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hallway. i can't tell you what room. looked like he fired down the hallway when i got close to the door. >> police now say this happened 6 minutes before stephen paddock started spraying bullets at concert below killing more than 50 and injuring nearly 500 others. they are looking at whether information use could have been relayed faster. we will continue to follow this breaking news story and bring you more information as soon as we get it. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. and 20 minutes of nonstop nufs continues with, you hear that, rain. and wind. pounding the coast. this video just in from are a h rehoboth beach. that one brave soul there to take it in. the rain has been on and off for much of the day. here is a live look at boathouse row. let's go to glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> yeah, quite a difference from what we've seen the rest of the
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month of october. we've got overcast skies philadelphia, wilmington, all over the place. and we have some pretty gusty winds, too. northeast wind gusting to 32 miles an hour in atlantic city, 26 miles per hour in philadelphia, making it feel even cooler. it's also helping to pile up the water right along the beaches and up delaware bay into delaware river. coastal flood advisory until 6:00. minor tidal flooding, but some may affect this roads during the afternoon rush hour here. we also have a few sprinkles around. nothing heavy at all. but especially in delaware and south jersey. now take a look at these temperatures. 63 degrees in philadelphia, 59 in pottstown. just a couple days ago, everybody was in the 80s. none of that for a couple days. temperature 16 degree drop,
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tomorrow will be cool, too. but then we have a nice warm-up as we head through the weekend. i'll let you know if there is rain coming with that in just a few minutes. hopefully good playing weather tonight in carolina. nbc 10 is youreagles. it is time for a primetime showdown. >> first place birds are in charlotte to clash with carolina under the lights. and keith jones is there to give us a front row seat. how is the atmosphere? >> reporter: it's great. speaking of seats, if you look mind me, that baby blue in the back? get used to that because you won't see it when the game starts. there is a ton of eveniagle fan here wearing their green. three guys i have to tell you their story, they like to talk trash. that is probably the best way to start this piece. hours from game time, all is quiet except -- these three bird fans flew in charming the
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residents of charlotte. >> they understand that they are going to lose. so they have been taking it in stride. >> they have been nice and humble. >> every time they trash talk, they apologize afterwards. >> i'm taken back by to be honest with you, the apologizes after the trash talking is unique. >> reporter: fans have more bark than bite. this is his birthday. do you have any idea five games in that the eagles could be vying for first place in the nfc? had you ever dreamed of that? >> of course. >> of course. >> i like that attitude. >> you have to. >> reporter: that is it, that's all they had to say. back here live at bank of america stadium, the birds face off against the panthers. and there is hoping for the perfect birthday gift, who would have guessed it. terrence certainly had no trouble. coming up, we ran into a guy who claims that he has had season tickets longer than anyone else. in fact it dates back 75 years.
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he's from maple shade burlington county and you won't want to miss his story. keith jones, nbc 10 news. >> you said a lot of that carolina blue will be covered behind you. are you seeing a lot of eagles fans there in charlotte? >> reporter: a ton. in fact, we got here probably about six or seven hours ago. i would venture a guess and say that there are more eagle fans milling about looking for something do because frankly there is not many places to tailgate around here than there were panthers fans. so if the previous few away games are any indication, this place will be filled with eagle fans. they either flew or made that drive. >> and as optimistic as though guys in your piece of course. >> reporter: oh, of course. no question. they are coming down here to watch a win. >> all right. keith jones in charlotte for us. nbc 10 the official station of the 23i68 philadelphia eagles. at 7:00, we'll bring you game
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day kickoff. keith and john clark are live. and then at 7:on 330, eagles ga plan. more breaking news, krmcnbc reporting equifax may have been breached again. today they said that its security teams are looking in to another possible cyberattack. last month they told customers someone hacked into its site and exposed the personal information of 145 million people. that is about half of all americans. we'll continue to stay on top of this breaking story. overseas now, u.s. officials say a taliban linked group has released an american hostage from pennsylvania along with her canadian husband and their three children this afternoon. caitlin coleman and her husband joshua boyle were kidnapped by militants while hiking in afghanistan in late 2012. coleman was pregnant when she was captured. the couple have three children while being held. coleman's originally from
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stewarts town in york county, about 100 miles west of philadelphia near the pennsylvania/maryland border. a u.s. official said the five family members were taken to the u.s. embassy in pakistan. nbc news is reporting that coleman's husband who is from canada refused to on board a plane bound for the u.s. in a statement the family asked for privacy as they make plans for the future. school is closed again tomorrow at john b. clark elementary in philadelphia as crews clean up mold in the classroom. these are photos of that mold on the pipes. the district says clean up is 80% complete, but officials say they won't reopen the school until the mold is gone. the school will notify parents sunday about whether it will reopen on monday. john b. kelly is the latest in a string of schools facing mold problems. in south jersey, all schools in monroe township district are closed this week after mold was detected at holly glenn. and it forced a library to shut
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the doors until the problem is fixed. hundreds of teachers are demonstrating outside the school administration building in coatesville. union leaders say the teachers are trying to bring the district back to the bargaining table, they say the school board has canceled several sessions. we reached out to the school district which did not respond in time for our deadline. the teachers' contract expired at the end of august. wildfires in california could soon become the deadliest in state history. take a look, this is what people are dealing with as they try to escape the flames as they move in. >> erin coleman is joining us live with more. >> they have already killed at least 24 and now officials fear that gusting winds and low humidity will make matters even worse. officials will soon begin using cadaver dogs to search for bodies in areas devastated by the wildfires. mean wlim rescue teams are continuing to look for hundreds of people reported missing in hard hit areas. and today, investigators began looking at downed power lines and utility equipment failures
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as a possible cause. one man trapped by the fire made a gut wrenching decision. he would stay behind. that is because the helicopter sent to rescue his family of five could only fit four. the chopper came back for him, but it almost couldn't get to him. >> i call my daughter and i told her remember i love you. it was really close. >> the family finally reunited at the napa airport. their house burned to the ground, but their dog survived. and today we've learned that sonoma county decided not use a wireless alert to notify residents of the fire. they feared that it would panic people who were not in danger. we're live in studio, erin coleman, back to you. to this now, a roof collapse sends a firefighter tumbling through a burning house in hamilton township.ers treated him at the scene. we're told he will be okay.
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the house was unoccupied and the cause is still under investigation. a plan found dead in the schuylkill river had a gunshot wound to the head. this was near walnut street. police have not released his identity. they did tell us he was in his 50s. a bus crash in new castle county saends eight students to the hospital. it slammed into a traffic light after colliding with another vehicle. it was at the corner of new castle and memorial drive. a spokesperson says all the injured children will be okay. are can yourseconsider your. if you plan to use the pennsylvania turnpike this weekend, you could be in for a lengthy detour. it will shut down tomorrow in lehigh county for bridge replacement about that it will remain closed through monday morning. and nbc 10's stooech steveven f join us live. this will add more than an hour of travel time for some people. >> reporter: everyone traveling north this weekend on the
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turnpike, they will have to get off right here at the lehigh valley exit. that is where you can pick up the detour that could cause more than an hour to your drive. now, we did speak to drivers and got mixed reaction. some said it will be a huge inconvenience, others say they would rather deal with one weekend of traffic than 18 months of trucks. signs notifying drivers of this weekend's major closure are up along 476. no traffic will be getting through between the pocono and allentown exits causing an inconvenience to drivers all due to a bridge replacement project. >> i'd rather them go ahead and close it and get it done instead of it being stretched out for months. >> reporter: and he's not alone. truck drivers also prefer the weekend closure over an 18 month construction project. >> we'll have to figure out a way around it. >> we'll be right in the midst of it. >> reporter: the replacement bridge is already complete here off to my right. what they will do saturday morning, they will take that
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completed bridge and then slide it on to the roadway just here off to my left thus completing a project that would typically take them 18 months. now they are getting it done in just 55 hours. >> i think it's better this way. one major inconvenience for a couple days. >> reporter: to get around, you can use the alternate routes highlightsed in blue. rult 8 ruth 80 or 22 and connect to 33 and locals are use 209. >> just do a little planning ahead. get out the gps, mapquest, whatever, figure out what alternative routes are. >> reporter: and important times to keep in mind, in a clothat c starts 9:00 p.m. friday night and it will stay closed until 4:00 a.m. monday. reporting live along the turnpike, steven fisher, nbc 10 news. >> and our coverage of the turnpike closure continues online, tap the app for more on what you need to know to get around the closure.
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former delaware county commissioner william spingler was sentenced to 23 months probation. he was convicted for groping his 103-year-old mother-in-law. investigators say sprinkl sprin wayne sprinkler performed it while says visiting her. today harvey weinstein spoke out about his growing scandal saying he is not okay. >> i got to get help. mistakes. second chance i hope, okay? >> weinstein made the comment as he left his daughter's house in l.a. more than two dozen women have accused him of sexual harassment behavior. today the new york police department said it is taking a new look into sexual assault
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allegations against weinstein. he was investigated by the department back in 2015, but no charges were ever filed. today president trump signed an executive on order that makes changes to the nation's health care. it would also let individuals buy short term policies that aren't required to cover pre-existing conditions and let employers give their workers cash instead of health benefits. critics worry these changes will increase the cost of insurance for the sick and won't cover as much for the healthy. af afterwards the president moved on to the nation's safety naming kirsten nelson for his choice of homeland security. the senate must confirm her nomination sgloon nomination. a live look at the skyline. the federal government is once again threatening to cut off funding for the city if it maintains its sanctuary status, but this time there is a deadline. sanctuary cities don't allow
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federal agents to access jails or notify them when an immigrant is being released from custody. lauren mayk has a closer look. and we're expecting a response from the city shortly, right? >> reporter: that's right. that is why we're here in city hall right now. the justice department is giving the city less than two weeks to show that it complies with this rule. the deadline is october 27th. and i reached out to doj today to find out what happens if the city just doesn't do what it wants. i found out that in addition to the attorney general threatening future police grant money, the doj may look at bringing back money already given out for last year, a little less than $1.7 million. now, the city is already suing you may remember the attorney general over putting these extra requirements on these police grants. the mayor says the city followed the law. he is expected to speak here in about 15 minutes. live at city hall, i'm lauren
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mayk, nbc 10 news. and former vice president joe biden made a stop in new brunswick and spoke to a packed house inside the rutgers college avenue gym. real hear from the former vice president coming up at 5:30. camden will join camden county's 911 system in the new year, a change that will save money and cut jobs. county spokesperson says it's part of a plan to fully regionalize dispatching services for the first time. camden police fire and ems dispatchers will work side by side to support all first responders on the street fp. new concession stand, ticket booths, bathrooms and more will be coming to central bucks west high school war memorial field. that work will come with a hefty price tag. the school board approved the 2.6 348d r$2.6 348million renov week. the turf and track has already
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been resurfaced. dig out the jackets today. >> it's feeling like football weather. >> it sure is. dodging a few raindrops around. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here to tellis wh us when maybe will move out. >> it may be football weather here, but it isn't in north carolina. it's like 84 will degrdegrees o and humid. 63 and humid in philadelphia. we have cloudy skies. had the clouds all day. hardly gotten above 60, some places haven't even gotten to 60 so far. and we're 10 to 15 degrees colder than we were at this time yesterday when we were already starting to cool down with those east winds. and at the shore, 70 degree ocean temperature, so that limits how cool it can get at the shore. but that is plenty cool. 63 in ocean city, avalon, 64
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cape may point and stone harbor. and it's chilly, especially since we've seen so much warmth during the month of october so far. these are some sprinkles on the radar, fairly light rain showers. nothing else coming in from the west. so we just have to look to the east for that lighter rain. we also look to the east for the winds piling up the water and causing coastal flood advisories for minor coastal flooding happening this afternoon. and in the back bays and up through delaware bay and maybe even delaware river, that is happening right around now. and in the next couple of hours. so there could be some localized flooding in the normal spots. there is that wind floe cow com in off the ocean. as long as it's happening, those clouds are not going anywhere. and there we go through tonight,
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into friday, we're not seeing a lot of rain. maybe some sprinkles on the radar. but nothing too significant. now, as the winds start to shift, and that will be during the day on saturday, we may start to have some showers popping up here. you can see the southeast wind developing. and just some scattered showers on saturday. and then we start to get a southerly wind and a southwest wind on sunday. that is really going to get that temperature up especially once the sun comes out. boy, it will feel like summer again on sunday. but only briefly because we have cold weather coming in behind that. at least for a few days. tomorrow, clouds everywhere. cool weather everywhere. 65 degrees in chest knit hull f nut hill for the high, easton 64 and allentown. and anyplace that gets a peek of sunshine is lucky.
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at the shore, we could see a couple sprinkles. but 70 degrees rehoboth beach is about as good as we'll do tomorrow. now, for temple on saturday, we have temperatures in the 70s. maybe some peeks of sunshine. just a chance of a couple showers. not too bad. for the eagles, certainly not football weather. temperatures will be in the 70s, high humidity, some scattered showers around. and that is what we'll be seeing there. around here over the weekend, temperatures going to start going up. as soon as we get a little bit of sunshine, temperatures could go up into the 70s on saturday and into the 80s on sunday. that is way above average. but boy that is going to change as we go into next week because we have 82 sunday, and then 67 monday, 63 tuesday, but look at all that dry weather.
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next week looks pretty dry once we get through the front that will cool us down. >> we've all seen the heartwarming military home comings. they never get old. >> and this afternoon, we have one that didn't quite go as expected. the remarkable reunion straight ahead. >> also ahead, shopping just got a lot easier in one part of the area. plus not taking any chances. christina applegate opens up about the initial steps she has taken to make sure her cancer does not come back. and here is a look at the closing bell on wall street where it was a down day across the board.
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hi, michael. can you say hi? >> hi. >> aah. >> you came back! >> i came back, didn't i. >> you came back! a sweet reunion for a minnesota air man and his little boy. he surprised his 3-year-old son michael after returning home from an eight month deployment to south korea. as you can see michael was overjoyed to see his dad. and we love seeing those happy reunions. >> but they don't always go as planned. take a look at this. a family in ireland was beyond happy to see this military dad when he came home after six months in the middle east. his wife and daughter rushed to greet him, but someone was missing here. over there in the orange jacket. there he is. just too much for this little guy sean. he broke down in tears when he saw his dad. i'm sure eventually he went over
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for a hug. >> do you think? i'm sure he was happy. do you think he's crying because his sister and mom just ran away to hug dad and he was like everyone left me? that is the only thing i can think. >> hey, what about me. >> oh, my gosh. >> that is priceless. >> it is. that video will come back to haunt him when he's about 23. with halloween around the corner, police are hunting for a costume crook who has already struck several times. >> reporter: who is this masked man? police say he is armed with a gun and targeting a number of stores in our area. and shopping made simple, the new store that opens in our area that changes the way you get your groeceries. >> plus the wet stretch rolls on, a look at when the rain will end and another warm-up on the way. i'll break it down next. and also all new, we're
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when you're a double-dipping like steve sweeney, it's important to maintain a certain... lifestyle. that's why sweeney spent over a hundred grand of his campaign funds on high-priced meals and other gifts. we're talking fine cigars, fancy watches, pricey restaurants, and expensive wines - all to charm the type of folks who helped him raise your taxes 145 times. too many in south jersey are struggling. but steve sweeney's looking out for himself, not for us.
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right now he wear as halloween mask, but it's cash he's after, not candy. and he's already struck several times. deanna durante is joining us live in warminster. >> and you spoke to one victim who has been hit more than once. >> reporter: a number of victims are afraid to go on camera because they say this guy is still out there. police say he hits at all times during the day and in some cases there have been customers in the store according to the victim. all the more reason why they want this guy caught. you can't hear what he says from this video taken in early
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october inside the 7-eleven on new town road, but you can see how fast he acts. it's not the first time this masked thief struck and it seems like it nts would it won't be t. >> we're not talking tons of money. >> reporter: the thief only gets a couple bucks because cash drawers are light thanks to the increased use of credit cards. but at every stop the crook grabs cigarettes and a lot of them. >> whether smoking them or selling them. >> reporter: and the masked man with a big gun is thought to be the same guy who hit the 7-elev 7-eleven, same clothes, same mask, and same gun. what police don't know is how far the guy runs away, is there is a waiting car and is this case connected to others. there have been reports of masked robberies similar to this one in upper dublin and also upper more land and towns in bucks county. at one spot, there was a witness. >> he waited across the street and when we showed up, he told the police this is what i saw,
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helped us out greatly, gave us more of an area to look or specific area to look. >> reporter: but he escaped again and now police want to know if anyone is helping him get away and pull off these crimes. and that is where you can come in here. if you see a guy running from a convenience store or gas station wearing one of those masks, police say don't approach, stay a safe distance and pay attention, see if he gets into a car or or where he takes off running to. and police when arrive to a scene like that, again, wait for police to approach you and then tell them everything you know. reporting live in warminster, deanna durante. turning now to our first alert weather and the hoods were up in pleasantville this morning. a soggy start to the day. those gray skies stretched down to the shore. here is a live look at what is happening in cape may. not a day you want to be on the beach.
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glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here now. >> yeah, and looking out the window this morning and i saw the rain, the heavier coats. i said yep, it changed. >> and it's october finally. it took half the month almost to feel like october. more feeling like labor day out there. we have cloudy skies across the entire area. i did see a couple of tiny spots of blew up by easton in this live shot. not really helping anything. the east wind that has been persiste persistent, that has caused local flooding. minor tidal flooding earlier this afternoon at the beaches and happening now in the back bays of delaware bay and even up delaware river. that is a temporary thing. after 6:00, things will be going back to normal. you can see not very impressive on the radar. of course clouds are all there. and we do have some light brain rain or showers or principsprint
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they aren't moving very much. it's mostly in delaware and extreme south jersey compared to the other part of other area. right now 63 in philadelphia, atlantic, a the marina, wildwood. 60 in redding and 59 in lancast lancaster. so it's a chilly afternoon. especially after yesterday's 79 degrees. and then before that, we had six days in a row of 80 plus. so this is quite a difference. a couple of chilly days before we warm up again. we'll see if there is any rain coming over the weekend, too in a few minutes. here is a look at some of the other stories we're following county by county. montgomery county, running low on milk and eggs but you don't feel like shopping? walmart will shop for you. today the store launched its online grocery service. customers can place an order and a pickup time. workers gather all the goods and
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they deliver it right to your car. other walmarts in the area offer the very same free service. in new castle county, the plan planetarium is back open for business. school officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony today. the school is touting it as a tremendous tool to provide educational opportunities for students there. heading north to camden county, there was flu clinic inside council chambers, the first of two free clinics. they will be back at it tomorrow at the coaling wood senior center. and in mercer county, the d diocese held its catholic school mass. and a live look from charlotte where in just a few hour, our first place eagles, yeah, that's right, first place, taking on the carolina panthers in a primetime showdown.
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carson went and tz and the bird just four days to rest after their dominance performance sunday. nbc 10 is the official station of the eagles and we have you covered from now until kickoff. coming up at 7:00, we'll bring you eagles game day kickoff. keith and john clark are live in charlotte. then at 7:30, it's eagles game plan, that is all right here on nbc 10. she beat cancer once and she is taking steps to change her lifestyle every since. now she's taken one additional step to prevent the cancer from coming back. today's revelation from christina applegate straight ahead. and getting smarter. your amazon echo just figured out how to tell you apart from the people you live with. those stories and more ahead at 4:00. protecting the force. how one police department is fortifying its officers with new body armor, that is coming up at 5:00. paulsboro's a very proud community.
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it's been on the decline with the closing of the refineries and there's no jobs in the community. if there's no jobs, there's no education, there's no food on the table. what's important is the children. steve sweeney... he fought for 'em. this is where he's from. steve sweeney's been here since the beginning. steve spearheaded the whole project and really brought it to fruition. it would've never been done without steve. it was a pride in building this port and then knowing that we're coming back.
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someone has been hit by a train, this is near the norwood septa station in norwood. again, someone has been hit by a train. we don't know the circumstances that led up to that or the condition of that individual right now. you are looking at an adjacent lot with officers on the scene. we'll keep you updated as we learn more. to this now, christina apple gate revealed that she had surgery to prevent a second cancer diagnosis. applegate had her on ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. she tested positive for the gene that puts her at high risk for ovarian cancer. the star of bad moms and married with children had a double mastectomy in 2008 after learning she had breast cancer. exposure to bright light therapy may ease depression in people with bipolar disorder.
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the study included 46 patients, those who spent up to 60 minutes during the midday hours in front of a bright light box had much lower levels of depression after six weeks. they were the more likely to return to work and complete daily tasks. compared with patients who used a dimmer light. your amazon echo just got smarter. alexa can now recognize individual voices. feature now available for calling and messaging, shopping and music play lists. and you canlexa for the lays he is ntest news headl nbc 10. arby's initially only offered this in heavy deer hunting states, but starting october 21, the elk sandwich will be available at all 3300 locations while supplies last. >> are you going try it?
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>> i'm into the. are you? >> i'll stick to roast beef. hey, halloween is right around the corner. >> and philadelphia actually finds itself in a pretty interesting spot. what you might not have realized about trick or treating in the city of brotherly love straight ahead. glenn. plus we're still tracking these showers here. a look at when the skies will finally clear and weekend warmth is headed our way next in my first. vowing transparency, top brass at faeb are releasing information about russia's politically charged ads on the socially charged site. she never let anything slow her down.
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we have an update on the breaking news with equifax. the consumer credit reporting company confirms it was not hacked again after all. there was a third party vendor issue that was causing problems
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and its systems were not compromised. over the summer, equifax was hacked and the personal information of $145 145 million people was exposed. almost time for trick or treating and once again philadelphia is the best place to collect candy. racnks it number three. they rang it on where kids can get the most candy in the shortest amount of cities are point breeze, oxford circle. and the best idea is to just grab a whole bunch, you know, as much as you can at each house. and then you spill it out on the floor, right, and you decide what you want to eat first. just having some memories. >> candy corn yea or nay? >> love it. >> chocolate. and i grew up in mt. airy, 72
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houses on our block. so i didn't have to go very far. >> how are your teeth? >> the teeth are fine. you get some professional help and they are just fine. 63 degrees in philadelphia right now. we have cloudy skies. and we have cloudy skies all over the place. delaware is looking kind of nasty. and we've had a little rain there as well. the temperature not dropping a whole lot during the evening hours. and that is the case everywhere. we'll be finding temperatures in delaware, well, much, much cooler than they have been. look at the wind gusts. 32 miles an hour in atlantic city, 30 in wildwood, 26 in dover. and those temperatures down around dover are pretty darn chilly. it's only 60 limestone road, talleyville in delaware. 63 in middletown, 62 in dover
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with the gusty winds. 62 in mills borrow, milton and only 64 rehoboth beach. and that is pretty chilly. and we continue to see the sprinkles or drizzles or whatever you want to call them across the area. nothing heavy. and a lot of people don't evened he had into t need the umbrellas. the wiper will occasionally have go. not constantly. that kind rain. coastal flood advisory for minor coastal flooding happening in the bays. that's the next hour or so and then everything starts going back toward nom normal. this is a normal pattern with an east wind, you have plenty of clouds and occasionally some showers. same story for tomorrow, some sprinkles around, clouds are there, temperature is kept down. and then on saturday, as the
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wind starts to come in out of the south, we may see more significant showers around. but they are just scattered. this is not a widespread thing. so don't go canceling saturday activities. but there is a chance of at least a couple showers around. then on sunday, we get more sunshine and the temperature really scoots up. a lot more than this. 68 in fairmont, 65 in redding. you can see the clouds all over the place. a few sprinkles especially toward the shore. and as we go into the weekend, things will change quite a bit going back up into the 70s with just a little bit of sunshine on saturday. remember the chance of showers. and then on sunday, we're expecting to be dry. more sunshine then, pushing temperatures into the 80s. remember the average high is in the upper 60s now. then after that, things change. but lehigh valley, 78 on sunday.
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and then watch what happens after sunday. there is a big drop. 82 to 67. and then down to 63. so the colder air comes back fairly quickly after sunday. but then it starts warming up again. and as we head to next weekend, i think it will warm up again. and we could be near 80 degrees. >> wow. >> and overall this weather pattern just keeps coming back. warm weather just keeps coming. >> we're still a couple weeks away, about you hopefully it will be good fwoet trick weathe or treating. >> yeah, one of thoefsof those days would be nice. today a dream became a reality. coming up, i'll tell you how you might be able to help that dream come true with some other families. also men for puerto rico, how dozens of local volunteers pitched in today to help
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hurricane maria victims. when you're a double-dipping pension-padder like steve sweeney, it's important to maintain a certain... lifestyle. that's why sweeney spent over a hundred grand of his campaign funds on high-priced meals and other gifts. we're talking fine cigars, fancy watches, pricey restaurants, and expensive wines - all to charm the type of folks
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who helped him raise your taxes 145 times. too many in south jersey are struggling. but steve sweeney's looking out for himself, not for us.
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that right there, the dream of homeowner ship becomes reality. s dream came true for several families in delaware tod. >> and as tim furlong shows us, there is a chance for you to make the same happen for others. >> reporter: it's a big day for a number of delaware families with a big snip of the gold scissors, they are now officially homeowners. >> just to have a place to be able to turn my key and know
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that it belongs to me. come home and i can feel comfortable in my own home. >> reporter: these homes are habitat for humanity houses built on donated land, the families themselves put in 225 hours of labor, they did financial and home maintenance training and they will get a no interest loan to keep their mortgage manageable. back in january, i was here at the timing you habitat was having a volunteer shortage. lots of people saw that story and stepped up and now habitat is having another shortage and they need help on a project down in middletown. >> cookies, sweet potato by. >> reporter: she can't wait to start baking in her own kitchen and to beat her neighbors. this area has had some problems with violence, and these folks plan to be part of the solution. >> that is the training we try to provide, you won't just buy it, you are buying into this community. >> reporter: pretty soon tables will be under these new
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chandelier, families will gather. and good families getting a slice of the american dream, a hand up from habitat and from lots of kind volunteers now wishing them the best in the homes they helped build. >> we thank you so much and love each and every one of y'all. >> reporter: tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> lots of happiness there. >> makes such a difference. we're working on several stories for the news at 5:00. >> and overdose scare in south jersey, we've learned police busted one man in connection to an opoid crisis that caused 14 people to o.d. plus the challenges in getting treatment when you are hooked on heroin. that is new at 5:00. cool and damp conditions, that is what we will be dealing with for the next couple day, but there is a big jwarm-up on the way. >> reporter: and the turn mike will be closed this weekend. we'll tell you how to get around it and areas you should avoid.
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we've learned new information about an opoid arrest. and we'll go live to wine country where it is a race begins time to escape the fast moving fires. and what the mayor said in just the past 30 minutes about the federal government's new deadline for philadelphia's sanctuary city policy.
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right now, helpless and hooked. >> i have bald spots on my head for the rest of my life. i got scars all over my body because of this drug. i want every kid to understand that you need to stay away from this. i have routined three faemts. >> reporte families. >> reporter: michael grabbed our attention after overdozing earlier in the day. he still had another hit of heroin in his pocket. it is being run right through the u.s. postal service. let's go out to cydney long. she is live for us in camden. this scare didn't result in any deaths, but the numbers are staggering in terms of fatal overdoses, right? >> reporter: police tell us the number of fatal overdoses has in
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fact increased, about 150%. they tell me that fentanyl is coming to the streets here from china, it's hard to defects, it's being run right through the u.s. postal service. running scared. >> you don't know what you'll get, but we're not getting anything that we're expecting anymore. it's just deadly. >> reporter: 27-year-old michael left the e.r. wednesday night with his life and a message. >> i got scars all over my body because of this drug. i want every kid to understand they need to stay away from this. i have routined three families. >> reporter: he was one of 14 who overdosed on a batch of heroin laced with fentanyl wednesday. it forced the new jersey attorney general to tweet this warning mid day. >> they said i was freaking out, i waspunching myself in the face and going ballistic. >> one of the people had given us information of


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