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to the rescue. firefighters pull a man from his north philadelphia home just as it's collapsing inside. the details, straight ahead. we are off the to a the breezy start. here is a live look at those wind turbines down in south philadelphia at the sports complex. sunshine is on the way today, bringing pleasant weather. we'll track the warming trend in just moments in the first alert neighborhood forecast. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. it's 5:30 on this friday. plenty to get to. let's begin with that weather. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking a change in the weather for us, a nice change. krystal, tell us about it. >> yeah, i get to be the bear of good news today. we are tracking very good conditions for your weekend to get outdoors and enjoy yourself. we're at 39 in fcphiladelphia, in northeast philly and wilmington. lancaster, only at 35 degrees.
that's the actual temperature. it feels like 29, because we're also a tad breezy this morning. take a look at the current winds. they're not terrible and certainly not as strong as they were yesterday afternoon, but still sitting around 10 miles per hour in philadelphia, wilmington, coatesville, close to that in dover and 14 miles per hour in atlantic city. what's going to happen today, still breezy-to-windy conditions through the afternoon. so you do have to deal with those winds the rest of today. radar and satellite, much better picture. we have some lingering clouds along the eastern edge of our viewing area, but those are moving out and what's going to be left? nothing. we're just going to have sunshine in today's forecast. take a peek at the bottom of the screen, you might notice that neighborhood by neighborhood, that temperature trend is just going up and up. we're going to track those temperatures out right into your next workweek, talking 80s by monday. we'll look closer at where you can see those 80s, coming up. looking forward to that. thanks, krystal. this morning, new castle county police say their top priority is finding the man who kidnapped and sexually assaulted
a 4-year-old girl. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in wilmington with more on the investigation. matt, tell us about it. >> reporter: rosemary, this is the park where that little girl was found and police are now warning parents to be on the lookout and also to warn their kids about stranger danger. now, this all happened on thursday evening in new castle county. police say they were called out to this neighborhood of plum run after the 4-year-old went mi missing. about two hours later, police found her walking alone in banning park. police have been going door to door over the past couple of days, trying to find surveillance video. children here saw it happen. witnesses say the man pulled up in a dark sedan that had tinted windows and kids were playing outside and this man started talking with the young girl. >> i saw him wave his hand to get in the car. he snatched one of them and started chasing after the car. >> reporter: and the girl was
taken to the hospital for treatment. police say that she was sexually assaulted. she has since been reunited with her parents. but again, that kidnapper is still on the loose. police are still looking for that man, at this hour. and they cannot stress enough that warning to parents to exercise that extra caution and vigilance and warn their children about this danger, as well. for now, i'm live in wilmington, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that, matt. new this morning, three people are hurt, one critically injured after their car overturned in philadelphia. the accident happened along kelly drive around 3:00 this morning. we're told one man is in critical condition with head injuries. the two other victims had less serious injuries. right now, kelly drive, as you can see, is shut down. it shut down between southberry road and hundred noney park ave police can continue to investigate. an overturned car in southwest philadelphia sent the driver of this accident to the hospital. nbc 10 was on the scene along
i-95 near the airport where the car veered from the northbound lanes and rolled down an embankme embankment. it happened around 3:00 this morning. medics took the driver to the hospital with head, neck, and back injuries. right now, police are looking for the cause of this accident. take a look at this video that shows firefighters rescuing a man as the inside of his north philadelphia home was collapsing. crews say leaking water may be to blame. they were called to this house on fountain street yesterday afternoon. crews strapped the man to a stretcher, then carefully lowered him from a window to the street below. he was treated the for only minor injuries. the u.s. is promising to keep up pressure on syria and russia, following american missile strikes in response to a nerve gas attack that killed civilians, including children. nbc national correspondent, jay gray, reports. >> reporter: 24 hours after the u.s. missile strike, new images
of the damage at is a rather air base. damaging 20 syrian aircraft, as well as hangers, fuel, and weapons depots. >> the single is as important as the actual damage that was done. >> that signal from the administration marking a shift in strategy, now not only questioning, but directly challenging syrian president, bashar al assad. >> the moral stain of the assad regime could no longer go unanswered. >> reporter: while secretary of state rex tillerson has called russia complicit or simply incompetent after the chemical attacks. russia's u.n. ambassador firing back, calling the u.s. military action illegal and ineffective. >> the consequences of this for regional and international stability could be extremely serious. >> reporter: syrian president assad has labelled the strikes, quote, reckless and
irresponsible, while american allies across the globe are applauding the response. with u.n. ambassador nikki haley warning, president trump has not ruled out further military action. >> we are prepared to do more. but we hope that will not be necessary. >> reporter: jay gray, nbc news, palm beach, florida. chuck todd, moderator of nbc's "meet the press" spoke yesterday at villanova university and we asked chuck todd, what's next in the conflict in syria? he tells us there are too many unanswered questions. >> some who believe this is a beginning that needs to then have the united states escalate its involvement there. others will view this as, no, this was essentially the united states saying, hey, there are some enormous and when they're violated, we're going to punish the vouriolators on this. and i think that that's -- that, to me, is an open question. and is there now a wedge between trump and putin? >> reporter: chuck todd will get a wide perspective on syria when he talks with senators tim
kaine, lindsey graham, and bernie sanders tomorrow morning on "meet the press." "meet the press" airs right here on nbc 10 at 10:30. former vice president joe biden got a hero's welcome from students at the university of delaware yesterday. he was at his alma mater to spread the word about the new biden institute. it's a research and policy center focused on a wide range of issues. biden didn't talk party politics with the students, but i did ask him about a recent accusation made by president trump. >> what about president trump's remarks blaming the chemical warfare this week on the obama administration? >> classic trump. >> biden told the delaware students he is confident they will find the answers to our country's problems. he added that the biden institute will be a place that gives birth to those solutions. today, legendary newsman tom brokaw will be at drexel
university to discuss his 50-year career in journalism. he'll join a former producer, who heads up drexel's redman institute for entertainment industry studies. the event will be held from 2:00 to 4:00 this afternoon and it is free to the public. coming up, could job cuts be on the way for some state workers? we'll take a look at what the governor says about hundreds of layoffs in pennsylvania that he says could come with the budget working its way through the state house. and honoring the wilt. today, the sixers will pay tribute to the legendary wilt chamberlin. we'll fill you in on what they're unveiling at their south jersey training complex when we come back.
welcome back. we're taking a live look outside, looking through the sports complex area. you can just barely see those wind turbines kind of spinning around a bit. it is still a little breezy this morning, and as we go through the rest of today, it will be another windy one. not quite as windy as yesterday, but you will notice it. the good news is, that's the only thing similar to yesterday. temperatures are going to pick up, we're going to have sunshine today. really nice forecast. in delaware, we're at 39 right now. time is 5:41 this morning. we'll be about 46, though, for your temperature at 10:00 a.m. then we get into the afternoon, 2:00 p.m., 55 in delaware and upper 50s by 4:00 with those winds, like i mentioned, picking up to around 20 miles per hour. in the philly area, we're currently at 41 degrees. the pickup is very similar to delaware. 50 at noon, 54 at 2:00 p.m., and 57 by 4:00. winds also at 18 miles per hour. in the lehigh valley, a little different, just slightly cooler. we're at 36 right now, clear conditions. winds are actually fairly light at 8 miles per hour, but they
will also pick up close to 20 miles per hour at 48 degrees, with noon. sunny across the board. and mid-50s by the afternoon for those high temperatures. but mid-50s is not where it stops. we get even warmer in the days to come. we'll take a closer look at how high those temperatures go, coming up. as we head into the warmer months, yes, we're getting there, with the nice weather comes the bugs. and a new report from a pesk management group says we should expect a very buggy spring and summer. the report says ticks, stick bugs, ants and others pests will be out in full force. 5:42 right now on this saturday. the u.s. women's hockey team was in another showdown with canada in the gold medal matchup of the world cup. we'll have more on that. plus, baseball's back in town. the phillies staged a valiant comeback in their home opener. how close they came to sendi ii
our tender flo's filet, and the juicy new york strip. and for lunch, try our steakhouse burger or any steakhouse lunch combo. you can't fake steak. hyundai and kia are recalling nearly 1.5 million cars because of engine problems. he here's the deal. the recall involves hyundai's sonata and santa fe and kia's optima sorrento and sportage. their engines can overheat and fail. if owners here a knocking sound from the engine or if they get engine warning lights on their dashboards, they should contact their dealers immediately. a judge says new jersey can cut pay and benefits for atlantic city firefighters while a legal case continues over the resort city's finances. the state says the cuts will save atlantic city $14 million this year.
officials inu.s. sist it will n hurt public safety. the state took over ac's contracts last fall. contract changes are set to happen as early as next week. democratic governor tom wolf says a house-approved republican budget proposal could mean job cuts for hundreds of state workers. an analysis shows the deepest cuts would hit the department of correction. more than 600 employees could be laid off. and 400 jobs could disappear from the state department and health and human services. let's head now to delaware, where the state department of health is reminding you to get your flu shot. this after three more people died. one of the men who died had no pre-existing conditions. so far this flu season, 14 people have died in delaware. that's double the amount from last year. flu season, by the way, can last until may. here is a the fair warning if you plan to drive along i-95 this weekend, state police in pennsylvania, new jersey, and delaware will all be targeting
distracted drivers, impaired drivers, and anybody speeding. it's called the drive to save lives campaign and the goal is to reduce deadly crashes. today in the lehigh valley, if you need to travel abroad, the main post office in allentown wants to make it a little bit easier for you. the post office will be holding a passport event this morning from 9:00 to noon. you can apply for a typical passport book or a cheaper passport card. remember to bring with you the proper i.d., photo, and fees. also today, the 76ers will unveil a sculpture honoring legend, wilt chamberlain. the ceremony is set for 1:30 this afternoon. the sculpture unveiling is the finale of the season-long celebration of the 76ers' first nba title 50 years ago. chamberlain was the center on the 1967 chance. he died in 1999. let's take a live look right now at the wells fargo center. that's where the nhl scentennia
fan arena is setting up shop. it's celebrating the first 100 years. you can see the stanley cup and take photos with your favorite flyers alumni. it runs today from 10:00 to 6:00 and tomorrow from 3:00 to 7:00. 5:48 right now on this saturday, 41 degrees outside, but that temperature is going to slowly bump up throughout the day and even into tomorrow. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking that warming trend for us. krystal? >> and the day after that, and the day after that, really looking at a nice warming trend, as we go forward. i know that rose maumary and i been eagerly awaiting these numbers to move across the board. temperatures right now at 35 degrees. that's the same for lincoln university. west bradford township, you're at 36. exton also at 36 degrees. pretty much the same across the board. elroy, warrenton sitting at 36. ft. washington at 37.
it's chilly out there to start. and it feels colder than this because we're a little breezy. but this is the small price to pay for the big warm-up that we have in the days to come. 33 for mays landing, near freezing there. atlantic city near freezing as well. conditions are finally clear. here's a look at your first alert radar and satellite. sop clouds that are hanging along the eastern edge of our viewing area. they're kind of scooting on out, and what's left is clear conditions for us right as the sun comes up. the i understand, like i mentioned, a little breezy. 10 miles per hour in philadelphia. 14 in atlantic city. wildwood, your winds reporting right now with just 13 miles per hour. as we progress through today, i do expect these will pick up a bit. we're looking at gusts around 3 miles per hour, at best. that's the windiest we get. not quite as windy as yesterday, so today it's more of a breezy to windy forecast. nonetheless, you will notice it
if you are doing a lot of stuff outdoors, you may want to grab the cat before you head out. take a look at the three-day outlook. this is an impressive right. to 58 today. much better than the 49-degree temperature we saw yesterday afternoon. but it keeps getting better. 68 for your sunday nor philadelphia. still sunny. and on monday, we have a mix of some clouds and sun, all the way up to 80 degrees for the forecast high temperature. and actually, tuesday, it even gets a couple of degrees warmer than that. we're finally breaking into the 80s for us, and that will be the first 80 of the year officially at the airport. notice those overnight lows are getting better, too. although tomorrow morning, still a little chilly. in the lehigh valley, 55 for your saturday and 64 for your sunday. monday, we get up to 76 degrees, for both the lehigh valley, berks county talking those mid-70s. in new jersey, 59 for today. at the shore, 58. and in delaware 60 today. look at the rise tomorrow. for new jersey and delaware, that's upper 60s.
now, the shore is still going to have the moderating effect from the ocean water, so we stay about the upper 50s. we'll get to the upper 60s on monday, but the upper 70s, new jersey and delaware both at 78 degrees for your monday forecast and still dry. we'll talk more about when the next chance of rain is in the forecast coming up with the t d ten-day on 10, that's in the next half hour. >> announcer: this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you watch tv. >> good morning. i'm danny pommells. hosting the nationals, top of the first, bryce harper, a runner on, takes velasquez, up and out. two on for jayson werth and the former phil sizes up rodriguez' pitch in a three-run shot, makes
it 7-0. the phillies haven't put up a run yet, but they come back like some bad tuna. bottom nine, freddy galvis with the runner on. yard works. it's a one-run game. trying to play hero, but just a sandwich. phillies fall 7-6. john clark has more. >> the start for vince velasquez was like a lot of his last year. he had ten strikeouts, but only pitched four innings, gave up the four runs on the two-run homers. like last year, had a problem pitching deeper in the game. >> when i deep in the game, anything could happen. but, you know, i give my guys credit at the end for battling how they did. a lack of performance on my end and i've got to work on that. >> reporter: the phillies really fought back, but in the end, their four, five, six hitters haven't gotten going yet.
in the first four games, thaey'e a combined 3 for 39. >> they have their issues, but they're not as bad as their numbers indicate right now. they'll come around. they'll get to pint where they're comfortable. >> we have to get ready and come back tomorrow. >> reporter: so the phillies have lost six straight home openers and have lost 13 of 14 to the nationals. at citizens bank park, john clark, csn. >> john, thanks. the hobey baker award for the college hockey player of the year was given out last night. mike beckione was a finalist, but lost to will butcher. this went to overtime. an american, hillary knight gets the golden goal. the americans win their fourth straight world championship in dramatic fashion, 3-2, the final. to football now. the eagles introduced defensetive tackle tim jernigan
tonight, the museum of the american revolution will host a the black tie gala. the museum in philadelphia's old city neighborhood will tell the complete story of the american revolution through artifacts, artwork, and manuscripts. the museum opens to the public on prapril 19th. last night in philadelphia, turning points for children held its annual kids at heart gala at the franklin institute. turning points a local agency that's focused on ending child abuse. nbc 10's keith jones emceed the event. so there is a peep show going on in maryland this month this the features the famous marshmallow treats made by the just born company based out of bethlehem. it features over 150 tasty characters like the peepalisa, the mr. peeptato head and genius
albert eeinpeep. that didn't work quite as well as some of the other ones. coming up, a manhunt is on in new castle county for the kidnapper who sexually assaulted a young child. nbc 10's matt delucia is following the search and also following a warning for the neighborhood. matt? >> reporter: and rosemary, while police still search for that kidnapper, they have a warning for other parents in this neighborhood. u i'll have that, coming up. >> and taking a live look outside wilmington, delaware, the sun is coming up and it's going to be a nice big warm-up in the days to come. we'll track it out for you, neighborhood by neighborhood, coming up. here's a live look outside penn's landing. beautiful shot of the ben franklin. vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers.
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right now on nbc 10 news today, police are searching for the kidnapper who sexually assaulted a 4-year-old girl. they have a warning for parents in a delaware neighborhood. a live report is straight ahead. vandals strike another jewish cemetery in our area. police are now looking for the people who toppled these headstones. snc [ chanting ] syrian immigrants in