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in the lehigh valley, easton 51 degrees, could see a sprinkle with these clouds but nothing more than that in the lehigh valley. 54 degrees with mostly cloudy skies at 11:00. those clouds will be hanging in there for most of the day today. that's really going to keep our temperatures down. yesterday we warmed into the 80s. it will be 60s with partly sunny skies this afternoon, later this afternoon in the lehigh valley. delaware, 60 the high temperature. central and southern delaware could see a sprinkle. the seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen, it turns even cooler tomorrow with more rain. i'll take a look at that when i'm back with your neighborhood forecast. jessica boyington watching first alert for traffic. we are watching the schuylkill expressway. this is right around, our camera is right around montgomery drive. no problems in either direction, westbound or eastbound, all traffic is moving. and a 12-minute drive time eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway with
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speeds into the mid-60s right now. we're also paying attention out in north philadelphia to that hit and run scene, still an active part of that scene is on 15th and parrish. small delays behind that scene. more details when i come back, vai. >> we're following breaking news out of philadelphia this morning. two philadelphia police officers are in the hospital after being involved in a crash and a carjacking. nbc 10's katy zachry is live for us at one of those crash scenes in fairmount. katy, police station tell us they're still looking for those responsible? >> they are still looking for those responsible, vai. there are so many moving parts to this story. it almost doesn't seem real. police here who i just got an update from assure us this is all very real. this white suv that we are focusing in on right now, this is integral to the whole story that happened around 2:00 thish morning. let's start with the video we have from broad and brown street in north philadelphia. this pickup truck was driven by
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two philadelphia police officers, undercover officers. they were driving back to central detectives within they were hit along broad street by a black sedan. that black sedan kept driving. and that sedan has not been found yet. a witness to that crash stopped, got out of the car. here's where it gets really strange, police say. this witness was not a good samaritan. he simply told police he was nervous, he was scared by the crash scene that he was driving upon, so he got out of his car, left it in drive, so it kept moving forward. here's another crazy part. two men who were walking on the sidewalk near where all this was happening, they jumped in this white suv and took off driving with it. they drove several blocks. they turned up a one-way street where they hit two cars. they hit one of those cars head on. those two men who in essence stole this white suv got out and
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according to witnesses with be they ran to a nightclub not far from where i'm standing right here along broad street, went in that nightclub. one of them took off a red hooded sweatshirt that he felt was an identifying marker and those two men have not been found. police have canvassed this area. they went to that nearby nightclub. they did find a discarded red roaded sweet shirt. at this time, pless are lo-- po are looking for the driver of the black sedan that initially struck the pickup driven by the two undercover police officers. those two officers were taken to hahnemann hospital. one suffered a concussion. the driver of the police vehicle was also injured. i'm told both of them are expected to recover.ç
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they really just have minor injuries. we'll have another update for you at 6:00. i just finished talking with the chief inspector on scene. he has a little more insight to what went on here this morning. reporting live in fairmount, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. we pivot to national politics. another big night for presidential front-runners, donald trump and hillary clinton. >> trump swept all five states, clinton took four out of five. both of them are even closer to a nomination. nbc 10's matt delucia joins us live with an update on the delegate count and what's next for both of them. matt? >> both hillary clinton and donald trump got closer to their party's nomination last night. let's take a look at the delegate count in just a moment. first we'll look at some of the exit polling results from nbc news. 70% of the republicans who were polled say that the person with the most votes, the candidate whoette goods the most votes during this primary season should become the republican nominee. then you also have four in ten republicans who say they are scared or concerned about a trump presidency.
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and 14% of the democrats say they would not vote for hillary clinton. another interesting point, two-thirds of democrats think that clinton rather than bernie sanders has the better chance of beating trump in november. let's take a look at the delegate count. what you're looking at right here is results before yesterday's primary. hillary clinton picked up an estimated 105 delegates from pennsylvania, 16 from delaware, all together now she sits at 2,117 delegates. you see how close she is to that 2,383 that is needed to win the democratic nomination. let's hear now from hillary clinton and bernie sanders after the primary results last night. >> i want to thank all of you for being prepared to stand up, fight back and make this country the nation we know it can become. >> let's go forward, let's win nomination and in july, let's
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return as a unified party. >> all right. let's take a look now at the republican side. ts in, this is what the rew were in terms of delegates before yesterday's primary. you had donald trump picking up 20 delegates out of 71 for pennsylvania because of the uncommitted delegates that the state has. delaware, he got 16 delegates. all together donald trump has 954 delegates as of right now. as i try to draw that on there. he needs 1,237. he's about 37% on the way to that republican nomination. let's take a listen from donald trump and ted cruz. >> as far as i'm concerned it's over. these two guys cannot win. there's no path. why would i change? if you have a football team and you're winning and then you get to the super bowl, you don't change your quarterback. right? i'm not changing. >> this race is real, real simple. donald trump and hillary clinton are both big government
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liberals. they both think the federal government is the answer to every problem. >> the fight continues on both sides. the ap is also reporting that clinton is about 90% of the way to sealing the democratic nomination. so more states to go, not many, but all the campaigns still in the battle ground. we'll have more on the local rules for our area, delaware and pennsylvania, coming up at 6:00. guys? now to the local races. katie mcginty says she's ready to get to work after winning the democratic nomination for u.s. senate in pennsylvania. >> she beat out joe sestak who nearly won the senate office six years ago. mcginty spoke to us about her plan to win the race in november. >> i think it's really going to be about just reaching out to voters and hearing the challenges that people are facing. >> mcginty will face republican incumbent pat toomey in november. now to the race for pennsylvania attorney general. >> montgomery county commissioner josh shapiro won
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the democratic nomination. >> so many people told us talon the way that a pragmatic progressive reformer couldn't win a statewide race. friends, we showed them that we could do it the montgomery county way. thank you al&hvery, very much. >> shapiro defeated allegheny county d.a. stephen zappala and northampton county d.a. john morganelli. in november he'll face john rafferty also from montgomery county. both vying to succeed democrat k kathleen kane who is not seeking a second term. if you have the nbc 10 app, you're getting realtime updates. see all the results for the races that impact you and what's next for the nominees. 5:38. after 13 years, a philadelphia neighborhood is getting some closure. police say they have finally found the arsonist who killed five people in a home in olney.
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>> every time you lack over there, i can remember it. i feel so bad for the family. >> more than a deg cade later, you can still see burn marks on the widener street home. fire crews found the bodies of three adults and a baby inside in 2003. a fifth person, a 17-year-old, died weeks later. on monday, investigators arrested the man they say is responsible. abdu rivera. they say he set the house on fire after he and some friends lost a fight to one of the adults. he has a long criminal past and remains in jail. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 5:39 and we are less than an hour away from sunrise. sunshine will shall limited today. the clouds are still with us. the temperatures have been cooling down. we're at 50 degrees in philadelphia. your seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen shows it will be nowhere near as warm for today compared to yesterday or
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the next couple days. we're watching a few scattered showers. that's a possibility this  morning. but not expecting the rain or the storms we had yesterday. 50 in philadelphia, clouds linger in the afternoon, 57 degrees at 1:00 in the afternoon. the pen suburbs might see late-day breaks of sunshine. it will be a mostly cloudy and cool morning. 53 degrees at 11:00. the lehigh valley, this is where we're most likely to see sunshine today after aç cool morning. 51 now. drops a little bit at 9:00. and then it's into the low 60s with breaks of sunshine this afternoon. to the south, new jersey lingering clouds, may be a sprinkle. we've seen a few of those this morning. 48 degrees. cool this morning, near 06 this afternoon. that's in spite of the clouds. at the jersey shore, a few sprinkles are possible. might see a late-day break of sunshine. it stays in the 50s this afternoon. for delaware, farther to the south, some rain, new castle county, low 50s this morning near 60 degrees this afternoon. that's today. there's your seven-day.
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when i come back, your ten-day outlook. >> we'll see you then, bill. 19 minutes before 6:00 a.m. time to get a look at traffic on 95. >> nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has that. i see cars. volume starting to pick up already? >> this is a different area than what we normally see when woodhaven road and the vine. that's typically where we see that delay first heading into center city. we had an earlier accident scene. that's cleared out of the way on 95. this is around 322, around the commodore barry breath. we had construction around the blue route in this area. we were seeing delays. that construction is gone, so is the accident scene. a little bit of cars in the area on the roads remain. you can see everything is moving along nicely right now. in montgomery county, there is an accident in lower moreland on valley road and terwood drive. early to see big backups. the pa turnpike is doing kaye good.
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mass transit also doing okay. more updates for you when i come back. vai? >> thank you, jessica. 50 degrees in bala cynwyd. 18 minutes before 6:00. several cars go up in flames in philadelphia and police say it's not an accident. what happened inside this car lot. the countdown is on. we are now 100 days away from the start of the olympic games in rio. we'll show you how team usa will mark today's occasion.
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new this morning, police are investigating several car fires in west philadelphia. after they went up in flames inside a used car lot. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live for us in west philadelphia this morning. pamela, police say this was not an accident? >> reporter: vai, that's right. they believe those fires were intentionally set. we know the atf is involved in that investigation now. take a look at the scene. >> fire department, the police. >> this is cell phone video that a viewer shared with us. this is a used car lot over on 51st and marion. you can see how out of control those flames actually were. firefighters were able to put it out. our photographer went inside afterwards to give us a better look at what the damage was.
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we founded four burnt out cars. here's why investigators say those fires were intentionally set. according to our police source, the keys were in the ignitions and someone poured gasoline into those vehicles. we also know the owner of that car lot did not show up right away. again, that investigation is ongoing. reporting live this morning, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. 5:46. it's been almost a week since prince died and questions continue about his death. >> now the music legend's long-time attorney is speaking out. mcmillan disputes reports that the superstar had a drug addiction. he says the 57-year-old's death was a complete shock because prince lived a clean, healthy lifestyle. prince was found dead last thursday at his estate in minnesota. an(uáopsy was done but complete results won't be back for weeks. meanwhile, prince's sister says the singer did not have a will. she filed paperwork asking a
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minnesota court to appoint a trust company. prince's heirs could inherit a fortune. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> clouds overhead. the temperatures have cooled this morning. 49 right now in south jersey. 50 degrees in philadelphia. pretty uniform temperatures with the clouds in place for delaware, the pennsylvania suburbs at 46 degrees. the lehigh valley, the clouds are lingering this morning but this is the best chance that it will have. we're seeing sunshine. the farther north you go, the better chance you have of seeing sunshine. white hall is also reporting 50 degrees at this hour. a limited warmup with clouds lingering for philadelphia. by lunch time, just 56 degrees and not much warmer that afternoon. the suburbs mostly cloudy skies, 58 degrees at 4:00 this afternoon. look at the morning chill for the lehigh valley, 49 degrees.
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then near 60 with some late-day sunshine and the lehigh valley. still a chance of a sprinkle with mostly cloudy skies for delaware, new jersey, same story, near 60 this afternoon. the best chance of showers at the shore, 8:00 this morning, 52 degrees and then only into the middle 50s this afternoon. that's today. there are the clouds, the showers have pushed to the south. there's still a few more showers lining up to the west. these are heading to the east. delaware and south jersey could see a shower later this morning and into the early afternoon hours. this is why we break it down neighborhood by neighborhood for you because you'll see these changes. the futurecast showing by 3:00 this afternoon sunshine peeking through for allentown. don't get used to it. that, more rain on way for tomorrow. the ten-day outlook, yes, after a break for most of the area from the rain and from the warmer temperatures we had yesterday afternoon, showers return tomorrow. most likely in the afternoon. lookç at how it keeps us coole
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58 degrees. 10 degrees below normal for this time of year. still a chance of showers on friday. a nice start to the weekend. saturday 66 degrees. the blue cross broad street run will likely be dry. those are afternoon showers. at least the possibility of them and then we'll still see showers into monday and tuesday. a few showers in the morning. then they're out of here in the afternoon. look at the warmup. 70s for wednesday, thursday and friday. you always find the seven-day forecast scrolling at the bottom of the screen. a seven day for each part of our viewing area. at least once a half hour, your ten-day outlook. >> that's great for planning. thanks. let's get you out the door and check the roads. >> the boulevard looks clear but as bill henley says, don't get used to it. >> that's exactly right. we have a half hour, at least, maybe 45 minutes before we start to see big jams all over the place. we'll keep it light and good while we can, i guess. here's the boulevard around fox street. no problems in either direction as you can see. if you're headed southbound
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towards the schuylkill, not a lot of delays yet. this accident is at terwood drive and valley road. and 15th and parish, active with direction around. also some construction. that partial lane closure heading into delaware, nothing like we saw with big delays where we had one lane open on the delaware memorial bridge heading into delaware from new jersey. now we just have the left lane closed. no backups right now and no problems on to 295 or the new jersey turnpike. >> thank you, jessie. fighting the epidemic. we'll tell you what a philadelphia city councilman is doing today that he says will help unite communities against drug use.
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100 days, that's how much we have left until the start of the olympic games in rio. today, manufacture the team usa athletes will gather in times square to celebrate. nbc 10's national correspondent jay gray is live in new york city this morning with more on the celebrations. good chance for you to get to know the athletes before going
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to rio. >> reporter: yes, absolutely, vai, good to talk to you this morning. always great to talk to you. times square being transformed, if you will, in a mini olympic village. they'll have different exhibits, different events here. the athletes will be around a bill later. they're just getting under way as far as getting things ready, unloading, trying to move things around in the hustle and bustle that is times square. those athletes taking a break from their training just for a little bit as they are now just a month -- a few months away from living out their olympic dreams. that while teams in rio still working around the clock so the olympic games don't turn into a nightmare. also, concerns about the pollution in the water for some of the rowing and sailing events, rio promising that they will have things 80% clean by then they have a long way to go. the last few months things have
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been a mess there. the one thing rio is definitely prepared for, throwing a party in the magnitude of the olympics. they say it's going to be a big one. i think that's something they can definitely deliver on. >> if there's a party, jay gray will be there. thank you, jay. good morning, everyone. check on your first alert traffic. we're watching the blue route right now. at least a lot of cars making big backups. this is around baltimore pike. no big problems or delays right now. this is what a lot of our majors still look like. we do have updates, though. i will check in on mass transit in the 6:00 hour. a counselman david oh will hold a community meeting at the venice island performing arts and recreation center manayunk beginning at 6:30 tonight. he says meetings like this one
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will help unite philadelphia neighborhoods to fight the epidemic. nbc 10 digital exclusive generation addicted takes a har look at the heroin epidemic. find it on the nbc 10 app and at some rutgers students are not happy about the limbed ticket policy for this year's graduation ceremony. >> president obama will be the commencement speaker at the new brunswick campucampus. students will only be allowed to bring three guests to the ceremony on may 15th. >> everyone is upset. that's all i can really say right now. >> some people can't even bring their immediate family. >> everyone is freaking out about it. i actually think it's incredibly reasonable. >> rutgers says the limited ticket policy is the only way every graduating student can have a chance to bring guests. students from the newark and camden campuses are being shuttled in to hear the president speak.
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wentz arrived yesterday in chicago where the draft is being held. comcast sportnet's john clark, we call him johnny airport for this reason. he was there. >> why do you think you can be the franchise quarterback for the eagles? >> i've shown i'm a winner. i think i show a lot of intangibles that people might not see. i think my physical abilities speak for themself. i think i do a lot of things behind the skenes, as far as can make myself a great quarterback going forward. >> john will probably hang out at the airport in chicago the whole weekend. >> that's how he gets those interviews. >> exactly. >> watch our special eagles draft day tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. exclusive interviews with the team's new decisionmakers and our team of football hall of famers will break down the birds picks. >> we continue to follow breaking news for you this morning. >> a crash, a carjacking and another crash, two police officers are hurt.
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we just spoke with investigators and we'll have new information from them coming up at 6:00. breaking overnight, police charge a mother in the death of her own 2-year-old child. we'll tell you what the mother admitted to police.
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nbc 10 breaking news. this breaking news, a crash and carjacking involving police officers and men who ditched their clothes. let's win the nomination and in july, let's return as a unified party. >> looking ahead to july, hillary clinton is on brink of pushing bernie sanders out and coming back to philadelphia as the democratic nominee. >> if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. >> and donald trump is talking trash about hillary clinton. hear her response. it's 6:00 a.m. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm t


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