track a chance of showers on and off the next week. it was a great time to grab a cool drink for a good cause. the cause of the center of this celebration is ending childhood cancer. the 10th annual griffin and alex's lemonade stand set up. it's held in honor of griffin smith, a young cancer survivor. >> i feel like i'm doing the right thing because i know that i'm helping not just myself but
everybody that has -- is surviving or is struggling to defeat the cancer. >> all the money raised will go to alex's lemonade stand foundation for childhood cancer. coming up we'll head to the bay for highlights from game five of the nba finals. demarco murray told us he expected the helicopters and cameras that greeted him upon his arrival in philadelphia.
fourth quarter, lebron james, give him scuba gear. deep enough to drown. james, another triple-double. too much curry in this one. drains this triple over matthew dellavedova. warriors win, 104-91 to take a 3-2, series lead. the stanley cup final resumes tomorrow in chicago with the black hawks one win from their third title in the last six years. the black hawks beat the lightening saturday. 3-2, series lead. catch the action at 8:00 here on nbc 10. the black hawks are trying to keep their emotions in check, while the lightning are hoping to play on. >> obviously, there's a lot of buzz exciting things going on around the entire event. i think we're just going to do our best as individuals to focus on our job as players and focus
on the game. >> the first five games mean nothing now. it's finding a way to win. like i said a second ago, you want to be the guy that can help lead your team to victory. i mean it's going to be a good test for myself and our group tomorrow. >> from pucks to pig skins, when demarco murray arrived in philadelphia, he was greeted with cameras and helicopters. now that the frenzy settled, he was asked if he expected that kind of landing party. >> i didn't. i didn't. obviously, this is one of the premier organizations around the league. i assumed it would be what it is. people want to know about the philadelphia eagles and this is a great organization from top to bottom bottom. i'm happy to be here. i've been here a couple months, and family is very excited. i'm very excited to be here. definitely as a team i think we're building a great foundation. we're excited. >> last year murray was a
workhorse in dallas with 392 carries during the regular season. seventh most in nfl history. how did he deal with the huge workload and is there enough left in the tank? >> i've always been a person that takes care of my body whether it's during the season, off season. i pride myself on that. feel great. feel fine after the season. after a week or two, all the bumps and bruises went away. this staff has been awesome for me. all the extra things they're allowing us to do here and all the great work that they do with us throughout the course of the week to make sure we're ready come sundays. it's been great. >> murray enters a different situation here than in dallas. the eagles brought in ryan matthews as well and darren sproles will also take carries. is he okay with the situation where the carries are split three ways? >> yeah as long as we're winning. like i said, i've always been a guy that doesn't care about numbers. doesn't care about stats. my main focus is strictly
winning. if i'm back there, ryan or sproles, i think we have a lot of great players on this team that a lot of different guys can tough the ball. it'll be dangerous for us when other teams are trying to work with that. >> finally tonight, check out this shot from the women's pga championship. you saw it earlier on nbc 10 on 14th. off the tee. it rolls in for the hole in one. put her down for an ace. won the tournament for the third straight year finishing at 19 under par. that's your look at starts. we'll be right back.
new chatter from high in the heavens. a comet lander that has been in hibernation the last seven months is awake and sending signals back to earth. the probe became the first ever spacecraft to land on a comet. that was back in november. it was able to gather data and beam it back to earth. the batteries drained and its systems shut down. scientists hoped the solar panels would recharge the batteries as the comet approached the sun. millions of children in this country depend on the school lunch program for a hot meal. during the summer it's not always an option. with that in mind one town is getting creative and bringing the cafeteria to the kids. >> reporter: the moment it's spotted in the neighborhood, the
kids race to get in line for a certain school bus. >> good to see you. you hungry? >> reporter: they get a free hot meal on the chow bus, one of two reconfigured school busses in tennessee, outside of nashville. with some seats removed and tables added, the busses bring food to kids during summer break. a big help for barbara jackson, raising her two grandsons on a fixed income. >> every month, i spend half my check on food. it's a very small check. >> reporter: in tennessee and across the country, about 20% of children qualify for free or reduced meals at school or other locations year round. >> thank you. >> reporter: during summer, barriers like lack of transportation prevent many of the same children from getting to those sites. the food is prepared every morning in school cafeterias and hundreds of healthy meals are loaded on to the busses.
the benefits are far reaching. >> attentive students are well-fed and well rested. we want to promote it during the summer and into the school year. >> reporter: the busses travel 80 miles a day, and all kids 18 and under are welcomed aboard. >> cauliflower, corn broccoli. >> hot meals. twice a day, breakfast and lunch. >> reporter: a relief for parents struggling to make end's meet. >> we can't get assistance to help but we don't make a lot. >> reporter: it's the same for many working fathers and mothersmily families. >> a lot of children don't know where their next meal will come from. we will be there for them. >> whoever thought of it had anything to do with it thank you. >> reporter: one small town with a big idea going the extra mile.
nbc news tennessee. what a great program. time for a midnight snack. time for an umbrella right? >> keep the um braelbrella handy. we have a chance of storms almost every day. we had an active sunday evening, and now we're going to see another round moving in tracking to the east. you can see the thunderstorms out of the pittsburgh area, moving toward us. as you go to sleep, you might wake up to thunder. there is a possibility of thunderstorms but mainly showers into the rest of tonight. that'll give way to a wet monday morning commute. also expect warm temperatures once again. 90 degrees today. it's going to be 90 another tomorrow. 92 by tuesday and again, a chance of storms throughout most of the week with the exception of friday. >> stormy week ahead. for britney, danny and all of us, i'm denise. have a good benight and a great monday. stay dry.
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