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a steel beam to show further damage. >> reporter: wilson is charged with fraud and corruption. the other ten are charged with corruption. >> they knew what they were getting into. >> reporter: now, whelan also says there were instances where people brought their cars in and he fears that the damage wasn't completely fixed. he's encouraging those who took their cars to that auto body repair shop have their cars checked out by another mechanic. "nbc10 news." what a day it is. spring snow this morning as you see to the left in pennsauken camden county. a few hours later, much better conditions in delaware county. we found these people on jackson street where it felt a little more like spring. more spring snow could be on the way. >> say it ain't so. nbc10 first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here.
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>> snow at this time of the year often melts as it falls. that is what would be happening during the day tomorrow. don't be surprised if there are some snowflakes tomorrow. we'll show you more in just a minute. we finally have some sunshine out there. after some snow this morning, hard to believe, that we're closer to 60 degrees. 56 in philadelphia. 42 in mt. pocono. and in the upper 50s in southern delaware. so, it has warmed up pretty nicely. we have some clouds moving in from the north and west. a couple of sprinkles up in central pennsylvania but they may not make it very far. the sun starts to set in a couple hours. as we go through tonight, expect it to be dry. the wind is up there now. it's gusting near 30 miles an hour. it will be diminishing through the evening. 47 degrees by 10:00. less wind than today. this is the next system that's coming in.
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it's going to affect us during the day tomorrow. more on the timing and temperatures there with the seven-day in a few minutes. with rain and snow on the way, be sure to keep tab on the changing weather when we're not on the air for you. our first alert weather teamworks around the clock, sending out alerts on the "nbc10 news" for your smartphones and tablets. we're following developing news out of maryland where there's been a deadly shooting outside of ft. meade. two men disguised as women tried to enter the nsa facility in a stolen car. a guard fired on the men. one suspect was killed. so far investigators aren't saying what happened to the second suspect but the fbi says the incident is not believed to be related to terrorism. a sexual assault reported on the campus of lehigh university. authorities say a woman told them she was attacked early friday morning inside the richards residence hall. the woman is not a student. she told police her attacker is
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someone she knows and there have been no arrests. now to an arrest in the case of a peeping too many in a target store. police in abington made an arrest. he allegedly returned to the store a few days ago, carrying a pen with a built-in video camera. police tell us the man may have been doing the same thing at the store as far back as november. target employees called 911 after they say they spotted him near the dressing room. abington police want anyone who thinks they were a victim to give them a call. prominent bucks county family at the center of a $20 million insurance fraud scheme went before a judge today. the judge will determine if there's enough evidence to but claire and three of her relatives on trial. she is the alleged mastermind of an insurance scheme that financed an extravagant lifestyle that involved three fires in five years at the family's mansion in new hope. today nbc10's deanna durante tried to ask the family about
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the charges. >> reporter: anything to say to the attorney general that brought these charges? your investigator says they're ridiculous. >> we don't have any comment. >> the hearing expected to last all week. new information about the shooting death of an off-duty darby bureau police officer. they now have the one-time girlfriend in custody. sources tell nbc10 sources all expect to charge finch with the shooting death of officer hudson, who was shot in the death with his own service revolver in darby township saturday. sources tell us he and finch had a history of domestic violence problems. hudson was also a volunteer firefighter. new information on the co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing the plane in the french alps. andreas lubitz was treated for suicidal tendencies several
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years ago before becoming a pilot. meanwhile authorities are still trying to identify the 150 people killed when the germanwings plane slammed into that mountain last week. workers with back hoes and tractors are clearing a road to the remote crash site. two of the three americans killed in the crash were emily selke and her mother yvonne. emily graduated from drexel university in 2013. her mom was a delaware county native who graduated from spring hill high school in 1975. a cyber attack still has the rutgers university computer network partially crippled this afternoon. university officials say the attack began friday interrupted internet service. the internet was slow and sometimes not available at all on campus over the weekend. now, there's no evidence any confidential information was compromised. a university spokesman says the system is now working on campus but university servers were not available this morning to users who are off campus. oepgs statements are under way in the corruption trial of six former philadelphia narcotic
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officers. they are accused of beating up drug dealers and stealing their cash and drugs. their arrests led to dozens of convictions being overturned. the trial is expected to last about ten weeks. a police officer's home from the hospital after authorities say he was hit by an impaired driver in bucks county. we first brought you this at breaks news last night at 11:00. officer lundqvist stopped a car on route 1 late last night, when another driver rear-ended his cruiser and pushed it into the stopped car. lundqvist hurt his arm in the crash and authorities are waiting for blood test results before they decide if any charges will be filed. a philadelphia taxi driver is in custody on suspicion of dui after leading police on a chase. police say they saw the driver asleep in his cab along delaware avenue. officers thought he was having a medical emergency so they broke one of the taxi's windows. they say that's when the driver woke up, took off, driving the wrong way, eventually crashing into a fence.
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new information about efforts to replace a van stolen from the family of a south jersey teen with special needs. m.j. guzman's family has received $9300 in donations since we first told you about this crime on thursday. last week a thief stole their medical transport van. earlier this month m.j. testified against the drunk driver who put him in a wheelchair and killed his best friend. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with this now. a local man under arrest and charged with the murder of a newborn baby girl. that baby just 9 weeks old. >> investigators say the infant had head injuries. nbc10 south jersey reporter cydney long is in millville. >> reporter: police tell me the 911 call they received early friday morning was that the baby was not breathing. and unresponsive. the police station here in millville is about four minutes from the house, so they responded quickly.
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an infant girl is dead and 33-year-old manual mikes is behind bars, charged with her murder. he was allegedly sleeping with the infant when he found her unresponsive. police were led to believe initially the child may have suffocated. mikes told them he performed cpr. it was only later determined by the medical examiner that the 9-week-old suffered blunt force trauma to the back of her head. he was charged with murder and the case is still being investigated. neighbors, meantime witnessed a tremendous amount of police and ambulances swarming the home. police also confirmed the baby's mother was not at home at the time but an older child was there, getting ready for school. some neighbors tell me they are heart broken over this child's death. they did not even realize that the mother was pregnant. in the meantime mikes is being held on $1 million bail. he will appear before the judge in bridgeton, cumberland county tomorrow morning. from millville, cydney long, "nbc10 news."
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breaking news out of houston houston, texas where police are chasing this driver right here in a pickup moving through now a residential area passing right in front of that house there in what looked to be a cul-de-sac. this moved from a highway to this residential area. it's been going on for some time. it's unclear exactly why police are pursuing that pickup truck. as you see now, looks like it may be coming to an end. it looks like the suspect now out of the vehicle and on foot. running through neighborhood yards there. watching this man in the blue top and shorts jumping over bushes. obviously trying to elude police who have been chasing him for some time in houston. at the bottom of the screen just now we saw what looks to be -- if that's the suspect, he has changed his shirt or taken off his shirt. that also could be -- it's hard from this vantage point to tell if that's the suspect or a resident of that home there.
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police out of houston, texas, pursuing a man first in a pick pickup truck. you see the police car in front of this home here. we're watching this unfold live for you. police in this neighborhood obviously they're not taking that person into custody. >> looks like the homeowner there. the person we watched hop out of that truck perhaps, ran into the home or behind the home. >> yes. >> the timing on this is amazing. just as we took this shot, that's when you saw the truck that was being pursued by police pull up to this house, went across the cul-de-sac there -- >> watching these officers in uniform. >> circling around this one house, which leads you to believe that maybe that's where that guy who hopped out of the car and then fled on foot, maybe he's holed up somewhere in that house or behind the house. >> yeah. and it seemed as we watched that -- it looked to be a female. i'm not sure. looked to be a woman there. looked like she came out of the house very frightened. obviously, we don't have any information on what exactly
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began all of, this but it started on the highway in houston, texas. also unclear what neighborhood we're talking about in houston. >> of course because these pictures are coming from houston, texas, we don't have control of the helicopter shot there to tell them to zoom in or pull out. so, we're bringing you the feed that's coming to us live from houston. we will, of course stay on top of this story. >> we'll bring you any updates on this as we get them coming out of houston, texas, a police chase there. while we keep an eye on that story, a handful of students walked out of class in montgomery county this morning. it was a real show of support for victims in the wake of a nude photo scandal at north penn high school. authorities tell us they also wanted to show support for the girls who were violated. police and the montgomery county's d.a.'s office are investigating. photos and videos of women appeared on the file-sharing site dropbox. >> i continue to urge anyone with knowledge that would contribute to the investigation
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of such activity to directly contact his or her local police department. >> so far, no one's been charged. a bike ride to reduce gun violence made a stop in wilmington today. the gun control advocates, part of the third annual bike ride from newtown, connecticut, to washington, d.c. each rider represents one of the 26 children and teachers killed in the 2012 shooting at newtown, sandy hook elementary school. they're remembering those lost. the cyclists also drawing attention to a campaign to require all gun buyers to go through a background check. they also want a ban on high-capacity magazines. sandy hook was a really bad day. that's like a weekend in chicago. and there have been 50 gun deaths in wilmington alone since sandy hook. we have to come to a place where america comes together and reduces the risk of gun violence. >> the ride will end at steps of
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the capitol in washington. eight people are dead after a crash involving a church van in florida. authorities say the van ran a stop sign and landed in a canal in moore haven, in southwestern florida. the van was full of church members heading back from a convention in ft. myers. among those killed was a 4-year-old. the driver also died. ten other people right now are hurt. the call came into police just after midnight. police aren't sure why the driver ran through the stop sign. the defense took over today in the boston marathon bombing trial. in opening statements dzhokhar tsarnaev's lawyer admitted his client was involved in the bombing but he told jurors tsarnaev's older brother was the mastermind. prosecutors rested their case against dzhokhar tsarnaev with autopsy photographs of the three people killed in the marathon bombing. jurors also heard testimony from survivors who lost their limbs in the attack. secretary of defense ashton carter was in our area today. he visited his alma mater to
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discuss the future of the american military with local students. carter chose abington senior high school on his first stop. he graduated from the school there in 1972. today carter told students how roles for soldiers are changing. he emphasized how the military is evolving. we're going to keep making sure that anyone who's willing and able to serve their country has the full and equal opportunity to do so. whether you're man or woman, gaishgs lesbian or straight. >> thousands students teachers and local leaders taepded today's speech. carter also outlined other possible changes, including allowing older people to enlist or rejoin the military creating new programs to help pay off student debt and doing more to allow sabbaticals for service members. high-tech math heb help to students on the way in philadelphia.
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sheridan elementary in kensington announced a grant at the school today. that grant will give access to thousands more students to a math software program developed by the mind research institute. that program helps kids with math concepts by using puzzles. several philadelphia schools already use it. after that very cold weekend, we started off with snow at philadelphia international, 0.50. we'll track rain and snow for tomorrow as well. a huge contrast in temperatures expected tomorrow. it will be cold in some areas and warm in others and everybody's going to be warm by the end of the week. we have clouds out there with a mix of clouds and sun. you can see some blue in that sky occasionally. 56 degrees, gusts 24 miles an hour. it has been gusting to 30 miles
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an hour during the afternoon. generally in the low to mid-fifrts. pretty close to average. but considering what we've been through the last few days, it feels a whole lot warmer than that. so this is not necessarily a trend for the next couple days. tomorrow should be feeling pretty cool, at least in parts of the area. we're generally 10 to 15 degrees warmer than at this time yesterday. in dover delaware 16 degrees warmer than at this time yesterday. we have a west wind now bringing in dryer air and bringing in some cooler air eventually. 30-mile-an-hour gusts in lancaster. 32 in allentown. 24-mile-an-hour wind gusts in philadelphia. this is what the radar looked like at 4:00 in the morning. look at the area of snow. so several places at least saw some but that has moved out. now we're left with just a few sprinkles in central pennsylvania. back to the west, there's that next area.
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coming into wisconsin and about to hit chicago. it's not a huge storm or anything. the timing is kind of in our favor, if you don't want to see any more snow. because we're not going to be seeing it during the nighttime hours. here we are, 7 a.m. tomorrow nothing. by 11 a.m. we start getting the precipitation. but the sun angle is to high it's really hard to get snow. it's got to be coming down hard to change from rain to snow. that area pretty impressive in central pennsylvania. as we go through the afternoon it may have trouble going farther south in the lehigh valley, let's say. but if it lasts until sunset or so maybe a little later than this computer model suggests it's possible we could see snow down to the philadelphia area. at least for a brief period of time. they're not expecting it to accumulate on any surfaces other
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than the grass, but it's a little too much to still have snow in the forecast for a lot of people. clearing and less wind tonight. 37 for the low in philadelphia. 30 north and west. tomorrow kind of a rainy day but a mixture with snow in the lehigh valley, poconos, maybe even north of the pennsylvania turnpike at some point. temperatures ranging from 40 north to 62 south across our area. breezy and chilly on wednesday. look how much it warms up toward the end of the week. we're way up in the 60s. showers on good friday. and then colder weather over the weekend. the nachls of two people killed in a small plane crash yesterday in chester county are still a mystery. the faa and the national transportation safety board are looking into the cause of yesterday's crash. it went down moments after taking off from brandywine airport in west goshen township. the pilot and passenger died. the plane crashed into a wooded area not far from houses and a senior apartment complex. today nbc10 delaware bureau
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reporter tim furlong takes us to a local aviation school. that's where the focus is on safety in smael planes especially when it comes to airports and residential areas. >> airport is over this way. >> reporter: kevin lives near the delaware air park in cheswald where lots of people learn to fly small planes. >> i see them all the time. i'm amazed how low they get. >> reporter: delaware state university has 11 planes here for its aviation students. when it comes to safety they don't mess around here. they practice plenty down on the ground in the simulator. >> that bare met rick or radar? >> reporter: instructors say it's safe to live near here or other small airports. the likelihood of something going wrong are statistically very low. >> it's very slim, yes. i wouldn't be -- i would live near an airport with my own family. i'm not that fearful of something happening. >> reporter: a big part of the
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flight training focuses on what to do if something bad happens, say, the engine shuts down. they want the pilots to have a plan "b" to keep the airport, their passengers and people on the ground safe. >> we tell our pilots to reset the aircraft look for a suitable landing site and do their best to avoid any damage. >> reporter: but you see stories like the one from chester county over the weekend and that gets some neighbors thinking about that miniscule chance for that worst case scenario. >> this is home so we're just hoping and praying. >> reporter: tim furlong, "nbc10 news." he wasn't going to fare too well much longer. >> stuck in this muddy lake for two hours, rescue crews could only do so much to get him out. coming, how his dog saved his life. flood insurance rates jumped for people across our area. we're finding out who will get hit with higher bills and why. coming right up on "nbc10 news."
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passover begins friday. today people in need got help to prepare for that holiday. handed out free food vouchers to bus loads of shoppers at this food rite. it allowed people to buy food for passover which is often more expensive than what they normally buy. >> these are people that we know and that have come to us all year and we know they are in need personally and that's why we provide for them. >> passover holiday lasts eight days ending saturday april 11th. helping people with disabilities find work, that's the mission of a new program announced today in new jersey. the new jersey career transitional education program is an online program aimed at helping people who live in institutions get jobs. officials say the funding they have will now provide assistance to about 20 people. the money will help cover the cost of tuition as well as loan them laptops to take the courses. owning property at the jersey shore about to get more
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expensive. the one big cost that's about to climb for thousands of homeowners who have homes or vacation properties near the beach. recapping one of our top stories today. a baby murder investigation in south jersey. this millville man is in custody today, charged with killing his 9-week-old stepdaughter. the infant had blunt force injuries to the back of her head snoop. later, the price of admission admission. why a ticket alone won't be enough to get you into citizens bank park to see your fighting phils this season. we're seeing pretty nice conditions outside right now, but i am tracking spring snow at least for parts of the area in my exclusive nbc10 seven-day forecast. ♪ i am never getting married. never. psssssh. guaranteed. you picked a beautiful ring. thank you. we're never having kids. mmm-mmm. breathe.
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would be mild across much of our area. nbc10 here where a few folks were checking off their grocery list. some of you will see snow tomorrow depending on where you live. nbc10 chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here with the first alert forecast. >> not unusual to see snow this time of the year. tell us what to expect. >> as a matter of fact about 100 years ago on april the 4th -- wait a minute -- 19 inches of snow. >> whoa. >> that's worth talking about. >> that's worth talking about. >> this time of year, it can snow. especially here in the pocono mountains. this is the french manor. cloud qul skies now. could very well see accumulating snow during the day tomorrow. only 42 degrees there now.
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low to mid-50s across much of the area. high 50s in dover and in georgetown delaware it could be near 60 degrees there tomorrow. you can see some clouds generally fair weather clouds across the region. nothing more than a couple sprinkles in central pennsylvania now. they shouldn't be bothering anybody. as we go through the evening, so it's pretty decent. the wind will be diminishing. and the temperature going down. but not nearly as cold as what we saw over the weekend. we saw some places as low as the teens. but that system we are seeing near chicago will be coming into pennsylvania tomorrow. more on the timing and what to expect with that in the seven-day in a new minutes. thousands at the jersey shore are about to take a big hit to their wallet. >> two years after superstorm sandy, the cost of the aftermath is still adding up. ted greenberg live this afternoon. >> having property at the shore is about to get more expensive when it comes to flood insurance? >> reporter: yeah and flood
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insurance rates for a house like this will be dramatically more expensive compared to those that have been lifted high off the ground. but everyone with flood insurance will still have to pay more. >> they haven't even recovered what they went through. >> reporter: 2 1/2 years after hurricane sandy swamped their home christine's elderly parents are being hit with a new wave of worries b how high their flood insurance rates will climb. >> they can't live here. they can't afford the insurance. >> reporter: the changes start coming on wednesday, april 1st. as flood insurance policies come up for renewal, new federal guidelines will tack on surcharges. $25 for year-round homeowners. $250 for houses not used ads as a primary residence and businesses. >> just a phase-in of new premiums that will take place over the next five to ten years. >> reporter: the president of thomas heisth insurance says when you combine the surcharges with new rate increases, flood
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insurance premiums will spike on average between 15% to 37%. depending on which flood zone a house is located in and how high it is. >> the people whose home is lowest to the ground they're going to pay the most. >> if it goes up too much, i won't be able to afford it. >> reporter: the steeper prices as a result of the homeowner insurance affordability act of 2014 aimed at phasing out subsidized policies which didn't provide enough money to cover staggering losses from hurricane sandy and katrina. >> fema is about $25 billion in debt so we know they're not collecting enough in premium. >> reporter: experts tell me you can usually lower your premiums by elevating air conditioning units so they're high off the ground and adding special flood vents to your home. i'm ted greenberg, "nbc10 news." here are some of the stories making headlines on "nbc10 news"
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at 4:00. a body shop bust in darby, delaware county. prisoners say the owner, frank wilson charged insurance companies for work he either didn't do or created even more damage to cars in order to get a bigger payout. wilson is charged with fraud and corruption. ten others who worked with him also face charges. there's been a deedly shooting outside the nsa. driver accelerated toward an nsa police car. police open fire, killing one of the men. the other in the hospital. a police officer is also in the hospital. new information on the co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a passenger plane in the french alps. prosecutors revealed today that andreas lieu pits was treated for suicidal tendencies several years ago before becoming a a lot. meanwhile, authorities are still trying to identify the 150 people killed when the germanwings plane slammed into a mountain last week. talk about an irony here.
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a falling headstone killed a man who was visiting a gravesite in northeastern pennsylvania. the 74-year-old from scranton and his wife were decorating a grave when the headstone fell. emergency responders arrived too late to save him. police have not released the man's name. elsewhere police have charged a dell man with two violent attacks in the same night. one victim a woman in her 80s. they say jerome roach approached the 80-year-old as she walked outside her home punched her in the face. after bringing the man in police determined he was the same guy involved in a fight in the parking lot of a nearby walmart. roach remains behind bars tonight. philadelphia police say this man pulled a knife on a septa bus driver on march 21st. the man boarded the route 23 bus to germantown. when the driver asked him to move so passengers could walk by, the man became angry, pulled a knife and then threatened the driver. no one was hurt. if you recognize this man, call police. a man is facing attempted murder charges after a woman was
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found stabbed several times in a south jersey home. 58-year-old christopher delzel is held on $250,000 bail. a woman was stabbed six times in the stomach in a home in brick township. officers found the man sitting in a bedroom inside the home covered in blood. the woman right now is in critical condition. we all know that dogs are also known as man and woman's best friends. >> absolutely. for one man, his dog is his savior. we have the video to prove it. >> couldn't fare too well much longer out there. >> rover to the rescue. one man's near-death experience trapped in cold water and mud. how one four-legged creature made all the difference when seconds mattered. and next, bucks and the brain. nbc10 with the new findings on how much parents earn and the impact that has on your child's mind.
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what a headache. jetblue says a computer outage that caused delays for thousands of passengers this morning, has been resolved. long lines of jetblue passengers formed at airports across the country, including boston's logan airport, ft. lauderdale airport. employees had to manually check in passengers. bigger paycheck for parents could mean bigger brains for kids. a new study found the larger a family's income the larger a surface area the child's brain. a larger surface area is often associated with increased intelligence. experts say a family's income does not cause permanent damage to a child's brain development. a lot of people like to brag about their dogs. >> i know you do. >> you do, too.
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>> i do, you're right. but not many can claim their pooch actually saved their lives. today the canine caught on camera showing no fear treading into a dangerous situation just to save his owner waist deep in water and mud. some areas saw snow overnight and there could be some more coming this way. snow, rain and then warmer temperatures. see how warm all ahead in my exclusive "nbc10 news" seven-day forecast.
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man's best friend pulls his weight and a rope to save his owner's life in ohio. the dog braved fridged waters
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all to reach his stranded owner. the man was stuck in mud while hunting. the water was too shallow for a boat, so crews sent in a dog with the rope. >> it's a very good ching he had his cell phone, considering he was -- he was in the mud and water up to about his chest, about 33 degrees. so, he wasn't going to fare too well much longer out there. >> wow. one rescue worker used the rope to reach the man. the others pulled them both to safety. the man is okay, thanks to his dog. president obama, vice president biden and other dig any taerts traveled to boston to honor late senator kennedy. >> they opened the kennedy institute. nbc10 national correspondent brian mooar has the story from washington. ♪ >> reporter: in boston american political leaders present and past gathered together to
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dedicate an institute. the late senator ted kennedy. >> and ted understood the only point of running for office was to get something done. not to posture. not to sit there, worrying about the next election. >> reporter: kennedy, who died in 2009 served nearly a half century in the u.s. senate. a liberal lion remembered for finding a way not just to work with but win over republicans. >> he knew how to give and take and get a result. >> but i have no doubt the place would be a little more productive and a lot more fun if he were there. >> reporter: they joined ted kennedy's family in dedicating a $78 million facility that will bear his name. the edward m. kennedy institute for the united states senate. it includes a life-size replica of the senate chamber and of kennedy's office as well as memorabilia. but organizers hope this building will capture and help carry on senator ted kennedy's spirit of leadership and legislation.
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brian mooar, "nbc10 news." well it was a mighty cold weekend. we had snow flurries on saturday in parts of the area including cape may. some snow in some areas this morning. we're tracking snow and rain for some areas tomorrow as well. there's going to be a huge contrast in temperatures across the area tomorrow. some places are going to be cold. but some places are going to be warm. right across our region. a warmer end to the work week for everybody. a mix of sun and clouds out there right now. we've been inside of 57. we're 56 now. 16, gusting to 24 miles an hour. and 57 so far today. about 49 tomorrow. 50 wednesday. then we jump up. so just wait a couple days, till the end of the week. we definitely have warmer air coming in. right now we're generally in the
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50s. low 50s to the north. upper 50s to the south. it's not a whole lot of difference. 5, 6 degree difference. tomorrow there may be a 20-degree difference from north to south. west winds pretty gusty this afternoon, up to 32 miles an hour in allentown. 29 in northeast philly. it will not be nearly as windy tonight. this is what the radar looked like at 4 a.m. when you saw some snow even down in philadelphia. officially in philly it snowed. here comes a few sprinkles. that's about it for anything that's left. in our area. in is the area coming our way next. about to hit chicago. moving pretty fast. not a real strong storm or anything. and being so late in the season, we have the sun's rays on our side. that is unless you want snow. there's 8 a.m. the morning rush looks generally dry. by late morning, a little bit of rain, may change over to snow.
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if it starts coming down hard enough, it will bring some colder air down from higher up. the best chance of that is in the poconos. second best chance lehigh valley. third best chance higher elevations and areas north of the pennsylvania turnpike. and if it last until after, say, sunset 7 closhgs 7:30 it could change over to snow even into the philadelphia area. something we have to watch. take a look at the contrast here. 36 degrees for the high tomorrow in mt. pocono. 40 in allentown. 40 in reading and quakertown. down to 47 in trenton. 49 in mt. holly. and 60 in southern delaware with some 50s and rain to the south. like i said a huge temperature contrast across the area 49 degrees in westchester. a tricky forecast. clearing with less wind. 37 for the low in philadelphia. 30 north and west. during the day tomorrow kind of
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a rainy day but mixed with snow in the lehigh valley especially poconos. poconos could see accumulation in this. temperatures ranging from 40 to 62. the seven-day forecast breezy and chilly wednesday. then we start warming up. by the end of the week we're into the upper 60s. good friday, start of passover. then colder winds coming in on saturday. a little on the chilly side for easter sunday but for now it looks to be dry. gets a little quieter weather pattern after tomorrow. >> we keep getting the taste of warmer weather and then chilly behind it. >> we'll get increasing taste of that until it's here for good. >> maybe by july. >> i think the pattern will change. maybe around april 10th or so. much warmer pattern. >> we'll hold you to it. >> sign right here. speaking of july the boys of summer will be heading north soon. >> that's right. you won't get to see the
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phillies in person unless you do something you may not have done before at the ballpark. >> it's good they're doing it but like i said it's a shame it's come down to it. >> it's a sign of the times that will bring a whole new dimension to america's favorite pastime. on "nbc10 news" at 5:00 income ipnequality in the city of brotherly love. where philadelphia ranks.
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going to the ballpark will be a lot like a trip to the airport. nbc10 will air the phils' home opener a week from now. >> before the fans get to see the home team in action they have to go through a new layer of stadium security. live look at citizens bank park
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where it's quiet now but things will be jumping next monday. >> the new security measures include metal defecttectors installed. now everyone is going into the stadium will get screened starting with friday's on-deck series. rosemary connors got a glimpse of the new security measures and tells us what fans can expect. >> reporter: when fans arrive at the ballpark this season, they'll see these signs at every gate indicating they can't come in unless they go through the metal detector. >> it's good their going through it but it's a shame it's come down to it. >> reporter: the home opener around the corner phillies fans are getting their tickets and getting used to the idea of extra security. >> i actually think it's a great idea. there's a lot going on in the world right now. i have two little kids myself. >> we want our fans to allow for a little bit of extra time. >> reporter: if the metal detector goes off, then security will break out the wand.
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anything prohibited in your pockets, say, like a pocketknife, will have to either go back in your car or in the trash. >> i don't really feel not safe in this stadium. i mean these are baseball fans. >> reporter: what about the boston marathon bombing, though. that was a sporting event. >> that's true. i will find it annoying. i'm not saying it's not the right thing to do but it will personally annoy me. >> reporter: purses and bags will still get checked but major league baseball added the metal detectors because of what happened in boston. >> you don't have to take off your belt and shoes. only large items. cell phones cameras and keys are what we're asking them to take out of their pockets. >> it's a wonder nothing has happened already. >> reporter: for many safety is just as important as having fun. reporting live from citizens bank park rosemary connors, "nbc10 news." nbc10 is your home for the phillies home opener. join jacqueline london and keith jones for a welcome home phillies a week from today. our pregame coverage live from
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the ballpark at 2:00. the game gets under way at 3:00. "nbc10 news" at 5:00 is next. here's jacqueline london. >> hopefully the weather will be good, but rain or shine, we'll be there. all new, tracking rain and snow. sheena? >> that's right. so, tomorrow some of you could be looking at snow showers. coming up, i'll show you the timing on that and how warm we'll get later this week. and take a good look at this septa passenger. police need your help finding him. what he's accused of doing to the bus driver. that's next on "nbc10 news" at 5:00.
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signs of spring. a sunny monday in montgomery county. flowers for sale and shoppers buying gardening supplies in lansdale. >> the supplies you're seeing right here on the nbc10 radar tell a different story. this system will bring rain and snow to some parts of your area tomorrow. also going to bring a dramatic temperature shift as well. >> sheena parveen is here. not everyone will be getting snow, right? >> not everybody will be seeing the snow that's right. we'll have quite a temperature difference from north to south. that's going to be setting up for tomorrow. ahead of that for this evening, we're fairly dry but we'll still see the wind around before we see that rain moving in tomorrow, late on tonight, though, the winds will be
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diminishing. a live look at center city. mix of sun and clouds out there. as we go through the rest of the evening, the clouds will start to break up. temperatures mostly staying in the 50s to start off your evening. starting tomorrow morning into the afternoon, we have rain moving in some parts of the area. we'll be seeing snow showers, too. not everybody, though. coming up, we'll take a closer look at the timing. who can expect the snow and the big difference in temperatures straight ahead. to our other big story this evening. the investigation into the death of an infant. just 9 weeks old. >> the suspect is the baby's stepfather. police say this looks like an accident at first. cydney long is live in millville to explain for us. >> reporter: jacqueline, i can tell you the home where that 911 call rang in from is only about four minutes from the police parking lot. detectives tell me they arrived extremely quickly. when they did, they found this


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