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dry conditions outside as we take a live look at center city. we're off to a cold start, but a warm-up is on the way. good morning, and welcome back to nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary conners. it's just after 6:00 on this sunday. >> it is still cold, but so much better than yesterday. anywhere from 20, 25 degrees warmer. but right now, we are waking up to some clouds. we will see more clouds than we saw yesterday. a partly cloudy sky, but we are much warmer than this time yesterday. 17 degrees warmer than this time yesterday in philadelphia. 24 degrees warmer in mount pocono. you will definitely feel the difference as you head out this morning. you will definitely feel the difference later on. right now, though, it is cold. 41 in philadelphia. 35 in allentown. right at the freezing mark in lancaster, and 40 in millville. as soon as we go throughout the rest of our sunday, enjoy it.
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we're looking at a dry day. at least for the daylight hours, and then that will change later on tonight. 1:00, 46. by 3:00, looking at 50 degrees. we'll talk more about the warm-up today. even much warmer on monday. we'll talk about that too coming up. new from overnight, marion berry, the former mayor of washed, is dead at the age of 78. beginning in 1979, voters elected him mayor four times. it was barry's 1990 arrest in which he was caught on surveillance video smoking crack cocaine that seemed to overshadow his political career. but barry made a comeback in the last decade, winning three terms as a d.c. councilman. waiting for a decision. you're looking live at ferguson, missouri. it's just outside of st. louis. it's calm there right now.
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a grand jury will reconvene tomorrow and could announce whether they will indict darren wilson in the shooting death of michael brown. some nearby businesses also boarded up their windows. it's because ferguson has been the scene of violent protests and street demonstrations since the deadly shooting in august. in philadelphia, plans are in place for protests in the event that officer wilson is not indicted on murder charges. one demonstration would march from philadelphia's city hall to broad street and cecil b. moore avenue in philly. police tell us they are ready to help keep people safe and protect property. be sure to stay with nbc 10 and nbc10.com for your complete coverage of the grand jury decision in ferguson and any impact it could have here in our area. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for two men. one of them is responsible for a shooting, the other is wanted for hitting a police officer with a car.
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that injured officer was treated for scrapes and bruises and should be okay. the chain of events began late yesterday in north philadelphia. here's what we know. investigators tell us that the officer was responding to reports of gunshots on north fairhill street. somebody shot a man six times. that victim is in critical condition in the hospital right now. then, right after the shooting, an officer tried to stop the victim's friend from driving after the gunman. that's when police say the driver struck the officer with his car and kept going. the driver is now facing aggravated assault charges. in mercer county, authorities have released new information about a hunting accident that left one man dead. west windsor township police now say that the 45-year-old victim accidentally shot himself while hunting canada geese with his father yesterday afternoon. the two men were in a wooded area near their farm on old trenton road. police initially told us that they believe the father accidentally shot the son, but late last night, they determined that was not the case.
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their investigation is ongoing. new this morning, police in north hampton county are asking for your help to find this missing woman. jessica pagget was last seen leaving her daycare job friday afternoon. police found her white subaru outback at a dollar general store about a mile away but no trace of pagget. she is 5'4" with a tattoo of a footprint on her shoulder. if you have any information and know where she is, you can call pennsylvania state police in bethlehem. in philadelphia, convicted tire slasher david toledo may be at it again. that's according to police, who arrested him yesterday after some cars were vandalized on preston street in oxford circle near toledo's house. toledo is on probation for slashing tires in may fair in 2012. before his conviction, you may remember that he spoke out about wanting to track down the vandal, even though police say
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toledo was behind it all along. his latest arrest comes after a witness told investigators that he saw a man placing an object near the tire of a vehicle. it turns out the object was a mouse trap with nails attached to it. detectives tell us their investigation led them to toledo. today, 30,000 runners will hit the streets in center city for the philadelphia marathon. nbc 10's matt delucia is live on the race route on the ben franklin parkway. matt, i know action and excitement is starting to build. what's happening out there right now? >> reporter: well, rosemary, a lot of people are already out here right now. in the past half-hour, we moved from where the security check-point was into the area here right by the starting line. a lot of security is in place right now screening people and vehicles, making sure that everything is good to go, to make sure this is a fun and safe event for all of those 30,000 people you mentioned involved here. about 60,000 spectators are expected to be out here today as well. we'll give you a look right now.
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you can see the starting line. we're just under an hour until the start of the marathon. some of those volunteers getting ready. we have about 3,000 volunteers that are taking part in this as well. so a lot of people involved. a lot of people who are running. this is a big deal for a lot of people because they've been training hard for this. a lot of people have to train all year just for this one marathon. we're talking 26.2 miles. there are a lot of road closures in effect right now. you see all of those people getting ready to line up along this route here where they can see all of these runners going through the starting line. this will also be the finish line. and we expect some of the finishers to come. about two to two and a half hours after the start of the race. but so many people around here right now. we've got people who are here from 40 different countries, all 50 states. a lot of people come out here, they have special stories about why they're out here. personal challenges. personal struggles that they've
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overcome. and so we'll have some of those stories coming up in the next hour here. but for now, we are live along the parkway at the starting line of the marathon. coming up just under one hour. stay with us. live here in center city, i'm matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." the trump taj mahal offered a deal to its workers as part of a last-ditch effort to keep the casino open. the company says the deal would restore health insurance to the workers for at least two years. in return, the casino wants the union to drop its appeal of a court order that cancelled the health insurance and pension plans. the union president has declined comment at this time. the taj is still scheduled to close on december 12th. for those of you who play fantasy football, this one's for you. listen up. monmouth park racetrack in ocean port says it will soon offer fantasy sports betting. officials announced those plans yesterday just one day after a judge ruled that the state
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cannot lift the ban on sports gambling. track officials have not yet set a date for the fantasy sports betting. they would only say that it would happen in the near future. new jersey's division of gaming enforcement says online gambling is having a slower start than expected. governor chris christie's administration predicted that online betting would bring in $1 billion in its first year, but it's only earned one tenth of that. the goal for the second year is to increase player pools in online games like poker. president obama's executive order on immigration is stirring up mixed emotions all across the country and here in our area. coming up, we'll talk with one local family who will be protected under the executive order, but they're still worried. we'll have their story after the break. and a little later, making history with drones at the jersey shore. how the unmanned aircraft could
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soon help in an emergency situation.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> the dust is not exactly settling yet on president obama's plan for the immigration system following his executive order. it includes the most sweeping changes in decades when it comes to immigration, and some are angered by the move. others are worried about what comes next. nbc 10's monique braxton spoke with a philadelphia family who could be affected by the measure. >> translator: this decision, this executive order by president obama will protect my family from deportation, so this will benefit my family. >> reporter: but alejandro rojas isn't celebrating. this mexican native was one of a handful of speakers at pennsylvania is ready immigration rally in center city. with the help of an interpreter,
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rojas tells us his 12-year-old son fernando is a u.s. citizen, but rojas is concerned about his 14-year-old son alejandro jr. he was 2 when arriving in america. rojas fears alejandro won't benefit from a key element of the executive order. >> translator: he does not qualify with this new executive order because he was not born many this country. and also, he does not benefit from the dreamers act because he is not 18 years old. >> reporter: the dream act allows young, undocumented immigrants to stay in america and work. this group of labor leaders, ministers and activatiimmigrati activists want to understand what's next for them and their children. they're launching what they call information sessions. we ask what will be covered.
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>> what will be covered is first of all that there is no application process yet. don't pay money to anybody. don't pay money to hold a place in line. >> reporter: the activists allege undocumented immigrants have paid money for services never received, or for services they don't qualify for. their goal now is to eradicate fraudulent practices before others become victims. >> we need to work harder than ever. >> reporter: in center city, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. vice president joe biden is busy this weekend dealing with foreign affairs. there's no word on a deal yet coming out of talks between the vice president and the president of turkey. the two leaders met in istanbul yesterday. they're trying to clear up differences in dealing with isis and syrian president bashar al assad. biden did announce that $135 million in new u.s. aid will be available for syrian civilians. some of the money will go to turkey, which has taken in
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nearly two million refugees from syria. secretary of state john kerry is also overseas this weekend, and says that there are serious gaps in the talks about a nuclear deal with iran. kerry has been meeting with diplomats from other world powers, and with iran's foreign minister in austria. those talks are under a monday deadline. the u.s. and six other countries want to limit iran's nuclear program that could be used to make weapons. the jersey shore is at the center of a mission involving drones. >> we're doing the research now to set the foundation for the future of unmanned aviation. in new jersey and in the united states. coming up, the test flights that could soon help save lives. temperatures much warmer this morning. we're right near 40 degrees in philadelphia. we will be milder this afternoon. here's a live look outside. we are waking up to some clouds this morning. we'll see a partly cloudy day as we head throughout our sunday. milder today.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> good sunday morning. we are waking up to temperatures so much warmer than yesterday. right around 40 degrees in philadelphia. milder this morning. milder this afternoon. and warmer on monday. we could see record-breaki inii warmth on monday. i think we'll be right around 54 as we head throughout the afternoon, so that's beginning to feel good. rain arrives overnight. we could see rain heavy at times throughout the overnight hours. it should be out of here pretty early on monday. so it's an overnight event that arrives later on tonight. temperatures around 72, so the record is 71, so certainly could break that.
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we'll have to watch that as we head to the later part of monday. right now we're looking at clouds as we wake up on this sunday morning. right now, 41 in philadelphia. winds out of the south-southwest at six miles per hour. we'll see that today. also on monday, helping to bring in that warm air. temperatures into the 30s, the upper 30s in a lot of spots. 39 right now in mount pocono. compared to what we saw yesterday. 38 in reading. 35 in westchester. 37 in glassboro. so temperatures anywhere from ten up to 25 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. this is a look at future temperatures, so by this afternoon, 3:00, 54 degrees. i think that's probably where we'll top out later on this afternoon. temperatures to the north and west in the 50s by 3:00. 53 at 3:00 in millville. so we'll feel the difference as we head throughout the
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afternoon. 53 is cool, and then by tomorrow, we'll have mild air coming to the region, right around 72 for a daytime high. it will last one day before that cool air comes back on tuesday. temperatures back into the 50s on tuesday. and then see the dome of cold air that's going to come in on wednesday. stay here on thursday, friday, and into the weekend. so it's a very short-lived warm-up, but enjoy it while it lasts. dry for now. we're going to keep it dry throughout the day before we see some rain coming in overnight. so tracking that for you on future weather. 10:00, you start to see that green creeping into the map, so plan on that overnight. yellow and orange indicating some more moderate rainfall. i think that will happen as we head throughout the overnight hours. it will be out of here later on monday, but it may be here still with some light leftover stuff for your monday morning commute, so plan on that. you'll see those windshield wipers going as you go back to school and work. and then we'll clear it out for the rest of monday. temperatures right around 54 degrees, so anywhere 53 to 55. winds out of the southwest at five to ten miles per hour.
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and then monday, even warmer. 72 degrees. it will be windy. tuesday, back down to the 50s. breezy also. sunshine returns, mostly sunny. we're watching for the potential of a coastal storm. we're going to see a cloudy day, and then in the afternoon could see some rain coming in. wet snow mixing in as well. 41. a cold day on thursday and friday. temperatures into the 40s. 40 on friday. the jersey shore is on the verge of making history with drones. test flights involving the unmanned aircraft are expected to come in the coming weeks. ted greenberg got an early look at the technology and found out how it could help save lives. >> reporter: it shot into the sky without a runway and without a pilot onboard. an 85-pound drone with a 13-foot wingspan that will soon make
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history when it takes off from the jersey shore. >> we're very excited about the opportunity to conduct this mission. >> reporter: david showed us how his company american aerospace advisers is busy preparing the unmanned aircraft system, or uas, for the first drone test flights in new jersey outside military air space, plan to start early next month. >> we're doing the research to set the foundation for the future of unmanned aviation in new jersey and in the united states. >> reporter: with the faa's blessing, the video camera equipped drone will be launched from an old airstrip at the u.s. coast guard training center in cape may. >> this video feed is coming from their location. >> reporter: researchers from the new jersey institute of technology in newark will use the flights to test tools. >> i have all the atlantic city casinos on here. >> reporter: aimed at improving how emergency responders respond to catastrophes like superstorm
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sandy, one way providing aerial views to quickly pinpoint who needs help. >> during a response, time is critical. >> reporter: other tests will involve emergency communication. if cell service went out on a barrier island during a crisis, experts say a drone could be used to relay a cell signal to responders on the mainland miles away. >> it allows the uas to fly to the cell tower. >> reporter: flying the drone requires training and experience. in fact, no one can operate it without a private pilot's license. >> basically what we set up here is a cockpit. >> reporter: the aircraft is controlled from inside this mobile operations center. the upcoming flights have sparked privacy concerns from some residents, but those leading the mission say the drone will only be flying over the coast guard station and the ocean a mile or two from the shoreline. >> there's no population at risk. >> reporter: researchers, though, believe the benefit to public safety will be far-reaching and hope to have new jersey geared up to put drones to use by the start of
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next year's hurricane season. ted greenberg, "nbc 10 news." next, volunteers at a local food bank are doing their part for the less fortunate this thanksgiving. but they need some help. how you can pitch in to make the holidays special.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> it will cost you more to prepare a thanksgiving meal this year, but not that much more. according to the american farm bureau federation, a thanksgiving meal for ten people will set you back $49.41, 37 cents higher than last year. you can blame the increase in
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part on a jump in the price of milk. most of your money, of course, though, will be spent on the bird itself. the federation estimates that a 16-pound conventional turkey will cost you about $22. the food bank of south jersey needs turkeys. volunteers hosted a turkey drop and packed up other goods so that the less fortunate can enjoy a holiday meal. you can still help. the food bank is always willing to take donations, especially this time of year. the time right now is 6:27. it is race day in philadelphia. thousands of runners will soon take off for the marathon. we'll have a live report from the race route coming up. and meteorologist michelle grossman is watching that weather out there for us. >> and it's looking good for them. we're looking at temperatures right now around 40 degrees. look at your pretty face on there. and we're going to see temperatures rising throughout the afternoon. so we'll look at that, but we're seeing some clouds, but that's going to bring in some rain later on tonight. we will track all of that.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> right now on "nbc 10 news today," all appears calm and quiet as we take a live look at the streets of ferguson, missouri. but tensions are still running high. the grand jury is off today, and will meet again tomorrow to make a decision in the shooting death of michael brown. in just about a half-hour from now, thousands of runners will pound the pavement in the philadelphia marathon. what you need to know to navigate the closed roads and big crowds along the race route today. dry conditions for the runners. and even though it still feels cold this morning, it's warmer than it was yesterday. that's a good thing. and also the eagles, of course, are playing this afternoon. should be good weather for a football game. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news toda today". i'm rosemary conners. michelle grossman is watching the weekend weather for us for the runners, for the birds.
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dry right now. no rain. but that's all going to change, right, michelle? >> that's right. yeah, it's going to change later on tonight. so starting around 10:00, 11:00, we could see rain pretty heavy at times, but we're going to keep it dry throughout the day. milder, too. we are waking up to cloud cover. here's a live look outside. not a bad day overall. i think we're going to enjoy the warmer temperatures and even warmer on monday. so we're already feeling that warmer air working in. we are 17 degrees milder at this time compared to yesterday. so not bad at all. we're looking at temperatures right around 40 degrees in a lot of spots. the upper 30s. compared to the teens we were waking up to yesterday. 35 in allentown. 32 in lancaster. we're looking at 38 degrees in dover. and 43 in wildwood. so a cool morning, not cold. but much, much better than where we have been. we will be miler this afternoon. by 8:00, 41. 1:00, 46.
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3:00, we're looking at 50. we'll talk more about the temperatures today and we'll talk about a big warm-up on monday. could break some records as well. and then that rain is going to come overnight. >> looking forward it to. thank you, michelle. thousands of people are heading to the ben franklin parkway this morning for the philadelphia marathon. this weekend, we met up with two runners who are using the race to shine a light on a bigger challenge. nbc 10's matt delucia is live right by the starting line. the two men are going blind, but they are determined to see again. tell us about it. >> reporter: rosemary, a lot of it is hard work and a lot of it is waiting. while these two men are running here this morning, a cure could be in the works just a couple miles away. one look at danny, and it's hard to see that he's going blind. >> i was diagnosed when i was a kid, about 9 years old. since then, have just been progressively losing vision. >> reporter: he was diagnosed with chn, a genetic disease so
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rare that only 9,000 people in the u.s. have it. >> the nice thing about having a small disease like this is it's like a family. the group of us that actually are out there doing a lot of work, it's like an extended family. >> reporter: but over time, vision worsens, and by age 60, those are chm are almost completely blind. danny is 36, and his friend jeff is 48. >> it almost comes down to inspiration inspiring more inspiration. >> reporter: how are you going to get through this race? >> you know, i'll be honest with you. i'm scared to death right now. i can see straight on fairly well, but my visual field, i can only see if you would cup your hands and look through it, that's about all i can see. so it's extremely scary for me to be running with that many people surrounding me, because i just can't see those people. >> reporter: they came to run in philadelphia for the first time, hoping a cure is close to the finish line. >> we're working as hard as we
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can. we want to get them a treatment as soon as it's possible. >> reporter: after two decades of research, dr. jean bennett is ready to launch a clinical trial at the university of pennsylvania. jeff has held on to nothing but hope for all of those years. >> a person who diagnosed me said you will never see a treatment in your lifetime. he didn't say you might not see, he said you will never see a treatment. and here we are today with clinical trials with potential treatments sitting on the doorsteps just a few miles from where we're standing right now. there couldn't be a more poetic ending to this phase of the journey. >> reporter: and that trial is expected to start in the very near future, but jeff and danny likely won't be candidates the first time around. they are hoping to begin treatment in the next five years. they've raised $100,000 for the cause, and they will be among the thousands of people who are out here for the philadelphia marathon. we see a lot of people already
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lining up. they're getting ready to go. just under 30 minutes until race time. so we will be out here for that. and for now, we are live in center city. i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, matt. right now on our website, nbc10.com, we have everything you need to know about the philadelphia marathon. our news and weather apps will give you the latest forecast. plus, we'll have all the info on the traffic detours downtown. again, it's on our website, nbc10.com. new from overnight, marion barry, the former mayor of washington, d.c., is dead at the age of 78. he passed away just after midnight at a hospital in washington. over the last year, barry has appeared frail. beginning in 1979, voters elected him mayor four times. it was barry's 1990 arrest, though, in which he was caught on surveillance video smoking crack cocaine, that overshadowed his political career. but barry made a comeback in the last decade, winning three terms as a d.c. councilman.
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in our area, a driver is in the hospital this morning after a car flipped over. the accident happened around 1:00 this morning in frankfurt. a crew arrived to check out a broken utility pole that went down because of the crash. police have not released the victim's condition and have not said what led up to the accident. waiting for a decision. a grand jury in ferguson, missouri, will reconvene tomorrow to determine whether to indict police officer darren wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teenager michael brown. yesterday, crews in ferguson put up barriers around the court building where the grand jury has been deliberating. some businesses also boarded up their windows. people from the brown family lawyer to ferguson residents remain on edge about what could happen. >> the jury is deliberating. they're going to do their job. when they finish their job, we all will know. >> not knowing when the verdict is coming.
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not knowing what's going to happen after the verdict. it's just a scary situation. >> be sure to stay with nbc 10 and nbc10.com for updates on the grand jury decision, when they reconvene tomorrow. in philadelphia, plans are in place for protests in case officer wilson is not indicted on murder charges. one demonstration would march from philadelphia's city hall to broad street and cecil b. moore avenue in north philly. police tell us they are ready to help keep people safe and protect property. again, we will have all the updates on the grand jury decision when they reconvene tomorrow. be sure to stay with us for our newscast, and of course, we will also have the latest information on our website, nbc10.com. this morning, philadelphia police are looking for two men. one of them is wanted for a shooting, the other is responsible for hitting an officer with a car. the injured officer was treated for skracrapes and bruises. the chain of events began late
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yesterday in north philadelphia. investigators tell us the officer was responding to reports of gunshots on north fairhill street. somebody shot a man there six times. that victim is in critical condition right now. police tell us that right after the shooting, the victim's friend committed a different crime. >> a friend of this male allegedly was going after the shooter, and the police officer tried to stop the car. and this person struck the officer with a car. >> reporter: the man who drove the car into the officer is now facing aggravated assault charges. police recovered this gun they say was used in the shooting. again, they're looking for not only the driver of that car, but the person who pulled the trigger. we have some new information this morning about a deadly hunting accident in mercer county. west windsor township police now tell us that a 45-year-old man accidentally shot and killed himself while hunting canada
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geese with his father yesterday afternoon. the two men were in a wooded area near their farm on old trenton road. police initially said that they believed the father accidentally shot the son, but late last night, they determined that was not the case. their investigation continues. new this morning, police in north hampton county are asking for your help to find this missing woman. jessica padgett was last seen leaving her daycare job on canal street in north hampton friday afternoon. police found her white subaru outback at a dollar general store about a mile away from her work, but no trace of padgett. padgett is 34 years old, 5'4" with a tattoo of a footprint on her shoulder. if you have any information as to her whereabouts, you could call pennsylvania state police in bethlehem. funeral services will be held today for an army veteran killed in a deadly pile-up in burkes county. jeremy augustine died in the
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accident on allentown pike near reading on wednesday. a nurse from the area was also killed. police say a tractor-trailer smashed into one car, and then that caused a chain reaction with several other vehicles. nine other people were injured in the crash. police say the truck driver was asleep at the wheel and was also speeding. he is facing a list of charges, including homicide by vehicle and involuntary manslaughter. he is now being held on half a million dollars bail. next, a bizarre story we want to tell you about. a naked man falls through the ceiling of a women's bathroom at boston's logan airport and then goes on a rampage and attacks an elderly man. how witnesses and police are trying to make sense of it all.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> now to that bizarre story. a police say man who went on a rampage at logan airport is facing serious charged. he stripped off his clothes inside of a woman's bathroom, after climbing into the ceiling through a tile. the man then came crashing down to the floor. police say he then ran out of the bathroom and attacked an elderly man with his own cane. officers arrested the suspect and the elderly gentleman is doing okay. starting today, drivers will have more room to maneuver on a stretch of i-95. penn-dot is reopening southbound lanes near cottman avenue this
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morning. it's a relief to drivers who will be traveling on the highway. i-95 carries more than 130,000 drivers on an average day. wednesday and the sunday after thanksgiving will be anything but average. they are two of the busiest days of the year for the highway. penn-dot says the drivers will see the new lanes are smoother and a little bit wider. the construction, by the way, is part of a $212 million project to rebuild the highway. next, defending the title. manny pacquiao puts on a show in front of a pay-per-view crowd. highlights from the fight straight ahead. highlights and weather. we're going to be milder. temperatures right around 54 later on this afternoon. waking up to a little bit of cloud cover. we'll see a mixture of sun and clouds as we go throughout the day. milder today and then a big warm-up on monday. we'll talk more about that coming up. dove bar for 7 days?
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we are waking up to temperatures right around 40 degrees. and we're going to be milder this afternoon. the warm-up today and a bigger warm-up on monday. but in between that, we're going to see some rain coming in. headlines on your sunday morning. hope you're having a great morning so far. we're going to be back to normal in terms of temperatures later on this afternoon. we haven't felt that in quite a while. rain arrives overnight. we're going to see rain heavy at times in some spots. and then warmer on monday. we could see record break temperatures on monday right near 72 degrees, a record of 71. right now we're waking up to some clouds as we wake up in philadelphia. not a bad morning. a quiet morning, a milder morning for all the runners out there. 41 right now in philadelphia. winds out of the south-southwest at 6 miles per hour. temperatures mainly in the 30s.
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35 in allentown. 32 in lancaster. 41 in philadelphia. temperatures mainly in the 40 toss ts to the south and east. so enjoy the milder air today. and enjoy that warm air tomorrow. future temperatures, as we go throughout time here, we're going to see these temperatures rise throughout the afternoon. so by 3:00, you're out and about getting some errands done. we'll see temperatures right around 54 in philadelphia. 3:00 in allentown. 53 in millville. that's good news for anyone going to the game and all the players, look at temperatures right around 54. dry for now. that's also good news. wee see some rain coming in overnight. as we go throughout the day here, a quiet day overall. winds not bad. temperatures mild. but as we go throughout the overnight hours, you notice some green coming into the map.
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by 3:00 in the morning, we're looking at some heavy stuff. that's yellow and also some oranges. that's indicating some more moderate rainfall. so don't be surprised if you hear that falling on your roof as we sleep overnight. as we wake up tomorrow morning, we see some lingering, leftover light stuff, so may need the windshield wipers as we head to school and work tomorrow. then we're going to see a dry afternoon, so partly cloudy as we head throughout the later part of monday. a warm afternoon and a windy afternoon. temperatures into the 70s. for today, 50 in allentown. 53 in wake quakertown. then to the south and east, we're looking at 53 in atlantic city. and heading back up to the city, we'll see temperatures right around 54 in philadelphia. not a bad day overall. temperatures dropping into the 40s tonight. that's it. then by monday, 72. that's our big warm-up. that's our possible record-breaking heat. warm winds. tuesday, we drop right back to the 50s. 55 on tuesday. wednesday, that's the coastal storm everyone's been talking about. we're going to see a cloudy
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morning, and then rain and possibly some wet snow mixing in into the overnight hours. thanksgiving day, it's going to be a cold one. 45, mixture of sun and clouds and cold on friday and saturday. last night, boxer manny pacquiao notched a convincing win overseas. his wbo welterweight title was on the line against challenger chris algieri. he cruised. the fight went the distance all 12 rounds. pacman won by unanimous decision. many are now hoping for a pacquiao-floyd mayweather fight. sports up next. did the sixers get their first win of the season finally or did they hit unlucky number 13? we'll talk about it. selling or trading in. we make selling your car, truck or suv, fast, safe and fair with three simple steps: one -- get your free online valuation.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> it is game day at the link. here is a live look at the stadium in south philly. we are just hours away from kickoff. it's going to be 1:00 this afternoon. eagles take on the titans. right now the birds are tied with the cowboys atop the nfc east.
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hey, i'm john clark. the flyers ended their four-game losing streak last night against columbus. let's jump to the second period and they're buzzing. wayne simmonds is going to grab the rebound with his gloves. drops it, and beats bob. 3-1 flyers. in the third period, matt read feeding coburn. his first goal of the season. flyers win 4-2. ron hextall chewed out the team the other night, and the players listened. >> when your gm calls out every single player in the team, i think it will light a fire under your butt. i think we had a good response. we've played two strong games in a row. we go into long island, we're going to play a good hockey team and we've got to be prepared. the sixers are now 0-13, two losses away from matching their worst franchise start.
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nerlens noel, his best game. but not enough. carmelo anthony, 25 points. sixers lose to the knicks 91-83. will they win a game this season? penn state, probably their worst loss since the sanctions came down three years ago. they're on the road against one of the worst teams in the big ten, illinois. christian hackenburg. this is a nice drive. it is 7-0 penn state. but end of the first half, big mistake. a penn state special teams penalty gives illinois new life. the illini tie the game. so it is 7-7 at the half. that is a big moment. penn state is down 10-7. lynch, 47-yard touchdown run. nittany lions up 14-10. only had 15 pass attempts in the entire game. that is amazing. fourth quarter, illinois lining up for the game-winning field goal. and it is good. penn state stunned. nittany lions are 6-5. villanova hopefully earned a first-round bye with another win
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yesterday at delaware. john robertson with three touchdown passes. this is a nice one. the cats fight off a late delaware comeback. they win it 35-28. they finish the season 10-6. after 23 years as penn's football coach and one of the best in ivy league history, al bagnoli's quakers get him a win. they celebrate, they give al the gatorade bath. they wanted to send him off a winner. >> i certainly have appreciated this group, and all the things that they've had to endure. so they've been a lot of fun to be around. i told them that friday night. and really, i'm part of the class of 2014 i tell them, so we're all going out together. >> best wishes to al. college hoops, la salle won, penn lost. st. joe's taking on vermont.
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wilson is going to find him again. going to finish with a dunk. temple coming off that 20-point loss to duke, taking on unlv in brooklyn. team high 18, owls lose 57-50. the eagles hosting the titans today. we'll have a full wrap-up on nbc 10 at 6:00 today. have yourself a good eagle sunday. the philadelphia marathon is set to start in just minutes at 7:00. matt delucia is live at the starting line. >> reporter: they are about to begin just a couple of minutes from now. i'll give you a live look at the starting line. you see the hand cycle participants who are getting ready to go. the wheelchair folks who are ready to cross the starting line. we'll give you a live look after this break. and the weather is so much better today than yesterday for those runners. much milder. a little more cloud cover than yesterday, but temperatures
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right around 40 degrees. milder this afternoon, and then a big-time warm-up on monday. we'll talk more about that coming up.
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nbc 10 news starts now. >> right now on "nbc 10 news
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today," we have new information in a father and son hunting trip that took a deadly turn. now let's take a live look at center city, where the start of the 21st annual philadelphia marathon is literally just moments away. this morning, no need to get out of bed, we are bringing you all the action from the race route. the marathon isn't the only action in philadelphia today. here's a live picture of lincoln financial field where the eagles will take on the tennessee titans this afternoon. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." meteorologist michelle grossman is tracking the dry conditions right now and the warm-up on the way. michelle? >> that's right. mild morning. we're going to see rain arriving overnight. it could be heavy at times. but for the day part, we'll see some clouds in place and the weather story. a little more cloud cover than what we saw yesterday. that's keeping us milder than this time yesterday. we are 17 degrees warmer than where we were this

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