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a fried chicken restaurant in elizabeth. >> let's begin with nbc 10's cydney long live in union county. cydney, you were there just minutes after the suspect was arrested. what are you seeing? >> reporter: jackie and jim, we do know the suspect, ahmad khan rahami, remains hospitalized. he has undergone surgery. we know from authorities that he will be charged with attempted murder. police keep pushing back a planned press conference. we're now five hours from his capture. there is still several layers of crime tape and several layers of law enforcement here along elizabeth avenue in linden. they have been connecting evidence through the day as it may be tied to a number of crimes. we're about four to five blocks away from the porch of that colombian restaurant where he took refuge in the overnight rain. the sound of gunfire. >> pow, pow, pow! >> reporter: it erupted in this
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working class neighborhood of linden just after 11:00 on monday. police and s.w.a.t. it seems to me, some with machine guns, swarmed the street. witnesses with cellphones in hand captured this video of bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami on a stretcher. he was shot in the leg by police after he opened fire, shooting two officers. >> allegedly he was sleeping, yeah, right across the street from where my truck was parked. i didn't even notice him at first. >> reporter: for a long time, linden resident michael, who didn't wish to share his last name, said it was surreal. >> i was standing right here, i heard the gunshots but didn't see it right away. >> reporter: rahami took shelter ten minutes away from where the fbi was raiding his home above his family's chicken restaurant in elizabeth. a business owner awoke the man on the porch and dialled 911. when police arrived, rahami opened fire, striking a police officer whose bullet proof vest protected him. another officer was injured by glass. >> i was getting my car
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serviced, and out of nowhere, i heard gunshots, pop, pop, pop. >> reporter: the commotion isn't calming fears entirely. >> i know i'm safe, i'm good no matter what. but it was definitely a big scene, you know. anybody could have gotten shot at any time. >> you just don't feel safe right now. >> reporter: and as police out here in linden along with the fbi and i.c.e., immigration and customs enforcement, continue with their investigation, we have new information. some people who knew rahami and people who visited his family's chicken restaurant. we'll show his high school photograph coming up at 5 and 6:00. cydney long, nbc 10 news. >> cydney, thank you for that. let's go to mitch blocker mitch
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blacher in our newsroom. >> we traced rahami's records back to his 18th birthday. he appears to have been living in the u.s., in new jersey. >> reporter: the man law enforcement say is at the center of a mass bombing conspiracy is 28 years old. he's believed to be the man seen in this surveillance taken saturday night in new york's chelsea neighborhood. ahmad khan rahami was born in afghanistan and naturalized as a u.s. citizen. he came to the u.s. in 1995, seeking asylum. it was granted in 2011. senior law enforcement officials tell nbc news rahami and his family have traveled to pakistan and presumably afghanistan multiple times in the last decade. >> i do not have information yet to show what the path of radicalization was. >> reporter: rahami was a college student at middlesex county college in new jersey from 2010 to 2012, a criminal justice major, but never
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graduated. during his college years he lived in perth amboy, new jersey. his only brush with the court system was in small claims court. he owed several thousand dollars to creditors. he has virtually no social media presence. he appears to have been living with relatives and working at a family-owned fried chicken restaurant. he has as many as five family members living outside of new york city. as to whether he has any terrorist ties -- >> we have no knowledge but the investigation continues. >> at 5:00 we'll look at what could be a trigger point, a feud between the family and the city of elizabeth, new jersey. i'm mitch blacher, nbc 10 news. >> okay, mitch. in a matter of three days bombs were found and detonated in four places before the alleged bomber was taken into custody. saturday morning this was the scene in seaside park after a pipe bomb in a trash can exploded. it happened just minutes before
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a 5k charity race for marines was to take place. no one was injured. in the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan, this video shows people running after a bomb went off there. an unexploded pressure cooker was found blocks away in a suitcase. police detonated it at a nearby gun range. >> early this morning, a police robot detonated a pipe bomb at the train station at elizabeth, new jersey. the bomb went off unexpectedly while the robot was cutting the wires. and 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami was arrested after a shootout. you can see rahami there on the ground in handcuffs. president obama today commented on this weekend's explosion. >> the president said the investigation into the attacks is moving rapidly. while the motivate for the bombings is still unclear, mr. obama stressed the fight against isis will continue. >> we will continue to lead the
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global coalition in the fight to destroy isil, which is instig e instigating a lot of people over the internet to carry out attacks. we are going to continue to go after them. we're going to take out their leaders. we're going to take out their infrastructure. >> the president is in new york for the annual u.n. general assembly gathering. the president also commented on this weekend's stabbing at a mall in minnesota. nine people were injured by a lone attacker dressed as a prior to security guard. officials are investigating the attack as a potential terrorist incident. however, investigators don't believe there is any link between the stabbing and the explosions. three of the nine victims are still in the hospital. the suspect was shot and killed. count on nbc 10 for continuing coverage of the bombing suspect's arrest. at 4:30, nbc 10's monique braxton will speak to residents who witnessed the arrest. and a retired fbi spokesman will
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join us to talk about the targeting of so-called soft targets. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with the shooting rampage friday night in philadelphia that left a woman dead and several people injured, including two police officers. >> and today nbc 10 has learned new information about the so-called rambling note the suspect left behind. nicholas glenn was captured on surveillance video, gun in hand, walking calmly through west philadelphia after one of the shootings. glenn opened fire on a philadelphia police sergeant. he then shot a penn police officer as officers searched for him. he also shot and killed a woman as she sat in her car with her boyfriend. >> we were over the scene. police are still trying to figure out a motivate. deanna durante is learning new information about evidence the suspect left behind.
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deanna? >> reporter: 25-year-old nicholas glenn is shown calmly walking along a west philadelphia street. a gun appears in his right hand. in the left, it appears as if he's tossing something near sansom street. law enforcement sources say they found a spent magazine clip in the area and think glenn reloaded his weapon just before he shot two people in a passing car, killing one woman. sources say glenn had multiple magazines on him and reloaded during his fatal shootout with police. this afternoon, we got more information about a rambling note police say they found on him. we learned in the note glenn talks in the third person, referring to himself as "solo tattoo tears." the note contained lines like, "solo tattoo tears went to his probation officer" and "sent in for another mental health evaluation" and "walking among the doomed population."
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sources say the note gave no indication as to why he chose friday night to fire at a police officer, or shoot at two people in bar in west philly. police say he refers to his defense attorney as his spokesperson. they say it's clear he was angry at his probation officer but gives no hint why he would go out and harm civilians. we have learned police searched a relative's home over the weekend where they say they found ammunition as well as a computer. investigators are currently reviewing the writings on that computer. live in west philadelphia, deanna durante, nbc 10 news. team coverage continues with nbc 10's tim furlong live at pen penn-hospital. tim? >> reporter: two officers say they had an army of guardian
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angels. here here at penn-presbyterian. one officer has been released and the other is hoped to be released in the newer feature. sylvia young's bullet proof vest certainly saved her life. a 19-year veteran of the philly police force, she's listed in stable condition. eddie miller's wife said he would talk to us later tonight but today he is resting at home. he was shot in the hip and ankle and he and another officer cornered the gunman in an alley. we're still waiting for more specific information about sergeant young's condition and her estimated release date from the hospital. we're also trying to learn more about the 36-year-old boyfriend of the woman killed in the car. he's expected to survive, although he's in critical condition. tonight the f.o.p. is holding a monday night tailgate party. the proceeds of the event, we're
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told, are going to the families of these two officers, and apparently we're told officer miller will talk to us on camera at that point. live at penn-presbyterian hospital, tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. and you saw conditions out there for our reporters, a very soggy start to the week today. this individual was sent into nbc 10. you can see cars driving in a few feet of water in margate. a live look at the shore in cape may, it is wet there as well. you can see the water on our lens there at the beach. nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is tracking it. >> glenn, how does it work? >> we still have it in much of delaware and south jersey, from philadelphia northward things have either tapered off or ended. there's another little batch coming up from maryland that's hitting southern delaware and will eventually hit the jersey shore. some places had quite a bit of
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rain, more than an inch at philly international. andorra had over two inches of rain, kensington close to two inches. places near the shore had even more. as we go through the evening, there's more heavy rain coming in toward the shore. some patchy areas of lighter rain in and around the philadelphia area. so parts of our region are going to see just cloudy skies by later tonight, like philadelphia, p.a. suburbs, lehigh valley, maybe a little fog by morning. but the rain will continue at the jersey shore, even into tomorrow. then once we clear out and get sunshine, it's going to be feeling like summertime again. we'll get into that in a few minutes. >> all right, glenn. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with decision 2016 coverage of the push for pennsylvania. >> hillary clinton was back in philadelphia today, telling young voters at temple university she understands why they still may have questions about her. clinton's campaign has
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acknowledged it has work to do to win over younger voters, stressing plans to create jobs and improve college affordability. nbc 10's lauren mayk was there as the democratic nominee made her case to millenials. >> reporter: at temple university, hillary clinton making a pitch to millenials. >> you're here today because you refuse to accept cynicism. you know that the next 50 days will shape the next 50 years. and you see how much needs fixing in our country. >> reporter: the democratic nominee acknowledging younger voters are not all with her. >> i also know that even if you're totally opposed to donald trump, you may still have some questions about me. i get that. >> reporter: recent polls show clinton's support among young voters is lagging behind what t president obama won in 2008 and 2012. in the audience today, these
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sanders supporters who both say they're voting for clinton. >> i'm here to sort of confirm why i'm voting for her. honestly, i don't really know that much about her. >> reporter: in her address, clinton took on issues including solar energy and college tuition and debt. she mentioned her former primary opponent by name, to cheers. >> we came up with a plan that make public college tuition free for working families and debt free for everyone. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: with seven weeks to go, clinton told the crowd young voters have the most at stake. >> we are stronger together. and let's make sure love trumps hate. thank you all. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: in north philadelphia, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. clinton's rival, republican donald trump, is campaigning in the battle ground state of florida. he's scheduled to speak at a ft. myers rally. trump and clinton are in a tight
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race in the sunshine state. >> hillary clinton will be a guest on "the tonight show" with jimmy fallon. count on nbc 10 for complete decision 2016 coverage. for updates from the campaign trail any time, just tap the nbc 10 app. other news now, the trial began today in the so-called bridge gate case in new jersey. prosecutors say governor chris christie knew about the closings as they happened. jurors began hearing opening statements in the criminal case against bill barony. the federal prosecutor told jurors that a witness will testify that christie was told about the plan, a claim he has contested. and at a news conference today, christie refused to answer questions about the prosecutor's allegation. authorities say baroni and kelly closed traffic lanes on the
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george washington bridge to punish the democratic mayor of ft. lee for not endorsing christie's reelection. christie is not charged in the case but he may be called to testify. this morning the governor held a town hall in whip pany. the governor is proposing an amendment to the state constitution that would give every single school district the exact same amount of state aid per student. georgia congressman and civil rights icon george lewis was in camden, discussing gun violence. he joined community leaders and during his speech, he thanked police officers for their service, for not giving up, and for keeping the faith. he also realized his time working side by side with dr. martin luther king jr. >> we must find ways to teach people the way of peace, the way of love, the way of nonviolence.
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>> tonight, lewis receives the 2016 liberty medal at the national constitution center, awarded to those who strive to secure liberty for people around the world. it was the blind leading the blind. harsh words from the attorney representing the victims from the 2013 deadly market street collapse during opening statements today. six people died, 13 were hurt in june of 2013 were hurt at 22nd and market. the unbraced wall was part of a vacant building being torn down next to the store. among the defendants, excavator operator sean benshop and griffin campbell. they're both serving jail time for their roles in the collapse. today in court one of the defense attorneys called for a mistrial, which was denied by the judge. we continue to follow breaking news. the arrest of a suspect in bombings this weekend in new york and new jersey. >> here's what we know right now. ahmad khan rahami was arrested following a shootout with police
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this morning in linden, new jersey. this is video from a security camera of rahami running from police before his capture. officials say evidence links the 28-year-old to bomb blasts saturday in seaside park, new jersey, and the chelsea neighborhood of new york. another device found in new york city did not explode. a federal law enforcement official says all three bombs had one component in common, a flip-style cellphone. investigators say they've found no evidence so far that rahami was part of a broader terrorist cell. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. we had some much-needed rain across the entire area. some places got too much including the jersey shore. but things are quieting down now. there is another area of heavier rain that's moved into southern delaware, which has also gotten hit pretty hard. you can see that rain is not about to end down there. you can see this extends all the way down into north carolina. but the whole system is gradually going to be moving to
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the east. and i emphasize the word "gradually." look at some of these rainfall amounts, over three inches at dennis township, over three inches. ventner, well over three inches. parts of long beach island, over four inches of rain. brant beach close to four inches. that's too much rain in just one day. so the rain is slowly going to move out. and then we get back into a dry pattern. the last rain we had was the first day of the month. then we had rain today. it looks like we're going to stay dry, at least through the weekend. so this is it for a while for most of us. there's going to be a little bit more in southern delaware and south jersey as we go through the evening, maybe a few little sprinkles in and around the philadelphia area. nothing big. but the clouds are going to linger. more showers coming in for
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tomorrow morning in southern delaware and south jersey. but that area does not come to the north. and it's a much nicer day in the lehigh valley than it is in philadelphia. philadelphia is a much nicer day, getting farther to the south. you can see that on our rain chances in philadelphia and in dover, it's pretty low. atlantic city has a pretty high rain chance tomorrow. and reading, just about zero for rain chances the rest of the week. so we have the cloudy skies. chestnut hill, 83 degrees. some sunshine farther to the north like lehigh valley, temperatures into the mid-80s tomorrow, feeling like summertime. farther to the south, it's a different story. that's why we do all your neighborhood forecasts, sometimes it varies tremendously. only 74 with rain at long port. 77 and rain at avalon. rehoboth beach, rain and thunderstorms at 78 degrees.
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the next three days, philadelphia, cloudy skies, and only 79 tuesday. once that sun comes out, temperatures go way up. the average high is only 76 for this time of the year. lehigh valley, three state days of sunshine, and temperatures in the mid-80s. at the jersey shore, we may even see that rain linger into wednesday. >> all right, glenn. nbc 10 responds to a viewer with a wireless data plan problem. >> they said if i want to cancel internet, i need to cancel everything. i said okay. >> that's what this woman said she did. but that didn't stop the bills or the phone calls from coming. then nbc 10 got involved. plus honoring television's best at the emmy awards. why one of last night's big winners was facing extra pressure during her acceptance speech. first here's a look at the closing bell on wall street, a down day all around.
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tears and cheers last night as the entertainment elite gathered for the emmy awards. >> "game of thrones" received a total of 12 awards. "veep" won for best comedy. nbc's "the voice" won for best reality competition series. julia louis-dreyfus dedicated her win to her father two died two days before. the actress who portrayed marcia clark paid tribute to the prosecutor, who was in the
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audience. >> i'm glad to stand in front of everyone and tell you i'm sorry. >> "the people versus o.j. simpson" also took the award for best limited series. going back to one of our big stories of the day, the new jersey and new york bombing suspect caught while he was napping. >> police arrested him after he was injured in a shootout. nbc 10 has live coverage from new jersey with people who actually witnessed the suspect's takedown. plus a retired local fbi spokesman joining us to talk about any terror links to the suspect. narrator: terrorism here at home.
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fourteen americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting... but after this tragedy - when pat toomey had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns - he voted against closing this loophole for terrorists - and with the gun lobby. katie: we have to do everything in our power to keep guns away from terrorists who threaten our way of life. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because we can't risk our families' safety on a loophole. breaking details in the arrest of a suspect wanted for multiple bombings in new york and new jersey. this is surveillance video showing ahmad khan rahami
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running from police before his capture this morning in linden, new jersey. the 28-year-old was hit in the leg during a shootout with officers. the fbi says they have directly linked rahami to devices found in new york and seaside park, new jersey saturday. authorities tracked him down after a man discovered rahami asleep in the doorway of a bar in linden. they say fingerprints and surveillance video helped investigators identify him. authorities say they have no reason to believe there are more bombs to be found or more suspects to be arrested. >> big police presence remains in linden, new jersey, where rahami was taken into custody this morning. the shootout with the suspect happened not long after police raideding his home above a restaurant in the town of elizabeth. nbc 10 has team coverage of the arrest. in a couple of minutes a retired fbi spokesman will join us to talk about the suspect. >> let's begin with monique braxton live in union county. monique, i know you spoke with people who witnessed the takedown of the suspect. >> reporter: that's right, jacqueline.
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we're awaiting a press conference right now near where rahami was arrested. all day long i have been talking to people who witnessed the shootout with police. >> i heard two pops. i thought something had fallen off the back of a truck. >> reporter: the violent capture of 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami plays out before the eyes of people who live here in linden. >> i saw a box truck, a cop behind him, and two officers running behind the doors and shooting. >> reporter: the bombing suspect was found sleeping in the doorway of a tavern by its owner. >> he was checking on his bar and seen him, called police. >> reporter: when linden police arrived, gunfire could be heard blocks away. we've learned two officers were hit, one in the vest. another by flying glass. rahami was hit in his leg and taken to a local hospital. new york's mayor says they believe rahami is behind the blast in chelsea, in manhattan.
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that injured 29 people. and at least one explosion in new jersey. overnight, five pipe bombs were found in a trash can near the elizabeth train station. one was detonated when a robot tried to disarm it. those pipe bombs are similar to the one that exploded in seaside park but they have not been rink to rahami. >> i'm glad they caught him, he could have been targeting the linden train station or going somewhere else. >> reporter: back live now, we're just getting word from the fbi that two police officers from linden were in fact shot and are going to be okay. the fbi also tells us rahami doesn't appear to be part of an organized group but authorities do confirm they're questioning as many as five people from elizabeth, new jersey, who were stopped in a car associated with rahami. as soon as police gives an update, we'll have that information for you. live from linden, monique
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braxton, nbc 10 news. >> for further analysis on these bombings, we're joined by j.j.klaver, a retired spokesman for the philadelphia fbi. >> thanks for being here. walk us through how sophisticated this was, how difficult is it to use homemade explosives to go after these soft targets? >> unfortunately we would like to think it's harder than it is. but it is really not that difficult to come up with the components you need. they're readily available to make the explosives. in this day and age, to get commercially available or military grade explosives is still very difficult. but to get the requisite chemicals needed to make something that's going to explode, get it into a pressure cooker, put shrapnel in it, it's not very sophisticated. groups put it out online. it's information readily available for anyone who wants to find it on the internet. it's not very sophisticated, really, in making this. there's, you know, some planning in the logistics of it, obviously, and getting these
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devices scattered in the way they were. but sophisticated, not very. >> authorities have really downplayed any talk of the suspect being part of a cell or there being any connection to isis, that's always the first question that comes about. how do they go about determining whether he was radicalized? >> i think that's going to take some time. obviously he's now in custody and he's going to be interviewed, if he hasn't already, once he's cleared medically. i think, you know, if he cooperates and provides information, a lot of it will come through that. also forensically, putting together the pieces from all of his cellphones and e-mails and looking at him digitally, trying to trace, you know, his communications electronically, and also working with afghan authorities, now that they know he's traveled frequently to the place of his birth, afghanistan, try and see if they have any information about people they might have met with or groups he might have a part of or sympathetic too. after the fact it's hard to put together, say, a browsing history of someone's internet
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activity, but they can at least look at e-mails and texts and 12 data and see if he was in communication with anyone from terrorist groups, did he get information that would help him plan this and execute it. >> panmany, many hours of work still ahead. j.j., thanks so much for joining us here on nbc 10 news at 4:00. >> thanks for having me. >> count on nbc 10 for continuing coverage on this breaking story. for more information on the suspect and a timeline of the events that led to today's arrest, just tap the nbc 10 app. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. and turning to our weather now, we started the day with a wet commute. same thing for some drivers this afternoon. here's a live look at the ben fra franklin bridge. >> glenn, we really needed some rain, didn't we? >> yeah, but in some areas we
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got too much, like delaware and the jersey shore. it's tapering off there, still range in those two parts of the states. another batch of heavy rain coming into southern delaware near seifert right now and coming up toward central delaware. that should not make its way all the way up to the philadelphia area, just some lighter rain during the night tonight. lehigh valley, there's their share of rain too, three inches in leesport and cutstown. bethlehem and easton had less than an inch, still a lot of rain compared to what we had. there's more rain coming up through the philadelphia area. but things are generally quite he te quieting down. another batch could affect parts of the jersey shore for part of the morning rush. for much of the area, it's cloudy skies. when the sun comes out, the temperatures shoot up. we'll get into that in a few
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minutes. >> okay, glenn, see you soon. the eagles are back for a monday night matchup. >> against the bears. a lot of people are asking questions. john clark weighs in on the statement the eagle could make from the sidelines.
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organ donation supporters from philadelphia took part in a die-in on the steps of the harrisburg carpet today, representing the fact that someone in pennsylvania dice eve dies every 18 hours waiting for a life-saving organ donation. rain may have forced today's puerto rican flag ceremony inside. mayor jim kinny kicked off the event inside city hall this morning. the festival celebrates local
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hispanic heritage and cultural pride. the eagles are back against the bears tonight with their rookie quarterback at the end. >> john clark is live ahead of the monday night matchup. hey, john. >> reporter: carson wentz is hoping to make a statement with his first monday night game. and some eagles players are going to make a statement during the national anthem. we'll have more on that coming up. get all that sunshine out of chicago. great weather for the game. a super soaker here, we haven't seen rain like this in a long time. i'm tracking the showers in my exclusive nbc 10 first alert forecast.
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with police in linden, new jersey. >> investigators believe evidence links the 28-year-old to bomb blasts in seaside park, new jersey, and manhattan. they have found no evidence that the suspect is part of a larger terror network. an explosion started hours after a one-man shooting spree in philadelphia left five bystanders wounded. >> some philadelphia eagles players decided to stage a protest in order to draw attention to racial inequality. last week's game was on september 11th and the eagles opted not to make a statement as other teams have done, they said they stood out of respect for those who suffered during the attacks 15 years ago. john clark is live in chicago for tonight's game. >> john, what are people saying about the timing of this
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tonight? >> reporter: malcolm jenkins, eagles safety and veteran says there's never really a good time for this. they believe it is their responsibility as a professional athlete stage they're on to speak up for social injustice. head coach doug peterson said if it's an entire team thing, team unity, he will also join in the demonstration. but don't expect it to be the entire team. it may just be a select group of eagles players. we'll have more on that coming up later. also the debut of carson wentz. on monday night football tonight, you saw how well he did in week one, his first game in the nfl. now he has the number one selling jersey in the nfl. you have the president and vice president jumping on the wentz wagon. he'll be on a national stage tonight here in chicago where he was drafted just over four months ago.
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there are a lot of eagle fans who made the trip here to support carson and the birds. take a listen and watch this from the cubs game at wrigley field yesterday. [ crowd chanting ] >> reporter: hundreds of eagles fans at wrigley field and of course then you heard the boos from the cubs fans. tell you what, from being around chicago all day today, there are hundreds and hundreds of birds fans. they're going to be loud tonight. we'll have more coming up in an hour at 5:45 and we'll hear from carson wentz at 6:20. john clark in chicago, live at soldier field, back to you. >> announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. feel that sunshine in chicago? that's headed this way. it's going to take two or three days. the first thing that's got to happen is to get the rain out of here. we do have drier air that's
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moved into the washington area, baltimore. it's moving up in this direction. the general trend is for drying, although parts of southern delaware and extreme south jersey will keep getting more rain for a couple of days. we're looking in new jersey. the closer you are to philadelphia, the less rain you had. cherriville over an inch. mehlville over three inches of rain. this is just today. ho hopewell township over two inches of rain. it would have been nice if it balanced out a little bit. but some places -- look at that, leesport over three inches. easton and bethlehem less than one inch of rain. so we did have that much-needed rain during the day today. we have not had much during the
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last several weeks. it's just been -- we haven't gotten this, in the entire month put together. but now the dry pattern is going to return. as soon as this rain moves out, it's going to dry out again. here we go, as we go through the evening, there is some more rain in south jersey, just patchy areas of it. we have lingering clouds tomorrow. don't expect a lot of sunshine unless you're out of town and points north. then we're dry. and we finally get some sunshine on wednesday. the temperature trend is going to be affected by that, only 73 today, 79 tomorrow with the clouds. and then it starts getting warmer as we head toward the rest of the week. watch what happens, as we go through the night tonight, it's drying out up to the north. and we continue to see some moisture down to the south. look at that, atlantic city
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tomorrow morning, getting some rain, while the northern areas are just getting cloudy skies. sunshine in quakertown and allentown, 11:00 a.m., while it's raining in atlantic city. and then as we go to the afternoon, some places, again, to the north, seeing sunshine. and that pushes the temperatures up into the 80s. once west sunshine. there we are, on wednesday, thursday we're -- look at this, these are summer-like temperatures as we go toward thursday and friday. then we really cool down on sunday and into next week, and not a whole lot of rain after tonight. >> all right, glenn. nbc 10 responds to a viewer with a wireless data plan problem that piled on the bills and the phone calls. >> how nbc 10 responds got to the bottom of that problem and got her money back. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop... working for wall street.
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one viewer's attempt to end her wireless data plan didn't stop the bills from coming. >> our nbc 10 responds reporter got to the bottom of it. >> she put money down for an ipad and data plan. after she cancelled her service, she continued to receive bills. that's when nbc 10 responds got involved. >> reporter: barbara spends most of her time at home on disability. a few months ago she decided to cancel her ipad data plan and just use wi-fi. >> it was a waste of money. they said if i want to cancel internet, i need to cancel everything. i said okay. >> reporter: she paid $747 to buy out the ipad and end the
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monthly data plan. but 30 days later she was charged $151 for another month's data and ipad plan. >> they continued to send me bills and called me. >> reporter: she contacted t-mobile who referred her to the store where she bought the ipad. an employee said she no longer had an account and could not help her. that's when she contacted nbc 10 responds. we got in touch with t-mobile. the company told us it would look into the matter. that same night she says she received a phone call from a t-mobile rep who apologized and told her she had a zero balance. >> i'm so happen. >> reporter: okay, good, fist bump. >> in a statement, t-mobile told us the issue was resolved and out of respect for the customer's privacy they cannot provide further details. taking a look at our recovery counter, it now stands at $112,246. >> you might forget you still have the device with the data
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plan still going. >> now she's just using wi-fi. >> thank you, inez. our websites and phone numbers are on your screen if you have a complaint. coming up tomorrow on nbc 10 responds, a busted car seat clip causes problems for a south philadelphia family when they couldn't get the help they wanted from the company. they contacted harry, that's tomorrow on nbc 10 news at 4:00. nbc 10 news at 5:00 is next. >> here's keith jones. >> a bomber is captured after explosives are found in new jersey and new york. we have live team coverage. plus the suspect's father speaks out. and new details on a shooting rampage in west philadelphia. what we've learned about the note the shooter left behind. .
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>> announcer: nbc 10 breaking news. now at 5:00, the man suspected of planting a series of bombs in new york and new jersey is under arrest. investigators say they have every reason to believe this was terrorism but they think the suspect was acting alone. >> thanks to a little luck and a lot of police work, no one was killed in these attacks. here's what we've learned so far. the suspect, 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami. the surveillance video shows him running from police before he was hit during a shootout with officers in linden, new jersey.
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authorities tracked him down after a man discovered rahami asleep in the doorway of a bar. investigators say evidence links rahami to the bomb blast at seaside park, new jersey and manhattan on saturday. nbc news just spoke with arera i rahami's father who said he had no idea his son was plotting this. in a matter of three days, bombs were found or detonated in three different located. here they are. last night, five devices were found at a train station in elizabeth. investigators have yet to publicly tie rahami to those devices and say they're still gathering evidence. >> we have reporters looking into every angle of the story. let's begin with the latest details on his arrest. nbc 10's cydney long is live in linden, new jersey where he was caught this morning. cydney? >> reporter: jacqueline, good afternoon. authorities tell us it was a 911 call that led police to a bar about five blocks from where we're standing here


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