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"nbc 10 news" starts now. >> a house party in philadelphia ends with one person dead. now police are questioning the dozens of party-goers who may have witnessed the crime. it's a parent's worst nightmare and one philadelphia family is living it. we'll update you on the search efforts for the 21-year-old college student who went missing after a night out. we'll get a reprieve today with temperatures in the mid 50s. here's a live look at the center city skyline where it will be dry and relatively pleasant. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's 5:30 on this sunday. brittney shipp is tracking the weekend weather for us.
the conditions will be much better today than yesterday. >> that's right. we are going to see warmer air making its way in from the south. we'll actually be above average for a change, so temperatures today pushing into the mid 50s. here's a closer look. our humidity is at 68%. temperatures throughout the rest of the region, 34 in pottstown. 27 in allentown. 30 degrees in the poconos. a closer look at today's forecast, we will push into the 50s. 46 degrees by noon. by 4:00 p.m., 54. 49 by 8:00 p.m. rosemary? >> thank you, brittney. we'll check back with you soon. new from overnight, police are investigating a deadly shooting in strawberry mansion. a man was shot to death after leaving a party around 2:30 this
morning. there were at least two dozen people inside the house at the time of the shooting. the victim was 35 years old. police are now talking to witnesses at the party who may have seen what happened. philadelphia police are busy today. right now they're investigating this crash in germantown that sent one person to the hospital. a vehicle slammed into a parked car along wayne avenue and west walnut lane. emergency crews took a 29-year-old man in for treatment. he was a passenger inside the car. it's unclear what caused this crash. today, the search will resume for a missing college student who disappeared after a night out with friends in a popular philadelphia neighborhood. nbc 10's matt delucia is live where crews will once be looking for shane montgomery. >> reporter: unfortunately, there has been no sign of shane. the search will continue later here along the canal. but here's what it looked like last night when several hundred people, family members, friends,
neighbors, volunteers, they all came out for a candlelight individual. shane montgomery's family wrapped up yet another day of an exhaustive search that turned up nothing. the 21-year-old westchester senior was out with friends wednesday night into early thursday morning here on main street, and once shane left, no one heard from him. his mother and father spoke with us about what they've been going through these past few days. >> you need to know something, and somebody knows something, and somebody knows where shane is. somebody has to know something. so you cannot -- you can't stop. it's just a matter of he's our son, and i won't ever stop looking for shane. ever. ever, ever stop looking for shane. >> reporter: the family is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to shane's whereabouts. what you're seeing is the search
as it happened yesterday afternoon. i was there as they all gathered together. easily a few hundred people in attendance. but later this morning, the police marine unit will be here to continue the search along the canal. family members are asking that volunteers stay home today and let the police handle it. i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. this morning, a man is in stable condition after philadelphia police shot him in the germantown section of the city. the man is being treated for a gunshot wound to his neck. police tell us they recovered a weapon at the scene. no officer were hurt. we are working to find out exactly why this happened and why police opened fire on this man. today in ferguson, missouri, officials will make a statement on the resignation of police officer darren wilson. he's the police officer who shot and killed michael brown, an
unarmed teenager. wilson turned in his resignation yesterday, effective immediately. he was on paid leave since shooting brown in august. last monday, a grand jury in ferguson decided not to indict wilson for killing the 18-year-old during a confrontation. both the shooting and the decision fueled protests in ferguson and across the nation. demonstrators set out yesterday on a week-long 120-mile march from ferguson to the governor's mansion in jefferson city, missouri. the naacp organized the march and is calling for police reform in ferguson and throughout the country. >> there's the righteous anger, but it's a matter of turning anger into action and bringing about justice. >> merchants in ferguson are trying to get back to business. some of the worst violence happened just after the grand jury decision. yesterday, police reopened streets, but they declared crime
scenes just days ago. it is going to be a busy travel day for the thousands of people who spent thanksgiving away from home. philadelphia international says today is the busiest day of the year at the airport. officials there recommend that travelers arrive two hours early for domestic flights and three hours early for international flights to go through check-in and security. amtrak also advises that train riders get to 30th street station earlier today. this year, there are extra holiday trains and more seats on amtrak's northeast corridor, but still expect large crowds. if you haven't had your fill of shopping these last few days, tomorrow is cyber monday. millions of people will be online looking for deals. the better business bureau has some ways to avoid scams and hackers. first, the experts say you should only shop at trusted retailers. then confirm each store's return and exchange policies to help you decide where to spend money. finally, use your credit card. many cards have zero liability
policies, which means you don't pay anything if somebody steals and uses your credit card number. tomorrow we'll get a look at the cyber monday operations at amazon. the company will give a tour of its order fulfillment center in middletown, newcastle county, delaware. last year, amazon customers ordered more than 36 million items on cyber monday. local mom and pop shops kick the holiday shopping into high gear this weekend with small business saturday. some folks skipped the malls to shop small. this is the scene in cape may. it started four years ago as a way to encourage people to shop at independently owned businesses. small business saturday was also a hit in camden county. shoppers took advantage of the holiday deals and many of the sales there in hadenfield will continue through today. president obama did his part to support the mom and pop shops yesterday. he took his daughters sasha and malia to a locally owned bookstore in washington. the first family bought two bags
of books. we are getting a first look at the sales numbers from black friday. those numbers are actually down, because many people started shopping earlier this year. they were out and about on thanksgiving day. spending on the holiday jumped 24% to more than $3 billion. meanwhile, black friday sales dropped 7% year over year to just more than $9 billion. studies also show that more people are staying home to shop. online black friday sales climbed 9.5%. according to the experts, one out of every four sales came from a smart phone or a tablet. this one is a heartwarming holiday story. a woman got quite a surprise during the annual parade yesterday. what a way to portuguese. the longtime resident proposed during a stop in the action.
carol thought that chris was involved in the parade because he was going to be honored for his work with the pennsauken athletic association. instead, he dropped to one knee and pulled out a ring. >> it took me two months to pull it together and i did it. >> i feel like i'm losing my mind. >> i'm extremely happier. couldn't be any happier. >> and now they have this moment documented forever. isn't that nice? their friends and family were also there to see the proposal. congratulations to the happy couple. a somber start to the last home game of the season for one college football team. why they're opening up their wallets to help a player and his family. plus, there's more fallout from the bill cosby sex assault allegations. what cosby is offering to ticketholders ahead of his upcoming performance in new york.
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this is "nbc 10 news." >> at 5:41, let's take a live look at camel back mountain resort in the poconos. all is quiet right there right now, but they're going to be opening the slopes at 9:00. this is their first weekend open of the season. they made plenty of snow this past week. certainly cold enough to do it. and they had that storm on wednesday. should be a great day to hit the slopes. we have some new information about a deadly mall shooting in chicago. police say the woman shot by her boyfriend inside a nordstrom department store died at the hospital last night. the gunman killed himself at the scene. the woman was a nordstrom seasonal employee. nobody else inside the store was hurt. according to court records, the victim's family tried to get a restraining order against the boyfriend last spring. several former ohio state football players are now offering a reward to anybody with information that helps find missing player kosta karageorge.
yesterday was ohio state's last home game, and when the team's seniors were recognized, kosta's photo was displayed on the big screen. he disappeared wednesday after sending his mother a text saying that the concussions he suffered recently were affecting his brain. family members are worried that he may be disoriented. the bill cosby controversy continues. the comedian is now offering refunds to ticketholders who don't want to go to his show in the new york suburbs next week. cosby is set to perform december 6th. an e-mail sent to customers said if they don't want to go, they can get their money back. this latest development comes after a number of women have recently come forward to accuse cosby of sexual assault. he has denied or not responded to the allegations. the cost of gas is plunging across the country to the lowest
levels we've seen in four years. the experts weigh in on just how long it will last. and it was a cold start to the weekend, but as we head into the rest of today, temperatures are actually going to be above average. i'll let you know how warm we'll get and how long we'll stay there. that's coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good morning. if it's just been a little bit too chilly for you, we are going to see changes as we head into today and tomorrow. i am tracking warmer conditions. we will stay dry on this sunday, but a chance of showers is back in your seven-day forecast. for philadelphia, 43 degrees. wind speeds out of the south at 10 miles per hour, so you can see the flag there moving. we'll continue to see breezy conditions throughout rest of your morning. temperature-wise, we're at 27 degrees in allentown. 40 this is wilmington. 43 degrees in millville.
44 in atlantic city. temperatures in stone harbor at 47 degrees, so we're already much warmer right now than we were this time yesterday. a closer look at our radar shows that we're showing a few clouds passing by. we will see mostly cloudy skies for today, but if i widen the picture and show you, lots of people are going to be making it home today. the good news is we're seeing relatively quiet conditions with the exception of a few scattered showers moving into parts of northern california. our wind speeds will continue to move up from the south. we'll see breezy conditions throughout the rest of our morning hours so our wind speeds will be contained close to 25 miles per hour for philadelphia. we are going to see wind speeds gusting up to 35 miles per hour in atlantic city, 30 miles per hour in dover. we'll start to see these wind speeds relaxing a little bit as we head into the weekend, but we're definitely going to see a breezy day for today. we'll see a mix of clouds, but warmer temperatures on the way, so mild conditions expected not only for sunday, but even as we
head into monday as well. so by the time you head back to work, temperatures will get close to 60 degrees tomorrow. we're also tracking a slight chance of showers on your monday evening, and as we head into the early morning hours on tuesday, we could see a quick changeover to a little bit of snow here. mainly confined to atlantic city. if our temperatures are cool enough. this is going to be very light. we're not expecting a whole lot of accumulation and it should start to clear up as we head into the rest of tuesday and switch over to a chance of rain by wednesday. mild conditions in store for us. our average for this time of year is 51 degrees. today we're heading into the mid 50s. tomorrow 59 degrees. so we are going to continue to see above average temperatures. it will be a nice way to end the workweek. so more mild for us today as we head into the afternoon. pushing into the mid 50s for philadelphia. 54 degrees in trenton. temperatures in allentown at 53 degrees, and we are going to warm into the low 40s for the poconos. so once again today, temperatures range between 51
and 55 degrees. we are going to see our wind speeds sustained 10 to 15 miles per hour, gusting higher than that. our temperatures will take a big drop as we head into tuesday. we'll track a chance of showers on wednesday, and once again, friday and saturday. let's talk about the price of gas. it's now at its lowest level in four years. and consumer experts say those savings couldn't come at a better time. gas prices are dropping every week. last week, it went down four cents a gallon. according to triple-a, the national average price is around $2.78 and prices are expected to keep falling, especially because opec failed to agree to cut back on oil production. with the holiday season in full swing, shoppers say today appreciate the savings. >> it makes me feel not so bad about driving further out to shop. >> every penny dropped in gas prices leads to a billion dollars pumped back into the
economy in terms of discretionary income. >> some experts believe we could see these lower prices at the pump until at least the middle of next year. now let's check in with cnbc's tyler matheson who has a preview of what we can expect in the week ahead in business news. >> with stocks on a roll and oil prices at a more than four-year low, investors are looking forward to a new week and the start of the final month of the year on wall street. stores are all packed with customers and with workers, and that will likely factor into this friday's november employment report from the labor department. analysts expect another month of strong hiring in the month of november with 200,000 or more americans finding jobs. we'll also get auto sales data for the month of november. we should see another small increase. cyber monday. that's monday. which was the biggest sales day of the year in 2013 for online retailers. they took in $2.3 billion in retail sales thanks to a lot of
exclusive online deals on monday. just a trickle of earnings reports coming out, including from the teen retailer as eer abercromb abercrombie & fitch, and the gun maker smith and wesson. another hearing over the japan airbags, and what took the company so long to announce a recall. and tune in right here on wednesday night for the lighting of the rockefeller center christmas tree. 45,000 lights, all energy-efficient l.e.d.s will make new york city shine even brighter. great night in the city. i'm tyler matheson. get all your business news on cnbc. the flyers fall to the rangers in their tenth straight loss of the season. now the players are defending their coach. we'll have more on that next in sports.
hey, i'm john clark. the sixers off to their worst start in franchise history. it's a story of the mavs and the mavs last night. the sixers fighting hard. look at the hustle here from k.j. mcdaniels. he's eventually going to get it to go. he gets the sixers within four. and then, the dunk. 18 points for him. mcw had a triple-double, but the sixers lose 110-103. they're 0-16, worst start in team history and two losses away from matching the nba record. >> we're getting close. i mean, we're improving every day, every game. i think we still have a lot more room for improvement. so we're just sticking with it. flyers lose their tenth
straight regular season win. here it is at the garden yesterday. tied at 1-1. flyers power play. brayden schenn finds jake voracek. that's the first lead they've had in a week. but the rangers have nicknamed this kid quickie. roughly three minutes later, first nhl goal, so we are tied at 2-2. in the third, derick brassard scores again. the flyers lose 5-2. they've lost eight of nine. the coach has tried benching players. nothing is working right now. >> you know, skate. we are slower everywhere. that's the problem. he can't score goals for us. >> got to pan up and go win hockey games. >> penn state finishes their regular season at 6-6. their first non-winning season in ten years. bad start against michigan state.
opening kickoff here. r.j. shelton, 90 yards for the touchdown. it takes 14 seconds to quiet happy valley. and then we're going to jump to the end of the half. penn state is driving. christian hackenburg looking for the end zone. this is going to go off chris godwin's hands. intercepted. nittany lions lose 34-10. but christian hackenburg remains committed to penn state. >> this is where i'm at, this is where i am to be. a team that i love, guys i love, university i love to be at. wouldn't rather be anywhere else. >> villanova will host liberty next saturday in the second round of their playoffs. temple hosting cincinnati at the link. second quarter, trouble for the owls here. p.j. walker rolling out. he loses the football. the bearkats would turn that into a touchdown. and temple loses 14-6. they're 5-5. so they need a win at tulane next week to be bowl eligible.
division two, second round playoffs, westchester led concord at the half, but in the second, all concord. westchester loses. concord will face bloomsburg next week. second round of the division three playoffs. widener beats christopher newport, so the pride will face lindfield next saturday. st. joe's prep and pensbury both win, so they're going to meet in the state semifinals next saturday. college hoops. la salle facing vanderbilt. look at the referee. rick crawford accidentally got whacked in the head. trainers and medical staff attended to him for ten minutes. he apparently is doing okay now. la salle lost that game to vanderbilt. penn lost to wagner. i'm john clark. enjoy your sunday. searching for shane. after 21-year-old shane montgomery vanished without a trace on wednesday night into thursday morning, people
continue to look for him. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in manayunk with more on the search effort. >> reporter: this has been hard on his parents and also his friends. how they are spending this thanksgiving holiday weekend looking for him. that's coming up. and our weather pattern is changing. we're heading above average. i'm tracking how warm we'll get today and what to expect as you head back to work tomorrow.
"nbc 10 news" starts now. >> it's been more than three days and still no sign of a student from westchester university who went missing after a night out with friends in manayunk. why his family is asking search volunteers to stay home today. he says he doesn't want to put other officers at risk. ferguson police officer darren wilson is walking away from his job. we'll have more on his decision to leave the force. let's take a live look outside right now, down the shore in cape may, new jersey, where it's chilly out there this morning, but it's already warmer than it's been the last few days. good morning. welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's 6:00 on this sunday. let's get right to the weather with first alert meteorologist brittney shipp. a lot of ups and downs in the forecast.