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we're also following breaking news of a deadly shooting in the pittsburgh area. police are looking for two gunmen fire w.h.o. fired at backyard party. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm lauren mayk. we're getting ready for another record-breaking day today. you're looking live at boathouse row where it's going to warm up quite a bit by this afternoon. let's get right to meteorologist sheena parveen on what we can expect. good morning, sheena. >> good morning. yesterday we hit a record high of 82 degrees in philadelphia. much of the area did hit a record-high temperature. same thing. our weather pattern tonight is going to change. rain up to the north. that will start to move in. we'll see temperatures really changing as we go into tomorrow. in the meantime ahead of the warmup still this afternoon, we have temperatures warm. 57 in allentown where yesterday
morning we were in the 30s. 58 in wilmington, 58 in millville and northeast philly. it's another mild start to today. it's going to lead tore a warm afternoon. temperatures in the mid-60s. maybe even warmer in some spots. 11:00 a.m. temperatures will be in the low 70s and we'll be topping out with temperatures in the low 80s. another breaking day in the highs. i'll show you the forecast coming up. let's get a check on the forecast with katy zachry. good morning, katy. >> good morning. our drive time is holding steady on the majors, which is good. as you make your way in center city, philadelphia to the blue route, about 13 minutes. and from woodhaven to the mine and the blue ridge is looking good 15 minutes from the schuylkill expressway and 95. taking a look live outside the
42 expressway right where it meets up, that's your live look right here and the 42 freeway if you're headed, it's a drive time of about five minutes. when i talked to you a few minutes ago, i told you about construction. the burlington bristol bridge's overnight construction, that should be listing about 5:00 a.m. i'll let you know when that does. what it means for drivers, it's alternating one lane. it doesn't seem to be affecting anything. everything is look really good. lauren? >> thanks, katy. we continue to follow several breaking news stories. this morning, the first two philadelphia police officers hurt in a hit-and-run crash in philadelphia's juniata park neighborhood, this is a live look at the scene. officers were in an unmarked car on erie when they were hit from behind. the car was pushed into a
building. the officers were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the driver of the other car took off. we're working to find a description for you. we're following breaking news on a house collapse in germantown. this is a live picture from marian street. vai sikahema is live. an elderly couple was inside that home when it came down. >> it's pretty amazing. the video we're about to show you. pretty unbelievable they got out of there without getting hurt. the couple was about to go to bed when they heard several booms. it with us around 1:00. these two buildings fell to the ground. they were trying to make it outside. >> i caught the ceiling. >> he caught the ceiling and i was holding it up. he was like, come on, let's get out. thank god we out of there. >> yes, indeed. according to the couple just
yesterday a friend told them told them the outside of their home was buckling and might collapse soon and a few hours the rest of the home will be demolished a little later this we'll have a live report from monique braxton of the house collapse. i'll come join you at the top of the hour. i'm vai sikahema, "nbc 10 news." we're following breaking news in allegheny county in western pennsylvania where a mass shooting has left five people dead and three others wounded. police say shots rang out during a backyard cookout. police say it appears two different gunmen fired the shots. no one is in custody at this point and there's no word on a possible motive. new this morning we're hearing from the wife of man stab and killed during a triple
stack spree in philadelphia. police have arrested ronald stanley and charged him with killing a man and injuring two other people in a stabbing spree. it all happened along baltimore avenue on tuesday. one of the victims, nathan atkinson died after one of the attacks. he told his wife over the phone they were talking with an auto mechanic about the repair of a car when the suspect walked right up to the husband. >> tapped him twice on his shoulder. my husband looked up and turned around to see who it was and he stabbed him. >> the wife asked not to be identified. they prayed over him before he died. she's pregnant. she said they're getting a lot of support from their community. a man was shot and is wounded while in his wheelchair. this latest attack happened on
west oak lane. nbc 10's denise na kakano repor. >> reporter: police say the teenager was in a wheelchair when the gunman came up to him. he was shot in the face and once in the back. this happened in the 2700 belong of limekiln pike. they're not sure why he was targeted. they found three shell casings three feet away from his wheelchair. >> we know shotting were fires because we found three shell casings feet away from his wheelchair and where he was found lying on the sidewalk. >> reporter: the victim went to the hospital in critical condition. the suspects were last seen in gray hoodies and were running down the street. police hope private cameras in the area will help them with their investigation. at 4:36, 57 degrees on this
thursday morning and the clock is ticking down to a possible new jersey transit rail strike. right now they have less than three days to reach an agreement. negotiators are back at the bargaining table. they say they have been making progress. more than 4,000 workers have authorized a strike early sunday it will affect 100,000 riders. there's a dispute over service if there was a strike. tens of thousands of riders in our area would have to find a new way around. here's a live look at philadelphia's 30th street station this morning. new jersey transit's atlantic city line runs from here. a strike would also impact the stations from trenton, hamilton, and princeton junction. happening today in north philadelphia, people who are fighting the plans for a new stadium on temple's university campus are holding a hearing on
the issue. they're called stadium stock pers and include people who live in north philadelphia and temple students. last month the temple's board of trustees approved the project which is expected to cost more than 1$100 million if it goes through. superintendent william hite will visit martin luther king high school where he'll introduce a new turnaround model. he'll use a strategy to help 15 schools. the cost, $15 million in the next school year. damage to the philadelphia vietnam's memorial at penn's landing. investigators tell us someone pride off and stole several brass star medallions and took a few metal brackets used to stop skateboarders. they believe it happened monday night or tuesday. they tell us repairs will cost
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good morning. temperatures in the 50s. we're in 60s for most if you're attempting to walk out any time soon. you might not need the light jacket. you definitely won't need it this afternoon. 52 in mt. holly. 62 in allentown. we were in the 30s. millville, 59 degrees in wildwood. 61 currently in reading.
now, these numbers will jump up again like we saw yesterday. yesterday we hit a hay of 82 in philadelphia. that's a record high. really beat the old record of 73 degrees. and today we expect to do the same thing. low 80s. another record high. the normal high this tomb of year, that's 50 degrees. we're going to be over 30 degrees above normal. unseasonably warm once again. if you like it, enjoy today because once we get into tomorrow and the weekend, we're going to see the weather pattern change a bit. cold temperatures will be changing for your friday, saturday, and sunday. here's a look hour by hour. so as we get closer to lunchtime, we'll be in the mid-70s. and we'll continue to warm up in the afternoon. a mix of cloud as sun. then tonight, we'll have a cold front move through. you do notice light rain showers north and west. this is all part of a cold front that will swing through in the overnight hours. we'll see rain that could linger
and then behind it we'll see cooler weather. coming up, we'll see how much temperatures will be dropping as we go into your weekend. that's straight ahood. thanks, sheena. time for a look at traffic. katy zachry, i understand you're watching an accident for us already this morning. >> there is. the first accident. it's in the montgomeriville section on long doils count pike at pine crest lane. so it doesn't seem to be affecting traffic too much. no major delays, but if it's pa rt of your morning commute, you may want to work around that. in juniata park at g street it's close off because police are there. i wanted to highlight that closure as well. look at the red. vine street expressway in the red in both directions. this is a live look. they just changed the camera on me. wit was focused on barriers
preventing you from going on there. that should lift around 5:00 a.m. i'll let you know when it does. >> thanks, katy. days before a critical prooi, democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders go head to head in a high stakes debate. we'll hear from them. plus this. some dirty birds are causing trouble in bucks county. we'll tell you why parents are scared by this invasion.
the spanish language network univision sponsored the face-off. >> i happen to agree with president obama on many, many issues. i think he's done a great job as president of the united states. he's wrong on this issue of deportation. i disagree with him on that. >> in 2006 senator sanders supported indefinite detention for people facing deportation and stood with the minutemen vigilantes in their ridiculous absurd efforts to, quote, hunt down immigrants. >> both clinton and sanders will be back on the campaign trail today in florida. and now to the republicans. at a town hall meeting in miami senator marco rubio answered questions about sacrificing his principles in order to level attacks on donald trump. rubio stood by attacks on policy issues but he did say he's not
proud of making personal attacks. >> if that's what it takes to become president of the united states, then i don't want to be president of the united states. i don't want that. it's not what we want from our next president and if i had to do it again i would do it differently but not the stuff about his record. i think that's legitimate and i want people to know what he says he is not who he says he is. >> marco rubio is sitting in fourth place, ten points behind trump. his campaign tweeted out two 30-second ads. fresh from victories in michigan, mississippi, and hawaii. donald trump back out. held a rally in north carolina last night and as he has done before, he appealed to supporters to take his pledge to get out and vote for him. he'll take part in another gop debate set for tonight in miami.
and jeb bush may not be running for president anymore, but he's still keeping his eye on the gop presidential race. he plans to meet with the republican presidential hopefuls in the next few days, all of them except for donald trump. there's no word on whether that will lead to him endorsing someone 'head of tuesday's primary. a baltimore police officer faces charges. this was caught on camera and what you see may be disturbing. the video shows an officer kicking and smacking a 16-year-old last week. the officer accused of hitting the student now faces felony child aboos charges. the second officer also face ace sault charges for encouraging the slap. >> there's nothing more important and sacred than taking care of our young people and as a result of this, it appears
that the trust actually existed in that school. >> reporter: investigators have not said what led up to the incident however one of the attorneys for the officers thought the student was an intruder trespassing on student grounds. gorgeous, dreamy, those are some of the comments made on social media when police in southern california posted that mug shot you just saw. now jeremy meeks, the so-called hot felon is out of prison and ready to start a modeling career. he said there are multiple offers on the table. it's 4:50. time for a look at traffic this morning. katy is keeping an eye on an accident in montgomeriville. >> thumbs' up there. it was along the pike which is also route 202. again n the last ten minutes since i saw you last, that's
clear. our area bridges. this is bad news but leading to good news. the bad news is if you're taking the burlington bristol bridge you will find alternating bridges. crews are out there. they're doing long-term construction and in both directions, they're ving to alternate. that should lift by 5:00 a.m. that's good news. the been and the betsy doing good. as we take a look at 6 at this early morning hour, 76 eastbound as you make your way from the blue route, that's going to take you 12 minutes. westbound is about the statement drive. no issues along 76. well, mild start to the morning again, and yesterday we hit a record high. today more records expected to be broken across the area. unseasonably warm. 80 degree temperatures.
as we go into the weekend things are going to start changing a bit. temperatures will be dropping back into the 60s. right now, though, in allentown, clear skies, 56 degrees. philadelphia, 58 degrees. atlantic city, low 60s. so, yes, this is pretty mild for this hour of the morning. through the rest of your morning we'll be rising very quickly. near 60 degrees for most of the area by 8:00 a.m. and even then we'll be rising into the mid-70s through the early afternoon hours topping out through parts of the area in the low 80s. so another unseasonably warm day. take a look at the record highs we are expected to hit. parts of the area will. i think mostly cloudy. farther north and west closer to the poconos, 81 for quakertown and norristown and doylestown. mostly sunny but kind of a mix of sun and clouds. mt. holly, 82. 83 possibly in wilmington. closer to the shore, mostly to the mid-70s.
80 in vineland. 82 in dover. it's going to be another very warm day. we still have that southwest wind moving in but to our north and west you notice that cold front. so we have some light showers here. this will be moving through overnight tonight. record warmth today but then through the overnight hours, there you see showers. some of these could move in early tomorrowmorning. we'll take a look at your forecast coming snup thank you, sheena. in the next half hour, we have breaking news in germantown. >> we heard a boom, boom. eight all came down. a home crumbles overnight and a couple makes it out just in time. and there's moving with move free ultra. it has triple-action support for your joints, cartilage and bones. and unlike the big osteo-bi flex pills, it's all in one tiny pill. move free ultra. get your move on.
where it meets up with the vine street expressway. in the lower left-hand part of your screen, you can see some emergency vehicles are moving, and as we speak, traffic is now reopen to the vine street expressway. really good news. we'll have a look at your drive times throughout some of the majors in our area coming up. >> thanks, katy. the reigning olympic all-around athlete and her family are doing a reality show. she lives with her family. it debuts on the oxygen network. it's owned by nbcuniversal. the rio games begin on august 4th, 147 days go. that's when she'll make history as the first woman to win back-to-back gold medals in 50 years. count on complete coverage leading up to the rio games in august. if you woke up on the wrong
side of the bed this morning, well, this story could turn your mood around. after her courageous bat well cancer, young leah got chance to enjoy something many of us take for granted. look that face. for the first time in two years leah got to feel the wind in her hair. her dad, devon still, who now plays for the houston texans posted this video on instagram. you can't help but know tase 'tis that ear to ear grin. gorgeous. well, leah's long battle with cancer has been all over social media the last few years. her cancer is currently in remission after she was diagnosed and receiving treatment at children's hospital in philadelphia. i spent part of day with her and her daughter about a year ago. she's the picture of -- the word efer vest enlts comes to mind. she's a gorgeous girl. she said, do you dance, mr. vai? i love to dance. she said let's walk over to the
living room. she told her dad, play some music. >> is she a better dancer than you are? >> oh, yes, she is. you're watching "nbc 10 news." "nbc 10 news" at 5:00 starts right now. >> he grabbed the ceiling and i was holding it up. he said, come on, let's get out. breaking news in philadelphia, house collapse. a home suddenly crumbles and comes down while its homeowners were inside. more breaking news in philadelphia. this is a live picture from juniata park where two philadelphia police officers are hospitalized after their car was involved in a hit-and-run. and across the state this morning at least five people are dead just outside of pittsburgh after gunfire erupted at a barkyard barbecue. good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> and we go to sheena parveen. >> we're looking at temperatures
30 degrees above normal. yesterday, we hit 82. today we expect to be right around that again. take a look at the temperatures right now. we're seeing 60 degrees in philadelphia. so a couple of degrees warmer than it was about an hour ago. allentown is coming in at 67. 59, millville, 56 in wilmington, near 06 in mount holy. . locally we're nice and dry. we have showers up to north and west and at this time tomorrow morning we could boo b dealing with some of those light showers. it's all part of a cold front, so that will really start to change things up as we go into the weekend. in the meantime another warm day. 8:00 this morning, temperatures in the low 60s for most of this areaet at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. we're looking at temperatures already 80 degrees. record warmth in the forecast today and then tonight by 7:00 p.m. still very warm, around 73 degrees. we'll see some showers moving
in. could linger into the morning commute tomorrow, at least early. i'll show you some changes as we go into the weekend. that's straight ahead. now let's get a check of the roadways. >> good news for anyone who wants to take the vine street expressway or needs to take it. i just watched from our traffic cameras and they are allowing traffic in. this is not the shot i wanted to show you, but there it is again. all right. this is a live look at 76 right at spring garden before you make your way to the vine street expressway if you're headed eastbound. you can see your eastbound drive time between the blue route and route one, the exit for city ave, things will looking good. you can't beat that. moving to 95, there is construction. you cannot enter 95 sn from aramingo avenue and you cannot get on northbound from girard
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