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not in my neighborhood, local communities take a stand against hate after a shows up in their mailboxes. finally free. how a pennsylvania family was rescued from the taliban after five years in captivity. traffic jam. the stretch of hiway you want to avoid at all costs this weekend. >> announcer: nbc ten news starts now. right now at 11:00, feeling forgotten. people in puerto rico and across the caribbean are still suffering from this hurricane season. but will they get the help they need? good evening, i'm jacqueline london. >> and i'm jim rosenfield. today president trump threatened to pull resources out of puerto
rico. 80% of people still don't have power, a third don't have drinkable water. and only 8% of the island's roads are passable. but puerto rico is not the only u.s. territory that still needs help. >> we're shown how families that fled the virgin islands are forced to take matters into their own hands. >> a lot of times women, families have to choose between waiting in line for food or waiting in line for gas. >> reporter: this was the view from her house when irma made landfall. she lives on the island with her husband now, but evacuated from the hurricane's wrath. the government housed u.s. virjen island's facebook warns today's the last day fema will hand out emergency food and water. this concerned her. >> i can only imagine the desperateness and hopelessness
people will feel. talk about kicking someone when they're down. >> reporter: it's been about a month since irma. she can't go back for at least another three months. many still feel the island needs more attention. >> i was so relieved these guys reached out to us. >> reporter: bruce has been working at the shelters on st. thomas since the very beginning. she gave nbc an update in face time. >> trying to get our businesses up and running. that's the only way we can recover. >> really what maria destroyed irma flooded. >> reporter: she now has a mission making sure items reach the island through the organization, adopt a family, they have sent 35,000 small boxes. >> there's is sentiment we don't want to be forgotten, we don't want to be lost. >> reporter: i'm told they will
hold a fund-raiser next week. in philadelphia, nbc 10 news. >> and more help has arrived in puerto rico tonight thanks to this enormous barge filled with equipment and supplies. the barge left the philadelphia area nine days ago. fema will distribute the supplies to areas across the island. >> and three sisters are doing their part to help the victims in puerto rico as well. they organized this fund-raiser tonight at field house in center city. we first introduced you to these sisters last month. they hadn't heard from their father in puerto rico since maria hit, but nbc was able to put them in touch with hair father through a satellite phone. >> and hearing it finally being able to do something that helps directly feels super good. >> if you're looking for ways to help the victims of this hurricane season, we have much more information on our website at nbc10.com.
now to a developing sfory, philadelphia police say this man right here, he escaped from their custody. still on the run tonight. police say he was at temple hospital this afternoon when he escaped. he has a long criminal history. police say he say cently arrested for stealing a car and a firearms violation. racist fliers were delivered right to their doorstep. now neighbors in montgomery county are fighting back. the fliers showed up in more than 5,000 mailboxes in three different communities. but as nbc 10 drew myth shows us neighbors are sending their own message against hate. >> reporter: people are really creeped out here because someone scoped out addresses. she found this in her mailbox addressed to a proud american. she think it has to do with the
flag on her home. >> they took specific things from different houses and based it off of that. >> reporter: a friendly greeting on the outside with hateful illustrations inside. the message promotes a white supremacist group. >> there's a hitler quote on it. it makes me angry. >> reporter: she saw this white proud statement surrounded by a nazi people. >> this is diverse town. we don't need that hear. >> this is just the nature of the world we live in today where we have hateful individuals who are exercising their first amendment rights. >> reporter: but there is a response from neighbors. raising money to get a bulk order of these no hate signs to put them all over town. >> i realized why don't i do something to show this is not our community. >> reporter: she already had one in the garage. she just planted it out front after getting one of those hateful letters. >> we're going to get together
and tell our neighbors we want them to be here, that we're happy to have everyone here. >> reporter: people plan to light candles and come together in the face of this hate. to your first alert weather now, starting to finally feel like fall out there. which means you might need an extra blanket tonight. >> it's a drastic difference. >> we're about 20 degrees cooler today than we were just two days ago. and you know what, by sunday we'll be almost 20 degrees warmer. that's the roller coaster we're on. could see an isolated sprinkle moving through the yea. today we hit 57, but that's deceptive. that was hit shortly after midnight. rather blustery out there. 30 miles an hour wind gusts with our highest wind gusts. and we did pick up 2.10 inches
of rain. if you're in dover, it's 61 degrees. and wild wood coming in at 62 degrees. the rain pretty much as tapered off. we do have clouds out there, but we're not looking at organized rain. again, drizzles and sprinkles is what we can expect tonight. what you see he in the form of green, that's because the radar is clearer, so it's picking up moisture in the air. we're dealing with clouds for the most part, but we will see rain moving back into the area. six minutes or 40 seconds? tonight we're getting two very different versions of the time line of events during the las vegas shooting massacre. according to officials who spoke with associated press, the mandalay bay hotel waited to call police after stephen
paddock fired shots at one of hits security guards. the official claims police were not called until six minutes later when paddock started firing into the concert crowd below. but the hotel's owner is now disputing that claim. the mgm resort says that shooting happened at the same time or seconds after the shooting of that guard. change or risk funding. that is the warning. the department claims philadelphia is violating the law because of its sanctuary city status. but the mayor says philadelphia is following the law, and has a message for immigrants. >> we're going to protect them, and follow the law and listen to what the judiciary tells us. but we're not going to abandon them. >> the mayor went onto say he's waiting to hear from a judge, but he won't be coerced or intimidated by the government.
with efforts to repeal obamacare on hold, president trump issues a new executive order which could undermine the law without congress. the president predicts millions and millions of people will benefit. critics say it'll drive prices up, hurting older americans or those with medical conditions. the trump plan allows insurance companies to sell cheaper policies, offering less coverage than obamacare requires. the also eases restrictions on short-term policies and allows employers to set aside pre-tax dollars so workers can use the money to buy an individual policy. changes might not take effect for a couple of years. a follow up to a story we first reported. new details it all began with two groups fighting over text messages sent between a girl and a boy. candles mark the spot for 19-year-old carlos was killed.
officers say this all started at a house in allentown. two groups, turned into an argument. everyone left the home in two separate cars. but the cars crashed, and that led to the deadly shooting. he's now facing homicide charges. one person is dead after a dump truck and car crashed. the car smashed into that guardrail there killing one person inside. the victim's identity, it hasn't been released. new at 11:00, parents voicing their concerns in chester county. they're worried the pipeline project is too close to their homes and schools. the school district held a hazardous materials meeting. sunoeka will use am mariner east 2 pipeline to trance port gas and liquids across pennsylvania.
>> i live 1,200 feet from the pipeline. my children go to school 100 feet from the pipeline. i work 1,000 feet from the pipeline. >> one thing i want to get more from from sonoko. >> all students are to be brought inside, shutoff the hvack system, and parents are to pick up children if necessary if there are problems. traffic taking over one of the area's major highways. we're going to show you where to avoid this weekend. plus he wears the halloween mask, but it's cash he's after, not candy. the thief terrorizing local convenience stores. and shopping for a job. two major companies are hiring for the holidays. we'll show you what to do and where to be next. oh, you brought butch.
a pennsylvania woman and her family are safe tonight five years after being kidnapped in afghanistan. they were rescued by pakistani forces last night. coleman originally from sturts town in york county. her husband refused to board a plane bound for the u.s. despite that, his family is relieved. >> it's the first time in five years we got to hear his voice. it was amazing. >> the pakistani military says they were able to execute the rescue thanks to a tip from u.s. intelligence. coleman's family is asking for privacy while they work to get the family back to u.s. a gun wielding man wearing a skull mask is tearizing stores.
he's also possibly responsible for robbing stores in upper dublin and townsships. a pair ofchieves targeted a shah benefitting habitat for humanity. it was hit around 1:00 a.m. tuesday. surveillance video shows one of the thieves smashing the front door with a brick. the other tries to take the register but can't, so they take a donation bucket on the counter instead. the manager says less than $100 was in that bucket. but damage to the store was about $3,000. with the holidays right around the corner two of the biggest companies around are beefing up their work forces. amazon announced it will be hiring around 120,000 seasonal workers. more than 4,000 openings are
fillable in delaware. the company pulling job fares from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at all of its stores across the region. all the targets looking to fill about 1,000 seasonal positions. it's going to be closed from the allan town exit aup to the poconos exit through the weekend. it's to replace a bridge on mile marker 57. it'll be done in 55 hours over the weekend. it starts tomorrow night at 9:00, and last until 4:00 monday morning. you can get information about detours right now on the nbc 10 app. in chester county, 60 cats have been rescued from a home. it says it is the second time this week it has rescued a large
amount of neglected animals. the group is asking for your help adopting animals are donating money. the big brothers, big sisters independence region held its inaugural big building awards. it recognized city leaders and professionals strengthening and changes neighborhoods and investing in children and their community. such a good event. to hear those inspiring stories and such a great turn out for the event. and people attending didn't have to deal with any rainout there. >> yeah, they didn't need any umbrellas tonight. >> let's just keep carrying those umbrellas because if you do, you don't need them, and if you do, well -- it's not going to be a total wash out, but for it next couple of days that's going oo be the pattern. isolated showers here and there.
outside tonight it's kind of misty, feels a little bit dreary out there. we are looking at some cloud cover outside. i've got to tell you, i think for the most part we are going to be looking at very mild temperatures. right now it's 57 degrees. we'll drop a couple more degrees. and we have humidity at 44%. the easterly winds are what's going to keep us cool over the next couple of days. this is going to be our temperature trend. we saw 79 yesterday, we should be about 68. we should be average tomorrow at 68. look at the climb we get over the weekend. b mid70s saturday. and we get to the 80s sunday. we got most of our rain early this morning. that's when we picked up .2 of
an inch. we don't have any organized showers headed our way. again, scattered showers are going to be possible, and you see that on the forecast model. it's going to be cooler again tomorrow. but look at these pop up showers. as we head through the day tomorrow, not a whole lot of rain. but gray skies outlet there, and only the midperhaps upper 60s in the area. by tomorrow evening we pick up a few more showers. we go into saturday, and i know we don't want to do it this weekend, but look at this. a few showers saturday, tanot even sunday morning, but sunday night there's a front that may bring us some showers sunday night. if you have nighttime plans, you'll want to pay attention. nonetheless, it should be a very mild weekend. the models have dialled it way
back. we're looking at maybe 0.3 of an inch in pokano. it looks like temperaturewise, over all not too bad. going to the temple game, well, there may be a sprinkle out there. temperatures will be very mild, though in the mid-70s. probably don't need the sunglasses the whole time. it looks like there'll be more clouds than sun. he may not be an eagle, but he's still a fan favorite. coming up he gives us an inside look at his recovery and the moment that brought him pure joy. that's next.
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philadelphia fan favorite jon dorenbos shared an emotional post on instagram tonight. it's been a month since his open heart surgery. and he thanks his wife, and also posts a video of him taking his first shower after surgery. >> this is unbelievable. oh, my god. >> dorenbos' trade from the eagles to the saints just may have is saved his life. they found it while he was getting -- >> magic trick is up next. he's taking a shower and a magic trick. eagles going head to head with the panthers tonight. big showdown in charlotte. and going back to full, sort of.
hey, hey danny pommels from nbc sports philadelphia with you. once again a tight game in the queens city between the eagles and panthers together. right now the eagles up with the panthers driving. they play again tomorrow in kansas city, not far from joelen b. went to college. so today his team decided to hold the practice at the old field house. >> anytime i get the chance to
come by -- >> the historic perspective of this building along with joel's history here kind of made it no-brainer we should drive 45 minutes down the road and experience this building and practice here. >> big game for the fliers coming up this weekend. the players were back on the ice. off to a good start this year. but the caps were the top of the division last season and beat the friars 3 out of 4. they know there'll be plenty of support from the fans. >> it's always special when you're walking on the ice for the first time, when you hear your name and go out there and get applause. it's fun. >> i know some people think you have to put on a show. but you don't.
especially against washington, the way they play. >> time for now the winner of our high school blitz game of the week. it was a close one. complete highlights from that game and much more tomorrow night at 11:00. that is all for sports. stay with us. nbc 10 news coming right back. paulsboro's a very proud community.
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. rainy day today. it was dreary and rainy and chilly. >> i don't know, it was kind of a nice day in a way.
>> a change. >> it was a big change. >> i'm wearing boots. jacqueline's kind of almost wearing boots. we'll see clouds, a few sprinkles around the area tomorrow. 68, that's right where we should be at this time of year. 82 on sunday, a mix of sun and clouds. i think at this point a little heavy on the cloud with maybe a shower at night lingering into monday. but still at 82. remarkable. >> not the great sunday we once heard about. >> have a good night. >> see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- miles teller, pink, "jeopardy" m