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and storm will align, turning daylight into darkness. the franklin institute will have a number of ways to see the event during a free viewing party off the parkway. today, a lot of people were on a mission to find the special glasses. we talked to a surgeon at will's eye center. looking at the eclipse without special glasses can do permanent damage to your eyes. >> you're doing something you don't normally do, and that's where the recipe for disaster comes. once it happens, we don't have a good way to make it go away. >> those lucky enough to have glass should put them on before they look up. if you do not have them, they're --
now let's get to the forecast with erika martin. is rain a threat to hit the region? >> here's the deal. we do have some clouds and scattered showers flirting with our viewing area. i'm going to time that out for you. neighborhoods right now are quiet. we're seeing just a few clouds to the west of lehigh valley. everything here is high and dry and mostly clear. here is our hour by hour forecast. tomorrow through 1:30 p.m., we see clouds develop across our viewing area, especially likely for the p.a. superbs and the lehigh valley. i don't think this is going to be an issue. as we get this going and pause this again by about 3:00 p.m., we are seeing some greens on the screen, some light showers, but mainly breaks in the clouds and that's really my big concern. that's what i'm really watching. the good news is mother nature
is going to be really kind. i don't see any issues for solar eclipse, but follow us on nbc philadelphia for more updates. a 7-eleven store clerk is being treated for stab wounds after he was attacked by a man with a knife. this man walked into the store and asked for a pack of cigarettes just after 6:00 this morning. while the clerk was putting them in a bag, the man grabbed a knife from his pants and jumped on the counter. police say he stabbed the clerk several times. the clerk was able to pull a man on to the floor and the man dropped the knife and took off. the clerk is in the hospital in stable condition. the white house says it will announce a new policy on afghanistan and south asia tomorrow night. president donald trump is scheduled to address the nation about a path forward on the issue from ft. myer in arlington, virginia. a new poll finds president trump's approval rating is below
40% in three states key to his election. three polls were conducted in michigan, wisconsin, and pennsylvania this past week. in pennsylvania, 35% approve, 54% disapprove. and when asked if president trump's conduct made them proud or embarrassed, 63% of those polled in pennsylvania say they've been embarrassed. now to the latest on the terror investigation in barcelona. tonight, police are ramping up efforts to find the man they say was behind the wheel. 13 people were killed and dozens injured. they have set up roadblocks throughout spain. officials there say they believe he may have fled to neighboring france. meantime, authorities say a dozen suspects linked to the deadly attack have either been killed or detained. this morning, a catholic mass was held for the victims oh of the terror attacks. iris delgado from telemundo 62
was there and filed this report. >> reporter: the three days of mourning declared by the government of spain are coming to an end, and here thousands of people have come to show their support by signing books and leaving messages of solidarity. also as a mechanism to heal their own wounds. earlier today, we attended a mass for peace at the basilica. among the attendance was the king of spain, along with other regional leaders. together, they prayed for the healing of barcelona. iris delgado, "nbc 10 news." we have a team of journalists in barcelona. after mass today, our reporter spoke with people about the impact the attack is having on their lives. you can find that and much more continuing coverage from barcelona on the nbc 10 app. people for and against removing the statue of former philadelphia mayor frank rizzo are planning rallies in center
city tomorrow. one of the groups is the philly coalition for real justice. the group says it wants to bring increased awareness of his white supremacist legacy in philadelphia. the second rally says it wants to denounce hatred and bigotry brought on by the people who want the rizzo statue removed. both rallies are slated for 4:00 in the afternoon. police are looking for a man dressed in women's clothing who they say tried to abduct a boy in south philadelphia. it happened at 1:00 this afternoon at 24th street and schneider avenue. a man wearing a dress and a wig drove up to the 13-year-old boy and told him to get in his car. the man was driving a black ford explorer. a man accused of shooting at a parked car in newark is in custody. 27-year-old timothy shul allegedly shot at an unoccupied car several times and took off.
he ended up crashing his car and calling a family member to pick him up. he was arrested after he returned to the scene. a missouri lawmaker is on the hotseat tonight. why the state senator is facing calls for her resignation, and her apology to the president. and governor chris christie is running out of time to find a new gig. we'll tell you one profession he says he will not be taking up. and i have your most accurate solar eclipse forecast. i'll see you in just a bit.
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where you do business. ♪ ♪ just another bunch of nice people getting together to shout until we get the next guy in. >> hundreds of people gathered in kansas city over the weekend, united they say by the events in charlottesville. the group also circulated petitions to remove confederate memorials around kansas city and the country. the debate over confederate statues and memorials landed in ohio over the weekend. officials with the town of franklin removed a monument to robert e. lee. confederate supporters held a peaceful rally, as well. for now, the memorial is in storage awaiting a decision from local politicians about its fate. over a confederate statue turned volatile. protesters tried to climb the statue and cover it with a bed sheet. that's when police pushed
through the crowd to arrest them. things ended with the arrest of seven people. a missouri state lawmaker has apologized for a facebook post
where she hoped for president trump's death. missouri state senator maria chappell nadal said, i hope trump is assassinated. she was quickly condemned by fellow democrats and republicans. >> president trump, i apologize to you and your family. i also apologize to all of the people in missouri, and i also apologize to my colleagues. >> her post was a response to an earlier statement she made about her frustration with president trump. you can officially rule out sports talkradio host as a gubernatorial job for chris christie. he announced he will not seek a job as a new york sports talk host. he had been filling in for one
show earlier this year, and it was reported that he was in line host. chris christie's run as new jersey governor will end in
january. in germantown, the fashion show was about so much more than just clothes. fashion isn't the only passion of the designer. she's also a social worker at the healing hurt people program. it's run through drexel university and helps young people who have been involved in violence. tonight's show served as a fund-raiser for the healing hurt program. and that jackpot just keeps on growing. anticipation is building for wednesday's powerball drawing. the jackpot stands at an estimated $650 million. and it's growing. it wasn't all bad news last night, however. there were some winners in pennsylvania and new jersey. one ticket in each state, the lottery hasn't said where the
winning tickets were sold. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> i'm meteorologist erika martin. mostly clear skies, a great night for sky gazing, and more importantly, a great night to prep for tomorrow's solar eclipse. temperatures are just really mild for everybody. so here are your current temperatures. 70 degrees in allentown. trenton at 70 degrees. lancaster, a little cooler at 69 for you. wilmington, 71. philadelphia at 76 degrees. and dover currently at 72 degrees. so everybody i hope you're having a great night and enjoying the mild conditions. satellite and radar images, this is our local image here. not seeing much going on. just a few clouds to the north and west. otherwise, everything here locally is pretty clear for tonight. of course, i have your
neighborhood planner. notice at 6:00 a.m., mostly clear skies, 69 degrees. low 80s at 10:00 a.m., just a few clouds starting to develop. i'll show you why in just one moment. for the p.a. suburbs, 10:00 a.m., 78 degrees with a couple of clouds developing from west to east. 6:00 a.m., 62 degrees. 77 at 10:00 a.m. for delaware, you're seeing a nice day tomorrow with temperatures climbing to the mid to upper 80s. so here is your hour by hour forecast. oh, so important for everybody waiting for that solar eclipse. at 1:30 p.m., notice clouds developing across the lehigh valley. chester county, new castle county, delaware county, but let's keep this going into motion. then we see breaks in the clouds. that's really the prime time for the solar eclipse between 2:00
and 3:00 p.m. you are seeing some spots here. a lot of it is just mid to upper level moisture, a lot of it won't make it to the ground. it looks like after 4:00, we start to see more showers develop, possibly one or two isolated thunderstorms later, but that's well beyond the solar eclipse. so thank you, mother nature. cloud forecast looking good through tomorrow. so you can see the breaks in the clouds by tomorrow afternoon. i think overall, it's going to be great for that solar eclipse. now, solar eclipse forecast, this is what it's looking like. temperatures very comfortable for tomorrow. 84 degrees at about 1:20 p.m. by 4:00, still 86 degrees. last solar eclipse in north america was in february of 1979, and it covered the pacific northwest. well, what else do we have here coming up? next total eclipse, july 2, 2019
in south america. and when is the next one for us here? april 8, 2024. so if you can't catch this one, you'll catch the next one. here's danny with sports. up next, torrey smith explains the benefits of joint practices with the dolphins coming to town. we'll bring you comments coming up in sports. [ gasps, laughs ]
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offense struggled against the bills and looked to bounce back thursday, the defense looked ready to play. the dolphins in town this week. they ha they will host miami all week for live practice, where both teams will be in full pads on monday. >> we want to show them, you know, how we can play. i know what moves i can use to beat certain dbs. we have to figure out new ways. we have to figure them out, which takes time. >> smith shares the field with newcomer alshon jeffrey, who reeled in two balls on five targets in his first game against buffalo.
the wide receivers coach said jeffrey is behind in the offense. >> alshon is doing fine. he's working, he's getting reps off on the side, he's getting reps when he's in there. he's right where he needs to be. everybody makes mistakes. it's that time of the year. we've got a lot of football in right now. he's doing well. >> let's hit the diamond. the phillies finishing up their final west coast trip of the season against the giants. they win 12-9 last night, snapping a six-game losing streak. second inning action, two outs, and look at him get that one. that's deep to left, off the wall. nick williams trots home from first base. phillies draw first blood off of bumgarner. bottom of the frame, brandon
crawford with a couple of ducks on the bond, comes up throwing, guns down buster posey at the dish. look at it all in one motion. they call that the hose report. beautiful play on a rope to the dish. tie game in the fifth. bumgarner with some revenge. singles to left that scores jones. giants up 2-1. same score, eighth inning. jorge alfaro fists this into right field. that allows reese hoskins to score. tied at 2-2. later in the inning, guess who? floremon again. bases chucked, two runs score. that made it 4-2. then in the ninth, reese hoskins comes calling. that's gone to left.
fifth home run in the last seven. phillies end the road trip with back-to-back victories, knocking off the giants 5-2. down on the farm, top protect j.p. crawford played at third base for the first time. he could see time in other positions on the diamond. his hitting has bounced back, he's hit safely in 13 of the last 14 game at a .351 clip. team in the junior league world series. the catch of all catches, go get it, young man. skying up for that one. how about it. full extension, over the wall. they called it a catch. change it to a home run before changing it rightfully back to a catch. what a grab by this young man. remember his name, jack renege, because it's hard to say. that's all for sports. later in the show, we'll bring you john clark's exclusive
♪ the philadelphia folk festival wrapped up today near swanksville. legions of music fans traveled to the 80 acre farm for the three-day event. it's the longest, continuously running outdoor music festival in north america. this year marked its 56th anniversary. a taste of the caribbean at penn's landing today. 14 of the 28 islands were celebrated with music, food, and a marketplace during the 28th caribbean festival. and it is shaping up to be another tense week on the korean peninsula. what's prompting the latest warning from the north as nuclear tensions continue to bubble. every year south jersey sends
more and more tax money to trenton, but gets less and less back thanks to steve sweeney and chris christie. here's the sweeney-christie record eight years of underfunded schools. huge tax breaks for themselves and their rich friends while we pay more. and homestead rebate funding for seniors cut in half next year. don't believe the fake news from his wealthy donors.
good evening. thanks for staying up with us. the great american solar eclipse is less than a day away, and tomorrow, the earth, moon, and sun will align turning daylight to darkness. lauren make has everything you need to know to have a safe and fun eclipse viewing. >> reporter: at the franklin institute, the ellison family is doing a little research and still searching for eclipse glasses. how many places have you looked for them? >> oh, my gosh. online, phone calls. >> reporter: they're not alone. >> we've been looking everywhere. >> reporter: viewing without protection is dangerous. >> the front of the eye will act like a magnifying glass and burn the back of the eye. once that happens, it's permanent. >> reporter: he says it's not that the suns will be more intense, but the danger is looking directly at it. >> you're doing something you don't normally do, and that's the recipe for disaster. >> reporter: those with glasses
should put them on before you look up. if you don't have them -- >> it blocks out 99.9% of the light of the sun. >> reporter: rolls of the stuff have been ordered and they're building it into tents. they're readying multiple viewing options, including projections, for a free viewing party. if you're staying home, mickey showed us how to make your own viewer, using an index card, standing with the sun at your back. a safe way to watch the event, now just hours away. if you're not too crafty, you don't have to make anything. just dig in your cabinet, see if you can something like this. stand with the sun at your back and use it to cast a shadow on the ground and watch that get covered up. >> we have much more on the nbc 10 app, including where you can go to take in the eclipse and
safety take pictures. just tap the nbc 10 app. now for a personalized forecast for where you live. it's time for the first alert neighborhood weather. erika? >> i'm liking the solar eclipse music going along with this. the mood is mostly clear, quiet, and calm. high pressure sitting right over the he lie vallehigh valley. just really calm night across the entire delaware valley for everybody. so i hope you're enjoying tonight. we have a really nice stretch of weather for the next couple of days. so get outside and enjoy tonight and tomorrow. coming up in just a bit, i do have your eclipse forecast. it looks like we do have a few clouds moving into the area, and we also may see one or two scattered showers, not a washout, nothing to worry about,
but i do have that coming up. back to you. >> see you soon. here's a look at the stories we're following tonight and the upcoming workweek. >> now the dean martin and jerry lewis show. >> the dynamic duo of jerry lewis and dean martin, which started their career in click city, is back together then. jerry lewis died today. lewis started in nightclubs and graduated to the small screen before taking on major movie roles. he's also known for his work with the mda telethon, raising hundreds of millions for the muscular dystrophy association. he was 91. president trump will address the nation tomorrow night from arlington, virginia. the president is expected to give an update on america's engagement in afghanistan and south asia. you can watch it right here on nbc 10, starting at 9:00 p.m. tonight, police in spain are ramping up efforts to find the man they say drove a van into a crowd last week in barcelona that killed 13 people and
injured dozens more. they set up roadblocks throughout spain. officials say they believe he may have fled to neighboring france. there are ominous new warnings from north korea tonight in response to planned military drills by the u.s. and south korea. take a look at these new propaganda posters. they show the u.s. capitol hit by missiles and crumbling. tensions are high after threats from both president trump and kim jong-un. this week's military exercises by the u.s. will mostly be computer simulations hidden underground. u.s. officials say they do expect some response to the new drills. >> the south koreans are, if anything, they're more worried about what the american government is going to do now more than what the north korean government is going to do. >> no sign that north korea is planning any imminent launch. the fight over immigration policy is back in the headlines as some sanctuary cities push back against the trump administration's threats to withhold federal money.
in an exclusive "nbc 10 news" interview, attorney general jeff sessions talks about why the crackdown is critical, but not everyone is convinced. nbc's pete williams reports. >> reporter: when deputy kueva patrols, he doesn't ask anyone if he's here illegally. >> you build trust. when you have trust, then you have people calling in and reporting things. >> reporter: like dozens of other sanctuary cities, seattle has the same policy. >> that's our goal, reducing crime. we could care less if somebody is here legally or illegally. >> reporter: even people in jail, putting the city and county at odds with the trump administration. in an exclusive nbc news interview, attorney general jeff sessions says he'll cut off federal anti-crime grants to cities and counties that fail to give the federal government 48 hours notice before illegal
immigrants are released from their jail sentences so they can be deported. >> they should be removed from those communities. it will make them safer. i don't think you have any objection overall from the immigrant community to remove dangerous criminals from america. >> reporter: he cites the case of juan sanchez, accused of killing a san francisco woman after he was released from a local jail and sergio martinez, accused of brutally attacking a 65-year-old woman released from a portland jail with no federal notice. sessions praises miami for dropping its sanctuary policy and bitterly condemned chicago, saying its refusal to help enforce immigration laws says it's not serious about lowering the city's murder rate. seattle and chicago are now suing over is sanctuary issue, joining other cities who say they know best how to fight crime. >> that was pete williams reporting. philadelphia is considered one of the most high profile sanctuary cities in the country.
in april, attorney general sessions canceled a planned trip here. no reason was given. a man is in the hospital after he was shot twice by philadelphia police last night just after 11:00. two officers on bikes were on north alder street in ort philadelphia. they saw a man standing on the sidewalk with a gun. police chased him down an alley when he pointed the gun at them. > police were on this street when they rescued a man wanted. they watched him run into a home and went after him. he was wanted on an assault charge. once inside the home, police found a grenade and several rifles. the s.w.a.t. team was called in, but the man was not inside the home. to delaware now. a neighborhood in kent county is safe once again after a meth lab was shut down today. three men were arrested for allegedly manufacturing meth at a home just west of farmington. after receiving a tip, troopers
went to a trailer behind a home on hickman road. outside they say they saw the development and chemicals used to make the drug. once inside the trailer, they arrested the three men and hickman road was closed for several hours while the dangerous chemicals were collected and then removed. in montgomery county, sunday's shopping came to a halt at the whole foods in winwood after the store was evacuated. someone driving a truck hit a gas line in the parking garage. the store has since reopened. investing in a community. that's what the festival of life is all about. the week-long outdoor festival got under way tonight. it's held every night at 7:00 and includes live music and worship services. prizes will be handed out every night, including bikes, games, philadelphia eagles tickets and even a trip to bermuda. when it's over, the event will have invested $20,000 into the
looked like a horrible monster. that's what a 18-year-old woman said about the day she live streamed the crash that killed her sister. her sister and a friend were in the back seat, not wearing seat belts. her lawyer says sanchez had a blowout on the highway and the car flipped. sanchez continued to live stream after the crash, even showing her sister's body.
>> sanchez has pleaded not guilty to drunk driving and gross vehicular manslaughter. a man in china is lucky to be alive after the motorcycle he was riding on plunged into a sinkhole. this video shows the sinkhole opening up and the man driving right into that hole. see it again. chinese media reports the hole happened because this guy was looking at his phone. fortunately for him he was not seriously hurt. historians, undersea explorers and naval enthusiasts are celebrating a major discovery in the pacific. last night we told you about the wreckage of the "uss indianapolis" sunk in the final days of world war ii have been found. tonight, nbc's steve patterson explains how its discovery solves one of the most infamous histories in u.s. naval history. >> that's it. we've got it.
>> reporter: a dramatic end to a 72 year search. the wreckage of a famous world war ii war era ship, once thought lost forever in the dark waters of the pacific ocean, discovered on friday. microsoft's billionaire co-founder funded the expedition to find the "u.s. indianapolis." >> we try to do these both as exciting examples of underwater archaeology and as tributes to the brave men that went down in these ships. >> reporter: civilian researchers, led my robert craft, found the final resting place, 18,000 feet below the surface. >> it was exciting. it was upsetting. it was very emotional. and it was humbling. >> reporter: in what is the u.s. navy's single greatest loss of life at sea, the heavy cruiser was shredded by two japanese torpedos days after delivering components of the atomic bomb
later dropped on hiroshima. july 30th, 1945, the indy, with 1200 on board, sank in 12 minutes. about 800 sailors and marines escaped, only 317 of them survived after being adrift for days in the sea before being rescued. only 22 are alive today. >> what they did needs to be remembered and not just for getting torpedoed and sunk. they were heroes. >> reporter: tonight, the discovery resurfacing the courage and resilience of those who gave their lives in the service of our freedom. steve patterton, nbc news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> i'm erika martin. we do have mostly clear to a clear night across the delaware valley. a great night, very comfortable temperatures. and really calm winds for everybody. let's focus on lehigh valley.
whitehall at 66. and nazareth at 70 degrees. let's focus on the philly metro area, seeing lots of 60s and 70s. bustleton at 74. a little cooler here at 66. and chestnut hill, one degree warmer at 67 degrees. and for the jersey shore, looking really nice right now. we're seeing lots of 70s. atlantic city currently at 75 for you. upper township at 67. cape may courthouse, a really nice and comfortable 69 degrees. so let's focus on this hour by hour forecast for the solar eclipse. i'm going to start this tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. you start to see some clouds moving in from west to east. i'm going to pause this at 2:00 p.m. of course, it's all about that
cloud cover. will he have a lot of clouds and get some scattered showers? by 2:00 p.m., we see some clouds moving in, but really important, notice how they're broken clouds. partly cloudy skies, and some scattered showers just starting to approach lehigh valley and just west of new castle county there. by 3:00 p.m., we're seeing one or two scattered showers. i don't see this being an issue at all for the solar eclipse tomorrow. so here is your solar eclipse forecast. temperatures are going to be very comfortable. i do have a few extra clouds about 2:45 p.m. otherwise, i don't think this is going to be an issue at all. so enjoy, but be sure you're safe. temperatures in the mid to upper 80s tomorrow. we have allentown at 88. easton 86 for you. avolon 82. rahobeth beach at 84. and delaware, your expected -- dover rather, 88 degrees.
your forecast looks like this. lots of upper 80s. at least to kickoff the week, by candidate. but by tuesday, up in the low niblt 90s. upper 70s by friday and low 80s by the following tuesday. follow us on social media @ n nbcphiladelphia. jim schwartz's defense has relied on natural pressure rather than blitzing. but is that going to change the season? and the verdict on the new secondary. that's following a successful debut against his former team. john clack does one on one with jenkins coming up.
improvement with the addition of ronald darby following the bill's game. john clark went one on one with malcolm jenkins for his thoughts on the defense. >> we are now joined by malcolm jenkins. i think fans were happy to see a lot of pressure tonight, and blitzing from jim schwartz. what did you think of the calls? >> i thought it was very, very timely blitzes. it was an opportunity to get some pressure. we knew we had a mobile quarterback and we wanted to keep him in the pocket and get him on a clock. i thought the situations in which he blitzed caught him off guard. >> got some interceptions. last year jim schwartz didn't blitz a whole lot. >> i thido think getting after quarterback is something we want to do. i think we can do a really good job with the front four. but at times we want to give them a break, timely blitzes
will be good. i don't see them going blitz crazy, but pressuring the quarterback is something we want to get after. >> last friday ronald darby woke up when he was a buffalo bill. how impressed with you are the way he was able to jump right in and be effective? >> it was awesome. we told him going into the game, they traded you, so they've got to justify that trade, so they're probably going to target you. he made some great plays early. he gets an interception. i think it was a great start. the fans wanted to see what we had at corner. he's only been with us a few days, but he's impressed, not only the fans but his teammates. >> we appreciate your time. >> thank you. >> back to you. >> action today, this was the scene following practice, as carson wentz and alshon jeffrey took time to sign autographs. always good to see players
making an effort to connect with fans, plashly the kids. now i want to tell you about a new show we're producing here that debuts this week. it's called "the spot." it features myself and marshal harris and every week we'll poke fun at all the videos you were probably talking about with your friends you saw on instagram, twitter, and with the nba schedule coming out, we thought it would be cool to look when the sixers played the lakers. here's what we thought that conversation would sound like. >> ha ha ha, it's me lavar ball. >> you're about as slick as don king but without the money. you're just killing your son's career before it even starts. >> you saw my son triple-double in his second game. >> you want to talk about the first game? >> you know what?
he's nowhere to go but up. and lavar ball and everybody on the ball family is just ball-a-riffic. >> they're going to send the feds after you for scamming people with those terrible shoes. >> if you see the letter b in the dictionary, you just see a picture of my face. >> does b stand for ugly? you're boxing your sons out of a future nba career. they're not very good at basketball. they're about as good as you played and nobody knew you played until you told them. >> remember "the spot" premieres tuesday exclusively on csnphilly.com. that's all for me from now. stay with us. "nbc 10 news" is coming right back.
on the main line, a bike ride to raise money for local emergency services. today was the first-ever main line bike race. the course took riders from lancaster avenue to riten house place. up next, it's "in depth" with gra ham ben singer. >> we're chatting with some of the biggest names in sports about the influence of their moms. >> i told her mom, you know, your son is a hall of famer, and that was it. i was crying, she was crying.
i knew it's as much her as me. because she's been there right with me every step of the way. >> all that is coming up next right here on nbc 10. >> a final check of the forecast and there's something happening tomorrow, right? called an eclipse? >> yes, an eclipse. there's a solar eclipse going on tomorrow. if you miss tomorrow's, there will be another one april 8, 2024, so hang tight for that one. in the meantime, here's what your temperatures and your cloud cover is going to look like for tomorrow at around 2:45 p.m., the peak of that solar eclipse, 86 degrees. we may see a scattered showers just to the west. i think the clouds and showers will develop at 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. the solar eclipse is going to be really good, and i don't see that being an issue. and 92 on tuesday. that's "nbc 10 news" for now. for all of us here, have a great
this week in hodge nor of mother's day, some of hour favorite guests share memories of their mom. so i stopped by my mom's house. i'm graham bensinger. >> and i'm graham's mom and this is "in depth." ♪ on a special "in depth," some of the biggest names in sports reveal the influence of their moms. from kobe bryant's early competitor -- you were 14 and tried to dunk on your mom. >> she fouled me. >> and joe buck's fiercest critic. >> she told me