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kids. thank god i was lying with him. >> a guy put his arm out the window shooting at a vehicle that just turned down franklin going north. that guy looked like he was shooting to kill. >> reporter: authorities have made no arrests but have promising leads. >> perpetrators of the gun violence, they're reckless, to the point of being, you know, predators on our community. >> reporter: the baby wasn't hurt. she did not have to go to the hospital but remains shaken. i feel scared. this never happened before. i live here almost 23 years. >> reporter: we saw that change today. surveillance cameras in the area, and i'm told detectives are actively collecting that individual video for potential clues. right now, at 5:00, new video just in to nbc 10 of a house fire in the strawberry mansion section of philadelphia. you can see heavy flames shooting from the windows and
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roof of that home. at 33rd and diamond. no injuries reported but police are investigating this as a possible arson. skyforce 10 gives us a view from above. the couple who lives here got into an argument that turned physical. police have both the man and woman in custody now. stay with nbc 10 we'll keep you updated. eighth grader in trouble with police for allegedly stabbing a classmate with scissors. nbc 10 was there as officers took her out of jay cook junior high in handcuffs. a spokesman with the school district said the stabbing happened before class paramedics took a 14-year-old girl to the hospital with injuries to her right should somewhere arm. the school was briefly on lockdown as parents came to check on their kids. >> this is the first time this happened here outside the incident with the fight not too
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long ago. >> we're hoping for the best for her. we're in the middle of the investigation of what occurred the girls had run-ins before. the injuries are not life threatening. new information on the school bus accidentiest in north philadelphia. the bus driver tells police he had a coughing fit and ran into two parked cars. two children on the bus received minor injuries. no one was in the two cars that were hit. first alert weather. live look, cape may down to jersey shore. pleasant temperatures again today. we get frosty another night. two nights in a row. >> sheena parveen is here tracking those chilly details. >> you know, clear sky that we saw today, nice conditions, that's going to help temperatures drop down again tonight. we have another frost advisory out. here's a live look outside
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center city from adventure aquarium, nice into the day. temperatures mostly in about the mid to upper 50s. but here is a look at all of the counties under the frost advisory. lehigh, upper bucks, chester, lancaster county, new jersey, interior parts of new jersey, inland where we see temperatures typically dropping around freezing when the philadelphia area is around 40 degrees. overnight tonight, 2:00 to 8:00 in the morning, patchy frost. temperatures 32 degrees or colder in these areas, even suburbs north and west through lehigh valley. it's going to get down to around freezing for much of the area except the philadelphia area. we should be around ho in philadelphia, 38 wilmington, 38 dover. lehigh valley 30. 29 millville. 31 mt. holly. another night to cover sensitive plants but we expect patchy frost. a nice warm-up as we go into the
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weekend. a look at that forecast coming up. we are following breaking news. medical marijuana is one step closer to being legal in pennsylvania. just minutes ago, governor wolf tweeted the house passed the measure to legalize the drug. governor wolf is expected to sign it. that bill gives parents of sick children legal ability to buy marijuana, medical marijuana, from another state while retailers prepare to open here. we'll let you know as soon as the vote happens. philadelphia gets a big financial boost to keep criminals out of jail and move others behind bars back into the community more quickly. city won $3.5 million grant from mcarthur foundation. the money will fund a plan to cut the president. population by mother than 30% over 3 years. . nonviolent offenders are held in jail because they cannot afford bail, have serious mental illnesses or suffer from drug
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addiction. more than 7,000 people are incarcerated in philadelphia. lawyers for bill cosby want a judge to keep his deposition out of trial. that deposition included testimony about extramarital affairs, drugs and payments to women. cosby's defense team asked the judge to reseal the deposition and not allow it in the defamation case. it was made public after a request by the associated press who now argue it's too late to reseal the information. bucks county police chief's secretary facing several charges. investigators believe she was stealing electricity in the crime allegedly caused a fire at her house. police have arrested the residents of the house, faith and donald. it came to light in december after the fire department killed the power to the burning home. but the lights stayed on. that's when authorities discovered the alleged electrical theft. police say they used stolen electricity to power appliness
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as, a jacuzzi, tanning bed, flat screen television. police went through the home the day after the fire. they inspected an a meter and home's garage looking for unauthorized power connections. nearly 40,000 verizon workers walked off the job. they went on strike to fight for a new contract. what this means for workers and customers. >> what do we want? >> contracts. >> when do we want it? >> now! >> reporter: several dozen philadelphia area verizon workers showed up at dawn demanding a fair deal. >> we can't reach an agreement. they refuse to budge. >> reporter: ed money says, in part, the strike is about job security, fair wages, keeping jobs from going overseas. >> negotiating with the company last june, tried to negotiate a fair contract and refused to negotiate over the issues that are important to members like
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job security. >> everybody else wants the same things, they want to keep their jobs. >> reporter: iris has worked with verizon for 23 years. >> go home scabs. >> reporter: she and others shouted at nonunion workers brought if to keep the lanline and cable system working. severals gathered across the street. verizon say as as 24/7 customer service company, our contingency plans are in place and company will continue to serve those who rely on us. >> they claim to have trained people but it takes a lot of years of training to do our jobs. i don't believe that just having them train for a couple of months is going to have them do the job correctly the proper way. >> reporter: the company wanted to manage the workforce in a way that's more efficient and better serves customers. 17-year employee michael mcgovern argues that shouldn't happen at the cost of workers.
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>> we want fair wages, safe working conditions as anybody would want. of our country are not going to be continued to push down and down and down. >> bernie sanders spoke to verizon workerses on strikeout side a brooklyn office. hours after thousands of employees on the east coast walked off the job. democratic presidential hopeful criticized verizon and said he was committed to standing with the workers. hillary clinton also weighed in on the verizon labor dispute. the democratic front-runner urged verizon to come back to a bargaining table with a fair offer for workers. she added, if elected president she'll do everything in her power to protect workers, unions and keep jobs in the u.s. you know him as taxi driving in "raging bull" but today de niro focused on his role as a
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dad. >> i am concerned and i want to know the truth. >> what he revealed about his son's battle with autism and passionate thoughts on the debate over vaccines flex. a local nun accused of drunk driving. this dash cam video showed her field sobriety test. now a judge has thrown evidence out. we have new details. flying to freedom. this hawk was rescued from a pennsylvania park with an arrow through his body. we'll show you its return to the wild. the tthan the bottom have mo100 million americans.nt how does that happen? well, they use lobbyists to get special tax breaks. my plan -- close the tax loopholes and make them pay their fair share. seniors who've worked hard deserve the opportunity to stay independent, pay their bills, and most of all, enjoy their grandchildren. it's time to bring back a basic american value -- fairness.
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we have new video, just into the news room in the trial of a nun accuse odd driving while intoxicated. the judge threw out the field sobriety test because the judge didn't think officers observed her for 20 minutes leading up to the test as required by law. nbc 10 obtained the dash cam video from the november arrest. the nun, sister kimberly miller's, testifying in court right now. nbc 10 reporter is in that courtroom. she'll have live report on "nbc 10 news at 6:00." affluenza teen has been sentenced to nearly two years in jail. the 19-year-old made his first
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appearance in adult court today, sentenced to 720 days in jail. couch sentence tones ten years probation for a crash that killed four people. he violated his probation for being around alcohol and fleeing to mexico with his mother. new information tonight in the road rage shooting death of former nfl star will smith. the coroner says smith was shot eight times the night he died, seven times in the back, once in the chest. smith's family insists the former new orleans st. never pulled out his gun saturday though he had one in his vehicle. smith's wife is still in the hospital with gunshot wounds to her legs. hayes faces second-degree murder charges. decision 2016. happening now, republican presidential candidate ted cruz speaking to a crude in erie,
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pennsylvania. we've seen more of the candidates campaigning across the state. pennsylvania's primary is less than two weeks away april 26th. happening today, donald trump stepped up attacks again the republican establishment. the rnc, they fired back. both parties have primaries coming up. the democrats are poised for the latest debate. edward lawrence is in washington with what's happening on the campaign trail. >> reporter: donald trump blasts republican party calling the delegate system rigged against an outsider like him, saying rules favor insider politicians not voters' will. >> the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> reporter: the rnc chairman fired back, tweeting, it's the responsibility of the campaign to understand the nomination process. how speaker paul ryan, who will chair the party convention, supports that process. >> we will follow the rules by the book. >> reporter: for democrats --
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>> bernie, bernie! >> reporter: verizon union workers cheered bernie sanders, they walked off the job, and he supported their picket line. >> you have chosen to stand up, for justice, to take on an enormously powerful -- >> sanders picked up a key endorsement. >> the ferocity, clarity, boldness of his view, willing to take on very powerful forces to go forward. >> reporter: with more endorsements, hillary clinton rides her lead into the next democratic debate tomorrow night. she attacked both trump and senator ted cruz. >> not to be outdone by his primary rival, ted cruz would treat muslim americans like criminals. >> clinton will hold campaign events through the weekend. bernie sanders will get on a plane to attend a conference at the vatican about social
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justice, environmental issues. it takes him off the campaign trail a few days before the new york primary. a wounded red tail hawk in central pennsylvania is back in his natural habitat. >> flew around more than a month with an arrow sticking through its chest. take a look at this picture. the arrow shot through the meaty part of the bird's chest. today falconers in york released the hawk back into the wild. they spent the past five days nursing the bird back to health. they caught up with it and removed the arrow. a small crowd gathered to walk the hawk being released. >> it's something that tugs at heartstrings of people, especially nature lovers. >> hawk, titanium for good
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reason, too. san bernardi san bernardi>> well plenty of s that's the case as we go through the rest of the week. so, as we go through tonight, temperatures will mostly be in the mid-40s by 11:00. as we go into phillies forecast, temperatures in the mid-40s. looking at a very nice night in store for the area. talking about plenty of sunshine over the next several days as well. nice area of high pressure right over us, as we go through overnight we will get cold enough to see frosty conditions. this will keep us nice and dry as we go into the weekend. eventually it will start to slide offshore. so, for tonight, frost advisory, lehigh valley, much of new jersey. 2:00 to 8:00 in the morning, temperatures dropping to around freezing or colder, patchy frost
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developing in these areas. remember that as we go through overnight hours. if you're in any of the locations, philadelphia more around 40 degrees through the overnight hours. but either way, it's going to be clear, and it's going to get chilly. winds fairly light, too. and that's going to give us better conditions for frost forming. as far as dry air, also over the next several days, good conditions for pollen levels going up. today a pollen level of 10.6, that is going to continue on a scale of 0 to 12. it's going to continue tomorrow, friday, saturday, sunday. and this is a good indication of how much sunshine we're going to have around over the next several days. we don't expect rain soon. if we did, these pollen levels would be dropping. so your allergies may be bothering you as we go over the next self-days and through the weekend. clear and cold. we'll see patchy frost, mostly suburbs and through the lehigh valley. around ho for the low in
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philadelphia. colder north and west, suburbs at or below freezing. tomorrow, sunny, nice, dry day. temperatures around 60 degrees. 58 to 61. still below normal for this time of year. looking at a cool afternoon. but at least it will be nice and sunny. we start to warm up as we go into the weekend. tomorrow, around low 60s, friday low 60s, then into the weekend, mid-60s. sunday, 72 degrees. plenty of sunshine. normal high 63. and take a look at monday. closer to 80 degrees. we're going to be warmer as we start off next week. not going to last too long. then back around upper 60s by tuesday. then around 60 as we go into wednesday. we'll take a closer look at local forecast. >> looking forward to that. in an effort to go green, walt disney world launched anew solar
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facility. look at that, mickey mouse shaped solar park made of 48,000 solar panels and takes up 22 acres. the alternative energy will help power the resort and nearby hotels. next, vai has a new dance partner. >> let's dance. >> 6-year-old looking for a forever family. more on wednesday's child. and look out below. mother nature too much for the roof of the school. see how it had teachers running for cover.
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take a look at security camera video of a roof collapse in prep school in jackson, mississippi. it happened monday evening during a heavy rainstorm. school leaders were mopping up when the roof gave way. the collapse dumped hundreds of gallon office water in the hallway and out the front. here's a look of the water gushing outside. the basketball court and art gallery were damaged. no one was hurt. and the area was roped off. school started on time tuesday. this in week's wednesday child is sweet and energetic girl who could light up a room. >> having a forever family would make her life complete. vai sikahema. >> the first thing you notice about jillisa is her huge smile.
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the garden state discovery museum. don't touch the bubble. do it again. do it again. >> reporter: an outgoing 6-year-old nonverbal. but make no his take, she communicates effectively using sign language, hand gestures and facial expression. looking for a forever family with lot office love and patience. let's dance. ideally this first grader would thrive if she were an only child because she craves on one one. she will play dress up or be a tomboy and play hockey. >> a love bug, full of energy. she will have you on your feet from the minute she wakes up until the minute she goes to bed. goes to school, on a good school routine. she does great in school. loves life. she's a good kid. really is. she would bring a lot of joy and
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a lot of love to a family. >> reporter: this week's wednesday's child. >> if you'd like to make her dream come true or the dream of any wednesday child, go to search wednesday's child. call the national adoption center 1-866-do-adopt. >> 180 student as the pennsylvania school for the deaf learned a few lenssons about japanese culture. they even got their hands -- traced their hands at drumming. today's performance, germantown kicked off 2016 subaru cherry blossom festival. the school will receive a grove of cherry blossom trees in june. habitat for humanity philadelphia takes on its biggest project to date. the ground breaking of what will
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be 21 new, affordable homes for loem families. this is at 16 and fontaine street. construction on the first 12 homes starts immediately. >> we at habitat have built 192 homes in philadelphia with 81 being in north philadelphia. so we're happy to be building another 21 in north philadelphia. >> families will move by may 2017. >> robert de niro wants answers about autism. >> today, the actor shared his family's personal story. >> my child is autistic and every kid is different but there is something there, there is something there people aren't addressing. >> now weighing in on the debate over autism and vaccines. more on his comments and reaction next at 5:00. a question for you. was your science project honored by the white house? south jersey, my project never
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i, as a parent of a child who has autism, am concerned. and i want to know the truth. >> robert de niro gets personal about his family's struggles with autism. on the "today" show he talked about the impact this has had on his 18-year-old son. he also spoke about the controversial debate surrounding autism and vaccines. >> rosemary connors joins us with more on the commented. >> de niro, private about his son, spoke openly about it this morning. when it comes to vaccines he wants more information. he may become more vocal about the disorder and its effect on his family. they tell us this month it's especially important to raise awareness. >> reporter: at the kinney center for autism education and support on the campus of st.
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joseph university, undergraduate students teach their clients important life skills. >> we really found it's so important to become advocates that something that we focus on with the entire campus community. >> my child is autistic and every kid is different, but there is something there. >> reporter: a new voice in the effort to raise awareness may be actor robert de niro, he appeared on the "today" show to talk about the 15th anniversary of the tribeca film festival. however the conversation turned to autism. >> i, as a parent of a child who has autism, am concerned. and i want to know the truth. and i'm not anti-vaccine. i want safe vaccine. >> i think it's great for the community to have someone that see in movies and tv, that they are a big fan of, opening up about autism in regard to his
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concerns. >> reporter: deanother re's attention comes during the month of april devoted to autism awareness. for the students at kinney center, will it become their life's work as committing careers to studying and treating it. >> i learned who they are. i learned what their needs and strengths are, how individualized i can teach these skills to use their strengths to push their needs. >> reporter: robert de niro opened up about his son's autism after being asked about a documentary on vaccines. difference 2003, there have been a number of conducted studies that have found no link between vaccines and autism. >> elsewhere, a new multimillion dollar effort helping researchers move closer to curing cancer. tech billionaire institute's for cancer immunotherapy funding the effort which allow top leading
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researchers at penn and others to work with drugmakers to try to eradicate the disease. joe biden highlighted the work of penn researchers during a philadelphia visit this year. coming up on nbc "nightly news," keith morrison sits down for an exclusive interview, why he thinks he can succeed where so many others have failed. >> talking to somebody as an entrepreneur has wade into a lot of fields and somehow managed to have a big difference. >> again, you can hear more from keith morrison's exclusive interview with shawn parker at 6:30, nbc "nightly news." right now at 5, one of cape may ferry is in for repairs. the lone ferry making full runs a day back and forth between
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cape may and lewis. local business owners are disappointed the ferry isn't bringing more tourists to area beaches. the folks with the ferry say they'd rather be safe than sorry. >> we want to make sure we have our boats, like most businesses at shore we do our business during peak summer tourist season. it's important to have all of the vessels operating at peak efficiency during the tourist season. >> second ferry should be up and running by the end of may. delaware lawmakers considering a bill that would mandate all school elections in state be done by mail. legislation limits participation in school to registered voters. looking into the story after a complain about tax referendum. supporters of the bill would increase voter participation.
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por opponents are concerned about voting. an hour ago he stopped in north philadelphia to take part in a roundtable discussion. it's the eighth time the mayor spent with teachers and parents about his plan for publicly funded pre-k. philadelphia police officers earned blue ribbons going above and beyond. officers from 17th district. they were nominated by their supervisors to receive the award, be recognized as officer of the month. congratulations. next at 5:00, 72-year-old woman is alive after being sfrand stranded for nine days in the arizona wilderness. how she survived and was rescued. >> it's going to get cold again. more frost tonight. who will get the coldest. and a nice warm-up into the weekend next. are you sick of harrisburg politicians
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like steve santarsiero, who will say or do anything to advance his career? he claims he wrote pennsylvania's gun safety law. but the truth is he didn't. there is no law requiring universal background checks for all gun purchases. his campaign even bragged that he passed 54 bills. in fact, 7 years in harrisburg, steve santarsiero has never passed a single bill into law. i'm shaughnessy naughton. i approve this message because i am not a career politician.
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♪ tomorrow i'll miss you♪ >> sing it. come on. >> you sing it. commercial break. >> sir paul mccartney, can't let it be when it comes to philadelphia. played sold out show at wells fargo last summer. this time he'll play at citizens bank park. concert promoters announced the july 12th show unfurling a banner. tickets on sale next friday, april 22 at 10:00 a.m. today, hearing from a 72-year-old grandmother with quite a survival story to tell. >> amazing. ann rogers spent nine days stranded in the arizona wilderness after her car broke down. after spending the night in the car with the dog she tried to climb higher to get a stronger
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cell phone signal. as days passed she made clues like a help sign made out of sticks next to a carcass. after nine days she found a search helicopter. she never gave up hope. >> i felt dumb and angry. i was frustrated. but i knew there were people who cared enough to make sure somebody found me some time out there. >> determined she was. no wonder she was found. rogers survived on plants and pond water. she lost some weight but expected to be fine. >> amazing woman. it's the end of an era. nba star, hometown hero kobe bryant plays his final game tonight. >> a local cheese steak shop coming up with its own tribute. that next at 5:00. all new at 6:00, suspected war criminal arrested in our area. what he's accused of doing to innocent civilians and how he's
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accused of lying to get back into the united states.
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the end of an era in language. >> kobe bryant will lace it up for the final time in his
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illustrious career. the end of his 20th season in the league, all with the lakers. walks away owner of five nba championships, two olympic gold medals, 18 all-star selections and one nba mvp. the 37-year-old is the third highest scorer in league history. of course, every time bryant came back home to play the sixers he never missed a chance to get his favorite cheese steak. video of his last trip to larry's steaks. we caught up with the owner, he'll throw a batch next time's kobe's in town. >> when i find out he's coming, i can make one hour, free event for all people that want to come to see kobe bryant, my pleasure to do it for him. >> that's nice. for tonight's game, lakers host the jazz. tips off 10:30 eastern from the staples center. tonight, what does it take to be attorney general.
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>> candidates in pennsylvania were at odds over that question today. nbc 10's lauren mayk has a report from the state capitol. >> they want to become pennsylvania's top law enforcement official. but it's what they did or are doing before election day that's become a sometimes heated issue. >> i don't believe the transition from senator to attorney general works. i was built for this office. i've worked with every single part of it. >> reporter: republican joe peters, former police officer and federal prosecutor, who also worked for years as a prosecutor in the state attorney general's office. it's no accident he said senator, his republican opponent is john rafferty. >> that's a bogus claim. attorney generals can be a senator, a prosecutor, civil lawyer, as long as you have the ethical drive and integrity in that office. >> reporter: with experience in the attorney general's office before entering legislature, he
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thinks broad experience is best. democratic side, three candidates including commission chair josh shapiro. >> here in the commonwealth we're sort of used to electing the last d.a. or another d.a. it hasn't worked for us. >> reporter: he, as, thinking of the aeg as a super d.a. limits the office. up against two district attorneys critical of his background. d.a. john morganelli. >> salting streets and cutting the park is not the experience. >> reporter: and steven zappala. >> if you don't practice law or never been a prosecutor you don't understand the courthouse stands for justice. it stands for fairness. >> reporter: in pennsylvania's closed primary, you'll either vote for one of the two republicans or one of the three democrats. the winners take on each other in november. in harrisburg, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> nbc so your source for decision 2016. nbc 10 the only station to host a debate between the democratic
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candidates for attorney general. see more from that debate right now on and this sunday, on nbc 10, at issue, we'll hear more from the republican candidates. that's this sunday at 11:30 only on nbc 10. a new proposal to solve atlanta city's financial problems. steve sweeney wants to give the city 130 days to come up with a plan. it does the state will give it a lon. if it doesn't, the state takes over. democrats in the house are fighting any state takeover because it allows the state to break union contracts. regulators approved a new manage mament team for the trum taj mahal. the company will put $15 million into fixing up the aging taj mahal. about 150 local seniors took part in a pre-passover ceder.
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the senior center held the special event. it's the tra igs diddle passover meal of the holiday which commemorates jewish exodus from ancient egypt begins friday at sundown. mayor jim kenney hopes to expand a program that will improve the look of philadelphia neighborhoods. he toured the commercial district with members the community life improvement program. the mayor included a boost to the program if his recent budget. the program cleans graffiti from neighborhoods and loans out cleanup fotools. now meteorologist sheena parveen. >> another chilly night and clear skies are going to help temperatures drop off more frost tonight. we have a frost advisory out for part of the area. i'll show you that in a second.
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otherwise, we're going to stay sunny and dry. we're going stay in a dry pattern as we go into the weekend. and that also means pollen levels are going to be high, too. so keep that in mind. it's already bothering you, it's not going to end soon. going into the weekend, nice dry weather. we have a nice warm-up also in the forecast. we'll be near 80 as we start next week. right now, though, still in the 50s. 57 in philadelphia. mostly mid-50s in south jersey, delaware. 51 in atlantic city. warmer as we go into tomorrow. though. but tonight, only see numbers drop down. by 7:00 p.m. we should be around 53. but north and west of philadelphia, new jersey, you will be in the 30s, as we get towards midnight tonight. and then early tomorrow morning, freezing in some spots. we have a frost advisory. lehigh valley, new jersey, areas north and west of philadelphia, like upper montgomery, bucks,
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clefter, patchy frost. temperatures 32 degrees or colder. don't be surprised if you see that patchy frost early tomorrow. area of clouds off to our west. otherwise, we're going to stay dry over the next several days. big area of high pressure going to help with that. so it's really going to give us a better weekend than last weekend. last weekend rain and snow, 43 our high saturday. 50 for sunday. but look at it for this weekend. big difference. temperatures much warmer. and plenty of sunshine to go with it. big difference from last weekend to this weekend, 72 by sunday. even warmer as we go into monday. tonight, clear and cold. patchy fog tonight. 40 for the low in philadelphia. 30 degrees areas north and west, some suburbs and new jersey. tomorrow, sunny, cool, around 60 for a high temperature. nice day tomorrow. little bit warmer friday. low 60s saturday. mid-60s. plenty of sunshine sunday.
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low 70s. keep climbing as we go into monday. weather looks great for the phillies. and for monday, near 80 degrees. normal high 63. so each day as we end out the week, warmer than the day before. and over the weekend, big jump from saturday to sunday staying above normal. we're going to be near 80 by monday and expect to stay dry but drop down as we go into wednesday of next week. we'll be back around 60. >> looking forward to that weekend. thanks. >> lester holt joins us from the nbc studios in new york. >> good evening. what's coming up on nightly news? >> hi, keith and denise. echos of the cold war, talk about the daring close encounter caught on camera between russian warplanes and an american navy ship involving a simulated attack. why people are missing flights as tsa lines grow longer and what robert de niro said about autism and vaccines that got a
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lot of people's attention when we see you for nbc "nightly news." >> thank you. keith, has this ever happened to you, grab your ear buds and they're tangled up. >> every time i pull them out. a local teenager may have found a solution. now the white house is honoring him and local students. that story next at 5:00. >> all new at 6:00, the announcement to make tomorrow while handing out free coffee.
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in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you.
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democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us.
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♪ forever. >> we find out which sing srs move forward on nbc's "the vo e voice" and nate butler is still in the running. he was eliminated earlier but coach levine brought him back. butler talked about all of the support he's getting from our area. >> i can't thank everybody there enough. and it really makes this easier when you have that many people in your corner. >> butler once sang with philadelphia boy's choir. watch "the voice" tonight,
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starts at 8:00 on nbc 10. from pennsylvania to delaware to the white house. >> a day for celebrating science and students who do it best. montgomery county a group of local students was honored. sel several kids were regional winners of the 24th annual science teachers association explorer vision program. developed a photon cruiserern turns sunlight into energy to power a car. the world's largest k-12 science competition. a similar scene in our nation. capital today. >> president obama welcomed more than 100 students across the country for the white house science fair. the event celebrates winners of science competitions across the country. two of those young minds honored today are from our area. sussex central high school junior punched her ticket with
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her project to identify the most profitable breeds to keep up with demands for past ur raised eggs. shemar cooms, a 3-d printer to develop a cell phone case to allow headphones to be secured without tangling. president obama praised all of the students for creativity. >> they feel an obligation to use their gifts to do something not just for themselves but other people as well. this was president obama's sixth and final white house science affair. >> here are jim and jacqueline. >> i want that cell phone case. all new at 6:00, two drivers brawling streets of philadelphia. what happened in the traffic
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that set the whole thing off? >> if you thought today was comfortable, don't expect the same tonight. a possibility of frost. plus, a change you'll love for the weekend. all my nbc 10 first alert forecast. and a nun in court, what happened when she took the stand in her drunk driving case? "nbc 10 news at 6:00" is next.
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new at 6:00, philadelphia street fight drivers wrestling on ground because of hit-and-run. good evening, i'm jacqueline london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. the brawl ended when police stepped in. brandon hudson is live. that's where the confrontation ended where you are, but it's not where it began, right? >> reporter: this all started as a hit-and-run in north philadelphia, a witness saw the driver take off, got in his car, chased him to this street. confrontation captured on cell phone video. neighbors say what you're seeing isn't normal for the quiet street. cell phone video posted to facebook of a fight between two men following a hit-and-run in north philadelphia sunday evening. >> it's quiet. >> reporter: it's the story
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behind this fight that makes this video more interesting. we found out the man being dragged on the ground was report thely seen hitting a car but didn't stop. the aggressor is a 29-year-old man who says he saw the hit and run and tried to stop the driver. he caught up to him on rip ka street. >> you couldn't get down the block. at least half a dozen to eight cop cars. >> reporter: the fight unfolded outside trey's house. we showed him the video for the first time. >> see how it's justified? hit-and-run, you're causing damage. he's not throwing punches, he's subduing him. >> reporter: it happened when the driver rear-ended a lexus around 6:00. we went to the scene and showed people what happened after the accident. >> i might have been in the same situation, probably doing the same thing. >> i didn't see him badger him or harming him in any way. i think he was just trying to contain him.


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