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and the president wants to make grants available to people having trouble finding jobs because of their addiction. >> to understand how familying are dealing with the epidemic, nbc 10 has been following a man as he makes his way through drug recover are ri. >> we updated you on the progress one week after he started a program. hours after that story aired, he walked out of the rehab center. he headed to kensington to buy drugs. cydney long picks up the story from there. it's pretty remarkable what happened next. >> this is right. it's remarkable there are angels out there among us in the community. michael was so sincere in fighting so hard when we sat down with him yesterday, but clearly his fear of failing and the demons of detox got the better of him for a short time last night. >> this is my feelings. >> reporter: in the hours after opening up to us wednesday about his struggle with addiction and fear of living on the streets. >> freezing cold rain and crying
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because just the weather alone or the starving. >> reporter: michael faced his emotions head on. in a moment of fight or flight, he was ready to run. >> he was gone. what he was doing was wrong. >> reporter: he left treatment with an anonymous ride he wound up on the streets and robbed of his blonings but knew he could get money and get high. >> ended up going to a meeting down there and walked into the meeting. somebody had seen him on the news. and said what are you doing here? what are you doing here? you're supposed to be in treatment. >> he didn't use. >> his jaw dropped and at that moment, he started being flooded with emotions. >> reporter: liberation way considers it community intervention and proof that it's a process and people care. >> the lady that scooped him up and as he stated his guardian angel made sure that he wasn't
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going to leave her grips until he ended up back where he is right now. >> reporter: the troomt center staff got him back to rehab by midnight. >> success is he decided to come back. he's talking about it. >> i was able to speak with him and let him know this is where you're supposed to be. obviously, because he tried lee leaving and couldn't even do that. >> reporter: now he also told me yesterday that his biological father does plan to visit him at the treatment center this weekend, but he also said that his family is a little reluctant to become too invested until he's further along in this journey. >> you have talked to michael, become invested in him as well as the people trying to help him out since day one of rehab. what was your thought when you heard the phone ring and you hear the story? >> reporter: i had to tell you, my heart sank for him. all of us are pulling for him in this fight really to get clean. he was so positive. he was even pushing the nurses away. he didn't want to have another
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dose of methadone because he's weaning off and coming off of these medical treatments to get him clean. but this is a message that it doesn't happen overnight. i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news. >> a journey shore couple says much more needs to be done to slow the opioid epidemic. they run stevens place, a sober living home in atlantic county. it's named after their son who died after a heroin dose last year at the age of 26. the cup founded a nonprofit called stop the heroin. >> still seeing people fighting to get into treatment. people with no insurance getting short stays. >> in my heart and mind, my son dies every day. i don't know if i'm ever going to be able to fully heal. from losing him because of it's every day and they are tieg every day. >> governor christie would head
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up the commission. the governor's commitment to fighting addiction has resulted in thousands more people in new jersey getting treatment. >> the nbc 10 digital team documented the kmalkt of the crisis on local families for two years. a closer look at one of the epicenters of the opioid crisis. addicts in recovery and loved ones react to the president's plan. that's tonight at 6:30 right after northbound 10 news at 6:00. new information in the murder of two teens on the south philadelphia street corner. sources tell nbc 10 police spoke to a potential witness and are questioning people in that case now. the two were shot and killed. sky force 10 was over the scene tuesday night after the
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shooting. police say there was some sort of argument between the gunfire. their friends are remembering them tonight. >> i saw him two hours before that happened. i shook his hand and said what are are you doing. i said be safe. >> he was a good kid. he had good manners. >> police have been working to identify six possible suspects. poker could be coming to airports and truck stops throughout pennsylvania. the state house approved a gambling expansion bill in an attempt to balance the state's budget. the plan expands casino gambling to truck stop, airports and ten new mini casino sites. the bill now heads to the desk
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of governor tom wolf. but he has only indicated he will review the plan and not promising to sign it. lawmakers say that will help raise money as they pay for the re knew plan. in washington the house passed a $4 trillion budget. the vote cleared a key hurdle toward president trump's goal of cutting taxes. the budget is a necessary step before congress can begin work on the $1.5 trillion tax cut bill. a picture perfect fall day. taking a live look now at the american flags atop the araamark building. >> definitely a chill in the air. the jackets and sweaters were out today. you can see them. >> near the philadelphia museum of art, a little cooler out there than yesterday. still not too bad, though. fall and chief meteorologist tammie souza is here. a frosty night is in store.
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>> i would call this a blustery fall day. it was windy and you had to pull the jacket tightly around you out there. temperatures about 5 degrees below average. right now only 58 in philadelphia. we should be in the low 60s. and visibility at 10 miles. some of that cloud cover has kind of moved in and out across the area. winds at 13 miles per hour. we're so terribly chilly. this is a cold air mass coming at us out of canada. thank you to our friends in canada. 52 in trenton. 60 for all of you in dover. that's not half bad. 55 in al lentown right now. overnight tonight, we are going to be very chilly. 39 in trenton. what does that mean for you? if you're in the outlying areas, you have a frost advisory in effect. that includes the sushs, chester
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county, berks county, poconos, over here into southern parts of new jersey, right along the jersey shore. it does not include you. it's not including delaware. that frost advisory from 2:00 to 9:00 tomorrow morning. if you have any plans left after the first frost, this may be the one that gets them. all the outlying areas could drop to 34 and 38 degrees. you notice it does not include the city of philadelphia or delaware county. it does not include the nearby pennsylvania suburbs. much of south jersey that is actually toward the metro area. so we're going to be watching how cold it's going to get tomorrow morning. and then after that, we have a delightful warm up, but. only a one-day wonder. i'm going to have your pumpkin picture of the day and talk about a very rainy ooeagles gam and your hall wooen forecast, straight ahead. right now at 5:00, we're learning more about two rescue dogs that were killed in a south street fire that destroy ed a popular restaurant and damaged a nearby pet store.
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one of the dogs was flown to philly from puerto rico following hurricane maria. the other was rescued from a boarding situation in kentucky. to northeast philadelphia where a fire broke out this morning. a two-story home caught fire on maine rid yan street. a woman inside was rush ed to te hospital. her condition is unknown tonight. the cause of the fire is under investigation. in mercer county, a a fire aled to first responders to an unexpected find in an apartment. they smelled a strong odor of marijuana and found $900,000 worth of drugs and $2,000 in cash. the owner and operator of the company is facing multiple charges in connection with this case. he's a supplier of high grade marijuana products. to breaking news right now, a school bus accident in camden. george spencer is live overhead
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in sky force 10. >> just rolled up on that scene about five minutes ago. no word on any injuries, but there's been a significant response camden county police here on this scene. we're above alabama road and kolings road in camden county. the bus there at the center of this appears to be a bus company. we have been watching as they have been taping off that scene. all of those white suvs on the right side of your screen are the police response that have come out here. saw a number of kids who did not appear to be injured off this bus. some of them appear to be being picked up and walked home by parents. emergency crews on the scene of a bus accident here in camden county. as we get more details, we'll bring them to you. i'm george spencer, nbc 10 news. still ahead, all new at 5:00, a story you can't miss. protecting your family in case of a fire. >> the nbc 10 investigators get answers from the experts.
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the advice every parent should teach their children. and carson wentz, the magician. the eagles quarterback explains how he keeps on making defenders miss. and what you can expect from the secret files on president kennedy's assassination. that's next at 5:00.
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today the white house is racing to release thousands of documents about the assassination of president kennedy. the documents were legally supposed to be leased today, but the cia wants partins of those documents redacted. it's been 50 years since he was killed sparking conspiracy theories. what questions will the documents answer, if any? >> investigators say oswald was the lone gunman, but not everyone is convinced. >> the images are indelible. a moment in dallas that changed a nation and fuelled conspiracy theories for half a sencentury. now federal law is forcing the release of thousands of government documents about the assassination. among the key questions for historians, did lee harvey oswald act alone? did the government know more about the assassination's movements and motivation than previously revealed?
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was oswald ushd cia surveillance during a trip to mexico city? >> the real story maybe is that the cia knew only seven weeks before the assassination that oswald may have threatened the president. >> despite federal law ordering the release, government officials tell nbc news it's being held up as intelligence agencies scramble to advise the white house about what information they want redacted or withheld from the files. intelligence officials indicated some of the information could revealtive information gathering med meds and sources. intelligence officials said some of the information could reveal sensitive information and sources more than 60% of americans believe kennedy's killing was a conspiracy. but federal investigations concluded oswald acted alone.
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experts say it's thousands of government files, many theories, but probably still no definitive agreement about what really happened that day and why. to an island still in crisis five weeks after hurricane maria. volunteers are helping puerto rico out in a big way. late this afternoon holy family university held a food drive send off in northeast philadelphia. several palettes were loaded up today and readied for transport. the university is shipping more than 5,000 cans of food to puerto rico to be delivered to a humanitarian group there on the island. then it will be distributed to those in need. >> the whole community could come together not only the campus community, but the surrounding community. they could bring their stuff here, handle it, get it to puerto rico and it just makes me feel like the mission of the
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university is being lived. >> american airlines will be transporting the goods free of charge. this comes days after the senate approved a new round of disaster aid. lawmakers approve $36.5 billion in emergency relief. the island is still struggling to reelectricity and basic services. back here at home, you definitely need a light jacket when you're outside today. this is a live picture at the navy yard in south philadelphia. it's sweater weather out there. here's a look in fairmont park. you see the expressway slow as usual about this time. perfect, though, for an evening walk out there. >> just cover up a little. meteorologist tammie souza is here.
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>>. >> some of them provided a few sprinkles across the area. we have cold air aloft. once the air hits the ground, it heats up and can't go before it bumps into the cold air in the form of clouds. out to the west, we have a big dip. look at the temperatures. 36 in bismarck. we have some cold air that's spilling in. that pays us a visit monday and tuesday. keep that in mind. that's your halloween weather. it's going to be a chilly hall wooen. ahead of that, we have seasonal weather. just a few degrees below average. a nice warm-up across the midwest. we're looking for that warm-up to make its way in here saturday before we transition into the cold air i just showed you on monday and tuesday. 55 in allentown. 59 in wilmington. we have had a few sprinkles and showers today. a will the of that activity has
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move d off to the north. some of it never reaching philadelphia. it did hit some of the suburbs and the poconos. looking at light sprinkles. all of this activity associated with that large storm system that has been offshore. you can actually make out the swirl of the area of low pressure as it exits our area. still bringing heavy rain across new england. now we focus on the next system. look how cold it is. it's really cold enough to pull some snow into northern minnesota. it's pulling that cold air straight down across the northern plains. that cold air is headed for us. it will be a chilly one. tomorrow morning you wake up with that frost advisory in place. 38 in doylestown. 41 in philadelphia. if you're in millville, 41. 47 in atlantic city. by the time that we get into tomorrow afternoon, we're in it the low 60s across much of the
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area. the exception in the 50s. and then the winds start to turn more to the southeast. so saturday morning, a little more mild. in the low to mid-40s. saturday afternoon clouds start to move in. but look at this. we're going to hit across much of the area. 70, 71 degrees. then we get into late saturday night. here comes the rain from that system that was moving into minnesota. look. and yes, that does include the eagles game. temperatures really don't make it out of the low 60s on sunday. you're going to need your slicker if you go to the eagles game. and there's another system behind that one for the middle of next week. they are just lined up like this out there at philadelphia international. this is going to be your game day forecast. we could see periods of showers and storms. it's going to be windy out there. as promised, i want to show some of the pumpkins. look at that. she has a little ghost and a
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little bat. send them to me on facebook or twitter. 66 tomorrow. 71 on saturday. breezy and clouds move in. showers and storms late at night. and then 58 on monday. on halloween it's going to be chilly. 60 if we're lucky for a high. you'll need jackets for the little ones. now it's time to go ghost hunting. the old sweeds church in wilmington is one of the oldests in the country built in 1698. when the congregation outgrew it, that's when strange things started happening. >> there was 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 would find no one here. >> that is creepy. get this. one of the conservativers who worked there a long time the
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first six years he reset the same stone six times. it hasn't fallen since the last time. maybe it will soon. tomorrow morning nbc 10 today wraps up its ghost hunting series with a local park that's home to dozens of ghosts. don't miss the sights and sounds haunting this old house. make sure to tune into nbc 10 news today at 4:00 a.m. >> it is kind of creepy. straight ahead at 5:00, find out who is serving up new jobs in our area. >> also ahead, a first responder never off duty. the heroic efforts one made inside a restaurant. plus dramatic video of a police chase and crash. and just wait until you see how officers caught the suspect.
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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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police rescuing a man suspected of stealing a pickup truck. they saw the man crash during a chase and body camera video shows them pulling the suspect from the truck. it appears he's unconscious. the man faces 36 charges. the manufacturing plant is bringing new jobs to south jersey. the cumberland county authority
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broke ground on a 32,000-square foot building where food processing equipment will be manufactured. companies that graduate from the business incubator program will occupy the space. the director of the food innovation center say it is will help small companies grow. the project is funded in part by td bank. several jobs are coming to delaware. the governor was on hand for a ribbon cutting. the company manufactures an all natural bio enzyme used to improve flour products. it will improve engineering professionals. a legendary philadelphia lawyer is remembered in a new exhibit at the art museum. >> it marks the an verse are ri of the death of johnson.
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some of the items have not been on display for decades. the old masters now exhibition is open to the public on november 3rd. a cute new addition to the philadelphia zoo. two red panda cubs made their debut today. they are considered an ened species. this is the second successful birth at the zoo. two years ago the twins were born. look at them just curled up there. >> how could you not love that face. still ahead, a golf is the top of her class. >> she won a high school tournament, but she wasn't allowed to take home the trophy. the controversy on the green, next. sounding the alarms. is your family have an escape plan. the nbc 10 investigators tackle fire safety, next.
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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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after 8 years of chris christie, is kim guadagno the change new jersey really needs? guadagno is christie's hand-picked successor. says she's "proud to be part of the christie administration."
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guadagno was chris christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times. from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need. we start with a bus crash in cumberland county. >> what can you tell us, george spencer? >> we just arrive d at this scee to see this really frightening damage to that sedan there on the ground. one vick tick has been flown by medical helicopter to cooper university hospital. this happened just about 30 minutes ago. it looks like the white sedan rear ending this new jersey transit bus. this occurring on west main
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street. we don't have any word about whether that bus had passengers. we do know that at least one victim of this crash, you have to imagine it was someone in the white car, was flown by medical helicopter to the hospital. but we're still working to sort out exactly how this occurred and what are the conditions of anyone who may have been on that new jersey transit bus when this crash occurred. we're live in sky force 10, george spencer, nbc 10 news. right now at 5:30, in a matter of minutes, your home could go up in flames and trap everyone inside. we are fast approaching the deadliest time of for house fires. an nbc 10 news at 4:00, we showed you the best places to install smoke alarms. now at 5:00, what if the alarm goes off, what do you do? think about that. do you know your escape plan? >> mitch blacher is here with the answer. >> this is simple stuff.
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besides having the smoke alarms, you need an evacuation plan to keep your family safe. >> the red cross is out to give her the missing piece of her fire safety puzzle. an escape plan. >> a lot of folks always think that when a fire happens, i'm going to have to go out the window. that may not be the case. >> reporter: she notices that a fire in the kitchen would likely leave the front door clear if she left in time. he says that's something every homeowner should think about. >> if the passage is clear to the front door, use the front door. >> come up with a planned meeting place outside. it's the corner in if front of robinson's house. this way she can see who makes it out and who is still inside. upstairs she locates all the fire alarms before noticing a problem in robinson's bedroom. the window is blocked. >> i didn't think about it. it would be in the way.
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>> seconds can count. >> in her son's room, the drop makes leaving through it the last resort. >> when e we recommended in those situations is to take a towel or something, put it underneath the door to keep any smoke from coming into the room. then going over to the window, opening up the window and yelling and waving something out the window. >> the red cross recommends practicing your plan twice a year. because every second counts. >> you have about two minutes in most cases to get out of the house safely when a hire happens. and obviously the easiest way out of the house is going to be your quickest way out of the house. >> it is those critical two minutes that we explore tonight on nbc 10 news at 11:00. we're taking you into a controlled house fire to see how fast it goes up in flames and what experts say is causing this blaze to burn so fast. the good news is there's a trick
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that you and your family can use to give you an extra couple of minutes if you're in a house fire. >> that's very good. people take this for granted. we know from being reporters and talking to victim, they all say one thing. didn't think it could happen to us. >> it happens fast. >> it happens very fast. thank you. >> you can see the exclusive report tonight on nbc 10 news at 11:00 right after "chicago fire." now to your first alert weather. there's a bitter chill in the air. if you're heading out to broad street to grab a bite to eat, you might need a light jacket. you may even feel a rain drop or two. here's a look at the radar. we're tracking this system as it moves past us. meteorologist tammie souza has your most accurate forecast. >> it is going to be chilly tonight and tomorrow morning. i think tonight will be the coldest night we have had so far. and then we rebound nicely for the weekend. we have a frost advisory for all
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of you in the suburbs and into berks county. from reading all the way down to doylestown. then we skip over philadelphia. it's going to be a little too warm in the metro area and head out to south jersey, where yoer going to see temperatures dropping into the 30s. that's where we're going to see the frost. so anywhere right around the metro area, that's where we're not going to see this frost. so from 2:00 to 9:00 tomorrow morning is the time that we're concerned about. if you have any delicate plants left, now is the time to cover them. 55 right now in allentown. 59 in wilmington. it's 58. we have 52 in trenton. 46 at mount pocono. for tonight, we're going to be dropping quickly. we'll be about 51 by 11:00. after that, temperatures head down to 40 degrees in philadelphia. we'll talk about your warm-up for the weekend and a soaker and
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i'll have your halloween forecast, straight ahead. new details on a story from yesterday. tonight there are two people in custody in connection with a carjacking of a pizza delivery driver in west tld. that driver was beaten so badly he was in a coma for three days. police are looking for several other people responsible for last friday's attack. some of the attackers are as young as 14 years old. here's a look at some of the stories making headlines county by county across our region. the gun violence task force is getting new resources to battle gun violence. half a million dollars in the budget is going towards an anti-gun violence task force. the funding will expand resources to get dangerous weapons off the streets. 27 homicides in the city of chester this year. 13 sheriffs deputies were promoted or honored today. five were awarded for their action to disarm a suspect while
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searching his house. the sheriff said these awards are to recognize and to thank the deputies for their selfless devotion. in philadelphia you're look ing at the newest tool in hands-only cpr training. the american heart association unveiled this kiosk today at the independence visitors center. the kiosk is equipped with a touch screen and practice plan manikin that practices. it's the only kiosk of its kind in the region. now hiring. dick's sporting goods says it needs more than 100 new workers in the philadelphia area for the holidays. all 14 stores locally are hiring a total of 135 part-time associates for the holidays. you can apply online or in person. the germantown shopping district may have a new look. it's part of a contest.
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the winner will receive $150,000 in grant money to repair buildings with significant african-american heritage. voting runs through october 31st. you won't be seeing certainen content from two news outlets on twitter anymore opinion the social media company says it will ban ads from russia today and sputnik. both are state-sponsored russian news outlets. they tried to interfere in presidential election. twitter, google and facebook are scheduled to testify at congressional hearings next week at russian involvement in the election. anyone traveling from out of the country into the united states and philadelphia will now see extra security. starting today airlines worldwide will question passengers about their trips and their luggage. there will also be closer inspections of personal electronic devices. travelers will see more security in passenger areas and around
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planes. next at 5:00, trained for all emergencies. >> a meal and a memory. a state trooper jumped into action and it played out in front of the camera. also ahead, brotherly love at the link. they battled on the football field as kids. now they are going to face-off on sunday.
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a new jersey state trooper had lunch at the right place and time to save a man's life. >> the trooper was off duty at
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buffalo wild wings in morris county. he noticed the man next to him was choking and so he acted fast pap that trooper gave him the heimlich maneuver. a few seconds later, the man was breathing on his own. police congratulated one of their own on social media. feel free to drop an attaboy. the choking crivictim is okay. just has a sore rib. >> but he's alive. check out this thrill ride into the future. today in england, a new super sonic car raced in front of a crowd for the first time. the jet-powered car could reach 1,000 miles per hour. what does that even look like? >> that's too fast. >> this thing is called the blood hound. developers have been working on this test car for the past ten ten years. it's a combination of a fighter jet, formula one car and a spaceship. that's about right.
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>> you couldn't pay me to get in that. next at 5:00, a high school controversy. >> a female student dominant on the golf course, but even though she won the tournament she lost the trophy. we'll tell you why. and sunday showers are on the way. find out how long they are going to last and then how cold we're going to get following all that. that's straight ahead. assassination conspiracy. a a local man hoping for validation tonight on his theory about the death of jfk.
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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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a massachusetts student won a high school golf tournament, but she wasn't allowed to take home the trophy. >> the reason why, heshe's a gi. she shot a 75 in the turnltd beating the second place golfer by 4 strokes. according to the massachusetts athletic association, girls can play and their scores can count in the overall team score, but girls can't win the tournament or advance to the state competition. >> i can't necessarily have the title so they gave it to the second place guy. then he offered the trophy to me, which was super nice and classty of him. >> i'll take a 75 any day of the week.
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she's the third best high school player in massachusetts. she says she just is going to play through this disappointing rough patch. the link will be had rocking again. the eagles play a team that hasn't won a game yet. >> carson wentz talked to the media today for the first time since monday's big win. >> that's right. everybody is still talking about his illusiveness in that game. carson wentz continues to improve game by game. the birds have the best record in the entire league through seven weeks carson wentz has thrown 17 touchdowns. that number is top amongst all quarterbacks in the league. even more than tom brady. the throw came from kory
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clements. a huge win on where that magic comes tr. >> when i was a kid, i was always just had a ball in my hand. i was driving my parents crazy messing around. just being a multisport athlete, just really helped out my athleticism to be able to make some of those throws. i think a lot of quarterbacks can attest to that to some extent. >> i'll be back with more from wents and a full look at sports. back to you. still moving and shaking. >> yes, he is. thank you so much. we're talking about the eagles. i have two younger brothers. for them there's no better feeling than competing against me and winning. >> on sunday brent selleck will face his brother. he's the tight end for san francisco. he is a big brother. brent is three years older.
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the eagles tweeted out this picture from when they were kids. hopefully you know who we're rooting for. nbc 10 is your eagles station. watch us to get you ready for the game at 9:30 sunday on gameday kickoff. after the game exclusive interviews after the late news on eagles gameday final. >> what's mom and dad going to wear? a split jersey? >> i have seen that. >> travis kelsey had to do it against the chiefs. let's go to meteorologist tammie souza. >> she's not split though. >> i want big brother to win. and the weather is not going to be nice. you have to bring the rain slicker with you and we could be facing periods of heavy rain. it was not a warm day. 58 was the high. normally we should be in the
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060s. did not pick up any rain out there. although we did have some sprinkles across the suburbs and lehigh valley. the highest wind gust at 27 miles per hour. it was a little blustery out there. tonight we are going down. how low will you go? 39 in trenton. 37 in allentown. 41 in dover. 47 for stone harbor. all the outlying areas away from the metro area of philadelphia, away from delaware, away from the jersey shore, all of the rest of the area under that frost advisory from 2:00 to 9:00 tomorrow morning. it's going to be a cold night. grab the extra blanket. it could be the coldest night of the season so far. here's what's left of the rain showers. a lot of it has formed quickly over the suburbs. it dissipated. much of the you can see the rotation. this is that area of low pressure that's finally passing this is one that triggered all
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the showers and storms we had on tuesday morning. behind that. there's another one. this one is even more cold air associated with it. and it's digging even deeper. you can see the snow that's making its way into northern minnesota. this is the one that's going to effect us in part on sunday. now this is going to merge with another system. down here we have a tropical disturbance. it's in the western caribbean. this may strengthen and could become a tropical storm. certainly, a tropical low. it is forecast to now move northward. watch what happens. watch the time line towards sunday. they are coming very close to each other. here comes the front with that storm system that was moving across minnesota bringing the snow in there. here's the tropical system. they could come together and bring very heavy rain across philadelphia on sunday. exiting by monday. behind that, extremely cold air will move into the area. you can follow all of this on our app. your neighborhood weather is there and we'll have your
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forecast for game day. just download it. tomorrow, 66 in fairmont. 64 in swhanksville. wildwood at 64. and dover at 66. we rebound with sunshine. it won't last long. 71 on saturday. 65 on sunday. 58 on monday. that's a very cold day. and halloween is going to be chilly. 60 if we're lucky. the evening cold, put the jacket on the kids over the kcostume. there are some major health concerns in puerto rico. >> why doctors feel they could have a major epidemic on their hands. 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. 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.
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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. why are south jerseyans so angry headlines at sweeney? up. sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers,
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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. welcome back. lester holt joins us from the nbc studios in new york. he has a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news." >> the opioid crisis declared a public health emergency by the president today. what that means for communities struggling under the burden. also stranded and drifting at sea. for five months, how two women and their dogs were finally rescued. come iing up on "nbc nightly ne" back to you in philly. now to the crisis in puerto rico. tonight there are health concerns and fears about a water bourn+rmvá'--p disease outbreag hurricane marimaria. >> the aftermath of the storm
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could unleash an epidemic on the island. two more people died yesterday from a disease spread if you touched contaminated water. 25% of puerto rico's population still doesn't have running water. more relief aid is on the way. new york's governor and a group left for puerto rico. they are bringing millions of equipment. nbc 10 news at 6:00 is next. >> here are jim rosenfield and jacqueline london. >> first at 6:00, following breaking news. a student hurt in a school bus crash. plus a school dean?mz raping an eighth grader. what the school is doing to make sure it doesn't happen again. ìáhp &h% release classified documents on the death of jfk. how a local conspiracy theorist is hoping the release proves he's been right all along.
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now we're getting rid of the rain. a blustery evening ahead into your friday morning. plus rain for a part of your weekend.
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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. right now at 6:00, a middle school dean arrested for rape. he targeted an eighth grade student. thank you for joining us. i'm jim rosenfield. >> and i'm jacqueline london. the school is responding to allegations defending how they
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screen employees. >> let's get to nbc bp=yk clark with the latest. >> in the last 30 minutes, we have learned that omar harrison was suspended and then fired from his position as dean from mastery charter middle school. after the victim's mother c confronted him at the school on friday. school officials call police the k to ensure stu safety. the eighth grade student told police harrison drove her to a hotel at the end of school last year and sexually assaulted her inside of a run. harrison was arrested yesterday and charged with statutory rape. safety and staff screening and training processes to ensure we take all necessary precautions to protect our students' safety and well-being.
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the school also tells us that any kind of inappropriate contact with students is simply unacceptable. in the breaking news center, dra clark, nbc 10 news. the worst drug crisis in americanjqaaññ >> right now at 6:00, president trumpno carrierder cf1 cf2 x0 he left his


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