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plate pc 64273. he is armed and dangerous. >> nbc10's lauren mayk is live in wilmington. >> aaron baskerville is live in edgewood, maryland, you just spoke to the witness who was inside the building when the shooting happened. >> reporter: i had the chance to talk to four different witnesses, four workers who were inside advanced granite solutions earlier this morning when the gunman fired shots. right now we are outside of the richland ballroom, the staging area for families of workers who were inside this morning around 9:00. to this photo. four of these workers wanted to share this photo. this is oscar hidago. he lost his life this morning when the gunman fired shots. the four coworkers i talked to literally 20 minutes ago tell me they were about ten feet away from the shooter when he pulled his gun and started firing.
of course, a surreal moment for all of them. they froze and then ran as fast as they could away from the shooter. here is what one witness inside told me he saw when the gunman fired shots. how close was he standing when the shots were fired? >> right here. >> reporter: so he was right next to the shooter when the shooter starts firing. >> yes. >> reporter: did you see people get shot? >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: what happened? did you rush over to help or run away? >> running. running. >> reporter: you heard him right there at the end just saying, running, running. he was running away from the shooter as fast as he could. we talked to the four coworkers for about five minutes, and then officers and detectives came to me, scooped them away and took them into another building. the coworkers also tell me a lot
of the folks who work inside advanced granite solutions are actually from another country. for now, live in edgewood. aaron baskerville. nbc10 news. >> quick question. did the workers give you any idea of why this may have happened? any idea of a motive here? >> reporter: that's what was so shocking. they had no idea. they said they've come across him before, didn't notice anything unusual or different. and they were shocked. all of a sudden, of course, he just pulls out his gun and starts shooting. they have no idea why he did it. they don't know who he was targeting, if he was targeting anyone at all. the four coworkers are really happy they got away with their lives. >> aaron baskerville reporting live in maryland. team coverage continues now with nbc10's lauren mayk, joining us live in wilmington. >> within the hour investigators wrapped up a news conference. lauren, bring us up to date. >> reporter: the focus now is finding this man. the police chief warning anyone
who may be helping him that he is dangerous. and given what we saw today, that he has no conscience. >> this person is still dangerous. he is armed. he is desperate. >> reporter: wilmington police chief robert tracy on the man hunt for radee prince releasing new details on what he calls targeted shootings. >> every one of the victims that the individual shot, the victim and the offender knew each other. >> reporter: he came to this auto dealership and shot a business owner. the victim told officers it was prince who shot him, making the connection for investigators. officers responding in wilmington saw the suspect's vehicle at 30th and market heading north. >> i just want to catch this guy. i want to get him of o the street. -- off the street. >> reporter: the chief urging radee prince to return himself in. saying he knows so far these shootings were targeting people he may have had beefs with in
the past but that, if this goes on. someone else could get hurt. jim and erin, back to you. >> we know through authorities that the alleged gunman and the business owner where you are, they knew each other. do you know anything more about their history? >> reporter: i asked the police chief about this. he said they had some beefs in the past. he had an idea of what the motive was there but wouldn't get into details. he did say it had something to do with criminal cases in their history, but again, he would not get into the details, said he wanted to leave it at that. they had a history. they had some beefs. jim. >> authorities saying he knew all of the people who were shot today. we are staying on top of the story. lauren mayk will continue to cover elements in delaware. our team of reporters continuing to dig for new information. stay with nbc10 on air and online for any breaking updates. turning to the weather. the warmups return.
70-degree temperatures today. a live look at 30th street station in center city. and a busy day near independence mall. the crowd filled the streets today. you see some folks wearing light jackets and sweaters. everybody is covered up. a look at conditions along the shore at cape may. beautiful day at the shore with the sun out. nbc10 chief meteorologist tammie souza joins us now. how long is this sticking around? >> how long do you want it to stick around? >> five days. >> i'll give you ten. it looks like we've have beautiful weather through the weekend and then we'll see it tapering off. it really doesn't turn until rain comes in on tuesday. then, well, perhaps cooler temperatures the middle of next week. let's enjoy avalon and the beautiful weather out there. 68 degrees. winds out of the south to 9 miles an hour. wilmington, 69, winds out of the west-southwest. ten miles an hour. philadelphia, southwest if i
understand -- winds to 11 miles an hour. high pressure is in control with a big dome of sinking warm air. very clear conditions. we're going to tumble from the upper 60s and low 70s into the low 40s in places like allentown. atlantic city, a little warmer along the shore. you will stay warm because the ocean water is warmer than the air temperature at night. in philadelphia, we're going to see 49 degrees. when i come back in a few minutes we'll break down the ten-day on 10 so you'll know exactly when to pull out the rain slicker and when to get the house decorated for halloween. this photo is making the rounds on social media. shows local teenagers and pumpkins carved with racist symbols. the pumpkins show a swastika and the letters "kkk." this is the second racially charged incident in the last few
weeks. the school is working with civil rights group to help teach students these acts are not acceptable. >> i am proud to say i had groups of students yesterday and today inside finding and developing and recommending solutions. >> at the end of the school day some students and parents rallied outside the school in response to the recent events. one of the students in the photos posted on social media that it was never intended for the picture to circulate. a developing story in wilmington more a suspicious death investigation is under way. police were called to a home on springer street yesterday. they found an unconscious man who appeared to have been shot in the chest. investigators are trying to determine when and where the man was shot. call delaware crime stoppers if you have information. we've learned lawyers for jerry sandusky plan to appeal today's decision by a judge who denied their request for a new trial. the former assistant football
coach is serving a sentence for sexually assaulting boys. he was convicted in 2012. new at 5:00, a guilty verdict in a war crimes trial that captured international attention. this afternoon a philadelphia jury decided mahammed jabateh committed immigration fraud when he sought asylum in our region from liberia almost 20 years ago. george spencer has the update. >> reporter: these are the photos that seem to place delaware's county mohammed jabateh in the middle of liberia's first civil war. he was found guilty of perjury for climbing he never committed genocide. the dozens of fighters said they witnessed the so-called jungle jabbah murdering civilians, raping women and enlisting child soldiers. alan werner is the director of a swiss non-profit offering legal
representation to victims of war crimes. he believes the jabateh trial has set an international standard for fair and open hearings related to the eight-year lie beeriberiaen con >> it's in this court in philadelphia you have for the first time victims who come and confront the guy they say committed the crimes. >> reporter: today jabateh's lawyer maintained his innocence. supporters insist he was another one of the war's victims. >> there were political enemies of mr. jabateh who were behind the allegations and the conviction. >> reporter: jabateh's team is already planning an appeal. werner says the judicial process itself unfolding next in england, belgium and switzerland is healing for the people regardless of the verdict. reporting in old city. george spencer, nbc10 news.
to the controversy surrounding a fallen soldier. today president trump is calling a congresswoman's story about his comments to a dead soldier's widow totally fabricated. congresswoman frederica wilson said she heard president trump say the soldier knew what he was signing up for when he joined the military. wilson says the president talked to the soldier's widow for three to five minutes by speakerphone and the widow's only words were thank you at the end of the call. today the president lashed out on twitter, writing democratic congresswoman totally fabricated what i said to the wife of a soldier who died in action and i have proof. sad. >> didn't say what the congresswoman said. didn't say it at all. she knows it. she is now not saying it. i did not say what she said. >> today the soldier's mother said she also heard the president say her son knew what he signed up for. the president calling for support from both sides of the
political aisle for his tax plan. >> he says it will involve the largest tax cuts in history and promote economic and job growth. >> we are doubling the amount of income that is taxed at the zero bracket. in other words, the zero bracket, many people will be able to take advantage of that bracket who are not in this bracket. >> the white house estimates the reform package would raise household incomes at least $4,000 a year. that is if the corporate tax rate is reduced. most senate democrats are expected to vote against it. deciding to give it all up to help local kids. the generosity of one philadelphia eagle is making history. new at 5:00, how he is enhancing the education of thousands of kids across our area. keith jones. >> reporter: nbc10 as always is all over your philadelphia 76ers. they are down here in washington, d.c., for the opener. i am going to step out of the way as joel embiid and ben
simmons warm up. they're fired up and so are fans who travelled all the way. children who fled puerto rico with their families are getting a warm welcome in one local school district. one girl tells us about the hardest adjustment. and we continue to follow breaking news. a multi-state man hunt for a suspected gunman with ties to delaware. police say radee prince shot the owner of a used car lot in wilmington not long after shooting five coworkers in maryland. investigators say prince is considered armed and dangerous. we are staying on top of it.
crews are making progress. battling the california wildfires. a break in the gusty winds has been a huge help. today thousands of families are starting to return home to check the damage. the wildfires started two weeks ago, spreading across seven counties. at least 41 people have been killed, 6,000 homes destroyed. here at home to our first alert weather and the 70s are back! hope you got outside today. a live look at the poconos. checking the scene at boathouse row. it feels, well, kind of like fall one day and the next day kind of like summer. >> up and down. chief meteorologist tuesdammie a joins us.
how long will it last? >> jim wanted five. i offered maybe seven. we'll split the difference. six. sound good? >> yeah. >> it may feel warm but this is what i call perfect pumpkin weather. why is that? let me share with you. sunny you through the weekend. a few high, thin clouds. not like last weekend where the clouds didn't separate. no storm system coming in until after the weekend. it's a perfect opportunity for you to put up all of your halloween decorations. go crazy. i want to see all your neighborhoods. send me your pictures. i'd love to share them on air. it will be dry, low humidity. an increase in static electricity. don't be shocked. i did not mean that as a pun, but we are going to see that this week. it will be wonderfully warm, 70s for the next six days. it's going to feel anything but chilly like we had the last couple of mornings. we're going to be dropping from 71 where we are now in philadelphia down to 62 at 8:00 tonight and 57 at 11:00 tonight.
you notice the winds, they are light and out of the southwest. so even though we have clear skies we are going to be a little bit warmer when you wake up tomorrow morning than we were the last couple of mornings. so doppler radar shows nothing out there. it's not because it's broken, it's because there isn't anything to show you. we have clear skies and a huge dome of high pressure over the region. a cold front is trying to make its way through wisconsin will not do much for us. sl sa it will sail by to the north. tick us down a degree maybe friday night. we'll enjoy high pressure all the way until next monday, monday night or early on tuesday. that's when we will see a frontal boundary coming through. let's walk you through the next few days. we have winds coming in out of the southwest generally. tomorrow morning you will wake up. lower 40s in outlying areas. i don't think it will be 50 in mount pocono. that sensor is off. mid 40s in the philadelphia area and the 50s along the jersey shore. now, we are going to be climbing
to the low 70s in philadelphia, maybe a few upper 60s elsewhere. by friday we'll be in the low 70s again. you notice the winds start to turn more to the northwest. that's the weak front passing to our north. that's about all it does for us. maybe a few high, thin clouds. it is going to still be beautiful weather. you can follow the whole thing anytime you want. download our app. you have your neighborhood weather. we have our radar. it's customized for you and it's easy because you can keep it right there on your smartphone. let's break down your neighborhoods. 73 tomorrow in fairmount. swanksville, 71. allentown, 70 degrees. 71 in robbinsville. newark, 72. dover, 72. delightful weather considering we should be around 66 degrees this time of year. now let's look at your ten-day on 10. this is where i promised jim the next six days of nice weather. 73 tomorrow, 73 friday. lots of sunshine. 75 on saturday.
77 on sunday. on monday, we're going to be watching closely because the front comes through monday night or tuesday. we have the all-important eagles game monday night. we want things dry for that. on tuesday 71. the temperature will fall later in the day. we could see a thunderstorm with that. then we go back to the 60s with rain on wednesday and cooler. all the way down to 60 degrees with the 40s overnight by the time we reach next thursday. guys. >> all right, tammie. it's countdown to game time and opening night for the sixers. >> taking on the wizards in less than two hours. keith jones is live in d.c. in the middle of the action. >> reporter: if you know me, you know i love taking you behind the scenes. this is capitalone arena. the players are warming up. joel embiid is here right now getting stretched out. the players have taken the floor, getting ready to open up the season against the washington wizards. look on the foul line, top of the key. there he is, ben simmons.
a lot of people wondering how he's going to perform this season. we'll get a glimpse of it tonight when the game begins at 7:00. we saw a lot of sixers fans not only on the road to d.c. but outside the arena trying to get in a little early. let me show you some of them. they made the two and a half hour drive this morning. a group of students we met skipped the mid-term at drexel university to watch the sixers take on the wizards. we spoke with a father who drove down with his two sons from camden county. they have high hopes for their sixers. >> they're going to have a good season. big things to come for the next couple of years. we'll make the playoffs this year. i say four seed or better. >> young guys, good talent. i think we'll surprise some people. >> reporter: now, injuries have been a factor. notice we've got the camera trained on joel embiid. there is a question as to how much he'll play this season. he signed the $148 million multi-year contract, only
playing 31 games in three full seasons. he will probably play less than 20 minutes tonight, we learned, from coach brett brown. markelle fultz who was warming up earlier, making his rookie debut. he grew up a half hour from here in maryland. coming up next, we'll tell you the list of people he invited to this game. it's a big list. one of them is his middle school teacher who has a very, very significant role in his life. we'll detail that coming up at 6:15. for now, i am keith jones. live here at capital one arena before the sixers and wizards face off here in washington, d.c., nbc10 news. >> we know your name, keith. come on! >> he is happy to be there. >> yeah, he is. joel would be happier if he could play longer. we know he is not happy about the time limit. >> reporter: no. i won't quote limhim directly. there was a quote that went around. he is disappointed is the way i will describe it.
>> we know it had to be bleeped there a little bit. thanks, keith. >> reporter: oh, yeah. windows smashed, owners left cleaning up the mess. >> ahead at 5:00, the jersey shore coffee shop targeted by vandals and what's keeping its doors closed. chance of a lifetime. this montgomery county man wins big at the flyers game. how he plans to pay it forward. all new at 5:00.
chris brown: a fighter for the working men and women of atlantic county. brown fought for what's right by taking on trenton special interests and standing up to chris christie's takeover of atlantic city. he fought to protect jobs in our region and to defeat the north jersey casinos. and now brown is working to keep atlantic county affordable for families and retirees. let's keep chris brown fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
after the april incident. he was dragged off the plane after he refused to give up his seat. we all probably remember the story because someone recorded the whole thing on a cellphone. a new morning radio show in philadelphia promises to hit local issues hard. >> the host is a man well known to the community. selmon jones is hosting "your voice" on praise wppz. the show combines music with talk about issues that are affecting people in our area. jones says the show will also take listeners' phone calls every day. >> anything from politics to race to economics to diversity. to school, to education. our children. all of the things that really affect us as a community. >> your voice airs monday through saturday in 10:00 until noon. halloween came early to kids at children's hospital of philadelphia. the young patients picked out costumes and experienced all the fun of halloween complete with plenty of tricks and treats.
the party also served an important purpose. >> spirit halloween offers a program called spirit of children which aims to make hospital stays less scary for kids and families. >> the party also raised money for child life departments in hospitals across the country. a local cancer patient is celebrating a big win at last night's flyers game. he posted this picture on facebook after taking the $17,000 top prize in the flyers 50/50 raffle. he said he rarely leaves the house in fear of getting an infection but decided to go with a friend to last night's game. he says he plans to donate half his winnings to the cancer center. >> he wrote a great post on facebook about the whole day and night and how it unfolded. he wanted to spend time with his best friend and wanted to go to the game, and then that happened. amazing. we continue to follow breaking news. a man on the run after police say he shot six people in maryland and delaware.
>> next at 5:00, we take you to the scene of the first shooting as police search for the perfecperfec suspect. radee prince. 67 hurricane evacuees have enrolled in allentown school district. >> the hardest part was when we were without power. very little ice. survival was rough. >> reporter: coming up, we talk to a father from puerto rico who gave up everything to give his family a better life.
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.
breaking news right now at 5:00. a man hunt is under way to find a suspected gunman who shot six people. investigators say 37-year-old radee prince shot five of his coworkers, killing three of them, at a granite company north of baltimore. from there, police say he drove to delaware and shot a man at a used car lot in wilmington. >> prince is considered armed and dangerous. he is driving a black 2008 gmc acadia with delaware license plate pc64273. if you see him or that vehicle, you should call 911 right away. > brandon joins us live in maryland where the shooting spree began. investigators are worried prince could strike again? >> reporter: that's right, jim and erin. that's why local police and federal investigators are
stretched out along 95 and the fbi is broadcasting radee prince's information in three states and washington, d.c. the sheriff believed prince specifically targeted people at advanced granite solutions. you saw some fbi agents and some sheriff's deputies walk outside. all this happened while people were coming to work and were at hotels across the street. the shooting which killed three people and hurt two more closed advanced granite solutions and briefly shut down other places in this maryland office park. the harford county sheriff says radee prince, an employee, walked in with a hand gun and pulled the trigger and then drove to wilmington. >> he is a danger to anyone he encounters. >> reporter: because prince is armed and dangerous, the sheriff is getting help from the fbi and atf. >> anytime there is this type of firearm related violence we'll respond in force. >> reporter: they deployed agents throughout maryland and delaware. they're joined by police from other local agencies.
>> no stone will be left unturned. >> reporter: the sheriff had this message for radee prince. >> i would ask him to consider that he's done and put an end to it and turn himself in. >> reporter: the shooting didn't just impact this immediate area. harford county public schools put their schools on lockdown for a few years. they did dismiss on time and continued with after-school activities as planned. live in edgewood, maryland, brandon hudson, nbc10 news. >> brandon. want to give you another look at the vehicle investigators believe prince was driving. there it is on the right. black 2008 gmc acadia with delaware license plate pc64273. he may have ditched the vehicle by now, but if you see him or that vehicle, you should call 911. we'll continue to bring you updates on this story throughout this news cast. and on our free nbc10 app.
this journey was, is and will be, for my daughter's sake. >> leaving home with nothing but a suitcase and the will to survive. dozens of families who evacuated puerto rico in the wake of hurricane maria now calling the lehigh valley home. >> the allentown school district says it has dozens of evacuees enrolled in schools there. steven fisher shows us how one family is settling in. >> reporter: not by choice but out of necessity. hurricane victims going through a second first day of school in new places with new faces. >> this journey was, is and will be for my daughters' sake. >> reporter: carlos is from a part of puerto rico devastated by hurricane maria. >> the hardest part was when we were without power. very little ice. survival was rough. keeping our 5-year-old safe and
dry was a challenge. >> reporter: surviving the storm was one thing. but afterwards, he knew time was up. >> fleeing the island was a hard decision for us. >> reporter: leaving meant starting over, not just for him and his wife but for their 5-year-old daughter gigi. her first day of elementary school in allentown was on friday. it's been a challenge. new classmates. a new language and new everything. >> little by little. today was the easier day of the four days that she has been here. >> currently we've enrolled 69 students who are evacuees from either puerto rico or florida. >> reporter: superintendent dr. thomas parker says they are a unique district and are used to working with bilingual students. >> we are uniquely qualified and prepared to provide services to our students because we already serve a large spanish-speaking population currently. >> reporter: puerto rico is no longer an option for many. >> puerto rico needs a lot of
help. it will take a while for us to get back to where we used to be. >> reporter: meaning his journey here to allentown is now permanent. >> it's been a journey. we have always made sure her needs were met. i think we're okay now. >> reporter: stephen fisher, nbc10 news. >> a show of solidarity. today a group from allentown marched in the nation's capital demanding resources for puerto rico and the u.s. virgin islands. one man said he wanted to send a message directly to president trump. >> talking about building a wall that would cost trillions of dollars but he can't figure out how to get water and food to people who are starving and thirsty. >> for continuing coverage of the effort to help puerto rico and ways to get involved, tap the free nbc10 app or head to nbc10.com. new jobs delaware stops the stories making headlines county by county. it was opening day for a
first-of-its-ki first-of-its-kind facility in newcastle. the first plant in the u.s. producing 100% renewable and bio-based chemicals. it will hire about 30 full-time employees to work at the plant. in newcastle county, police want to find this thief who was recorded walking away with packages that were not his. the man swiped two packages from the doorstep of an apartment on stanford drive. he was wearing a shirt with a lawn care logo on the back. in atlantic county, the owners of ventnor county posted this video to social media. their security cameras caught a guy throwing rocks and breaking the shop's windows. the shop will reopen when the windows are repaired. she ordered one laptop but got something completely different in the mail. >> i was on the telephone with him for about an hour and a
and to defeat the north jersey casinos. and now brown is working to keep atlantic county affordable for families and retirees. let's keep chris brown fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. police in montgomery county were out in force today making sure kids are safe at the bus stop.
we'll show you a video of operation safe stop, a joint effort by pennsylvania state troopers, lower providence police and penn-dot. police will be following school buses to make sure drivers are alert and stop when buses stop to pick up kids. >> traffic is a problem. people are in a rush to get to where they're going. we want to make sure that the children are getting on and off the buses safely, that they're not getting -- that they're not endangered. >> offenders face a fine of up to $250, points on hir licensth licenses and a possible two-month driving suspension. support for breast cancer awareness over the bodine high school of international affairs where students formed a human breast cancer awareness ribbon to honor national mammography awareness and breast cancer awareness month. they've raised $500 for the
susan g. komen breast cancer foundation. well, making a lasting impression. >> one eagles player is giving up something we all count on and he is doing it to help local kids get a better education. we're experiencing fabulous fall weather. when will it come to an end? the 70s are not going to last forever. come on back for your ten-day on 10. new at 6:00. what it's like inside a drug treatment facility. nbc10 talks to the owner to see what it's like for people battling addiction.
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 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.
we continue to follow breaking news that spans from delaware to maryland. investigators looking for this man, radee prince. police say he shot five people at his workplace north of baltimore this morning. three of the victims died. investigators say he then drove to wilmington and shot a man at a used car lot. that man survived. now a look at the vehicle investigators believe prince was driving. they are looking for a black 2008 gmc acadia with delaware license plate number pc64273. be sure to stay with nbc10 on the air and on our free app for updates on this case. right now making history off the field. philadelphia eagles defensive end chris long says he is
donating an entire season of game checks. the goal, improving the education system here in philly and other u.s. cities. nbc sports philadelphia john clark joins us live. this is selfless and generous to say the least. >> it's amazing. chris long makes a base salary of $1 million this year. he is basically going to play for free this entire season. he already donated his first six game checks to his hometown of charlottesville, virginia for scholarships after the violence there. he is donating his final ten game checks for educational equality. he is donating the money to schools in philly, new england and st. louis where he has played. he is a big believer that kids from low-income families should have the same education as those from higher income families. he is trying to help bridge that gap. >> this is something we can all get behind, educational equity, and trying to serve our youth. because at the end of the day that's the future of our
country. whatever you think about america or the current state of affairs, we can always get better and our youth is kind of a key to that. >> he is so right. chris will meet with kids tonight in north philly at a charter school where some of the money will go. we'll bring that to you and hear from him at 11:00. john clark. back to you. >> that's amazing, really putting your money where your mouth is. >> making a difference with his paycheck. >> this is his tenth year in the league and it's hit him. he wants to keep doing more and more, so he is doing it. >> maybe others will follow suit. john clark. thanks so much. >> you got it. more beautiful weather on tap for us. feeling like fall. nbc10. folks strolling down state street, soaking up all the sun. >> our chief meteorologist tammie souza joins us now. i drew up the contract for you. you promised seven days. >> we agreed on six. >> that's right. six. >> bring in the company lawyers. >> let me adjust the wording. >> look at it closely. six dayings.
in the 70s for six days. probably rain around day six. but that's okay. we are not complaining too loudly because when we have this, look how beautiful it is. 6:17 is your sunset this evening. it's gorgeous at cape may. people out walking around. the water temperature pretty much about the same or warmer than the actual air temperature out there. let's check out our high today. 72 in philadelphia. not too shabby. should typically be at 66 this time of year. no rain has fallen. highest wind gusts 15 miles an hour. the sunset is coming up shortly at 6:17. rapid city yesterday. upper 70s. they're now in the low 60s, so the warm air is shifting towards us. we'll hang on to it for as long as we possibly can. this is a gift from mother nature. it's 70 in allentown. 70 mount holly. 70 in dover 68 in wildwood where you saw the people walking around enjoying the beautiful evening. 43 tonight in allentown.
46 in wilmington. 49 in philadelphia. 45 at mount holly. stone harbor bottoming out at 52. light southwest winds and clear skies. it just won't be quite as cold as it has been the last couple of mornings. here is where we will be heading to. look at this nice march upward. we'll really be looking at a spectacular weekend temperature-wise, and we won't have all the nasty clouds like last weekend. we will have some high, thin clouds. we aren't going to have a front passing before the weekend. it will happen right after the weekend. and we don't have anything out there but high pressure on doppler radar, no rain, we have a big dome of high pressure and warm air headed our way. the next front is trying to make its way through wisconsin. that one passes by to our north and dings us for a couple degrees on friday night and into saturday morning. still, it will be very mild. look at our winds. they'll swing to the southwest tomorrow. when you wake up in the morning we will see the mid 40s in philadelphia. again, we'll see low 40s in the outlying areas. this is not the temperature in
mount pocono. that sensor is broken. 70 for the afternoon high. into friday, low 70s. we do even better by the time we get into saturday. the winds will turn briefly to the north on friday but not a long-lived cooldown just behind the weak front. 49 tonight in philadelphia. 41 in lehigh valley. 56 along the jersey shore under clear skies. for tomorrow, our realistic sky model shows blue skies, 73 in philadelphia. 71 in the pennsylvania suburbs. 70 for the lehigh valley. 70 in south jersey and 72 in delaware. your ten-day on 10. jim, i want you to write this down, okay. get your pen and paper out. 73 tomorrow. 73 friday. 75 saturday, 77 sunday. 78 on monday. ahead of the cold front. we are hoping it stays dry for the eagles game. the rain, 71 on tuesday and temperatures fall off. one, two, three, four, five, six. make it six, jim. >> 73, 75, 77, 78.
oh, i won the lottery. >> we all did. >> thanks, tammie. she felt cheated when a sale was not delivered as promised. >> the original price was 529. then it went to 579. then it went to 699. >> this woman called harry hairston and nbc10 responds when the laptop didn't show up in the mail. why she is walking away a happy customer. next at 5:00. all new at 6:00. making it safer on the schuylkill river trail. improvements to ease fears.
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welcome back. lester holt is joining us now from the nbc studios in new york. >> he has a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news." hey, lester. >> we're following the man hunt and police dragnet along the east coast after the shootings in maryland and delaware today. also, what happens to all the cars that were flooded in this season's hurricanes? we have an important consumer warning and news of a silent cancer risk involving men. those stories and more here on "nbc nightly news." back to you in philly. >> see you then at 6:30. right now on nbc10, nbc10 responds. a tragedy causes a family to buy new laptops. >> but when they didn't get what they paid for, they contacted harry hairston and nbc10 responds. harry, the family was already dealing with a house fire and
this just added to their problems. >> that's right. this gave them a headache that they did not need. they say they did get a laptop, but it wasn't the right laptop. this is damage from a june fire at joanne nico's home. no one was hurt and the pets got out unscathed. the laptops were not that lucky. a friend gave her this flier and she liked the price. >> reporter: one computer was a $529 deal and a more expensive one for her daughter. but when they arrived -- >> one laptop was not the correct one. >> reporter: nicolo says she called dell and was told she received the laptop she ordered. >> i told them i received what they placed the order for and i sent them a copy of what -- i still had the sale flier with the laptop in it and sent them a picture with all the
specifications. >> reporter: she tells us she was promised a call back but one never came. she received an e-mail with instructions on how to return the laptop and a credit to use on a new computer. so she called the company at least two more times. now trying to order the laptop she originally wanted and, for the sale price. >> i was on the phone with him for about an hour and a half. i kept being transferred and discounted. >> reporter: she says the price kept changing. >> the original price was 529. then it went to 579 and then 699. >> reporter: that's when she knew she needed help. >> i called harry. i contacted channel 10. and asked them to help me straighten the situation out. >> reporter: we contacted dell and it called nicolo to tell her she could buy the laptop she wanted at the advertised price. they told us in the e-mail, quote, the sales rep made an error and this is an opportunity to further train the sales rep. >> i am happy.
got my laptop. i am good to go. do i get to give harry a hug? >> reporter: sure. >> i get to give harry a hug. thank you! >> reporter: after that she got right on her laptop. this is a reminder to keep documentation. she kept the sales flier and her receipt, which went a long way towards getting this resolved. >> still had to spend all the time on the phone before she got to you. >> reporter: and being cut off. my goodness. again, we take care of another viewer. we go to the recovery counter. it rises to $815,350. >> if you have a consumer complaint for nbc10 responds head to nbc10.com, fill out the form or give us a call. we will respond to you. right now nbc10 news at 6:00 is next. here is jacqueline london. >> we continue to follow breaking news in two states. we are now hearing from witnesses inside a building in maryland where a shooter opened
fire. we're also learning the gunman knew the victim he allegedly shot inside a car dealership in delaware. the racist photo creating controversy in one school district. roller coaster temperatures are on their way. but it is also an opportunity to get all of your halloween decorations out. we'll talk about that coming up with the full forecast.
right now at 6:00, the man hunt for a killer. police say he targeted people he knew. a shooting at a delaware auto dealer shop is linked to a deadly workplace murder in maryland. tonight nbc10 is digging into the suspect's past and we're learning more about the victims. good evening. i am jacqueline london. >> i am jim rosenfield. here is what we know. two crime scenes in two states just an hour and a half apart. the shooting began at 9:00 in the morning at an office in maryland. and then at about 10:30 a man was shot and wounded in wilmington. police say radee prince is responsible for the violence. tonight we get a look at the faces of the victims. a total of six people were shot. three survived and three were killed. nbc10 has a team of reporters spread out covering the story for you. >> lauren mayk is live in wilmington. we begin with nbc10's aaron
baskerville in edgewood, maryland. aaron, about two hours ago you spoke to employees who saw the shooting. >> reporter: i had the chance to talk to four different employees who were inside the building when the gunman opened fire. right now we are outside of the richland ballroom in edgewood, maryland, where families came, kind of a staging area for families who had workers inside the building. these workers, they are absolutely devastated and they tell me they are certainly lucky to get away with their lives. you almost got shot. >> almost. almost. >> reporter: a worker inside advanced granite solutions in edgewood describing the moment the gunman fired shots, killing three of his friends and injuring two others. four different workers, feet away from the shooter, telling nbc10 all they could do was run. they shared a photo of oscar hidalgo who was shot and killed this