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i come back. >> this case and information just getting started. thank you. the nbc 10 investigators found out he had a wrap sheet with dozens of arrests. police arrested prince 42 times dating back to 2003. he served time for burglary and gun charges. they tell us he never should have been allowed to go free. >> we have to find a way to keep them behind bars. >> the last person prince shot yesterday was able to identify him to officers. police say that victim is in stable condition. you can count on nbc 10 to bring you the latest updates on this breaking story. we were first to update this p capture on the nbc 10 app.
you can get it sent straight to your phone. the victim ran to a house where he collapsed and died. somebody shot the victim in the chest. investigators don't know where it happened in the neighborhood. officers are hoping to generate leads in the case. a woman is hurt and a firefighter is recovering following a blaze. the firefighter went to the hospital with a knee injury. he is expected to be okay. we are working to find out more about the woman's condition. for a few showers emergency crews -- we don't know how this fire started. a woman is still ton loose this morning. the woman stole the car from the convenience store.
this is from a wawa yesterday morning. the victim says she went inside leaving her son in the backseat and keys in the ignition and that's when the suspect hopped in. the victim's son managed to get out before the car drove off. tag number 245559 delaware tags. asking for your help to get an armed and dangerous man off the street. they are looking for the man they say pulled off an armed robbery. according to investigators he gave a threatening note and lifted his shirt to show a gun? his waistband. >> it is last call for cities that want to join the bidding war. final bids are due today. amazon opened the bidding process last month pledging to
build the facility and to hire 50,000 people. it has gotten the attention of more than a hundred cities and counties. videos showcasing what the city of brotherly love has to offer. the lehigh value lirley are als trying for the headquarters and so is harrisburg and pittsburgh. a bit of a chill in the air this morning. it would be a great day for a walk on the beach. this is a live look glenn "hurricane" schwartz has the details on this picture perfect weather out there. >> not only is it nice and sunny at the beach the ocean temperature is about 64 degrees. we have sunshine in the philadelphia area.
a little bit of a south wets wind trying to warm us up. nothing but sunshine in wilmington, delaware. not a cloud of significance in the sky until you go back to the rockies. high thin clouds elsewhere. it is up to 56 in northeast philly and in 60 in pots town and lancaster. it has taken a little while for temperatures to go up. the average high is 66. we'll be above that in philadelphia. nothing but sunshine during the day. even at the jersey shore temperatures getting up close to 70 degrees. we'll see if it will last through the weekend coming up in a few minutes. >> we'll see you shortly. thank you. a judge's decision to deny
the former penn state football coach. he is serving a 30 to 60 year sentence for abusing ten boys. he appeared before a judge and argued he did not receive adequate representation at his trial. they should have disclosed more details about the changes to the victim's stories. 11:08 right now. that morning rush hopefully winding down. >> watching 95 right now. it is looking better now than it was a few minutes ago. there is a crash approaching route 320. a second ago it was stop and go. it looks like we are starting to funnel through a little better. 95 northbound there. it has seen better moments. we are watching construction and just after that point there is also a crash on the westbound
side. 41 minutes from the expressway trying to get -- average speeds there. we are way into the red right here. watch for a crash right around hannah avenue. try to go get to philadelphia there. no problem. back to you. >> looking good. thanks, jess. it is a new era. the sikxers dropped their seaso opener on the road last night. they did put up a good fight. they made their sixers debut. simmons scored 18 points in the loss. robert had a team high including seven 3-pointers. they lost.
it was close. the big man played nearly 27 minutes. >> just go out there and play. >> the sixers home opener is tomorrow against the celtics. family, fans and officials will honor late fliers owner ed snyder. they will unveil a statue of snyder outside the wells fargo center. it comes on the 50th anniversary of the fliers home game. lingering questions. president trump faces criticism about the ambush that killed four american soldiers and his treatment of gold star families. controversy over r of the united states of florida as a
self-described white nagtsallist will be speak on campus. peck tack lar weather continues. i'll let you know when the cold and rain will return. that's next. paulsboro's a very proud community. 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. kyle, we talked about this. there's no monsters. but you said they'd be watching us all the time. no, no. no, honey, we meant that progressive would be protecting us 24/7. we just bundled home and auto and saved money. that's nothing to be afraid of. -but -- -good night, kyle. [ switch clicks, door closes ] ♪ i told you i was just checking the wiring in here, kyle.
he's never like this. i think something's going on at school. -[ sighs ] -he's not engaging. i think something's going on at school. 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. the snalt schedules to vote an a budget plan. it contained reconciliation which can allow republicans to avoid a filibuster and pass tax cuts without any democratic
votes. the budget plan would allow tax legislation to add up to 1.5 trillion over the next decade. the house passed its version of the bill last week, something we'll be watching. controversy continues to swirl around an ambush that killed four american soldiers. as the pentagon investigates president trump is facing new questions about that mission and his treatment of gold star families. >> reporter: one of the president's high profile critics with lingering questions. >> i know that matis and others will be looking into the detail of this and how the -- it is questions about what was going on. >> one of the soldiers killed,
johnson. the president deanying he was insensitive in condolence call. >> it is with the woman, with the wife that sounded like a love lovely woman. >> that congresswoman standing by her account slamming the president for telling mrs. johnson her husband knew what he was getting into. the woman who raised johnson said she felt disrespected. >> general kelly thought it was completely aprop yachlt he thought it was respectful and thought the president did if best job he could under those circumstances to offer condolences. >> the white house missed the context of it. administration official said the president sent a personal check
of $25,000 to the father of a different fallen soldier, a highly unusual move after chris baldrich said he had been having plun trouble. baldrich tells nbc that check has not yet arrived. president trump has recently made four trips to places hit by hurricanes but no plans to visit parts of california that have been devastated by the wild fires. the fires killed more than 40 people and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses. the dow fell shortly after trading began. this is a live look at the big board. this is down about 51 points but still well over 23,000. the dow rose above 23,000 for the first time ever. the indeks got a big boost.
today marks the anniversary of one of the biggest plungesed. it crashed on october 19th, 1987. it became known as black monday. the dow fell more than 22% which is still the biggest single-day drop in history. >> the beautiful weather continues and we do have folks at the beach now, 62 degrees in philadelphia. sunshine across the area. getting up to 64 at the jersey shore. it is 65 which is kind of mild. it is helping temperatures to stay up. cape my point 64.
summers point 66 in the 30s in the inland areas but now they are climbing up into the 70s. average high is 66 we are going above that today and tomorrow. it keeps going up heading into monday. that's about where it stops. we don't have anything but cloud cover not only around here but any where else. this is going out to the rockies. this shows radar and satellite. there is not much moisture in the eastern two-thirds of the country. reading 71 degrees. all of these plays with above
average temperatures. even at the shore near 70 degrees. can this continue? the answer is yes. friday, sunshine. saturday sunshine. sunday sunshine. this is about 0 chance of rain all the way through sunday. it makes it a real good period to wash your car. even at the shore temperatures near 70 and a really nice weekend. we take a look at low temperatures you can see in the 50s in philadelphia and 40s in some of the suburbs. it warms up quickly during the day and that is what we are expecting. we are also expecting showers and thunderstorms. it is going to get wet, maybe
very wet tuesday into wednesday. right now we are keeping the rain out of monday which would be nice for the eagles game. some fairly csignificant rain coming in tuesday and wednesday before it gets cooler and drier. are you looking to buy? why a local area has been named one of the best spots for young home buyers. that's coming up.
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no eagles game to compete with. >> hayrides, correct? >> yes. there will be our mobile medical collection van in case anyone wants to bring unused medicine. >> it is an opportunity to get the entire community together and focused on children but adults this year coming with your loved one. >> the trees are tremendous. it is a great park to have. we just got over our concert series for the summer and we'll jump into the christmas festival of lights. >> and we love the communievent
put on in the community. >> we look forward to seeing everyone sunday. >> i have to ask you about amazon. the deadline is here. delaware county just announced just before the deadline you'll throw your hat in the ring to bring to the region. you're telling me part of the strategy to sort of submit a little later than other parts of our region. >> the minute that came out we jumped on it and talked to pat we are an ideal location for amazon headquarters. right there, you're ten minutes from the airport. you have i-95 right there. you a beautiful waterway. it is an ideal location. there is also an opportunity there. we think it would be ideal and a great opportunity for amazon.
so we are looking forward to speaking with amazon. >> you have a little competition. >> yes. >> and no offense to anyone else but delaware county does not have any opposition. we are the number one front runner. >> we'll see how it shakes out. it is expected some time in 2018. >> great. >> thank you so much for coming in. >> thank you. >> we do have details about the sunday fall festival. it is this sunday, october 22nd from noon until 3:00 in the afternoon. you can also check out the nbc 10 app. coming up, the man wanted for shooting in two states is behind bars and we are learning new details about the charges against the suspect who stopped
we are learning new details about what spark add massive multi-state manhunt. we are live this morning in new castle county in delaware. he was arraigned via video monitor on several charges including attempted murder, possession of a firearm. there was another charge because of a previous felony as well as
a fourth charge for carrying a concealed deadly weapon. bail was set at $2.1 million cash. he shot five coworkers killing three at a kitchen counter top company in maryland before driving here to wilmington. once here he went into a car dealership where he allegedly shot jason ball several times. a friend of ball's says she can't figure out why he was targeted. she has been keeping in close contact with ball's mom. here is an update to what happened. >> my understanding, he is stable. that is good. that's really good. i'm just hoping he comes home. that's the bad thing about it. >> reporter: minutes's
preliminary hearing has been set. we are working to find out when he will bearraigned. i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. today president trump and puerto rico's governor will meet at the white house to discuss the recovery effort on the island. much of the u.s. territory remains without electricity one month after hurricane maria hit. many people are without clean drinking water. governor met on capitol hill with u.s. senator marcorubio from florida. senator rubio appears to agree saying that the island needs to get its hands on relief funds quickly. >> it's not that it's not an urgency it's that it doesn't meet the demand of the storm. they have to k a sesz fends
quickly and put them onto the street. >> he also said if puerto rico doesn't get financial help soon the island's government could shut down. for continuing coverage of the effort for ways to get involved tap the nbc 10 app or go to nbc10.com what a gorgeous fall day outside. plenty of sunshine to warm us up. this is a live look at center city philadelphia from city hall. glenn "hurricane" schwartz has the details on this seasonal weather, glenn. >> yeah. another spectacular looking day out there. here is wilmington without a cloud in the sky and when you head up to easton and lehigh valley, that is a beautiful fall day. there is hardly any kind of cloud cover across our area and
really not much back to the west se either. it will take a while for anything to come in from the west. that may not be until early nekts wenext week. it is still kind of cool in allentown. through the afternoon nothing but sunshine. temperatures getting into the 70s in philadelphia, close to 70 for high temperatures in the lehigh valley. it starts to cool down pretty nicely as well with clear skies and light winds. it does cool down. it will be back in the 40s in many of the suburbs tomorrow morning. we do have rain in the ten day forecast. we'll let you know when and also when the colder air is going to be returning in a few minutes. >> thanks, glenn. florida's governor has declared a state of emergency in one county because of a speech scheduled for today in
gainesville. a white nationalist leader is set to speak at the university of florida. >> reporter: growing anxiety here in gainesville in anticipation of the arrival of richard spencer. if that name rings a bell it is because he organize nieds the gathering in charlottesville that evolved into violence and lead to the death of one counter protester. the state of florida has declared a state of emergency. that has laid into place more than 500 police officers that are here on campus. there are areas set aside. he said he hopes this is a peaceful gathering, a speech he hopes that results in nothing more. they want them to know they will make a point of making sure what he has to say is drowned out bay
more peaceful message. we'll see how it all unfolds later today. nbc 10 news. former president bill clinton is across the bond visiting with teresa may. he spoke briefly to reports. mr. clinton said he and the prime minister had a talk. he played a key role in the 1998 agreement. former president barack obama will be in nj ew jersey today. president obama will be speaking at a rally to help kick off a door to door campaign push. he served in the administration. he is one of several big named democrats who are publicly supporting murphy.
last night he clashed one last time before the debate. it took place at patterson university. murphy continued his assertion that elected would continue the christie administration. >> if murphy becomes the governor the only person that will be able to afford to afford will be fill murphy. >> we twheerd very clear visions. one is more of the same, in essence, another chris christie term. >> bob menendez came up in that debate. tonight in philadelphia the candidates will debate. the race began between democrat
and it is considered one of the most high profile in the state. he has made his career as a civil rights and defense attorney. republican grossman has ban prosecutor for 21 years. both are vying to replace seth williams. he went from top cute to to prison inmate after pleading guilty to a bribery charge. williams will learn his faith at a sentencing hearing next week. take a look at this new video from the jersey shore. it shows a buck stuck on the beach. he spent the day sitting near the surf taking in a few raies. this is near the border of seaside heights. they tell us animal control did respond but when the officers tried to approach the deer you can see he just ran off into the surf so they decided to just let
it be. two phillies legends reunited last night to talk about a game involving another phillies legend. he is part of the studio crew. last night he was joined by his friend and former teammate ryan howard, another former philly is also part of the crew. they talked about why he was such a special teammate. >> just his presence around the clubhouse, how he go about his preparation has definitely rubbed off on a lot of guys. >> he was never not prepared. that's what you're seeing every day. >> among those watching jimmy and ryan's former manager. he said i love you guys. you help make us all winners. looking good. 11:39 right now.
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.
protecting your passengers. they add add new kind of crash test to make sure those sitting next to drivers and it shows us how different cars fair. >> turns out all passenger side air bag systems are not created equal especially when it comes to protecting the passenger versus the driver. after suspecting as much the insurance institute for highway safety has added a new small overlap front crash test. >> an impact with post, poll different things off the side of the road. >> and the results on 2017/18 automobiles like the ford fusion, honda accord and nissan altima are pretty good.
>> we have one acceptable and two with marginal ratings. >> miller says those two with marginal ratings, the volkswagen are because of insufficient air bag protection. >> they didn't do a good job protecting the duheads. >> the iihs says passing this new passenger side crash test will be mandatory for any car maker hoping to get a top safety pick plus rating this year. nbc 10 news. in other news this morning one of the hottest zip codes is in chester county. realtor.com says the zip code is among the top 50 markets in the country. it was the only area in
pennsylvania to make the list. the list is based on affordabili affordability, the job market and high salaries. young buyers seem to be snatching up homes as soon as they become available. >> homes there are moving really quickly. they are selling in 40 days only, that's much higher than we see in the county and metro area and in the u.s. >> realtor.com says based on their numbers they are being viewed online more than twice the number of times than any other place in the philadelphia area. this weekend children can get free eye exams and free glasses. there are no appointments. it is first come first serve. registration begins at 8:30 saturday morning at thomas jefferson, so right around the
corner. the event runs until 1:00 in the afternoon. close to 1,200 children are expected to be looked at in the four-hour window. don't forget nbc 10 is the official station. the birds are preparing for a monday night match-up against the redskins. we'll have live team coverage. a very expensive breakfast item will once again be up for sale in the big apple. the weston hotel is bringing back the $1,000 bagel for a limited time. it features white truffle cream cheese and golden leaf flakes. sounds a little indulgent, over the top. i don't disagree. 100% go to help feed the homeless at a new york city soup kitchen. the philadelphia association is honoring ten extraordinary
stand outs this saturday night. joining us this morning is secretary for philadelphia association of black journalists. she is joined by the associated press. thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having us. >> i have to mention your keynote speaker is kristen, who is an nbc 10 alumni and correspondent for nbc 10 news. >> yes. we are honor today have her and really recognize these honorees this year. it is an opportunity. it is always the focus to make sure we are supporting rising professionals. while we are celebrating these amazing honor rees. >> you knew it. we are getting there. >> yes. of course.
>> it is also an opportunity to really recognize rising professionals. >> and you will be honored on saturday night as the 2017 journalist of the year. tell us why it is so important especially now. >> yeah, absolutely. i have to say that it is tremendously gratifying and humbling to get this award. having come to the market two years ago. so to get this award from my peers it's like you like me. you really like me. >> exactly. >> so that really -- i appreciate that tremendously. really it is a kind of full circle moment. it is somebody who is going there and growing up through, you know, organizations. now being recognized at this award and having the chance to really kind of encourage young
people and others that will be in the room on saturday, it really is exciting and that this is real and i'm excited to celebrate with my fellow honor rees. >> you can certainly jump in here too. it is important to have mentors in this industry and that's what this gala is all about. >> yeah. it is important to see people like you doing amazing work with. to be in a room with veteran journalists, people we watched to really be recognized by your peers is kind of a priceless moment. it does validate and say that the work that you have been doing matters and that we see you and we appreciate you. >> i would be remissed if i didn't mention that nbc 10 is also one of your fellow who will be honored at the event this weekend. >> we are excited.
>> it means a lot to be added to a roster of -- along with people who have came before us. a lot of those people have said that we admired and reck koog noised along beside them. that is the best part of this. >> and continue to be important work. >> thank you for being with us. >> thank you. we have more information about the event happening this weekend. annual award and scholarship gala is this saturday on your 6th street and philadelphia near franklin square. it begins at 6:00. if you're interested they would love to have you. you can get your tickets on nbc10.com or on the nbc 10 app. and i tell you, we'll have beautiful and comfortable weather saturday night and for the rest of the weekend -- well, it all right started a day or two achlgt it is getting warmer
each day. we are above 60 and we have lots of sunshine and lots of time for temperature to continue to go up. it is 63 in harmony hill. it is 64 in middletown. farther to the south it is milton. it was down near 40 this morning there. it is 66 in georgetown and actually cooled off a little bit at the delaware beaches. it is 68 degreeses here. now, the temperatures, they are just going to keep going up. the average high this time of the year is 66 going into the 70s the next couple of days and then higher into the 70s. it's possible that some part of the area could get up to the 80 degree mark sunday or monday. in the meantime we have got very dry air all over the east and all over the midwest and all over the plain states. if you're going to get a map
this dry it is generally at this time of the year. we don't always get to see that. we are seeing sunshine everywhere. chestnut hill 70. these are for the highs tomorrow. 71 wild wood and 73 degrees in dover. and the weekend gets a little bit warmer. the temperatures climbing up through the 70s and we'll expect any kind of significant cloud cover. the chance of rain is pretty close to zero. today, tomorrow, saturday and sunday you don't get to see that a lot either. near 70 degrees at the jersey shore. the forecast rain totals, we'll show you this. from this afternoon all the way through friday, saturday, sunday, monday 11:30 monday night. still nothing. any where in the area.
tuesday and into wednesday then we are talking some rain and maybe some significant rain at that. as we go through the rest of the weekend once again climbing through the 70s by tuesday and into wednesday significant rain and thunderstorms. we may be able to get by the eagles game before the wet weather comes in. monday will be an unseasonably warm day. after that rain comes in we'll get much cooler and drier. we'll be right back.
a giant pumpkin is smashing records in idaho. a farmer says the pumpkin he grew is the largest ever in the state. it weighs 1,400 pounds. that's as heavy as a cow. it is 180 pounds heavier than the former record holder. it will be dropped at an annual pumpkin smash event. >> coming up this afternoon will be stopping by the ellen show then nbc 10 news at 4:00. it is being rip aid part far major facelift. it's the last piece of a five-part project. how much is this costing? we'll have those details at 4:00.
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.
>> claire: so do you like it? >> theo: yeah, i love it. i'm glad you're letting me listen to your music, and i missed that. >> claire: what else do you miss? >> theo: sleeping in the same bed with you. >> claire: oh, you did more than sleep last night. >> theo: i know. i missed that too. >> claire: oh. well, you don't have to miss anything anymore 'cause we're back together again. from now on, everything is gonna be perfect. >> kayla: listen, val. if anybody understands when a doc is called to emergency, it's me. right. okay, we'll talk soon. bye-bye. >> tripp: can i get you i get you something to drink?