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right now on "nbc 10 news today," critically injured, a 7-year-old girl is in the hospital after crews rescued her from the flames that swept through this house. a live report from the scene is just ahead. vandal on the loose. police and drivers want to know who damaged several parked cars in a montgomery county town and why. we are still in winter's icy grip, but not everybody minds it. today ice skaters will be enjoying the weather at the blue cross river rink along penn's landing. a warmup is coming. we'll fill you in in the first alert neighborhood forecast. god morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's 9:00 on this sunday. one more bitter day of the blast
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of winter strurs and then we get a reprieve. meteorologist krystal klei has the most accurate forecast in the region. >> rosemary, it is very cold this morning. i'm surprised to see so many people out at the blue cross river rink. right now this is harsh. 11 degrees is what it feels like in philadelphia. northeast philly at 12. 8 for pottstown, 12 for allentown and 9 mt. holly to millville. this is a bit of an improvement. still single digits to around 10 degrees, not good to be outdoors in. here is part of the problem. it's the wind. still breezy out there. 16 at dover air force base. winds of 15 miles per hour in atlantic city. these winds still coming to the north to help bring in the cooler air. the winds make it feel colder than it truly is outside. radar and satellite shows us we are dry. today will be a sunny to mostly sunny day throughout.
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we'll look at the temperatures trending up. ger warmup for ynehborhood. her parents were also injurede . fors weree firefighters were at critical and stable themre pulling fort alarms to the folks oreaso. they appear to a much nender want?igatio >> you aretwo-y strike earlier morning. nbc 10 was in drexel hill. keystone health system issued a statement saying we are disappointed that the union had taken this action. delaware county memorial hospital is open, fully staffed and ready to meet the health care needs of our community. new this morning in montgomery county, police are saching for vandals who broke the windows of cars in jenkintown. it happened yesterday afternoon between the 200 block of rodman avenue and cloverly avenue.
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new this morning in new york, mr. is in brooklyn are looking into possible vandalism at a mostly jewish cemetery. last night a local politician snapped these photos of the toppled headstones and police on the scene. the police hate crimes division is on this case. it could be the latest in a rash of anti-semitic desecrations and threats across the country since the beginning of the year. police cadets are lending their help in the investigation into vandalism at a jewish cemetery in philadelphia. members of the philadelphia police explorers program went door-to-door yesterday handing out flyers to neighbors. they're encouraging people to report any information about the crime to police. you may remember last weekend vandals knocked overhead stones at mt. carmel jewish cemetery. the fbi has opened an investigation. local authorities are calling it a hate crime. today new jersey senator bob menendez will address the wave of anti-semitism across the shae a philadelphia police his son.
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rifice at the p a gift for his . he died hecity. sergeant he court upheld a lower court that's expecte t io russian aiv administration. pho s t those accusations calling them simply false. he added that neither president obama or any white house official ever ordered surveillance on any u.s. citizen. russia and the trump administration and certainly these tweets over the weekend will be part of the discussion on "meet the press." earlier today i asked "meet the press" moderator chuck todd about the allegations of the connection with russia that will top the discussion today. take a listen. >> did this controversy eclipse the president's address to congress this week and saturday sidetracking his agenda? >> i think it absolutely did and i think russia is absolutely on the verge of consuming this presidency. it's i think becoming a major distraction on capitol hill. i think the question is going to
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be how do republicans figure out how to compartmentalize this distraction. without that ability to compartmentalize, this thing is going to every beak eat i understand the president's ability to drive an agenda. >> chuck todd will discuss the trump administration's russia connection with his exclusive guest, senate minority leader chuck schumer and republican senator marco rubio. "meet the press" comes your way at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. right here in our neck of the woods, the polo ralph lauren store in center city is closing today. the closure is part of a larger restructuring plan at ralph lauren. the center city store will be open from noon to 5:00 today, and then that's it. the bellevue streets. in new jersey is to the bea
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we go into the10:00 a.m.frzing >> giving back by giving a voice to someone who communicates differently than most. ahead we'll take you to the campus of villa nova university to show you how engineering students are working together to help somebody else.
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still breezy through the mng closer to what they airporti . if you can wait until thetempat8 e are clear as c cleara pattern in place,at l town with wilmington. wind gusts are going to be something we have to focus in on. they are starting to die down as we speak. you see they really drop off. calm to five miles per hour. not going to notice it much by this afternoon. even overnight and into your monday, monday he will start to see a change, light to a little breezy by 6:00 p.m. but this increase in value you'll really start to note by tuesday morning where we have
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gusts 20 to 25 miles per hour. they continue to strengthen from there tuesday, wednesday and thursday looking at windy conditions. here is your ten-day on 10. 38 on sunday, goes to 53 on monday. by tuesday up to 65 degrees. the average high this time of year in philadelphia is 49. we're looking at a big warmup. there's the windy conditions dropping back down to the lower 50s. a chance of shower tuesday, not again until the end of next weekend. >> thanks, krystal. south bethany is the last beach along delaware's coast without a smoking ban. that could be changing. town leaders are considering an ordinance to ban the use of tobacco, vapor and marijuana on the beach and in beach access areas. it could be passed as early as next month. child detention centers on school buses is the law in new jersey. more than a year after governor christie signed the bill, the sensors are still not installed on most buses in the state.
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the reason for that, state regulations are still not approved. the sensors would trigger an alarm if a kid were to run in front of or behind the school bus. the state education department says it's working with the motor vehicle commission to develop the regulation. until then officials are urging school bus manufacturers to comply with the law as best they can. this week's wednesday's child is sponsored by mealy's furniture. just what you're looking for. >> he's passionate about sports and his country. nbc 10's vai sikahema introduces us to isaiah. >> uh-oh. >> he's not playing. >> we brought isaiah here because he loves to work out and play hoops. >> whoo! >> personal trainer warms us up
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with a game of p.i.g. before we get in our work out. >> let's go. >> what do you want to be when you grow up? >> i want to be a marine. >> why do you want to be a marine? >> i've always wanted to. >> you've always wanted to be a marine. you like the uniforms, wants to serve your country. >> kind of both. >> isaiah, how important is it to have a family? >> very important to me. >> why? >> because family is everything. >> what kind of things do you learn from being in the family? >> respect for others, manners. >> could you describe what love means in a family? >> having respect for each other and their property, caring for
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each other, having your family's back. >> i think you're going to do very well. i think you'll be a good marine. >> okay. >> semper phi, always faithful. isaiah is this week's wednesday's child. >> if you'd like to make isaiah's dream come true or the dream of any wednesday's child, go to our website, and search wednesday's child, you can also call the national adoption center at 1-866-do-adopt. four of the five top scoring high schools in pennsylvania when it comes to the s.a.t.s are right here in our area. number one is masterman's in philadelphia where the average score is 1978. two is downingtown stem, three is conestoga senior high school, and rounding out the top five, lower marion high school. the pennsylvania department of education put the list together. a quick recall to know about. a peanut butter substitute is
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being pulled from the shelves after 12 people became sick with e. coli. the recall is for i.m. healthy original creamy soynut butter that has best by dates of august 30 and 31, 2018. 9:22 on this sunday. 6 r sixers, flyers, both in action. in the next half hour we have the highlights in our sunday morning sports. plus a very personal assignment. villa nova engineering students work together to help give this young man a voice. also ahead -- >> this is my best good friend kelly ann. she ain't got no legs. >> "snl" is back in session. coming up you'll watch more of saturday nightlife's spoof on this week's jeff sessions-russia controversy.
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someone speak in his own way. their mission has become more than just getting an a on the assignment. >> reporter: frankie kineavy is a villa nova graduate. but he's back, this time for students to learn from him. >> frankie has spastic cerebral palsy. >> it makes it harder for him to share his thoughts, but it's not impossible. right now he uses this board on his wheelchair pointing to letters and numbers to spell out words and phrases. last spring a few engineering students were tasked with a challenge. >> working on this project with frankie has been all of that and more. >> reporter: a challenge to give frankie a voice. >> i will predict what frankie is going to say next. >> reporter: brian and liam have been working on a 21 isst century solution to frankie's communication board. >> we wanted someone to be able to walk up to frankie on the street to have a normal everyday conversation with him.
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>> when one idea failed -- >> he drags quite often, so we ladd to minimize that. >> reporter: they they tried another, using a 3d printer to make a key guard. >> you see how it outlines perfectly. >> all smiles when an idea comes together. >> he's able to connect with us. we get to joke every time we see him. >> reporter: the task requires hours of dedication and months of research. frankie's good friend greg is hoping for a home run. >> by making frankie more independent, that allows us to branch out and anybody facing some type of adversity or would have a challenge that this service could provide, frankie is a great person to test that out. >> it's easy to work with something like that when you're so passionate about it. >> it's a great feeling. >> reporter: no doubt about that. the idea is to hopefully create something that can be used by a lot of people, not just frankie. still quite a bit of work to go. these guys say it's worth every minute. matt delucia, nbc 10 news.
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9:28 on this sunday. fire forces a family out of their house and sends a 7-year-old girl into the hospital. her parents were also injured. next we talk to firefighters about how it happened and what they're doing today to prevent future tragedies in the neighborhood. dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to worry about student loan debt. i graduated into it. it was keeping me from doing the things i love, like traveling to see my nephews.
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we were fortunate to get to this young child hopefully in time. >> a 7-year-old girl rescued from her burning home. today philadelphia firefighters will return to her neighborhood to try to save more lives. allegations of joining isis. a new york man faces charges after federal investigators say he tried to becomes a member of the terror group. winter makes a comeback and they are loving it at camelback ski resort in the pocono mountains. we're feeling some of the coldest weather of the season. so what happened to spring? we'll tell you about it in just a moment. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. it's just after 9:30 on this sunday. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking the trimming id temperatures this morning and a change, a nice change ahead for the week. krystal? >> that's exactly right. we are tracking a warmup, just not for your sunday. i'm sorry if you need to get outdoors, have plans to run
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around today, you're going to need a lot of layers. take a look at the 24-hour change maps. we're comparing yesterday morning to right now. yesterday morning was cold. today it's colder. seven degrees colder in philadelphia, vineland, wilmington and coatesville. here are the actual temperatures, right around the low 20s now. this is an improvement from the teens we had earlier. we're at 20 in allentown. still 19 in coatesville. philadelphia, 21. atlantic city, 23 degrees for our temperatures. the winds are making it feel colder than it truly is. they're coming in from the north, pushing in cooler air. at 12 miles per hour in philadelphia, 14 miles per hour in millville, also in the teens, 15-mile-per-hour winds for atlantic city down to wildwood. it feels still in some areas like single digits. we'll track out the temperature trend for today and talk about the warmup for your workweek coming up. today investigators will return to the scene of a house fire in philadelphia's west oak
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lane neighborhood where crews rescued a 7-year-old girl overnight. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at the scene to tell us more about the family and the fire. a tough day for that neighborhood, matt. >> reporter: absolutely, rosemary. quite a few questions as to how this happened. you can see just a pile of debris here and something that was inside the house at the time. you can see the house right here, the windows are burned out and much of this home is not salvageable. last night it was fairly chaotic on the 6500 block of bouvier street. firefighters rushed in to save a girl on the second floor bedroom. when firefighters arrived, it was engulfed in flames. once you had friegts attacking the flames from the outside, firefighters went inside to find the 7-year-old girl that was trapped. >> that's how we were fortunate to get to this young child and hopefully in time that we made a
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difference here. that 7-year-old was taken to the hospital in critical but stable condition this morning. the parents were also taken to the hospital. as we take another live look, the fire didn't spread to any neighboring homes. the firefighters were able to contain this despite the cold temperatures and wind they had last night. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. fire marshal is expected to be back out here. firefighters say they will be back out today handing out smoke alarms to the residents around here trying to prevent any other issues from happening. it's unclear if any other spoke detectors inside this home would have helped matters in this particular case. again, all this is still under investigation. live in west oak lane, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. as crews were on their way to another fire, it rear-ended a car. you can see the back of the car had significant damage, but
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fortunately nobody was hurt. the crews were on their way to this fire on north american street. it took firefighters about an hour to put out the flames in this two-story warehouse. nobody here was hurt either. investigators continue to look for a cause. a new york man is under arrest this morning on charges that he tried to join and support isis. elvis redzepgic appeared in federal court yesterday. authorities say he traveled overseas at least twice in the hope of reaching syria to join isis fighters. they say he told police he was prepared to strap a bomb to his body. a philadelphia woman who pleaded guilty to a similar charge will face sentencing in may. leanne know thomas was arrested last april. she was trying to raise money online to travel to syria to join the terrorist group. in camden, a disturbing discovery. authorities are investigating human bones found near pine point park. the remains were discovered last
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week on the shoreline facing the delaware river. it's unclear exactly how long they had been there. analysts are trying to identify those remains. a small memorial of flowers and candles now sits outside of a pottstown wendy's to remember an employee. donald per nil was hit and killed in a crash. police are still searching for the driver. they're looking for a dark colored pickup truck with front end damage. this morning a philadelphia woman is facing charges in connection with a road rage incident in delaware that led to a stabbing. u.s. marshals and state police arrested mary craig yesterday. the 71-year-old is accused of stabbing a woman on south dupont highway back in november. craig is out on bail, charged with first degree assault and possession of a deadly weapon. tomorrow in the lehigh valley the board of
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commissioners for bethlehem township will take a final vote on medical marijuana measures. athey want to limit where growers and dispensaries can operate. the measures would also prohibit dispensaries from having drive-throughs and outdoor vending machines. this morning pennsylvania senate democrats are still locked out of their website and their e-mails following a cyber attack. state officials say hackers infected the lawmakers' computers systems on friday demanding an online ransom payment to clear it. they're working with the fbi and microsoft to fix the issue. 9:37 on this sunday. 21 degrees outside. thinking spring, it may be die with the temperatures in the low teens and 20s. ahead in our next half hour, we'll tell you what experts say you should be doing before you make those final travel arrangements. also, no longer a stop.
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if you did the bus in center city, we'll tell you why you won't be annual to board the bus at 15th and market streets for quite a few months.
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the winds are playing a big factor in the forecast for the last several days. today no different. the morning hours as we continue along, the winds will start to weaken. by the afternoon we're only looking at winds around five to ten miles per hour, still enough to make it feel colder than it truly is. the good news is those winds will be dying down. still breezy this morning, gusts up to 25 miles per hour are possible. here are your feels-like temperatures. right now in the teens as we go through the afternoon, right around lunchtime, close to the low 20s. as we get to 4:30, the low 30 es. that's it. that's the warmest we're going to feel today due to the fact that actual temperatures only make it to the mid to upper 30s. yesterday 36, today 38.
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still close to ten degrees below average. the climb is on, 50s, then 60s monday to tuesday. we'll talk more about that neighborhood by neighborhood coming up. supporters of president trump are rallying in places like new york, washington and columbus of ohio, thousands of people came out in full force to say they back the president all the way. bensalem bucks county was also the scene of a pro trump rally. nbc 10 was here where hundreds turned out to show their support. the event was called people for trump. one of the organizers tell us rallies looic this one are not just for people who agree with the president, but for all americans. >> for americans that don't like what we're doing here today, we still want them to do well. we want to bring them along. >> rally organizers also tell us they are determined to grow they're vent over the next four
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years so trump backers are no longer known as the silent majority. president trump fired off some tweets weekend while spending another weekend at the mar-a-lago resort in florida. it's the fourth time he's been there since taking office. it turns out the president's visits are something of a mixed blessing, getting a mixed reception in palm beach. upscale shops are seeing traffic, but aviation firms are dealing with flight restrictions and the county says at the moment it's stuck with a growing bill for extra security. >> i think there's a lot more people interested in coming to the avenue. >> we've written a letter to the federal government asking for the reimbursement for the over time for the sheriff and the impacts. but as of today we haven't heard back. >> as a candidate president trump said if elected he would rarely leave the white house. also on the campaign trail he blasted president obama for taking vacations that cost
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taxpayers millions. if you missed "saturday night live" on nbc 10 last night, you missed the cast portraying attorney general jeff sessions as forest gump on the russia controversy. here's the clip. >> i've just got to prove to everybody i don't have any ties to the russians whatsoever. >> this meeting never happened. >> i wasn't going to remember it anyway. >> that's kate mckinnon, by the way, playing jeff sessions. 9:43 on this sunday as we shiver in the bitter cold here, we've got spring training highlights from employee water
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. take a look at this rescue operation following an avalanche in canada. two men were skiing in british columbia yesterday when a wall of snow swept one of the men 400 feet downhill and into a gully. somehow the other skier was able to dig him out. a helicopter carried the victim off the mountain. he's now in the hospital recovering from some serious injuries. just about 9:45 on this sunday. 21 degrees. slowly inching up. earlier it was in the teens just outside the nbc 10 studios. hate to tell you, not going to be terribly warm today. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all for us. some good news in the forecast. >> we are going to see a bigger warmup. today is the last day that cold air will grip our region. this is a live look outside in philadelphia. you can see we're looking out through center city. it's sunny. it looks nice out there. if you've got a ton of layers on, it's actually a fine day to be outdoors. but you need to dress
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appropriately. it's not going to get warm. what you felt yesterday in the afternoon will be similar to today. yesterday the windchills were more harsh than i expect for sunday. jersey shore neighborhood temperatures, these look better than they did a couple hours ago when we were in the teens. we're at 27 now cape may courthouse and 25 for woodbine. atlantic city sitting at 25 degrees currently. the numbers will climb into the 30s as we get later on into your day. same deal as we go further inland. now you look at your new jersey neighborhoods. turnersville at 22, cinnaminson at 22. coil field sitting at 24 for the current reading. we continue to track, princeton 23 outside. when you're excited about the 20s, we started in the teens this morning. it felt like single digits. in fact, some areas had
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feels-like temperatures at zero. no longer the case. we or starting to see a pickup. radar and satellite shows us from northeast all the way through to ohio, west virginia and michigan. you see clear conditions. there's no rain, not much cloud coverage. today is going to be a sunny one for us. we're not going to see any change in your sky conditions today because there's nothing to move in. sunny to mostly sunny. again, it will be very pretty outside. just not the most comfortable. 38 your temperature today in philly, at 53 for your monday. up to 65 tuesday. this is the relief we were just talking about, getting up to the 60s by your tuesday. also late day showers are expected. in the suburbs, 37 today, clouds building in monday at 51 degrees. maybe even an isolated shower for the lehigh valley at 48. low 50s in new jersey by tomorrow and 64 tuesday. only get to 36 at the jersey shore today, then 48 on monday. delaware from 39 to 53 all the way up to 65 on tuesday again with some of the showers moving
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through. so the chance of rain is pretty much non-existent aside from tuesday into early wednesday morning. it will be a little better chance in atlantic city into early wednesday morning because the sis stemt will track from west to east. they get the tail end of the morning hours. thursday we drop off those chances again. what we're looking at is a dry and mild forecast as we go throughout your workweek. here is the look. the one problem will be the wind. you see the climb to the 60s on tuesday. we're windy for your wednesday, thursday, with 50s in the forecast. >> this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> i'm danny pommells from csn. flyers visiting the capitals. orange and black four points behind the islanders for the second wildcard. no storing until the third period. flyers on the rush, nice passing and sean couturia redirects it
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in. 1:20 later, dmitry orloff blasts one by steve mason. a couple of chop sticks on the board. tied at one. we go to overtime, alex ovechkin to t.j. seems to have an open net. mason makes the great save. but how does he do it? with his mask. ouch. hits him right between the eyes. he stays in the game. nicklas backstrom rips one by mason. caps win 2-1. flyers take it on the chin and get a point and are three out of the wildcard. >> yeah, a point is good. obviously two would be better. every point is huge right now, especially in washington. so we'll take it, got to recover and get ready for tuesday. >> following friday night's win over the knicks, the sixers back at it last night against the pistons. but minus jalil okafor. he sat because of knee soreness. nik stauskas hits the jumper to tie the game at 48 in the second. pistons went on a 12-0 run
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capped by philly native marcus morris stepping in for the jumper from the corner to lead third quarter, former sixer smith takes it to the net. misses the layup. andre drummond cleans it up. pistons up by 30. sixers get drubbed 136-106. >> embarrassing getting beat like that especially on our home floor. we played this team well before in detroit we had a good game against them. we didn't bring the energy and >> villa nova regular season finale at georgetown. jalen brunson 3 of the 17, nova up ten at the break. to the second half, darrell time, gets the ball to josh hart. reynolds missed five games with a rib injury. hart hits the three. later hart inside to jenkins. he had 19 points. nova wins 81-65. la salle hosting fordham, jordan
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price's final game at the gola. another senior stole the show. walk-on hank davis, nine career points goes sea to shining sea with the circus shot, a moment he'll never forget. give him his props. st. joe wrapping up the regular charlie brown, the freshman, has been money all season, hawks at duquesne trying to play hero. hero is just a sandwich. st. joe's wins 63-60. they'll play umass in the first round of the tournament. >> penn needed two things to happen to qualify for the inaugural ivy league tournament. quakers have to beat harvard and columbia had to lose to yale. columbia did its part. how about penn? that game ended before the penn game. the quakers aware of the stakes. jackson donohue, get you some. the long three with six seconds left.
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his only shot of the game, harvard with one last chance, off the rim. cory john comes up empty, 75-72 penn wins and qualifies for the ivy league tournament. phillies hosting the braves, franco continues, base hit into the outfield, scores franco hitting .385. phillies turn a 4-2 deficit into a 7-4 lead. knapp and cousins with two of the key hits. phils bat around in the inning and win 7-4. philadelphia's danny garcia in the welterweight unification fight against thurmond in brooklyn. first round garcia takes a huge shot to the jaw. a lesser man would have went down to the canvas. he stayed upright and held on. final round garcia with a flurry. it is thurman in the end that gets the split decision. garcia's first loss of his career. that's your look at sports.
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i'm danny pommel, csn.
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if you take the bus in center city philadelphia, the bus stop at 15th and market streets is going to be closed starting at 6:00 this evening. it's going to be closed for quite a while. it's all because of a construction project expected to last through october. so if you get on the bus at 15th and market, you can board that same bus at 16th and market during the length of this project. earlier this week philadelphia mayor jim kenney talked about more than just numbers. he also said philadelphians are under attack. on this week's "nbc10 @issue," we asked him to explain. >> there is this need now to replicate in some elected officials minds, both in
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washington and harrisburg, the successful trump effect. so they are playing to the things that he brought forward in the campaign like xenophobia and misogyny -- >> we also talked to the mayor about politicians communicating with the public on social media. you can see the rest of the conversation on "nbc10 @issue" at 11:30 right here on nbc 10. "nbc 10 news today" another half hour of news. nbc 10's matt delucia live at fire. matt? >> reporter: and with a little girl in the hospital this morning, there's still questions as to what started this fire at west oak lane. we'll have another update after the break. dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to worry about student loan debt. i graduated into it. it was keeping me from doing the things i love, like traveling to see my nephews.
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right now on "nbc 10 news today," critically injured. crews rescue a 7-year-old girl from fast moving flames that ripped through this row home overnight. we're live at the scene with an update on the investigation. vandal on the loose. police and drivers in montgomery county want to know who damaged several cars and why. just when you thought spring was here, winter bites back with bitter temperatures. but ice skaters at the blue cross river rink don't mind the wintery weather. it won't be here for the rest of the week. we have the details in the first alert neighborhood forecast. last day to do some ice skating at the blue cross river rink. it closes t
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