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but the truth is, he's not on our side. the president takss on the opioid problem. a chilling air. temperatures take a dip more like fall and they will rebound in the neighborhood forecast. anchts driver crashes into a tavern sending food and patrons flying. it is all kacaught on camera. right now at 11:00 a national crisis declaration from the president that has nothing do with a hurricane or wild fire. president trump will officially declare the opioid epidemic a public health.
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good morning. i'm rosemary. it gives us the things you can't do right now. drug otherdoses killed nearly 64,000 people. it is up 22% from 2015. 1,900 reported in new jersey in 2016 and other sources estimate died in the state of delaware since last year. we are live where the heroin task force is teaming up to educate people about this crisis, randy. >> reporter: good morning. the president will make his anoubsment at -- announcement at
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2:00 today. >> the opioid crisis is an emergency. >> reporter: it will make clear once and for all it is a national public health mench emergency. those on the ground hope it will mean more federal money flowing into treatment and recovery. >> it is a limit amount of time. we are hoping something like this could extend their time in treatment. we are a program that teaches life skills. >> law enforcement react to the news. >> district attorney says it could mean more federal funding for life saving doses of narcan but he says more needs to be done including going after pharmaceutical companies. it was the first to sue.
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>> how to pharmaceutical companies to our doctors and hospitals telling them these are not addictive. that was completely wrong. >> reporter: and that lawsuit is seeking damages from manufacturers of opioid medications if the county wins they could take the money and put it back into treatment and care. nbc 10 news. >> we'll be watching this very closely. thanks. >> we have been doing in depth reporting on local families. you can watch our award winning series generation addicted right now on the nbc 10 app. over a house fire earlier this morning. firefighters responded on the roof spraying water into the house. it was when the blaze broke out. rescuers took her to the
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hospital. she is in serious condition. still at the site of a restaurant destroyed by flames. crews were dousing hot spots where it stood for four decades. equipment on the scene to help with clean up. three firefighters suffered injuries. it spread to a pet store killing two dogs. they don't know how to blaze began. dozens of employees are looking for a new place to work. a deadly overnight fire being called suspicious. it claimed the lives of two boys. the fire also critically injured an eight-year-old who was flown to childrens hospital. they are working to determine thousand fire started. the defense attorney says
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investigators are looking for a person of interest. quite an unexpected discovery. officers quickly learned the driver was trying to rush a gunshot victim to the hospital. they called paramedics to take the victim the rest of the way. the shooting happened in camden. they have been questionings two people about the incident. no word on any arrests. let's head to philadelphia after a driver is suffering injuries after another driver struck his suv. the other driver admitted to officers he ran a red light. you can see investigators took that driver into custody. definitely feeling like fall outside. it is a cool day as we take a live look from our camera. anybody heading out to lunch and
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had that jacket on with them. steve that has details ability this cool down. >> sweater weather is what we have out there for you right now. it is bright and brisk. the wind keeps ongoing out here. it will be the story of the day is the breeze and cool weather. we will see clouds coming in. you want to opt for the fall sweater or jacket here. the breeze out of the north and west. it is 18 miles per hour here. it won't be until later tonight until the breeze relaxes. skies clear out and it will be the ingredient for fras across the area. it is 50 in allentown and 44 here with that wind.
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we will go dlu the stats and more coming up in just a bit. >> all right. thanks for that, steve. now let's take a live look at breaking news. the house just passed a 4 trillion budget. this is a live look from washington. the senate approved the plan last week. it paves the way to pursue a tax cut package without democratic support. we'll follow this throughout the day. now to pennsylvania' budget, a step forward to pa's budget. it will allow casino gambling at struck stops and other locations in the commonwealth. they hope it will generate
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millions. quickly on the senate approval but it could lead to a gambling explosion. the owner is already considering suing. also lawmakers approved $600 million for pittsburgh and penn state universities for in state opportunistudents. neighbors, friends and families remembering two teenagers taken by gun violence. hundreds turned out. with candles and flowers nay paid tribute to two 16-year-olds who were shot and killed. he was a former member of the hockey team there. >> he was a good kid. he didn't deserve this at all. he would do anything for you. he would love this. he would love this. >> police believe an argument
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between two groups sparked the shooting. investigators are hope to go identify as many as six people possibly involved. take a look at this incident. pizza delivery driver attacked. you can see one suspect pull out kññr6r- knocking him to the ground. someone else hops into the car and takes off. police just released a video yesterday. the victim was in a coma for three days. they believe the attackers are as young as 14 years old. let's get a quick look at traffic with jessica boyington. she is keeping an eye on construction out there. >> yes. emergency construction on route 30s eastbound ramp to route 130. they losing the left lane there. not too bad. not many delays but something to
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watch out for it might cause problems for the noon hour. this is headed southbound towards the washington township area. northbound here no problems there. same goes towards center city. everything is a little slow. for the most part it's moving along. watch for this around harvey road. back to you. >> thanks. a quick heads up. the station will close on monday. construction crews will connect an overpass to a new pedestrian bridge. between this monday and december 10th trains will not stop. riders should get on and off at the near by stadium station which is less than half a mile away. today one of philadelphia's finest will retire. chance is retiring after six and a half years on the job as an
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arson and explosive dell tecting cani canine. he once found a fire bomb before anybody got hurt. he will enjoy his golden years living with his human partner. wish him the best. 11:11 right now. new security for travelers flying into the u.s. it could make getting in and out of the airport slower for everybody. amazon is taking home delivery to a new level. and from frosty to mild. you see all of the frost add rise ris behind me. i'll walk lu you through thyou the big storms that are coming up for the weekend.
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steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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breaking news out of texas this morning. this is in the city of richmond, texas ch texas. a tractor trailer driver crashed into a restaurant. you can't see the big rig because it went completely inside of this sushi restaurant. it was carrying gases of some kind. hazmat crews are trying to assess that situation. businesses were forced to evacuate. a new effort to protect all americans from stress overseas. new security screening procedures are in place today.
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anybody flying back in will need to get to the airport even earlier. dave shows us what to expect. >> new security measures are in effect from a foreign airport effecting 180 airlines, 2,100 daily flights and 325,000 passengers. the changes include closer inspectio inspections, more security in passenger areas and more thorough interviews with trav travelers as they check in. >> if we have to spend a little bit more i'm okay with that. >> the security upgrades first announced this summer after intelligence suggested isis was able to smuggle hidden explosives. they mandated passengers flying from ten middle east airports until security at those airports improved. it did. the tsa also imposed rules
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requires travelers to all electronic such as tablets and e-readers for screenings. zb >> i feel very very thankful. >> the changes apply to u.s. bound flights and tsa does say that the vast majority of airports and airlines have already implemented security measures. they are asking passengers to arrive an extra 30 to 60 minutes than they usually would. nbc news, atlanta. today mysterious questions about the assassination of john f. kennedy could finally be answered. they will release the final batch of secret files about the assassination. it has helped to fuel conspiracy theories that others were involved in jfk's murder. they are planning to post the files on the web site. new this morning corey
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booker and lindsay gram testifying for menendez. he is akuds of helping an eye doctor. he pleaded not guilty. and a good thursday to you. i'm steve here with your forecast. in a month that is running almost 8 degrees above average this is a big set back here with the cool weather and much more of what you could expect during the month of october. we have that cool afternoon. there will be a few straight sprinkles. if you're north of the city you'll you wouldn't want more than could wet the ground. >> we we are looking at frost. i'll show you that map in jaugs
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second. temperatures jump all post where they were in the morning to where they were this afternoon it is 53 4 degrees. we'll continue at 2:00. there could be a sprinkle or shower in a few spots. by 5:00 i think many of those sprinkles are moving on out of here. we are left over with the cool breeze. tracking the clouds and sprinkles for you we have a good deal of clouds but peeks of sunshine in between. the shower is north of trenton. once we get rid of these clouds we are looking at temperatures free falling and how low can they go? that's the game we'll play
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tonight. near lehigh and north hampton counties, you can see this area. no frost advisorieadvisories. this is coming later and average. on average our frost is 7.5 days later. it is also due to climate change across the area. it is 50 up and bringing you into your neighborhoods. a 51 up through bucks county. with that breeze though mid-to upper 50s. this chilly pool of air that comes across the area tonight along with gusty wind here tonight. fall jackets, definitely
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something you want to have. as we track these temperatures hour by hour check this out, 41 in philadelphia. many of our northern and western suburbs but look at that, low to mid-60s. now we have to talk about part 2 which is a bigger storm for the second half of the weekend. ville that coming up in the next half hour. >> thank you. the sixers score big points with a local family, thousand team honored a young boy who got caught in cross fire and survived being shot in the arm.
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he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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this weekend best buddies delaware supports inclusion and. joining me now to tell us about the 2017 friendship walk is best buddies delaware and michael who is in the best buddies program
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and works for the organization. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> it is focused on best buddies delaware. >> it is an international organization. our goal is to see more inclusive schools, more inclusive communities an more inclusive workplaces. we do it by creating one to one friendship and their typical peers and of course everybody says friendship, that's great, who wouldn't want friends? i'll take two kind of thing. it is also important because having friends builds your self-confidence. it allows you to learn important skills, socialization, netwo networking and it gives you a support system when you need friends. unfortunately individuals with disabilities are still isolated and still bullied still under employed. we hope our upcoming friendship
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walk will shine light and generate awareness and funds about abilities with disabilities. >> and we'll get to specific details in just a moment. you are a participant and you work for the organization. >> yes. >> tell us about your positive experience. >> i have been there for seven years. i love working with them. >> you helped to organize that walk that's coming up this weekend? >> yeah. i am doing something with it too like asking or letting people know to make more donations to make for the friendship walk coming up this saturday. >> funds are important. that's one of the most important things, right? >> yeah. it is real important. >> tell us about your experience in the program and how it's changed your day-to-day life. >> wow, that's a good question. i love to be part of the organization and learning new skills in the office. >> and you're matched with
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brine. -- brian. >> yes. i have been matched with brian and we spend time together like watching march madness on tv while we eat pizza together. >> who wouldn't want to do that? he is your friend. >> yes. he is my friend. he is my buddy. >> the importance is to promote friendship and relationships. >> yes. >> and the event saturday? >> tell us about the event saturday. >> wow, okay. this saturday it is at bellevuu state park. if you cannot make it you can go online or register to be involved with the best buddies friendship walk and also give money. >> michael has a team called pretty good. he is trying to get to a thousand. >> yes. >> so if people want to do nate
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to your team -- >> yes. absolutely. >> and we have over 300 walkers. we want to thank our sponsors. we have a committee that has been working on it for several months. show up and we will welcome you. if you're not sure whether you want to register or donate come and see our mission in action. there is face painting, pumpkin decorating. as you said, it is a celebration of inclusion. >> it is. >> all right. thank you so much for coming in. appreciate all of the work that you're doing. >> how about making her an honorary member? >> the friendship walk everyone. >> thank you for coming in. good luck with the walk this weekend. >> thank you very much. today call it an interventi intervention, president trump takes on the opioid epidemic,
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why it could mean more resources in the fight gebs this national crisis. >> a new jersey state trooper was off duty at this fast food restaurant. it didn't stop him from saving a customer's life.
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a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
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this afternoon president trump will declare this a nationwide emergency. community leaders are holding an educational seminar, certainly timely with this announcement from the president. >> reporter: yeah. we were just at this heroin addiction conference. it is good news for so many across new jersey and delaware. president trump, we are expecting to make this
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announcement at about 2:00 today. he will say that the crisis has gotten so bad it's now a public health emergency for every citizen in this country. >> the opioid crisis is an emergency. >> reporter: what exactly this announcement will mean is still a bit unclear. it could open up more federal funds to fight the crisis possibly funding more narcan and health experts hope it means more federal money flowing into treatment and recovery helping addicts getting them back to work and back on their feet. >> individuals going to treatment. it's a limited amount of time. we are hoping something like this could extend their time in treatment. we are a 9 to 12 month program that teaches life skills. individuals have to get back into society. >> reporter: in new jersey governor chris christie says
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this is a great move and says he'll have a full report on the president's desk by november 1st. we could see what the next steps are in this federal program. we are live, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that. the nbc 10 digital team has been digging into the impact on our region for the past two years now. you can watch our award winning series on the nbc 10 app. you can certainly feel the chill in the air this morning, a big chill. a far cry from the summer-like weather earlier this month. here is a live look from our camera in cape may. nbc 10 is tracking the cool temperatures in the neighborhood forecast. >> yes. i must have esp with our producers. he had the live shot pulled up. i do as well. the summer days are over. it would be a packed beach in
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july. gusty winds out of the west at 20 miles per hour. you're seeing a nice curl to the waves. a small craft advisory in effect. it is not the day to take the boat out and go fishing. we have the gusty wind that's funneling in all of that crisp cool weather. it will last through tomorrow morning. keep that jacket and sweater handy as you will feel that cold steering wheel as you get into the car tomorrow morning to head to work. it is 53 in potstown. it feels like the 30s. many places here this afternoon will stay in the 50s. we are going to struggle. we will try to reach 50 degrees here this afternoon. it will never feel it with that breeze. so after we lose the breeze tonight and the sky clears out we have this really crisp. this is on schedule here for
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areas of south jersey. it is in areas tonight you'll see frost and then north and west of let's say i-476 you'll see that frost as well in chester and bucks county. give yourself a little extra time to scrape off the windshield. why in the world do i have a system highlighted off the coast here? it will play a major factor this weekend. i'll show you the forecast on that coming up. >> thanks. nbc 10 news and msnbc has cut ties with mark halperin. according to the women he propositioned them, groped them and tried to force himself on them. most recently he was an analyst for nbc 10 news and msnbc. msnbc says it finds the
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allegations very troubling and he is leaving his role as a contributor until his allegations are fully understood. halperin is apologizing for what he called inappropriate behavior and taking a step back to deal with the situation. they share the same parent company as word wornbc 10. a camera captured the entire incident. take a look. a driver jumps out of a van. he takes off running. police say he broke into a man's home and attacked him with a hammer. the man chased him and crashed into him. they found the man brawling in the street. police are hoping it will lead them to the third man who jumped out of his car and kicked at least one of the men on the ground and sped off. investigators have not said what triggered the initial attack.
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let's head now to north jersey where a woman in her 90s is recovering after a car crashed into her house and burst into flames. they say it was a case of road rage. a dlooriver was chasing down another driver. the woman suffered minor leg injuries. the driver took off and hasn't been caught. a driver crashed through a wall here. it left ten people hurt and two seriously injured. the tavern owner says she concerned his employees are now out of work but realizes it could have been much worse. >> several of them are hurt. >> police are still try to go figure out what caused the driver to crash into the
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building. now to more new video out of florida. police are saying a man showed a total disregard for public safety when he lead them on a stolen pickup truck. the pursuit ended when the suspect -- it shows how sheriffs deputies pulled the man out of the wreck and then took him into custody. a man joes his life to a new jersey state trooper. the man started choking. the off duty officer gave the man the heimlich. within seconds he could breathe again. the man's young son kept on eating the whole time probably unaware of what was going on. the protests have split opinions. the college survey wund funded by real sports.
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51% are guest rules that would force players to stand during the national anthem and 47% would sport suupport such rules. last year 52% thought teams should require players to stand. ann amazon is rolling off a service -- the goal is to cut down on porch thefts. the service is called amazon key. they will need a smart lock and cloud cam. they will will be notified. he or she will use a one time code to unlock the door and the entire drop-off is recorded so homeowners can watch from start to finish. a little boy was the star of the sixers game last night.
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he hung out with players and receive add custom jersey with his name on it. it is a major turn around since we met him. >> tell me how you feel right now. >> good. >> he remains in good spirits. he still favors his left arm but he continues to receive physical therapy and is expected to recover completely. headed to texas after the dodgers battled into one of the wildest post season games ever. get ready. all right. after the astros tied it they took the lead in the tenth with back to back home runs. the dodgers however were not done. they tied the gamt in the bottom of the tenth. the top of the 11th houston took the lead again on the two run
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homer. l.a. come back in the bottom of the 11th fell short and they techb series at one game a piece. legendary former announcer surprised the crowd. everybody thought he would throw the first pitch but instead he brought out fernando valenzwala from the 1950s team. the bright lights of hollywood will be shining on a vacant hospital. film k is expected to begin monday and last a few weeks. it is a follow up to unbreakable and split. both actors are expected to be
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in allentown. a young student from our area is now a finalist for a major film making prize. this is a clip from the film. he is a senior at penn state. he made a film about the experience. he was chosen by an international jury to be at the 2017 study abroad film festival. the winner will be chosen by the public who can vote on facebook. if you're looking far link go to or go to word wore nb. the results will be announced on november 1st. 5,000 gravestones, 400 years of history and one creepy mystery. we are taking you to one of the oldest churches in the country that happens to be in our
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region. strange things seem to go bump in the night. we are expecting a stormy sunday. big temperature ups and downs. rain, winds and even storms. i'll walk you through that coming up. joseph, i'm steve. how are you?
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nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah.
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he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. . we are helping to get you into the spooky spirit. pamela osborne takes us to a
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church where strange things are happening. >> reporter: it is one of the oeltdest churches in the country. its burial grounds hold over 5,000 gravestones in 400 years of history and mystery. >> it was talked about all over town. it appeared in the newspaper. >> it was by descendents that crossed the atlantic. by the 1830s the congregation had outgrown the church and that's when something strange happened. >> there were three nights in a row in the summer that the bell in the bell tower rang and it rang three times three nights. every time people got down here and the caretaker would come out of his building they found no one here. so to this day no one knows who or what caused that bell to ring. >> it wasn't the only unusual occurrence. >> one of the architectural who
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worked ton gravestone far long time said for the first six years he worked here he reset one stone six times. >> executive director says the conservator wasn't spooked. >> they were upset with them and kept knocking over their stones. >> pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> if you aren't too spooked you can check it out for yourself. the foundation offers all kinds of tours including ghost tours where a few of the more notable people come back to life and tell you all about the ringing of the bell themselves. all right. get ready for a frightfully good time later today on the grounds of west laurel hill cemetery. here to tell us all about it are the director of external affairs. first year for the vent.
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tell us what people can expect. >> yes. we are doing a timed 5k. we'll have winners for the best time in that. we will have entertainment, food, drinks for everyone to celebrate and get in the halloween spirit. we encourage runners to come in costumes because of prizes and everything like that. it is really going to be a fun event. >> make sure you have masks you can see through. >> yes. >> and if people arrive early they can get their face all done in a really scary face. >> and it all goes to a good cause. >> yes. run for your life supports what we do every day and that is providing meals to clients battling life threatening illness. they receive meals and it is all home delivered to them at no charge. meals are medically appropriate.
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we are really providing our clients with food as medicine. >> i was putting this out and this is an event, if you're looking to get into shape why not because you're running. if you're looking to make a difference come out to run for your life. >> it is the most fun scary night of the year. they have partnered with us. they match the registration dollar for dollar. we are offering the special code last chance and they can receive $5 off. it will be open until 1:00 this afternoon or register tonight at the cemetery. >> so nbc 10 viewers go to the web site. >> the code is last chance. >> last chance and it's on our web site as well. we have information about run for your life. it's tonight. it is at 225 belmont avenue.
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we have all of the information on our web site, or on the nbc 10 app. thanks so much for being with us. >> thanks for having us. and the event looks good tonight. it will be a little chilly. we are okay here. all of the clouds will begin to dissolve and clouds will clear here. we will be chilly. have a jacket or sweater out there and a good quality one as well with that wind that is out there. frosty weather out there. milder by tomorrow afternoon and then just downright spring like on saturday. >> it will be a short lived event. tracking rain, wind and thunderstorms. these big temperature swings can fuel big storms. it looks like that arrival will
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be linked saturday night into sunday. let's enjoy the quiet weather that we have for now. it is 54 in philadelphia. it is 57 down in millville and 54 in wild wood with a mixed sky of sunshine and clouds. check out our neighbors to the west. in pittsburgh it is almost lunchtime and 43 degrees. it is 45 in detroit. it is a pool in cool air that pivots around later tonight. it pivots in and pivots out. it doesn't hang around for too long. looking at the clouds here, a few sprinkles here. if you're walking outside this afternoon don't be surprised if you feel a cool rain drop there for about five or ten minutes. not toodisruptive. the pattern moves fast. frost advisories here. gusty winds right now out of the
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northwest. check out low temperatures tonight. 36 allentown and then a nice rebound tomorrow afternoon. mid-60s. i have a system highlighted off the coast here. there is a tropical connection here. there may be some development. this will fuse with another storm system across the upper midwest. these two tag teamed and move up the coast. really printing out a good dose of rain here by sunday and sunday afternoon pockets of heavy rain and localized flooding and maybe even thunderstorms with this one. of course the whole first alert weather team will be tracking this. she will be with you tonight at 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00. the pick of the weekend, sunday is the wash out. let's take a look at the ten day forecast and get you up to speed here. 66 tomorrow and 71 pick of the weekend on saturday. then that's stormy finish on sunday at 65. by the time we get into
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halloween the weather the looking good. we'll be back with you in just a bit. steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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the trolley is decorated inside and out and other festive trim. it has done this before. no spring chicken here. he also decorated his trolley
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for valentine's day and i'm sure his riders love it. as temperatures drop the number of house fires spike. we take a closer look at fire safety. we show you the best place to put the smoke detector in your home. >> it will be the first place that smoke hits. it will come through and hit the ceiling and start to come out. it is immediately followed by steve harvey at 2:00 and sellen at 3:00. before we leave you we have have a quick check of your afternoon forecast. >> buckle up. we'll have a big temperature out here. 58 degrees heading through the day today. 66 tomorrow and up to 71 on saturday. turning stormy on sunday for the eagles game. temperatures in the 60s. >> we'll be watching it very closely. thanks for watching. i'm rosemary.
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have a good one.
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he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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