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anti-trump protesters parade around in smoke and pepper spray after protests turn violent in arizona. >> we all get excited. so we might forget the simple things. holiday home security. four simple things you can do to protect your home if you're away this memorial day weekend. >> and almost to the memorial day weekend, and it will feel like summer today. near 90 degrees at 6:00 a.m.
that's beautiful. already 61 degrees. good morning. this is nbc 10 news. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema, closer to the memorial day weekend, which many regard as the unofficial start to summer. let's start with today and get the first alert meteorologist bill henley who has the neighborhood forecast. >> today is the unofficial start of summer. it will be in the upper 80s. humidity will be low. wilmington, 81 by noontime. for philadelphia, sunny skies and into the 60s at 8:00. near 80 degrees at 11:00. bright sunshine will warm temperatures into the 80s. t exception is the jersey shore where it's 74 degrees. when i come back, a look at the weekend forecast.
right now jessica boyington has a look at traffic. >> this is 422 around oaks. eastbound we have police activity because of a car that rolled off into the center embank. here. you can see that down in the bottom corner of your screen. the police officers are actually blocking off that left part of the shoulder, left part of that and part of the left lane. now one lane getting by on 422 headed eastbound. we will see delays. we'll check in with the drive times and see if we see any yet. so far you can see a bit of yellow on our roadway map. eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill, 10 minutes. we only increased about three minutes or so. philadelphia police are questioning two men after a deadly shooting in the city's germantown neighborhood. officers found the victim in the parking lot of an abandoned supermarket at wayne and west cheleten avenues.
police took him to einstein hospital where he died. witnesses say there was a fight between two or three people before shots were fired. >> a gunman opens fire on an arizona highway. right now the highway in scottsdale is shut down in both directions as police search for the shooter. officials tell us the gunman hit two cars, the driver of one car was grazed by a bullet. a violent night after a donald trump rally in albuquerque, new mexico. anti-trump protesters were throwing rocks and bottles at police officers, some of those officers were hurt. >> nbc 10's matt delucia has more on the violent protests in the digital operations center. >> albuquerque police say that several officers are being treated for injuries after being hit by
rocks and there's been several arrests this is what it looked like last night in the streets of albuquerque. protesters started burning pro trump flags and signs. they also started throwing bottles and garbage outside the venue. this was all happening after trump was finished speaking. police used smoke canisters against the crowds. some kicked the canisters back at police, and what appeared to be pepper spray was also used. donald trump on twitter made no mention of the protests, only saying it was a great rally and an amazing crowd. the scene was reminiscent of trump supporters and protesters in chicago. trump suspeeconds is expected t california today.
donald trump is trading attack lines with democrat hillary clinton. >> clinton's campaign will continue to take aim at trump's record of rooting for the housing market to crash as a way to make money. in 2006 trump said he hoped to go in and buy like crazy when the real estate and housing markets collapsed. at yesterday's rally in new mexico trump responded to clinton's attack. >> that's what i'm supposed to do. what am i supposed to do? i'm in business. >> why on earth would we elect somebody president who actually rooted for the collapse of the mortgage market? later today, several congressional c congressional caucus groups will denounce trump for his comments on the housing crisis.
today two big names will campaign for hillary clinton in the garden state. former congressman gaby giffords and her husband, retired astronaut mark kelly will participate in a gun violence roundtable in cherry hill. today we are learning more about a man mowed down at a bus stop in philadelphia. alejo molina was waiting for a bus monday night when a car crashed into a septa shelter and the driver took off. police say that the impact of the crash immediately killed the 50-year-old father. the driver turned himself in to police afteight hours after the crash. molina leaves behind his wife and two children. police are calling it a tragic accident. a septa train hit and killed a tourist at 13th street station. the 55-year-old man had just
visited the liberty bell with his wife. he leaned over to see if a train was coming and fell into the tracks. his wife was taken to the hospital for shock. today lawmakers on capitol hill will grid the head of the transportation safety commission on how to cut down on lines at america's airports. the house homeland committee will hear from peter neffinger this morning. lawmakers want to know why he chose to reassign but not fire the tsa administrator in charge of security and why that official received big bonuses while security wait times were not improving. congress has set a limit on how much public housing employees can make. but the nbc 10 investigators found philadelphia housing authority executives are making over that limit. mitch blocker has a preview of the story you'll see tonight on nbc 10 news at 11:00. >> it's way out of line. it's a racket. >> reporter: this u.s. senator helped set the federal executive salary limit at $157,000 per year. we found philadelphia public housing executives making over that amount. >> salaries are ridiculous. >> it raises a significant
concern. >> reporter: as president of the philadelphia housing authority, calvin jeremiah earns $243,000. >> this is not an easy gig. >> reporter: tonight at 11:00, where the extra money is coming from. why the pha said the salaries are needed and a call for a stricter limit. for the investigators, i'm mitch blocker, nbc 10 news. eight minutes after 6:00. the entire area dry this morning. look at wildwood, sunshine, clouds have moved out. the temperatures will be moving up. 60 degrees in ocean city and atlantic city. cooler inland to start with. we'll see a bigger warmup inland. all day long, cape may, sea isle city, atlantic city, nothing but sunshine. the same is true for philadelphia, allentown, harrisburg, sunshine. the nearest showers are way to
the west. this is the line of showers and thunderstorms that will be moving our way for friday. before they get here, humidity stays low. even though temperatures will be warming up with bright, sunny skies. any showers will stay to the north. those showers are off shore. no threat of showers or clouds from that one for today. the forecast for today, a quick warmup. look at the afternoon temperatures in the lehigh valley, deabethlehem, easton, ce to 90. 87 in west chester. bright, sunny skies for philadelphia. upper 80s. blowing past the 70s, and warming to near 90 this afternoon. glassboro in the upper 80s. a bit cooler along the coast. on the beach, 74 for avalon. coming inland for galloway and atlantic city, the 80s and 80s for delaware.
sunny skies, a scental breeze for dover and wilmington, 86 degrees this afternoon. was ho no sign of showers for today. as we head into the weekend, we'll move past the 80s for most of the area. saturday into the 90s. the exception is the shore, which will be in the upper 70s. cooler sunday. we may stay dry on sunday, but still a chance of showers on monday to bring the temperatures down even lower. 70s for monday in philadelphia. 60s at the shore. beyond the memorial day weekend, i have a look at that with the ten-day outlook in ten minutes. >> 6:10 right now. jessica has been watching for an hour that car that went over the guardrail at 422. police just arrived there. >> let's get an update. jessica boyington has it. >> with the car into the
embankment on 422, it wasn't bothering anybody on the road because it wasn't on the roadway. it's in the center median. you can see that here. now police have arrived to the scene. now we'll start to see those delays because of that. a few emergency vehicles involved. now we have to get this car out of the center median. we are blocking the left shoulder, left lane. one lane getting by eastbound on 422 around oaks. we'll see some delay for sure. lower mer on, iomerion, an acci belmont avenue. and another accident in franconia on allentown road. 11 minutes past 6:00 a.m. you're probably getting up, making breakfast, brushing your teeth. >> and in some parts of the area people are wondering is my water safe? we'll tell you why there is concern and when the next meeting will be. plus this --
6:15 right now. memorial day is around the corner. whether you're headed to the shore or the mountains, thousands of homes are being left empty this weekend. >> which means more possibility of home break-ins. katy zachry is live outside the gloucester township police department with four simple things to do to keep your home safe as you travel this holiday weekend. >> that's right. four simple steps a lot of people forget as they're caught up in the excitement of going away. police say we're headed into a season where home break-ins happen more often.
it may surprise you how quickly a burglar can spot an empty house. it just takes a quick drive through any neighborhood to see signs you're away. some of the biggest ones are yards with overgrown grass, mile piling up in the driveway. put your lights and possibly tv on timers. and sign up for police property checks. >> we like it because we're out in your neighborhoods now, not only are we checking your house but driving by your neighbor's house and making sure everything is okay. >> and keep your vacation plans off of social media. police suggest if you do share your vacation details or location with anyone, do it with a trustworthy neighbor, someone
who lives nearby and possibly even park their car in your driveway to make it look like somebody is in your house. katy zachry, nbc 10 news. >> we know a lot of people will be on the roads this weekend. aaa says more than 38 million people will be traveling. a lot of them will be driving. >> let's check in with the roads this morning with jessica boyington. >> paying attention to 422 because of a car off to the center embankment around oaks. police activity is on the scene right now. emergency crews have to get that vehicle out of the center median. they're blocking the left lane. only the right lane is getting by headed eastbound. now big delays. speeds into the 20s now. this is what it normally looks like heading westbound. seven-minute trip there. so we're seeing big delays headed eastbound if you're approaching the schuylkill.
watch lower merion on belmont avenue between route 1 and monument road. route 38 around cuthbert problems, no big problems or delays, just a tough time seeing some of the spots facing the su sun. >> time to check the first alert neighborhood weather. it's a forecast you won't get anywhere else. >> we focus on where you live and hope that information helps you out. >> seeing sunshine this morning. a beautiful start to the day. cool. clouds have moved out. 50s for most of the area. with sunny skies, no problem warming into the upper 80s. this is a trend that will continue through tomorrow. yesterday, 83. upper 80s today. the biggest difference thursday and friday, you will feel the humidity coming in. friday could see the return of showers and thunderstorms. there's a possibility of some showers over the memorial day weekend. it won't be raining the entire
time. warmest day, saturday. sunday, cooler, partly cloudy skies. 87 in philadelphia. 72 degrees sunday afternoon. it's memorial day monday. you're more likely to see wet weather as skies will turn mostly cloudy for monday. no sign of clouds today. that's why temperatures cool down so nicely. 50s in the suburbs. lehigh valley at 52. delaware in the middle 50s. everybody seeing plenty of sunshine. in new jersey, the numbers will start to climb. upper 80s for clayton, turnersville, voorhees. pemberton, 50 degrease. 55 in florence. 80s this afternoon. satellite and radar today, we had a lot of activity here lately. that system is now off shore. some showers to the west, they're not due until friday. stand by for a warmup. that starts today. 88 degrees, summer-like temperatures for tomorrow. then the chance of showers and thunderstorms later on friday
with that humidity that will still be sticking around into saturday. by sunday, 87. then a good chance we'll see showers for monday, memorial day monday and into tuesday. drying out, back into the 80s for wednesday and thursday. another round of showers friday afternoon. >> looks like nice weather. let's talk about severe weather. tornadoes damaged homes and left several people hurt in kansas. here's a time lapse look at one of those tornadoes forming. it was posted on twitter. forecast others said more than a half dozen twisters rumbled through yesterday. a montgomery county mom says a local ymca asked her to leave a class because she was breast feeding her baby. hear what the ymca president is saying now. plus this -- >> he just called her up and told her, i'm not doing it. >> gave you your money back, right? >> no. >> nbc 10 responds to help a gloucester county woman and her son get their money back after they say a contractor took
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♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ get down, get down. police in a south jersey community are urging people to be on the lookout for thieves targeting the elderly. police say three women preyed on an older couple who live on pump branch road in winslow township. they talked their way inside the home by making up a story that they cared for the couple during a recent medical appointment. the women were driving a white van with florida tags. >> we heard this before where there's two or more people going into a house and while they're distracted, somebody else is going through the house. >> police don't think anything was stolen but they say don't take chances. if someone suspicious knocks on your door, don't let them in and call police right away.
good morning. jessica boyington checking on your first alert traffic. 422 around oaks. a vehicle actually off into the center embankment there. it rolled off the eastbound side around oaks. some delays behind it we'll check in with those when i come back. for now a check of today's forecast with bill henley. >> bright sunshine across the area. look at this view from sea isle city. inland, heading closer to summer-like levels this afternoon. upper 80s today. neighborhood forecast just ahead. breaking news from germantown, a deadly shooting. police are still near the old pathmark parking lot. they're investigating. pamela osborne will have an update next.
breaking news, police are investigating a deadly shooting in germantown. a live update. nbc 10 responds is our promise to you. harry hairston helps a gloucester county family get back thousands of dollars after the contractor they hired disappeared. >> feeling hot, hot, hot today. looking live at sea isle city. it will be a nice day if you want to head down to the beach. >> beautiful. >> good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today."
i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with his first alert neighborhood forecast and talking about all the beautiful sunshine this morning. warmer temperatures today. >> beautiful day to start with. we're cool. right now in the 50s after starting off in the 60 rs. sunshine, it will be bright sunshine to warm us into the 80s. south jersey 51 degrees. delaware in the 50s. lehigh valley is cool. there are some cool spots in philadelphia. society hill, 61. 62 in fox chase. somerton, 53. a andora, a 54. a cool start. satellite and radar, nothing to see. showers and clouds have finally moved out. got your weekend forecast when i come back. right now jesse gary with your first alert traffic. >> watching 422, a caroled over into the center embankment here.
we have police officers on scene. rescue crews trying to get the vehicle out from the center embankment. headed eastbound we have lanes blocked there. 29-minute drive time around oaks. so headed eastbound on 422 to the schuylkill expressway, 29 minutes. average speeds into the teens. also an accident in lower merion, belmont avenue headed southbound between route 1 and monument wrote. the schuylkill expressway looks okay. seeing typical slowdowns with it just being after 6:30. 16 minutes or 17 minutes at the most westbound from the vine street to the blue route, speeds 50 into the 40s. we have breaking news. police are still in germantown now, about three hours after a man was shot and killed. >> it's near an old pathmark parking lot. >> pam is live there this morning. what do we know? >> there's a dark colored vehicle in the burger king
parking lot. that somehow is connected to today's shooting. police will be towing that away from the scene. but here's what happened. witnesses told police that the 25-year-old victim was in an altercation with at least one or two other men in this parking lot before the shots were fired. the victim was shot in the chest. police tell us he had two graze wounds to his head. he was taken to einstein before being pronounced dead. investigators say at least 11 shots were fired from two separate guns. the 25-year-old victim had a gun. police had not recovered it yet. when officers arrived two people were still on the scene. a witness identified one of those two individuals as having been involved in the fight.
police believe one of those two may be the shooter. there is a crime watching camera in the area, and police believe one of their shooters may have been captured on video. that's part of the investigation going forward today as well as this vehicle which they have yet to tow away from that burger king parking lot. i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. a judge in montgomery county has ordered bill cosby to stand trial in a sexual assault case. cosby is accused of drugging and violating andrea constand who worked for temple university. the defense contends it was a consensual sexual relationship. the prosecution says cosby gave her drugs that effectively paralyzed her and left her unable to consent. families in bucks and
montgomery counties get another chance today to voice concerns about their drinking water. navy and environmental officials will host another meeting today in horsham. the first one was last night where they updated residents about the contaminated water from two closed military bases in horsham. people are worried about chemicals from firefighting foam found in their drinking water. many are worried about the contaminated water and their illnesses. >> i lost both kidneys, i had four abdominal aneurysms. >> we believed it came from the water. >> i was told we need to get our blood tested for heavy metal toxicity. >> horsham's township manager says tests show contaminants are within the safe limits. he says a town hall meeting with the centers for disease control is in the works, but there's no date just yet. the navy says it is doing regular testing of private and public water supplies in the area. happening today, septa will announce an unexpected partnership. they are teaming up with uber. septa officials say they will
reveal information about a summer pilot program, the goal of which is is to increase access to and from select regional rail stations in the suburbs. count on nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app to bring you new details as soon as it's announced. also happening today, education leaders from five cities are meeting in philadelphia to discuss universal pre-k. there's been a push for high quality early education in many cities across the nation. the william penn foundation is hosting the conference. today marks two months and counting until the start of the democratic national convention here in philadelphia. with the democratic race still not over, the party is struggling to unite. >> organizers are preparing for protests. convention planners will set up a designated area close to the wells fargo center where
demonstrators can be seen and heard by the delegates going in and out. the convention ceo told me she wants everyone to express their views, and she said she's sympathetic to protesters because she's been one herself in the past. >> i've been part of many protests in my life. not always at the democratic convention, but i grew up in an activist home and household, so i know a little bit about marches and state-ins, rallies, sign making. >> the city has given permission for bernie sanders supporters to hold a four-day rally in fdr park adjacent to the sports complex. the city issued a permit for an anti-fracking group to stage a march from city hall to independence mall. that will happen the day before the convention. philadelphia is launching the busy summer tourism season with a campaign that redefines the city's historic district. >> they're even renaming the old city historic area as philadelphia's original city.
it spans from the delaware river to 7th street, from lombard street north to vine. the aim is to get visitors to see not only the historic sites but other attractions throughout the area and extend their stay in philadelphia. >> all of this means america, in addition to the bell and the hall. as we like to say there's more to a legendary city than its legends. so spend more time with us and see for yourself. >> the city will unveil the new campaign and the maps that go with it later this morning. then on saturday the city will reopen the historic 2nd bank on chestnut street which has been closed for cleaning and restoration. it's 6:37, a nice, sunny, dry start this morning. if you're heading out, there's some cool spots. that bright sunshine will fix that. we'll see a summer-like day with a quick warmup. bright sunshine, barely a cloud in the sky. with clear and comfortable conditions, it will be a great night for heading out.
61 degrees in philadelphia. we'll be in the middle 80s by 2:00 this afternoon. for the suburbs, nothing but sunshine. 59 degrees now. 60s to 70s to 80 degrees by lunch time today a bit of a breeze out to the west and lehigh valley. that should not hold the temperatures back. now 52 degrees. from the 60s into the 80s by lunch time. middle to upper 80s by this afternoon. new jersey will see a good warmup. 75 degrees by 10:00. winds out of the west at 8 miles per hour. at the shore, cooler, right on the coast. just inland a low 80s. 81 degrees at 2:00. right now, 56 degrees. delaware, plenty of sunshine. the 50s will disappear. blowing through the 60s and 70s. 80s through this afternoon.
you will feel the steamy conditions on saturday over the mem porial day weekend. 90s for saturday. cooler on sunday with partly sunny skies. clouds for memorial day monday. that will keep temperatures cooler and give us a chance of showers. not an all-day rainfall but the chance of showers will be monday. i have the ten-day outlook when i'm back in ten minutes. >> about 20 minutes before 7:00 a.m. >> we continue to focus on 422. jessica boyington is there with that. >> 422 around oaks, we have a vehicle that's off into the embankment here. we're having a camera problem. eastbound past that scene, seeing some delays. this is some of it here. 422 around route 29. that's approaching the accident scene with the vehicle off the roadway into the center median
there around oaks. headed eastbound we have a drive time that's pretty big. 25 minutes from 29 to the schuylkill. this traffic is almost at a standstill. the next time we'll see you, we'll have a greater drive time. lower merion, belmont avenue southbound between route 1 and monument road for an accident scene. 20 minutes before 7:00. a gloucester county woman says after her house caught fire, a contractor she hired to fix it disappeared. >> we couldn't find him. >> they didn't call ghost busters, they called harry hairston and nbc 10 responds. we got back our biggest check so far. have you taken that running man challenge yet? we did. in the studio here. we'll tell you which police department is calling out the
6:45, now to nbc 10 responds. today the team zeros in on a contractor. >> nbc 10 responds reporter harry hairston talks to a woman who tried for almost nine months to get her home repaired. >> that's my life. >> reporter: this is the only home mary meade has ever known. she almost lost a lifetime worth of memories when their laundry room caught fire last february. >> i won't to open the door, the thing blew. the next thing you know, it was all black inside. >> man. there's just a shell here. >> reporter: meade's son jim showed the inside of his
mother's home. they say they paid contractor jon jay mccabe $22,000 to make repairs, but he didn't finish the job. >> he called her up and said i'm not doing it. >> he gave your money back, right? >> no. >> jim said that was back in october. >> he disappeared. >> reporter: so they contacted nbc 10 responds. when we asked the state of new jersey about mccabe, they told us mccabe is not licensed. we found mccabe's south jersey office. no one answered the door, but we did reach him by phone. mccabe acknowledged he owes the needs $18,000 for work he didn't do. he promised to explain why on camera at his office. you scheduled a meeting with me today at 9:00. he didn't show up, saying he changed his mind. the state says you are not authorize fd to do construction work in the state of new jersey. after that conversation he
returned $10,000 by cashiers check. but that would be too little too late. >> she'll never see her home. she'll never see it done. >> reporter: marry meade passed away before getting the remaining $8,000 needed to finish her home. >> she said i don't have my home. that's all i wanted was my home to go back to. >> the family tells us that marry planned to throw a party once her house was down. >> they filed a complaint against mccabe with the new jersey department of protection and hope to collect the rest of the amount of money due to them. a montgomery county mother says she was publicly shamed for nursing her son at the spring valley ymca.
kate haslam said during a gym class on monday a ymca employee asked her to leave. >> she's like there's men in this class they're uncomfortable with you nursing in here. >> mom was sitting on a balance beam with her feet on another balance beam, that's what i was told. and was just asked to move because the kids in that class were ready to participate or wanted to participate on the slides. >> the ymca president and ceo said it was a misunderstanding. the spring valley ymca issued an apology saying all mothers should feel comfortable breast feeding anywhere. in pennsylvania it is illegal to ask a nursing mother to move. this story has people talking on our nbc 10 facebook page. have you heard of the running man challenge? >> i had not until i came into work this morning. this morning we're waiting for the philadelphia police to respond to a challenge issued by the detroit police department.
>> i'm calling out cincinnati. new york. philadelphia, chicago, we out of here. >> you heard our name. >> yeah. >> that's detroit police chief james craig urging other departments to get their dancing shoes on. you have to look. these guys are really good. >> they got moves. >> yeah. >> the challenge is part of a series of viral videos where uniformed officers let loose and they're designed to boost police recruiting. cincinnati's police department already accepted the challenge. we're waiting to hear from new york city's finest, chicago police and our own philadelphia police departmentment. >> i tweeted the police commissioner. we'll see. >> you did the dance today, too. >> me and jessica. >> you were filming. >> i stepped away. it's on my facebook page if you want to see jessica doing it. some people do it wrong, she had it right. >> she knows.
>> she does know. let us know what you think of her dancing and vai's dancing, he's always good. let's check the first alert neighborhood weather. it's a forecast you won't get anywhere else. it will have you dancing. >> the focus is on your neighborhood and what you need to know. >> you won't be able to sing in the rain today. the clouds have moved out. so good for it, dance. sea isle city, the water looking so calm. temperatures have cooled down. low 60s. go inland, you can find cooler spots in the 50s. right now, 61 in ocean city. atlantic city at 60 degrees. cooler from mays landing and mullica township. satellite and radar have been so busy. the showers have finally moved out. low pressure area that was causing them has now pulled away from us. so sun kny skies for today and tomorrow. the next chance for showers not until later in the week. this evening, nice and clear.
beautiful evening as temperatures cool down into the 70s. we'll see a 30 degree warm up during the afternoon today. 5:00, tomorrow morning, we'll be in the clear. even warmer afternoon tomorrow from the very low 60s. another 30 degree warm up tomorrow afternoon, we'll be in the low 90s for thursday. you can see some showers to the west. those make some progress as we go into friday. there's a chance we'll see showers. the first of them could arrive by late thursday evening, that's at 11:30. a better chance of showers and more clouds around on friday. but it will be warmer. another warm and humid day for friday. the humidity stays low today and tomorrow. even though the temperatures are climbing to summer-like levels. come friday, we will see scattered showers and thunderstorms. 90 degrees the high temperature. a bit warmer saturday. sunday, partly sunny, 87. the numbers come down more for monday. a chance of rain showers for
memorial day monday and tuesday. upper 70s inland right at the shore. monday afternoon may only warm into the low 60s. enjoy that warm weather to begin with over the holiday weekend. it will fade for monday and tuesday. back into the 80s for wednesday and thursday. >> on the roads we continue to stay focused on 422. >> jessica boyington has been watching that for two hours. what's the update? >> we're seeing big delays right now. they are removing the vehicle from the center embankment. around the oaks area on 422 eastbound there's a vehicle stuck into the center right here. the process of being pulled out. so there are vehicles on scene. police activity there on the scene causing these delays. now they're blocking the lane trying to remove the vehicle. eastbound on 422, big delays there. 23 minutes from 29 to the
schuylkill. speeds down to the 20s. 42 freeway looks great, this is r in new jersey. belmont avenue southbound an accident between route 1 and monument road. >> a check of the headlines and the stories you need to know as you head out the door. >> violent protests last night in new mexico left police dodging rocks and bottles after a donald trump rally. and breaking news in germantownment o men germantown. one man is dead and two others being questioned after a shooting at the old pathmark.
we continue to follow breaking news in germantown. >> pamela osborne is live near the old pathmark parking lot where a man was shot and killed early this morning. pam? >> reporter: this intersection is opened up to traffic, but police still remain on scene. that's because they're interested in that dark-colored sedan in that parking lot. it's part of their investigation. the shooting happened inside of this vacant lot. witnesses told police that the victim, a 25-year-old man, was in an argument with one or two other men when gunfire broke out. that 25-year-old was shot in the chest and pronounced dead at the hospital. two other people were still at the scene when police arrived. witnesses identified one of them as being involved in the fight with the victim. they were taken to the police station for questioning.
police believe there were two shooters. the victim himself may have had a gun. it's all part of their investigation. there are surveillance cameras in the area. they'll check those because they believe one of those cameras may have captured one of their shooters. reporting live, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. happening today, septa will announce an unexpected partnership. the transit agency is teaming up with uber. septa officials say they will reveal information about a summer pilot program, the goal of which is is to increase access to and from select regional rail stations in the suburbs. happening today, education leaders from five cities are meeting in philadelphia to discuss universal pre-k. there's been a push for high quality early education in many >> i was born free. >> protests turned violent outside a donald trump rally last night.
and today two big names will campaign for hillary clinton. gaby giffords and her husband, retired astronaut mark kelly, will be in cherry hill, new jersey. count on nbc 10 to bring you full coverage of the presidential election. just check on our app and decision 2016. good morning. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. watching this car being removed on 422, right from the center embankment here headed eastbound around oaks.moving that vehicle. only the right shoulder is getting by. if you're approaching the schuylkill, 27-minute drive time from 29 to the schuylkill. 95 in the red, around the blue route, approaching a multi vehicle accident seen headed
northbound. 17 minutes from naamans road towards the blue route. in newark, delaware, an overturned box truck 95 northbound around 273. starting to see lots of sunshine. the sun is up and rising. temperatures climb to the upper 80s for philadelphia. sunny skies at the shore, 74. look at the lehigh valley, high of 87 this afternoon. 86 degrees in delaware. sunshine will be right. the numbers will continue to climb today. right now there are cool spots in the suburbs. we have seen the numbers drop into the 50s for most of the area. it will warm quickly through the 60s, 70s and into the 80s this afternoon. >> wow. now the warm weather is here. >> you ever want to call in sick, this is the day to do it. >> is it too late to call in sick? >> you did not say that. >> it's midweek, my pattern is mondays and fridays. those are the days to call in sick. >> hello, boss? >> he didn't mean that.
>> all right. thanks for tuning in. we'll see you tomorrow. >> stay updated throughout the day on the nbc 10 app. good morning. breaking overnight, protests turn violent at a trump rally in new mexico. demonstrators knocking down barriers and throwing rocks. police responding with pepper spray and smoke grenades. disruptions inside, as well. >> get him out. get him out. come on, go home to mommy. >> as washington state's primary puts trump within striking distance of making his nomination official. trail of destruction. >> pieces of house. oh, no. >> tornadoes tear through the heartland, injuring at least two people while on the east coast. after a long-time spring, summer-likeem
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