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fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. someone fires shots at a south philadelphia home that may be connected to a case. one community shows solidarity in the fight against drugs. and historic and haunted, details about this local hotel that could send shivers up your spine. right now at 11:00 there is a new twist in the search for the gunman who shot and killed two teens early this week. earlier someone shot into the home of a person wanted for questioning in connection with the murders. good morning. i'm erin coleman. the person of interest was not
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home at the time and police are still trying to locate him. we are live with an update on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning. that person of interest is not in custody. it is the reason that people are waking up this morning extremely on edge. you can see the chalk markings where the bulleted flew and landed here. also, a police presence in this neighborhood all because police want to talk to someone of sbroes that lives inside this home. it was riddled with bullets overnight. neighbors just boarded up the front window of the home. it comes two night after two teenagers were shot to death. miller had just started school this fall at mastery carter.
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police confirmed the person of interest lives inside this home but he was not here at the time of the shooting. no one was hurt. it is unclear if the shooter was in a car or on foot. they say it's impairtive parents step in to stop this senseless violence. >> we are concerned about that. it is an effort to safeguard not only the residents of that home fwh but that block as well. the important thing is that the individual or individuals that we need to speak to. >> reporter: now, one neighbor said she heard 14 shots fired this morning.
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it startled them and woke up her sleeping baby. the teen boy they want to speak with has been arguing with his parents the last few days but they never anticipated anything like in. we'll keep you up to date on this investigation. nbc 10 news. a driver struck two men as they were pushing a car out of the road. one of the men died at the scene and the other suffered minor injuries. it caused them to shut down a portion of the road while they investigated. so far authorities have not filed any charges in the case. a beautiful day outside after a very chilly start this morning. a live look at the philadelphia museum of art. big changes are coming by the
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end of the weekend. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with your most accurate forecast. >> a lot of people would tlouf see pictures like this through the weekend. this is in cape may. look how blue that sky is. wilmington delaware just as cool and beautiful. allentown and reading and 34 in lancaster. up to 57 in philadelphia and 50 in wildwood. temperatures will get up to about average today. we have a front headed this way. it will cause problems for later in the weekend. in the meantime nothing but sunshine during the day. temperatures getting into the
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mid-60s right around average for this time of the year. not too windy and those southerly winds that we have now, that will warm us up even more during the day tomorrow. those two systems coming together, that's going to mess up sunday. i'll get into details and timing on that in a few minutes. now to detail ns a case out of west philadelphia. police arrested and charged four people in the beating and carjacking of a pizza delivery driver. some of the suspects are teenagers. the driver was beat cen so badl he was in a coma for three days. police are looking for one other person in the attack. police say the victim's
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mother -- harrison drove her to the hotel at the end of last school year and sexually assaulted her in a room. the executive director says he is suspended until they learn more and they are praying for the victim and her family. cell phone video shows a crowd of emergency workers clambering to help a six-year-old boy after a school bus slammed into him yesterday afternoon. we talked to a witness who says even though the little boy should be okay the scene was still hard to standby and watch. >> we were terrified. >> if you look closely at this video you can see a woman comforting the boy. police say the boy got off of his bus and was walking behind it when a second school bus hit him. people cannot comprehend how the
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bus driver didn't see the boy in the street. they say the situation isn't new for their community. >> i'm not for sure. >> my son got hit by a bus down the street over there and then another kid got hit over here at the same time. they said that the bus driver was texting and driving. >> police haven't charged the driver in this case. we tried several times but couldn't reach anyone for comment. as for the little boy doctors treated him for serious but not life threatening injuries. the plan to fund pennsylvania's budget is now in the hands of governor tom wolf. they approved the plan. the senate passed it the day before. it would bring gambling to truck stops and airports and make it
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vailable online. it would allow ten new mi mini casino sites. time is now 11:08. here is jessica boyington. >> we are having an easy friday moving through center city. our camera is right around 8th street. both directions are moving along nicely. rest of the drive times look great. a touch slow but speeds are in the 40s in both dpreirections there. we are dealing with 15 minute delays as route 15 eastbound trolley but amtrak and new jersey transit are on time.
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watch for that around north 52nd street. today people from old city will have to find another place to park as they host the streets vent. parking restrictions begin at noon along the 7 mile rouchte. it includes 3rd, 4th, 5th and other near by streets. from 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. that route will be clear with no traffic. it is a chance for walkers, runners and cyclers to get out without worrying about cars and traffic congestion. it is the second year and it is expected to draw tens of thousandin thousands of people. you can find a full list on the nbc 10 app. your official eagles station this morning bringing you a live look at lincoln financial field.
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the birds will be back in action this weekend. they host the 49ers on sunday at 1:00 p.m. the eagles will try to improve on their 6 and 1 record which is currently the best in the nfl. nbc 10 has coverage you won't find any where else. you'llen have your kick off sunday morning at 9:30. make sure you tune in after nbc 10 news at 11:00 or game day final. >> coming up, supporting the president a day after president trump declared the opioid crisis and why new jersey's governor insists president trump is doing the right thing. and some secrets revealed, uncovered in the release of hundreds of record rs and why other files are being held back. enjoy the sunshine and mild temperatures while you can. i'm tracking two systems coming together that will effect us by
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the second part of the weekend. i'll break it down just ahead.
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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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the opioid crisis is now an emergency. that kind of declaration would have allowed to tap into disaster relief funds to combat widespread opioid addiction. it does accomplish some things.
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it will makt easier for people that don't live near doctors to live get help over a computer. it lates states focus on the opioid epidemic. it will not unlock new federal funding. that is something congress has to do. his attorney general spoke about the effort to combat the opioid crisis. he said we are facing the deadliest drug crisis in american history. >> i have never seen anything like this. i started in the 70s as a young prosecutor prosecuting heroin cases. >> sessions said more americans died of drug overdoses last year than died from aids at the peak of that e7 demic and more of them died in car crashes. customs enforcement also known as ice held a meeting. leaders met with members of
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homeland security in the cyber krooib crimes unit. they talked about ways to help reduce opioid and fentanyl across the country. david will tour the coats vil va center where he will highlight the approach to treating opioid addiction. after a long day of anticipation the national archives 3,000 censored records there the assassination of president kennedy. he blocked the release of other records because of fbi concerns about national security. a law required all government records -- in the delay of getting the material out. >> we have heard about chaos on this issue for the last couple
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of weeks with agencies going to the president to appeal. i will say that the government has had 25 years to prepare for this release. you to believe it should have been handled in a more orderly fashion. >> the yfk conspiracy theorists, we talked to one of them, an 89-year-old lawyer who believes lee harvey oswald did not act alone. >> i didn't rely on my own intuitio intuitions. i did not rely on my own investigation. i invit vest gaited the case from the beginning. i relied on their documents. nobody outside of the united states believed oswald killed the president alone. >> it is now under a six month review. happening today tiger woods expected to plead guilty to
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reckless driviing charges. police initially charged woods with dui after he was found unconscious in his parked car in florida. it showed woods had the active ingredient for marijuana, two painkillers and an anti-anxiety drug in his system. beautiful day to end the week. it was chilly to start. it is 57 degrees, especially not very much wind. everybody has sunshine, that is for sure. the temperature at the airport the 57. it is 59 and 59 in clarkwood. chestnut hill a cool spot in philadelphia at 54 degrees. we have nothing on radar or the satellite and no clouds in the
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sky. we have a combination of systems. you can see this front very clearly in the middle of the country and you can see this moisture down here very clearly. in between it's really nice and dry, but this is a tropical disturbance has a chance of developing into a storm. this particular picture shows this coming up through the bahamas now. as we go through saturday this is dry air. this is the moisture. it is coming all the way up from tropics starting to get in at 6:00 a.m. sunday. the rest of the day it's just getting wetter and wetter. this is a plume of tropical moisture and we are going to get that combined with the cold front that's coming through. on saturday we are dry.
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there is the tropical moisture, the low pressure center. early sunday perhaps we start off dry but it's not going to stay that way as this system comes right up the coast, combines with that front and strengthens into a pretty big storm. there may be more rain and wind at shore than in other parts of our area. it does look like it is going toefect us and going to produce rain and likely some wind. as for the eagles game the southerly winds shifting in perhaps before the game is over and then we have got periods of rain with possible thunderstorms. that despends on the track of the low. if it is a little bit east we won't get the thunderstorms. it is just rain gear, just a question of how bad the rain is
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going to be sit a chilly night. temperatures dropping through the 350s. 6:00 it is already down to 55. by 7:00 down to 51 degrees. that is cool for this time of the year. we haven't been used to the cool weather. it has been a warm october. when you have the choice of two days saturday is the day. temperatures are above normal. dry weather and sunday periods of rain and thunderstorms. happening right now a huge protest. if we can get that up there, a huge protest. thousands and thousands underway in barcelona. you're looking live right now. it is happening at the regional parliment declared independence from spain. we'll continue to monitor this
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live picture and develop ms from spain. five years after sandy, sand angels, how you can be part of a record setting event to help those still effected by the storm.
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s it's hard to believe we are approach tg fifth anniversary of super storm sandy. ocean county was especially hard hit. tomorrow there is a special vent to raise money for people still impacted by sandy and it could land you in the record books. we have the director of the ocean first foundation. trying to break the world record for sand angels. >> yes. it is an idea to break the
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record to do it simultaneously. it is more complicated than you think. they have strict rules about how long you have to do it and where you can and can't stand. we are excited to do it. we are raising money for families that are still trying to recover. >> yes. life really isn't back to normal for some of those folks. >> yeah. you still see families that are working hard to get back home. many have to elevate their homes. it is a very expensive and long process for so many. whatever we can do to keep focus on families trying to get back home and then of course it is also -- while we were planning this we had three additional hurricanes across the country. we decided to broaden our scope and raise some money to support
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those other disast-- disasters helped us in our time of need. >> what can people co? >> show up and help out. we'll be there tomorrow morning starting at 10:00 a. they can register to be a sand angel and be part of the world record breaking attempt. doing that will be a great show of support. >> it looks like it will be fun too. >> it should be fun. we have a great day lined up, a great program that will kind of kick off the sand angel attempt. we are hoping that it all goes well. >> you guys will get it. i can feel it. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> the world record event tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. it is a picture perfect fall day. you'll need the sunglasses now. take a live look at center city
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philadelphia. get the rain gear ready. we'll let you know when you will really need it. showing solidarity through red ribbons, a local dmunty gathers for its very personal message against drugs. 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
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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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the search for killer takes another turn. early this morning someone shot into the home of a person shot in connection with the murders. we are following the developments from south philly. you just learned new information. >> reporter: i did. i just hung up request an attorney that police are interested in speaking to about the case of two teenagers who
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were murdered on tuesday night and about the gunfire that erupted on his street. you can see the police presence out here. that person's home was riddled with gunfire. he was not home at the time but his parents were. residents who live on this normally quiet street were frightened overnight and remain concerned until some one is in custody. we are not revealing the exact but neighbors boarded it up a short time ago. the gunfire comes after teenagers were shot and killed tuesday night. it happened following some type of argument. sal who was 16 years old and a junior who played hockey along with miller who had just started school this fall at mastery charter school. police confirmed they lived in this home where the gunfire erupted here. no one was hurt. neighbors are speaking out about the senseless and scary chain of
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events. >> you know, it's really scary. there are a ton of little kids. i have an 18 month old baby. i'm sure you spoke to neighbors that have small children. it's scary. it's really like -- i think we all feel really shaken. >> now, another neighbor said they heard the rapid fire of bullets about 1:30 this morning. police cars had been here earlier in the night. once shots rang out it took minutes for police officers to arrive. they went inside this home just about a half an hour achlgt go. it doesn't appear any warrant is being carried out. as soon as we learn any new information from police we will bring it to you. i'm sidney long, nbc 10 news. turning into a great fall day across our area.
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a live look from our campus camera. enjoy the sunny and dry weather while it lasts. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is tracking changes that are coming this weekend. >> it is not going to look like this all weekend. this is a look here right outside the station. it is perfectly clear skies. we have that all over the place. we showed you the shore a little while ago. it is perfectly clear conditions. it was clear and cold this morning. temperatures down into the mid-30s in many parts of the area. right now we are up in the 50s everywhere except for 60 at wild wood and 69 here. these temperatures are climbing to the point where it's to the average in the mid-60s this afternoon. nothing on the radar or satellite. we have two weather systems we are watching. this is a strong storm. you can tell there's snow on the
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backside of that but that front is bringing moisture. it will take a little while for the moisture to get here. i think tomorrow is still pretty good and today is just spectacular into the mid-60s. mostly clear skies and tonight not as chilly as last night was. we started off the day tomorrow more in the 40s than in the 30s. we'll time out that rainfall over the weekend and see when the worst is going to be and where that's likely to be the worst coming up. we continue to follow breaking news where a huge crowd has gathered. this is a live look right now. there are celebrations and protests as the region's lawmakers voted today to set up an independent state from spain. you can see thousands and thousands of people there. it triggered a dramatic
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confrontation. it has been a battle going on in spain for years. the u.s. state department says it stands in support of spain's government and the effort to stop the independence bid. we'll keep you updated. president trump will head on a major foreign trip and be accompanied bay large military presence. tensions is expected to rise. richard reports from south korea. in what's seen as a precursor defense secretary james matis in south korea touring what the often called the most dangerous border in the world. the demilitarized zone separating north and south korea, a. a wrong move here could trigger war. while they said diplomacy is the
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answer to ending the current crisis he was firm on the main objective. >> our goal is not war but rather the complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the korean. >> kim jong un carried out advanced missile launches says nuclear disarmament isn't an option. they threatened to carry out more nuclear tests even one aboveground. president trump arrives far major tour in the region and the president is coming with a big show of force that has already begun. then of course there is the question what will kim jong un do? they are afraid he will use the trump visit as an opportunity to launch provocation of their own which would raise tensions even further.
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nbc 10 news. chris christie is defending trump's war on opioid abuse. it will help more people access treatment. he said the president knows how important it is to invest in the crisis and that congress will have to decide how much. >> there are millions of addi addicted people. we have no choice but to treat them. we have no choice but the help them. the president made very important statements yesterday that -- let me say this, no president in my lifetime has said he gave compassion yesterday and hope to those families that are suffering right now. >> he issued a national public health emergency. christie said he expects that 90 day rule to be renud other and over again. students took to the streets to promote drug free living and raise awareness about the toll
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drugs can take o a community. >> it because walk and week to preb. more than 2,500 k through 8 students converged at the township's theater for red ribbon week. >> a memorial of a dea agent killed in february 1985 where he was murdered and tortured by members of a krug cartel in mexico. r. >> they are raising awareness about the destruction caused by in communities like these. >> we have had a 233% increase in overdoses. we are faced with the same crisis everyone else is. >> reporter: students took the pledge not just to the flag fwou stay drug free. >> it means a lot that we all pledged to be drug free because then we have a safer future. >> reporter: throughout the week
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students learned about how to handle stress and depression. they also had guest speakers with stories like these that left a big impression on 13-year-old daniel russell. >> he had been driking at a party and got in a serious accident and now his life is way different. i had a neighbor in a similar accident. it really hit that it can happen to me if i'm not being responsible and making the right decisions. >> she has the tools she needs to help her friends do the same. that is what the leaders who gathered here to encourage them to live happy and healthy lives hoped for. >> this is what we are about. we are always ton cutting edge. we'll do everything humanly possible to what we can and can't do here. >> pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. a new report says delaware, pennsylvania and new jersey are among the states with the highest cancer rates in the country. delaware is second on the list.
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pennsylvania has the fourth highest cancer rate in new jersey and comes in at number 7. kentucky has the highest rate of cancer which is the second leading cause of death in the united states. a nasty hit in the nfl last night. the pride of flaco got leved last night. the ravens were playing the dolphins when the collision happened. the hit sent his helmet flying off. reves gave him an unnecessary roughness because flacco was sliding at the time. flacco was diagnosed with a concussion. he was also treated far cut on his ear. the game ended on a lighter note that has people saying you got to be kidding me. get it? a cat got los on the field. it gained more yards in 9 seconds than the dolphins did
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for mes of the evening. the dolphins lost in a shutout. tonight, a city still recovering from the devastation of hurricane harvey sfeps back into the spotlight. tens of thousands of astros fans will be at the game. some of them still don't have a permanent place to live. mountains of duh bree left behind lined houston neighborhoods two months after the hurricanes. tonight astros players will. >> there is an even graert responsibility to bring awareness to the things that are needed to rebuild our great city. >> the world series will provide a much needed economic boost for houston. the three games are expected to bring 20 to $30 million in revenue for the city. the series between the dodgers is tied at one game a piece. nbc 10 is helping to get you
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in the spooky spirit of halloween. next we'll take you to the local hotel workers say is haunlted by ghosts and strange things they say continue to happen. and the weekend starts out great but ends with a soaker. we'll let you know when the rain will arrive and how it could impact the eagles game next. she never let anything slow her down.
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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, 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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we are helping you get into the spooky spirit in our hunt for ghosts. some say guests who checked in hundreds of years ago never checked out. >> my name is kelly. i'm the director of guest experience at hotel bethlehem. we are sitting in room 932 which we call the room with a boom. a woman with and her daughter were touring colleges and went to bed right behind us. the woman felt like there was somebody watching her. she woke up. the mother turned the light on and there was a man standing at the foot of her bed. she said who are you and he disappeared into thin air. >> when we come down here it's weird. some times you'll see movement out of the side of your eye and you'll turn and look and nothing is here. a couple of times i have been
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down here and seen a shadow of a man standing at the steps. he doesn't move or anything. he just stands there. when i see that shadow i definitely use the back door. >> she was born in the eagle hotel. it sat on this site until 1920. she used to sing and dance in the lobby of the hotel and entertain the guests. she was performing on stage in london when she caught the eye of a member of the royal family. they met backstage and fell in love. his name was sir francis hope. she became the first american woman to possess the hope diamond. she is the one that started the rumor that it was cursed. oftentimes the piano will play by it's own. i think the spirits still want to be part of the joy and happiness. i think that's why they kind of
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hang out with us. >> the hotel also says the ghosts are friendly and think they don't want to leave because of their fond memories. german town is could help preserve its his rhode island it is called vote your main street. we have put a link on our facebook page. the contest will give $150,000 in grant money to the winner. it will go to repairing buildings with significant african american heritage. voting runs through tuesday. trauma can come in many forms and effect people of all walks of life. it is a local organization that provides services and support to people effected by trauma or crisis and they have a big event coming up. we have president and ceo here. thanks for coming in. >> thank you. thank you. >> tell us about what you guys
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do. >> we are a nonprofit. we are a national nonprofit. we haveicale clinicians. we had boots on the ground in las vegas. we offer mental health counciling and provide scholarships to those going into psychology and their masters programs. >> trauma can have lasting effects. talk about why it is so important to continue to give survivors assistance and support. this is what you guys do. >> you get guys to offer support. we have tons of people that will go in and give that care right at the beginning. the clinical care, when people start wrapping their minds around what happened is normally three, four, five weeks
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afterwards. >> you're encouraging people to wear black ties and sneakers. >> i love that idea. tell us more about it. >> we have our fifth annual black tie and sneakers festival. we call it our tux and chucks. people put on their finest but wear comfortable sneakers to dance the night away. go onto our web site and find out and win auction prizes. you could bid on auction prices. the money goes to help with trauma survivors and first responders. >> all right. the fifth annual happening tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. on naamans road. get more on or check out the nbc 10 app.
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a beautiful looking day after a chilly start. it is 57 in philadelphia. we are rising through the 50s else where. everybody has sunshine including at the shore. the ocean temperature 53 which is well above average for this time of the year. that means the shore temperatures will be above average. avalon 61. it will be some nasty weather at the shore on sunday because of this storm that's coming. we don't have any storms around close by, that's for sure. we do have a line of showers in the midwest with a cold front that will combine with this tropical moisture down in the caribbean. that's a lot of tropical moisture. tropical disturbance or tropical depression could develop there. whether it does or not this is the moisture map. these bright colors are the
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greatest amount of moisture. the purples, that is dry air. that's what we have got over us on saturday. here comes that tropical moisture. this is known technically as an atmospheric river. it is coming right up at us on sunday. now, the worst of this will be up in new england. the worst of it will be at some of the shore points. here it is. there's the low pressure center. it is coming up combining with the front. we are dry perhaps first thing sunday. it fills in. it is going to rain. some of it likely on the heavy side but especially towards the shore. thunderstorms would be more likely as well. then new england gets hit the worst. this front comes through and monday becomes really really windy around here. so sunday could be windy at
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times but definitely rainy at times. temperatures into the low 60s. definitely need some rain gear for that game. it is just a question of how bad it is going to be. now, by sunday morning there's hardly anything in the rain gauge. again, we could use some rain but not necessarily on the weekend. watch what happens during the day sunday and into monday morning this is one and a half to 2 inches of rachbin. some places over 2 inches of rain. it's going to be a pretty wet sunday and sunday night. it will not be wet on halloween. it will be partly sunny during the day. it will be chilly, colder than normal temperatures. as we go through 6:00 and 7:00 the temperatures dropping pretty quickly down to 51 degrees at 7:00. so again, you'll have to dress the kids warm for november
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weather than october. saturday is looking great. temperatures above average. sunday is looking not so great. rain, posz thunderstorms, best chance of thunderstorms towards the shore. best chance of heaviest rain is north and west of philadelphia.
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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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this afternoon a family sfrug ling to find a cure for their baby's genetic disorder. her family and doctors teamed up to find a cure for the rare disorder. today after steve harvey and ellen hear how harper has been able to help doctors make a little progress. glenn "hurricane" schwartz has a check of your afternoon forecast. >> oflk t course the afternoon looking great right now. blue skies and up to about 65 today. warmer tomorrow. 71 degrees. that's the best day of the weekend by far. sunday we have periods of rain and possible thunderstorms especially towards the shore and then monday is really windy. we could have problems with wind, gusts over 40 miles per hour and nice but chilly weather for halloween. >> all right. thanks for watching nbc 10.
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i'm erin coleman. for glenn "hurricane" schwartz and everyone here at nbc 10 have a great day. we'll see you at 4:00. joseph, i'm steve. how are you? 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
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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. 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. 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.
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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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>> justin: given that lucas is drinking again, it's hard to say how he'll react. if he'll be able to process it was bonnie that dumped him and not adrienne. hey, look, before i knock on his door, any word from kayla about the dna test? we have to prove that bonnie switched places with her so we can get adrienne the hell out of jail. i don't want her to spend even one more night behind bars. >> adrienne: what? what'd you lose? >> sonny: my cuff links. >> adrienne: oh, that's okay. i can go get them. >> sonny: no, no, you know what? i'll text gabi. i'll just tell her to bring them. >> adrienne: okay. oh, you know what? i just... >> sonny: ma, mom, mom! i got it! >> adrienne: let me do something, will you? >> sonny: you helped with this entire wedding. >> adrienne: honey, i wanna help you. i'm so proud of you. i-i know... i had my reservations about this wedding at t.


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