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cameras from spring garden street. this is approaching girard avenue. police activity on the scene. one vehicle involved. they're taking out this right-hand shoulder as well. still an 11-minute drive time if you are headed past the scene westbound from the vine street expressway up towards the blue route. no real problems. just something to watch out for. heading out on 95 northbound or southbound, those drive times haven't budged ten minutes from 295 up to 495. we are still watching this road closure in honey brook on twin county road. both directions closed between ash road and 322. you can see all the cars are green and moving through the area. 322 itself isn't closed. that's a great alternate. no problems for new jersey transit, septa or patco. new from overnight, philadelphia police are investigating a shotting.
somebody shot a man at croskey and berk street around midnight in philadelphia. no arrests in this case. police are trying to figure out what happened during a home invasion in west oak lane. authorities say two men were armed with guns when they demanded money inside a home on cornelius street. when they were searching the home, two shots were fired. no one was hurt. no arrests here either. two families and a firefight rer in the hospital after getting sick from carbon monoxide fumes. it happened on island avenue in southwest philadelphia. investigators tell us an older couple left their car running in the garage. the fumes spread through their house and into the row home next door. seven people including a firefighter and two children were taken to presbyterian hospital. everybody is expected to be okay. the bakery behind the bread used for your cheese steak or your hoagy is shutting down and >> amoroso's announced it's
moving to camden county and laying off hundreds of employees. matt delucia is live outside the bakery in southwest philadelphia. you've been talking with workers. this wasn't unexpected but still hard to hear. >> yes, they're disappointed obviously, especially those who have worked here for several decades. the news of the layoffs went out to the workers in a memo on wednesday night. for now, the workers are still coming to work. some 200 workers actually come to the job here every day. this bakery has been around for quite a while. amoroso's says it has outgrown the location on south 55th street. they bought a facility in belmar two years ago. the reason for the layoffs, a new company is being formed with the move. the positions will be terminated. the people who work here now will have to interview for the new jobs. the workers i've been talking with, most of them have a positive outlook. they tell me this was not a complete surprise but workers
had a feeling this time would come. >> the end is finally here. they talked about it for the last three, four years and now it's finally here. so we have to find another job, another way to feed our families. >> life goes on. i can't change what's going to happen. you have to move on with your life. just thank jesus you had a job. i had a job. i have to move on. >> the layoffs of these some 200 workers won't start until october. once that happens, the men you heard from are done. they doubt they'll be re-applying to work in new jersey. amoroso's was a new jersey company to start with. the first baking operation was opened in camden in 1904 moving to philly 101 years ago. now it is heading back. live in southwest philly, matt delucia nbc 10 news. a road rage attack caught on camera. just watch as the guy takes out
a baseball bat and starts swinging. it happened just before midnight tuesday night in north philadelphia. the man attacks, smashing windows and beating the woman. the suspect's mother thinks she must have angered the driver a few blocks back. >> they breaked all the windows. >> the suspect then leaves in a dark suv. the victim was rushed to the hospital. her family says she has a broken wrist and hopes somebody recognizes the man or the suv he was driving. philadelphia police are searching for the man who chased and attacked the woman in queen village. this happened last friday. police just released the surveillance video yesterday. in the distance you see the man slam the woman to the ground on passyunk avenue. this morning, the family mourning the death of an 11-year-old boy from delaware
county still has many unanswered questions. laquan lattimore left his block monday afternoon, he ended up two miles away dead in darnby creek. the medical examiner has ruled his death an accidental drowning. that's what police know. what they don't know is what happened to lattimore's bike and backpack or who was with him. and they can't explain why the nonswimmer would have gotten into the murky fast-moving water. >> there's a lot to be investigated. a lot of people to be looked at. we just don't believe it happened the way it did. >> everything is just like you know, in riddles. >> despite the confusing question, police do not believe foul play is related to this death. investigators tell us that whoever was with laquan when this happened is not in trouble. police would just like to talk to that person to get answers for his family. 6:05. the papal planning has entered a
new phase. now that people know the scope of the road closures around the area they're trying to figure out what happens next, which includes business owners who will have to plan for the traffic changes. most of the people we talked to in manayunk say they'll try to tough it out. >> probably be closed at the center city location. this one, it's open man. >> i think we'll get a lot of traffic. people biblg ingking using the toe path to get here conshohocken into center city. >> remember you won't be able to get to manayunk via the schuylkill expressway because it will be shut down between plymouth meeting to south philly. remember this three square mile traffic box in philly you'll be able to leave if you want to go to manayunk but you can't get back into that boxed area. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> it's six minutes after 6:00 and we are seeing sunrise this morning. some areas are already drying out. still a few sprinkles in
delaware and south jersey. gusty winds as we go into the afternoon will help with the drying process. the weekend is looking dry and warm with lots of sunshine for saturday and sunday. right now, sunshine coming up and we're seeing some breaks of sunshine in the pocono mountains, 56 degrees there, northeast philadelphia 67 and atlantic city still looking at cloudy skies. the clouds are breaking over lake wallenpaupack. that's a view from the pocono mountains with sunshine. it will be in the upper 70s in the mountains today. we'll see the rain come to an end. still some scattered light showers in delaware and south jersey. but not looking impressive at all. the heavy rain is missing the entire area. sunshine won't be missing for long. 78 degrees in mt. pocono 80s for allentown quakertown and reading. clouds bra ek in allentown.
sunshine peeking through for cape may and inland. the humidity that's high this morning will be dropping as the day goes on. the temperatures will be climbing this weekend. 87 with lots of sunshine on sun. mostly sunny for sunday 88 degrees. good news here is that the humidity for both days is going to stay low. but that changes next week. the seven-day forecast, the timing of the next round of wet weather when i come back in ten minutes. 6:08 on this friday. at least for most drivers it will be a rain-free commute. jessica boyington is watching all of our cameras for you so you know what you'll face. jessica? >> we do have really relatively light friday morning but that's typical on a shore weekend. we typically see that lighter volume volume. we still have accidents to deal
with. one here on the schuylkill expressway approaching girard avenue. you can see the police activity on the scene. they're not taking out any lanes, trying to get this out of the way. not a lot of traffic scooting by the scene. still an you're headed westbound from the vine street expressway out towards the blue route. you can see right here, all the cars are green and moving we have no problems there. at the most it will take you 22 minutes from route 1 up towards valley forge. if you have to head into philadelphia or back over into new jersey, no problems on the tac pal, the ben or the betty. we launched skyforce 10 to check out this fire on fair green lane. it started a few minutes before 6:00. no reports of injuries. you can see the smoke coming from the roof there. we'll continue to follow this breaking news and have new information as soon as we get it. new jersey governor chris christie was involved in a shouting match during last
night's republican debate. >> when you're sitting in the subcommittee, just blowing hot air about this you can say things like that. >> we'll hear the rest of the exchange with kentucky senator rand paul over national security. donald trump slammed rosie o'donnell and she responds. plus jon stewart signs off. we'll show you the farewell for the long-time "daily show" host.
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you call women you don't like fat pigs dogs slobs and disgusting animals. your twitter account -- >> only rosie o'donnell. >> that was just one of several comments donald trump made at last night's republican presidential debate that had social media buzzing. trump and o'donnell had a long-standing public feud.
just a few minutes after the comment o'donnell responded on twitter saying "try explaining that to your kids." trump wasn't the only candidate with new jersey ties who had a memorable exchange. governor chris christie slashed with kentucky senator rand paul over the issue of government surveillance programs and the issue of privacy. listen to this. >> you know that's a completely ridiculous answer. i want to collect more records from terrorists but less records from other people. how are you supposed to know megan? >> use the fourth amendment. use the fourth amendment. get a warrant. >> let me tell you something -- >> get a judge to sign a warrant. >> senator -- >> governor christie make your point. >> when you're sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air about this you can say things like this. when you're responsible for protecting the lives of the american people then what you need to do is to make sure that you use the system the way it's supposed to work. >> i don't trust president obama
with our records. i know you gave him a big hug. if you want to give him a big hug again, go right ahead. >> the seven lowest polling candidates participated in another forum earlier in the evening. you can get a complete recap of the debate right now on nbc10.com or tap our nbc 10 news today news app. democrats have released their own debate schedule. there will be six presidential debates. four of them will take place before the iowa caucuses before february 1st. the candidates will face off october 13th in nevada. in november they'll meet up in des moines iowa, then manchester new hampshire in december and next year the debates will move to charleston south carolina miami, florida and wisconsin. 6:15 and 69 degrees outside. getting ready to head out. it is friday. let's hope for a smooth ride to work. >> yes. >> that's what everybody needs, right? what are you seeing, jessica? >> we're still doing okay.
we are watching an accident scene on the schuylkill expressway. right around spring garden street. this has been here for about a half hour or so now. police activity and another vehicle involved. crews on the scene, trying to get them out of the way. traffic still allowed to move through the area. this is right before we start to see the early morning rush. westbound from the vine street expressway up towards the blue route. still a 12-minute trip. 95 if you're heading out the door see the drive times little bit on the southbound side. we're used to that from woodhaven road up towards the vine street expressway we're tacking on five minutes or so. as for mass transit, small delays. new jersey transit, 3811 is 15 minutes late and septa and doylestown train 6512 is about 13 minutes late there as well. watching the scene out in honey brook, twin county road north and southbound is closed due to an accident between 322 and ash
road. take 322 to get by the scene and you'll do just fine. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 17 minutes after 6:00. we've got sunshine breaking through the clouds. you can see a little bit of blue sky breaking through the clouds. this is the view from the nbc 10 studios. the clouds are continuethinning out. 07 degrees, the humidity is dropping and the winds are picking up. we'll see gusty winds this afternoon. plenty of clouds at the shore. this is a live view from cape may. we've seen light rainfall this morning. so far, cape may very few sprinkles in cape may county and delaware, too. that's where clouds are still hanging in there. it's cleared out for allentown, trenton and philadelphia. you're seeing breaks of sunshine and the temperatures will climb back into the 80s this afternoon. as far as showers, just some very isolated showers and very light showers as well. still a few sprinkles in the cape may area and for the delaware beaches.
it's not going to be all day rainfall. the wind that's a different story. that will be picking up. we'll see strongest gusts along the coast. winds gusting to 23 miles an hour at lunch time. some of the gusts moving into philadelphia, too. that will help with the drying out process. a mostly cloudy day at the shore. might see late-day sunshine, 76 on the beach. sunshine is back over the weekend. but gusty winds on saturday, the winds gusting to 25 miles an hour. the winds die down for sunday. temperatures come up with sunshine. looks like a winner on sunday. for philadelphia today and for most of the inland areas, it will be a combination of sunshine and clouds. more sunshine north and west and gusty winds, 80s this afternoon. the winds die down tonight. clouds move out completely and look at that saturday sunny, low humidity. 87 degrees on saturday. a little bit warmer on sunday. plenty of sunshine for sunday. it's monday that we'll see clouds return with a chance of late-day showers and thunderstorms on monday and
tuesday, even more likely we'll get wet weather. it clears out wednesday and thursday. all right, bill thanks. 6:19. jon stewart says good-bye and leaves "the daily show" desk. >> here it is. >> we'll take a look back at last night's farewell to the late-night staple. test results are back on this lake after several kids got sick at camp. we'll tell you what the health department has to say and what it means for the young cammers.
that's our show. i thank you so much for the privilege of being able to perform it for you, for the privilege of being able to do it. so here it is my moment has end. >> you have to figure that's how he'd sign off. new jersey rocker bruce springsteen was there, helping jon stewart say farewell to the "daily show." many other famous faces appeared
on the final fake newscast including presidential hopefuls chris christie hillary clinton and lindsey graham. business will be back to normal at the deptford mall after a muddy mess. skyforce 10 was over the scene of a huge water main break in the parking lot. the break happened around 1:00 yesterday. crews spent the afternoon trying to fix the break and clean up the damage. the mall was back open by about 5:00. camp activities at a burlington county ymca will continue today after concerns over contaminated lake water appear to be resolved. the medford lakes y al lake for test results. the test results came back negative. the campers may have gotten sick from a stomach bug going around. and good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. we're having a slow morning in terms of jams but we do have a
disabled vehicle on 95 right around the vine street expressway. we just had crew on the scene trying to get this guy some help. they pulled out of the way but not a lot of traffic moving by this scene. we'll check in with the schuylkill expressway coming up and check out how that accident scene is doing for cleanup. for now, let's get a check on today's forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> jessica, we're seeing cloudy skies over cape may. we've seen light rainfall in cape may just a fuse showers showing up on the radar screen. it's not going to be an all-day affair. there you can see the radar with light rain for cape may and parts of delaware. a baseball bat road rage attack caught on camera. this morning police are looking for the driver who went after a woman and they hope that this surveillance video will lead them to him.
this is nbc 10 news. right now on nbc 10 news today, baseball bat attack. a road ragence dent is caught on camera. now police need your help tracking down the man who took swing after swing at a woman and her car. a long-time business is heading out of state. what it means for hundreds of workers and the future of the company. we are expecting a nice start to the weekend. not looking bad out there right now. some neighborhoods will have lingering showers before they dry out. good morning, had is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. >> i'm tracy davidson. >> it is just about 6:30. 69 degrees outside. let's find out about today's weather and the weekend with meteorologist bill henley. he's in the first alert weather center. bill? >> we're drying out in philadelphia. still clouds overhead. this is a live view from center city. the shower activity is just to the south in cape may.
a few sprinkles and some isolated showers in delaware and south jersey. and some breaks of sunshine. this view look at the sun coming up this morning. clouds will be thinning out and the temperatures warming up. 79 degrees at 11:00 this morning. with the winds picking up as we head into the afternoon. bright sunshine you'll need sunglasses today. 82 degrees at 2:00 this afternoon and still climbing. your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast when i come back in ten minutes. first let's check in with jessica boyington to get your first alert traffic. >> and bill we have good news on the schuylkill expressway. exactly a moment ago. we had this accident there was a tow truck over here and a police officer put that car on the tow truck and out of the way. still a 12-minute trip. there's not a lot in terms of traffic heading by that area westbound from the vine street expressway up towards the blue route we're doing just fine. so, again, that was around spring garden street. if you are heading out the door on to 422 hardly any increase
there. about a minute difference than the last time average speed 59 miles per hour. if you're headed towards the schuylkill expressway on 422 on the eastbound side you're doing just fine. we are voluntarying problems and delays for septa on the warminster, train 4600 running 44 minutes late and 402 and 4211 those trains are canceled. new from overnight, two families and a firefighter are hospitalized after getting sick from carbon monoxide fumes. it happened on island avenue in southwest philadelphia. investigators tell us an older couple left a car running in the garage and the fumes spread through the building and into the house next door. seven people in all, including the firefighter and two children were taken to presbyterian hospital. everyone is expected to be okay. and in north philadelphia, an 18-year-old man is dead following a shooting. police say the man got into an argument with a woman she lefáç and then came back with a group of friends.
and then she shot the man at croskey and burke streets around midnight. so far with no arrests. police hope this surveillance video will help them catch the person that attacked a driver with a baseball bat during a road rage attack. monique braxton is live at police headquarters with an update on the investigation. >> reporter: they tell us according to the family, the victim suffered a broken wrist. take a look at this video. it shows exactly what she endured. police and the woman's family hope you recognize this bat-wielding attacker. police say the 26-year-old had paused at a stop sign just before the rampage occurred. the attacker smashed windows. she attempts to run but is chased down and beaten again. the attacker is described as a black male about 40 years of age. he was wearing an orange shirt and blue jean shorts. police are investigating if the incident may have stemmed from
road rage. the victim may have cut off the attacker while driving. if you recognize the person wielding the bat you're asked to call philadelphia police. live outside headquarters monique braxton, nbc 10 news. citizens crime commission is hoping a new reward will help solve a case of an elderly korean war veteran attacked in his chester county home last month. the commission is now offering $6,000 for any information that leads to an arrest. the 81-year-old victim spoke only to nbc 10 after the crime last month. he told us that the man who attacked him was pretending to be a water worker. police released this sketch of the attacker. take a look. if you recognize him, call police. a camden county man is recovering after he was love in the woods for days. police have been looking for james wharton since tuesday morning. he called 911 twice to say he was lost in the woods in winslow township. that was the last that police had heard from him until last night. officers found wharton along
some train tracks off williamstown road. they took him to the hospital to be checked out. they tell us he was in good spirits. shutting down and shipping out. the bakery behind the bread most likely used in your cheese steak or hogueie has announced it's leaving philadelphia. amoroso's bakery is moving to camden county and laying off dozens of workers in the process. amoroso's says it has outgrown its bakery on south 55th street and is moving to belmar starting in october. a new company is being formed with that move. the current positions will be terminated. people who work here will be able to interview for jobs with the new company. today, jurors will continue deliberations in the trial of a former eagle, irving fryar. prosecutors accuse fryar of masterminding an alleged bank and mortgage fraud scheme. yesterday, the jury asked for more testimony to be reread to them. if convicted, fryar faces between five and ten years behind bars. we have new information in the case of a cape may county
boy who disappeared almost 25 years ago. only nbc 10 was at the middle township police station yesterday when this man, daniel coll showed up for a new interview with detectives. the former prostitute told us earlier this week that the man in this picture, thomas butcavage, showed him a video in 1993 of a boy being sexually assaulted. coll is convinced it was mark himebaugh who was 11 when he vanished from his neighborhood. >> been wanting to come down here for a long time. >> now is the right time? >> this is the right time. >> coll says butcavage confessed to disposing of the boy in the video along with several other kids. also according to coll butcavage said he stayed at a camp ground in middle township less than two miles from himebaugh's neighborhood. butcavage denied involvement and was never charged in this case. but he is considered a person of interest. philadelphia public schools are now requesting more time off
ahead of the pope's visit. schools are already off on wednesday, september 23rd for yom kippur. they have off that friday ahead of pope francis's arrival. he gets here on saturday of that week. well now the school district is requesting thursday after, too. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 25 minutes before 7:00. we're seeing the clouds thin out as we're drying out this morning in philadelphia. the rain has ended. still seeing a few showers in south jersey and delaware very light stuff. gusty winds. they will be light to start with. as we go into the afternoon, winds topping 20 miles an hour. dry air moving in for the weekend and a warm weekend, too, with plenty of sunshine. we're starting to see breaks of sunshine. reading seeing sunny skies, philadelphia, the clouds are thinning out. looks like a nice day ahead. 72, cape may is still cloudy. just in the last hour we've seen the rain taper off there.
this is a live view of cape may. it wasn't heavy rainfall. just a light rainfall. the puddles are even drying out. sunshine, late-day sunshine at the shore. still scattered showers but the heavy rainfall missing us completely to the south. it's offshore. just a few sprinkles into southern new castle county. the dover area and you see very light rain in southern delaware and cape may, a few sprinkles at best or at worst, depending on your point of view. 78 degrees, bright sunshine. you'll need the sunglasses. look at the warmup after clouds overnight and a few sprinkles for quakertown. reading a high of 85 degrees. thinning clouds this morning, bright sunshine this afternoon. means 85 for norristown and trenton and low 80s for doylestown or mount holly. the humidity is elevated thanks to the rain overnight. the humidity will be dropping. clouds to start with for atlantic city cape may and rehoboth. just a few sprinkles this morning and breaks of sunshine
possible later this afternoon. with those few breaks of sunshine into the 80s for cape may and vineland. 79 degrees, high temperature for dover. more sunshine, though for philadelphia, wilmington and narberth, into the middle 80s this afternoon with less and less humidity and more and more wind. it will be building this afternoon. it's the temperatures that will be building over the weekend. warmer for saturday and sunday but the humidity stays low. bright sunny skies on saturday. mostly sunny for sunday just a few scattered clouds sunday afternoon. i'll tell you how long that nice weather lasts when i come back with the seven-day forecast in ten minutes. low humidity is key. 6:37 if you're heading out the door. this is about the time traffic starts to build. jessica boyington is keeping an eye on the traffic cameras. jessica? >> we're looking at the schuylkill expressway. right around the vine street expressway. that's typically a big area that starts to jam up a little early when we're dealing with rush hour as people from the vine street expressway start to get to the schuylkill.
you can see a little bit of traffic throughout the area. either way if you're going eastbound or westbound around that area you're doing okay so far. let's take a look and be sure at the drive times. 95 southbound from woodhaven road up towards the vine street expressway as always now about a 20-minute trip. that's tacking on ten minutes to your commute this morning. the schuylkill expressway we just looked at that on the eastbound side. up and towards the vine street expressway, still a 13-minute trip. no problems on the blue route. headed southbound from the schuylkill to 95. that's about a 14-minute trip. still dealing with the warminster line for septa. 44 minutes late on train 6400 on train 402 that's canceled and 4211 is canceled as well. check before you head out the door this morning. that will cause you some delays on the 42 freeway in new jersey north and southbound we're not dealing with delays there at all all. five minutes heading up towards the walt whitman bridge in philadelphia. the rest of the bridges this morning are clear. now to breaking news that we're following in the overbrook
section of philadelphia. this is near that shopping center around the intersection of city avenue and haverford avenue. investigators tell us that somebody shot a woman in the face here. this just happened within the past 30 minutes. this is a live look from the scene. investigators say the victim cannot talk because of her injuries but she held up two fingers to police to indicate there were two attackers. our crew on the scene noticed that police officers were going inside of a bakery in that neighborhood, in that shopping complex. they could be looking for surveillance video. we'll continue to follow this breaking news. as soon as we have an update we'll pass it along. 6:39 this morning. another person died in the legionnaires disease outbreak hitting new york. what the city is doing to make sure that nobody else is in danger. plus california's governor is speak og ut about the wildfires burning through his state. what he says is stoking the flames and making matters worse for crews trying to get control. and marking one year since
. 6:43. new york city officials now say ten people have died in the outbreak of legionnaires disease. doctors have diagnosed 100 people with the disease. officials say five cooling towers in the south bronx tested positive for the bacteria that caused the disease. crews have decontaminated those towers and the city's health department ordered all buildings with cooler towers to be tested over the next two weeks and decontaminated if necessary. a westchester university employee tested positive for
legionnaires last month. this week out west california's governor is checking in with the crews and volunteers who are battling this massive wildfire. yesterday, he spoke about how the drought-stricken state is hotter and drier than it's ever been making the wildfires more severe. the governor also said those conditions are extending the fire seas. this fire here has burned more than 100 square miles since it started a little over a week ago. it's about 40% contained right now. an atlantic county police department has a new tool to help during severe weather. four humvees and a five-ton cargo truck. the department says they're needed to replace two fire trucks lost to flooding during superstorm sandy. police use of military vehicles came under scrutiny in ferguson, missouri last year. they were used during the demonstrations that rocked that city. police in brigantine says that's not what their vehicles are for.
they plan to use them during hurricanes and severe weather since they are able to drive through the high water. it is 6:45. events making the anniversary of michael brun's death begin today. it was one year ago sunday that a police officer shot and killed the unarmed teenager. later tonight there will be a benefit concert called heal our city. new details and an update on the movie theater attack in tennessee. police now say vincente montano had a canister of propane, lighter fluid and a lighter and may have intended on setting off an explosive device. according to authorities montano started his attack wednesday by pepper spraying two women and wounding a man with an ax. they also say that montano fired pellets at police officers who shot and killed him. fired a second time. that's what's about to happen to a philadelphia police narcotics officer who won his job back
after he was cleared of corruption charges. this time police say the firing is because he failed a drug test. according to police commissioner charles ramsey perry betts will be suspended for 30 days with the intent to dismiss. a law enforcement source tells nbc 10 that betts tested positive for marijuana. you may remember back in may, a jury acquitted betts and five other officers of federal corruption charges. after the acquittal, a judge ruled the department had to give the officers those narcotics officers their jobs back. they have since filed defamation suit against city officials. pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane has less than 48 hours to turn herself in now that she's been charged with several crimes. the charges include perjury, obstruction and conspiracy. kane is accused of leaking secret grand jury information to punish two former staffers she felt were critical of her. now pennsylvania governor tom
wolf is among those calling for her to resign. >> you don't know how she can defend herself against those serious charges and remain in office and do the job that we pennsylvanians need her to do to be the chief law enforcement officer. >> kane says she's innocent and is refusing to step down. count on nbc 10 for new information as it comes in as kathleen kane prepares to surrender to face those charges against her. read more about the investigation, the grand jury findings right now on our nbc 10 news app. new jersey governor chris christie's former aides cowl be facing more travel from the jersey jam scandal. people and businesses affected by the lane closures on the george washington bridge have revived a lawsuit against christie's ex-deputy chief of staff and top port authority appointee. the suit had been previously thrown out because claims were not specific enough but the judge gave the plaintiffs a chance to refile.
chuck schumer says he thinks the risk is too great, that iran will take advantage of the nuclear agreement. republicans appear to be unanimous in opposition to the agreement. the first family will leave washington today to for a two-week summer vacation. they're headed to martha's vineyard. massachusetts island is a favorite spot for president barack obama, first lady michelle and daughter sasha and malia. they've been there six summers in a row. the obamas are staying in a private home for the next 15 days. 6:48. here's something to check out this weekend. musikfest is back. duran duran rocked the steel stacks in bethlehem last night. the 11-day festival wraps up august 16th. now your nbc 10 first alert
weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> rainfall overnight but it has ended in philadelphia and we're starting to see breaks of sunshine. this is the view from here at 9 nbc 10 studios. see blue sky coming through the clouds as they thin out. we'll see more and more sunshine today. the showers have already ended in philadelphia. 07 70 degrees and the humidity has started to come down. it's the winds that will pick up. this will help with the drying process throughout the day today. the pocono mountains, the view from the mountain. the skies are already clearing north and west which has led to some cooler temperatures pottstown 62 degrees, 61 in doylestown. there are some 50s as you go into montgomery county. willow grove at 63 degrees. 62 in collegeville and farther north and west well gilbertsville was in the 50s. it started to warm up with the
sunshine this morning. 60 degrees. heading into the 80s today, you'll see 80s also in delaware and south jersey though clouds are over those areas right now. there's still a few scattered light showers. most of the rainfall has ended and this stuff is barely making it to the ground in southern new castle county and into kent county and a few sprinkles in cape may not going to last. the wind that's a different story. you'll see more wind as the day goes on winds at 17 miles an hour at 11:00 this morning and the winds will be gusting to 20 miles an hour at the shore this afternoon. lighter winds inland. the forecast is looking good at the shore. clouds will break for late-day sunshine today. windy tomorrow and then the wind dies down with plenty of sunshine for sunday. get the sunglasses ready. sunshine and clouds, more sunshine this afternoon than this morning. gusty winds to 20 miles an hour at the most. those winds die down tonight. we'll drop down to 65 tomorrow
morning. 87 in the afternoon. plenty of sunshine and again on sunned with a chance of showers coming through monday afternoon. showers and thunderstorms are a possibility. we will see those temperatures climb into the monday time period as the humidity comes back monday afternoon with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, even more likely on tuesday. tuesday 83 degrees, cooler thanks to that rain. sunshine will be nice and bright wednesday and thursday. >> i love seeing the lows in the 60s. that means for drivers, they may not have to put the ac on. >> first time in a long time. jessica boyington is watching the roads for you. >> believe it or not, this is better that it normally would be at this time. we're still a little light. by this time it's usually a half hour trip on 95. we're adding about ten minutes to your normal commute on the southbound side approaching girard avenue. lighter than normal. we also are watching a separate part of 95 on the northbound
side approaching the commodore barry bridge with two left-hand lanes being blocked there. you can see the northbound drive times doing okay there as well. if you're heading out the door on the schuylkill starting to see yellow. a little bit of slowdowns if you're headed eastbound, through the conshohocken curve or the westbound lanes as well. the eastbound drive times are still okay. westbound is 15 minutes. adding on about three minutes or so. not bad, not that drastic from the vine up towards the blue route. as for mass transit, this warminster line 44 minutes late and warminster 402 canceled as well as war minter 4211. rosemary amoroso saes is moving and taking the jobs with them. we're talking with workers, coming up.
we have new information about that breaking news that we're following in the overbrook section of philadelphia. this is a shopping center at the intersection of city avenue and haverford avenue. investigators say someone shot a woman in the face here around 6:00 this morning. this is a live look from the scene. we've just learned that police are handling this as a shooting involving a robbery. we've learned that the victim is a 57-year-old woman. police tell us the bullet hit
her in the chin and it's lodged in her neck. police are now looking for the purse, the woman's purse that's missing and of course the victim is in the hospital. we will continue to follow this breaking news and pass along new information on the nbc 10 news app and during our "today" show updates. i'm matt delucia, live in southwest philadelphia. amoroso's bakery here is laying off some 200 workers as it moves operations over the bridge to camden county. workers were notified in a memo wednesday night they will have to re-apply for their jobs at the new facility in belmar. amoroso amoroso's are moving to expand operations. the bakery location on south 55th street here as been running for 55 years. some of the workers i've been talking with this morning say they don't want to move to new jersey and they'll walk once the layoffs take effect starting in october. live in southwest philadelphia, matt delucia, nbc 10 news.
i'm monique braxton live outside police headquarters where detectives are investigating if a road rage incident possibly led to a brutal bat attack. the victim's family tells us she has a broken wrist. take ak loot awhat she endured. police say the 26-year-old victim stopped at a stop sign just before the rampage occurred. the attacker smashes her windows. the attacker is describe as a black heal about 40 years of age, wearing an orange shirt and blue jean shorts. police say if you recognize the individual seen wielding the bat, give them a call. live outside police headquarters mrs.onique braxton, nbc 10 news. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. we are out on the schuylkill expressway right now watching two disabled trucks actually. that's over in the right-hand shoulder. right around gladwynn.
the drive time 15 minutes from the vine street expressway up towards the blue route and still an accident scene on 95 on the northbound side approaching the commodore barry bridge. two left-hand lanes being blocked. that drive time doing okay as well. traffic is at least moving by the area. heading out in new jersey so far this morning, free and in the clear. no problems on 42 the new jersey turnpike or 295. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. clouds are breaking. that's a live view from center city. the rain has ended in the city and more sunshine in the pocono mountains. that's a view from camel back this morning. watching for a few sprinkles in eastern chester county and a few scattered sprinkles, nothing more than that in delaware and south jersey. the rain is coming to an end. the temperatures 60s and low 70s. 70s in philadelphia but the area ises ses ses ses ses in the 60s will
warm to the 80s this afternoon. the "today" show is coming up next. we'll see you in a few for a local update. always get up-to-date information with the nbc 10 news today news app. >> happy friday. >> yay! good morning. showtime. donald trump steals the spotlight at a rowdy republican presidential debate. his trademark barbs and bluster on full display. >> our leaders are stupid. our politicians are stupid. i don't think you heard me. you're having a hard time tonight. >> all right. >> he drops a bombshell, refusing to rule out a third-party run. >> i will not make the pledge at this time. >> and we talk to candidate marco rubio about the night's highs, lows and political blows. breaking overnight, a suspected tornado tears through a shopping center in alabama. at least five people injured a walmart heavily damaged.