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nbc 10 breaking news. this breaking news, a fast food drive-through becomes a crime scene. in decision 2016, hillary clinton has the delegate numbers but bernie sanders isn't going down without a fight in the race for the white house. 4:30. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. let's get right to meteorologist sheena parveen with her first alert neighborhood forecast, a look at conditions right where you live. humidity is down. temperatures down, sheena. >> it feels comfortable this morning. temperatures are cooler than they were yesterday morning, about 10 to 15 degrees cooler right now. we're at 61 in philadelphia. many areas in the 50s. manufacture our new jersey suburbs in the mid-50s. pennsylvania suburbs in the mid-50s, delaware at least in wilmington, coming in at 59 degrees right now. also don't forget, seven-day forecast always scrolling at the bottom of the screen for you
with our new neighborhood weather. here's a look at the neighborhood temperatures in philadelphia. the airport is coming in at 63 degrees. andorra is coming in at 57 degrees right now, 64 society hill, 62 in fox chase. when you walk outside this morning, it's going to feel very comfortable and it's going to stay cool through the afternoon. we have a cold front that moves through. the winds are in mostly from the west/northwest today. that cooler air is moving down. one thing we're keeping our eye on is this rain off to our west. this will be moving in by the middle of the day today. right around lunch time. showers and thunderstorms expected. i'll show you the timing on this, coming up. let's get a check of the roadways with jessica boyington. >> we're watching the vine street expressway right now. police activity still on the scene. this is right around broad street. that's because of the ongoing construction where you can see all traffic headed westbound right now is moving off of the off ramp here, because in between broad street and the schuylkill expressway, the vine street expressway is closed this morning. you can see that here reflected
on our cameras right around broad street. also watching more construction, this one, though, is on 95 where we're dealing with ramp restrictions around street road. headed from 95 north or southbound, there may be construction crews in your way there. route 73 in water ford, new jersey, not a lot of cars on the road here. no big problems in either direction. we'll have more updates for you when i come back in ten. we continue to follow breaking news of a deadly shooting outside a fast food restaurant in the montgomery county. nbc 10's matt delucia is live there in norristown. matt, what are police telling you? >> tracy, we're still trying to get more information from police as this investigation continues to unfold. what we can tell you, in the last 30 minutes police have wrapped up their work on the scene. i'll step out of the way real quick. this mcdonald's parking lot was filled with police activity about a half hour ago. we've just been told by police that the mcdonald's convenience store here that's attached to it is getting ready to re-open
within the next few minutes or so. you can see right there by the ordering menu there, that's where the person was shot. take a look at video we shot earlier this morning. this happened around midnight. this is on the 200 block of west main street in norristown. a witness told us off camera that two men were chasing the victim on foot, shot him about ten times. police here haven't told us anything about suspects or a motive just yet. as i mentioned, we're still waiting for more official details about how all of this unfolded. again, as we take another live look here, the victim died right there in the drive-through lane, died at the scene. the past few hours we've seen investigators taking photos of the area. we'll continue working throughout the morning to get more details about this. again, the new information right now is that police telling us that these guys are getting ready to re-open. they just took down all the police tape and re-opened this parking lot.
for now, we are live in norristown, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. now to decision 2016, hillary clinton claims the democratic presidential nomination as she wins more delegates in tuesday's primary races. several primary victories helped her seal her place as the presumptive democratic nominee. the tracker shows clinton with 2,640 delegates compared to bernie sanders with 1,799. despite that, clinton's rival bernie sanders is vowing to continue his fight and take it all the way to the convention in philadelphia. during her victory speech in brooklyn, clinton congratulated sanders on his cam pane and then she turned her sights on the presumptive republican nominee, donald trump. >> when he says, let's make america great again, that is code for, let's take america backwards. >> clinton also said trump is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander in chief.
the presumptive republican nominee meantime picked up wins in california, new jersey and three other states. in a scripted speech, which is different for him, at his golf club outside new york city, trump reassured the republican party of his intent to unify and not divide. trump did not talk about the republican battle that erupted following his criticism of a federal judge who is overseeing the trump university lawsuit. new jersey governor chris christie is standing by donald trump while many other republicans, including house paul ryan blast him for those comments about the judge. christie spoke to reporters after casting his ballot in morris county yesterday. trump claims that judge gonzalo curiel is biased. >> donald trumpç is not racist. i've known him for 14 years. the allegations that he is are
contrary to every experience i've had with him over the last 14 years. >> christie endorsed trump earlier this year after ending his own presidential bid. meantime, in a statement, trump says his comments about the judge have been misconstrued. he adds he does not feel a person's heritage makes them incapable of being impartial. check more primary results and learn more about the candidates, what they said after yesterday's contest on the nbc 10 app. 4:36 and 63 degrees outside. the brother of a delivery driver, a pizza delivery driver ambushed, kidnapped and shot in the head, say it's a miracle he survived. he was delivering a pizza on monday night when men kidnapped him in his own car and demanded cash. >> he give them everything they ask, including his wallet, everything, everything. and they say that the money you have is too small for we to let you live. we have to kill you.
>> the victim's family says he moved here from ghana and worked as a delivery driver to provide for his family. he's now in stable condition. the countdown is on for the olympics in rio. zika virus concerns have prompted a member of our nbc family to skip olympic coverage. and trash men in upper darby make a cute but disheartening discovery in a dumpster. how you can give this little guy a second chance at life. a cool are start to your morning. a beautiful shot. this is cape may marina. look at those skies. crystal clear. temperatures are in the low 60s along the shore, but we have showers and storms. by the middle of today, i'll show you the timing on that, coming up next.
hey, everyone, good morning, first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington checking on the schuylkill expressway right now. right around montgomery drive. no big problems or delays yet, at least at this point on the schuylkill. a 13-minute drive time in center city from the blue route to the vine street expressway. the speeds still into the 60s. you can see that there. westbound and eastbound are doing just fine. the pa turnpike is dealing with construction, headed westbound between the turnpike connector bridge and street road. our drive times there, 23 minutes at the most headed eastbound from valley forge to route 1 with speeds into the mid-60s. still watching the area bridges. no problems on the ben franklin or the walt. over the burlington bristol, we are still watching that ongoing construction. one lane of alternating traffic until 5:00 this morning. about another 20 minutes or so before that starts to clean up. sometimes it goes a little earlier. we'll keep you updated for sure. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> well, a cool are start to
your morning. we're running 10 to 15 degrees cooler this morning than we were yesterday morning. very nice when you step outside. 63 degrees in philadelphia, but many areas in fact are in the 50s this morning. especially our pennsylvania suburbs. we'll take a look at our neighborhood temperatures in chester county. 59 degrees west bradford township. 58 degrees kennett square. chadds ford and malvern, 58 degrees. not nearly as muggy as it was yesterday morning. 54 in north wales, 53 ft. washington. that's one of the coolest spots on the map here. 57 warrenton, 58 in newtown a. a coal front has moved through. that is the reason for the cooler air this morning. we'll stay cool as we go through the afternoon today. also through the day today, we have the showers that we'll be watching, showers and thunderstorms.
these are approaching the area slowly but by about 9:00 a.m. i think we'll see some of these start to move into the poconos and lehigh valley. for the rest of the area, looks like right around lunch time. before you head out, grab the umbrella. we'll be dealing with midday showers and thunderstorms. here's future weather. by 10:00 a.m., approaching berks county, the poconos, the lehigh valley. that's by 10:00. the rest of the area getting an increase in cloud cover. by lunch time, take a look at what the computer model does from wilmington through philadelphia, up towards trenton. even the pennsylvania suburbs, expect showers, possibly brief, heavy downpours. gusty winds and thunderstorms here. sliding into new jersey by 1:00 p.m. and then quickly leaving so your evening commute will be on the dry side. look at tomorrow, a perfect day as we go into your thursday. it will be sunny with high temperatures in the mid-70s. i would call that a pretty perfect day with the lower humidity, too. seven-day forecast is always scrolling at the bottom of the screen for you with our new
neighborhood weather. we'll take a closer look atç today's rainfall and also our temperatures, a cooler afternoon. that's coming up. >> sheena, thanks. a mother refuses to allow her daughter to become a victim. look at this video. we'll show you how she stopped her 13-year-old from being kidnapped.
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stand yesterday. myisha leak says it looked bad that the fattahs kept a porsche in their garage two years after being sold to a co-defendant in the case. leek testified that fattah's daughter fran was a paid fund-raiser for his campaign and she got a $10,000 bonus for her role. happening today, more than 500 law enforcement officers in delaware will begin a statewide torch run for the special olympics. the run starts in rehoboth beach at 5:00 this afternoon and ends friday morning. ahead of the opening of theç summer games at the university of delaware. this is the 30th annual torch run. over the years, delaware law enforcement raised more than $6 million for the special olympics. olympic officials in rio are downplaying fears of the zika virus. ahead of the 2016 summer games. they reassured reporters that the virus would not be a problem for athletes or visits since the games will be held during the
brazilian winter. they say there are fewer mosquitos then and the transmission risk is low. >> our job and our mission is to make sure that outlets find rio a safe city to compete and celebrate their victors. >> most people infected by zika suffer only minor symptoms including fever, a rash, muscle or jone the pain. the virus can also cause severe birth defects. "today" show host savannah guthrie announced yesterday she's pregnant and won't be traveling to rio to travel the games. you may notice security lines at airports are moving faster these days. the tsa says there's a reason for that. the tsa administrator told congress it's because the government hired more people and switched management. during the busy memorial day weekend, all passengers waited less than 30 minutes to stand in security lines. he said the agency is also using more canines and improving
communication between airports and airlines. it appears hands-free isn't the safer way to go. researchers found using a blue tooth or hands-free phone while driving is just as distracting as talking on a handheld device. drivers focused on a smaller area of the road and they noticed fewer hazards when a conversation sparked their visual imagination. experts say the only safe phone in the car is one that is turned off. humane workers in delaware county want to know who trashed this kitten. a trash collector discovered something moving inside a sealed plastic bag in upper darby and it turned out to be a kitten. she's okay except for some paint on her. the kitten was taken to the providence animal center. they have named her grungetta after oscar the grouch's girlfriend. jessica boyington has a look at the roads this morning. >> we are starting off right now on the white horse pike over in
pennsauken, new jersey around the collingswood circle. some cars starting to make their way out the door. typically we don't see a lot of people out until about the 6:00 hour or so. we're good to go there for the roads. 422 is okay. there is a slow-moving maintenance vehicle between sanatoga and oaks. eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill, average speeds into the 60s with an eight-minute drive time. here's the schuylkill expressway around the on ramp to the vine street expressway. you can see flashing lights and signs still blocking off some of the roadway. some of that construction over the vine street expressway is already being removed and some of those on ramps are being, the signs in the area or the police blocking off some of the roadways are being lifted. right now, not everywhere. take local vine as your alternate. more updates when i'm back in ten. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> well, we are looking at a
cooler start to the day. temperatures are about 10 to 15 degrees cooler right now than they were yesterday at this time. very comfortable when you walk outside this morning. also with our newç neighborhoo weather, don't forget the seven day is always at the bottom of the screen for you. temperatures in the 50s for most of the area, wilmington, delaware, 59 degrees. much of our south jersey suburbs in about the mid-50s right along the shore. you're at 60 degrees if you're in our pennsylvania suburbs, mid-50s, still philadelphia area right around 63 degrees. now if you are in delaware, we're seeing the 50s here, 58 degrees hockessin, 578 harmony hills. 62 odessa, 62 reedy point. middletown coming in at 60 degrees. we have a cooler wind direction this morning. you can see they're coming in from the west/northwest. if you're in sussex county, temperatures in the mid to upper 50s in some spots. del mar coming in 56 degrees, lewes, delaware, 62 degrees. i don't think you'll need the light jacket this morning but
these are certainly more comfortable temperatures than yesterday morning. and we are looking at the lower humidity this morning, too. that's making it feel really comfortable. currently we're nice and dry. off to our west, though, this is an area of rain we're watching as we go through the afternoon. not just rain but we're also looking at thunderstorms. this will be here right around the middle of today. for most of the area around lunch time, not through the evening commute. before you head outside today, grab the umbrella especially if you'll be heading out for lunch. if we go through the morning hours, by about 9:00 a.m., temperatures rising but only to about the mid-to-low 60s. it will be breezy this morning, too. winds pick up a bit. quakertown 62 degrees, atlantic city, 67. clouds will be increasing as we go through the morning hours. 67 philadelphia. by 9:00 a.m., 63 degrees in reading. then we go towards lunch time. it's still going to be breezy and at times a little windy with some of the thunderstorms. by 12:00 p.m., quakertown expects thunderstorms mid-50s.
wilmington low 60s. philadelphia 59 degrees. once this rain starts to move inality lunch time, temperatures will start dropping off. it's going to be cool and rainy. thunderstorms expected in reading and trenton. atlantic city, though, expecting showers and possibly some thunderstorms. now we go to the evening commute. that rain will be out of here. we're looking at clearing for the evening commute. quakertown, mid-60s. philadelphia 69 degrees by 5:00 p.m. atlantic city 70 degrees, reading 67 in you're in allentown, 66 degrees by 5:00 this afternoon. aside from those showers in the middle of the day, your afternoon is shaping up nicely. so is the rest of the week. we take a look at that forecast coming up. eight minutes before 5:00. we're following breaking news in montgomery county this morning. a shooting outside a fast food restaurant leaves a man dead in the mid of the drive-through. live at the scene digging for details. a mother and daughter experience a scary moment while shopping and it leads the mother to being called a hero.
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from our delaware bureau, a new beer garden will soon open up on the wilmington river front. here's an artist's rendering of what will be constitution yards. the 20,000 square foot outdoor beer garden is set along the christina river walk. there's plenty of room to enjoy beer and frozen cocktails. buying beer and wine in pennsylvania could soon get easier. a bill allowing wine sales in supermarkets, delis, bars and restaurant is now on governor wolf's desk for approval. state lawmakers voted to expand sales yesterday. the bill does not include hard liquor which still can only be purchased in state stores. from our jersey shore bureau, a huge turnout by those hoping to land a job at atlantic city's soon to re-open showboat and they should hear today whether or not they got the job. more than 1,000 people lined up
outside the building before the job fair yesterday. new owners are scheduled to open showboat with more than 850 hotel rooms early next month. the rush is on to fill about 210 positions. >> figure i'd come, see what it's about. got my resume, well dressed. hopefully i walk out with a job. >> the new showboat will not have a casino. a dog named lucky really earned its name after a house explosion in new jersey. lucky belongs to one of the residents injured in saturday's explosion in phillipsburg, warren county. some neighbors found lucky the day after the blast. she had burns on her face, body and her paws. take a look at her now. a local animal group took this video of her playing outside. she should make a full recovery. investigators still don't know what caused the explosion. two people were taken to the hospital, one with burns on more than 50% of their body. skyforce 10 was back over
this scene yesterday. you can see crews have demolished the damaged home. the street was closed to traffic for several days after the blast so crews could get rid of the debris. officials with st. charles borromeo seminary are taking a close look at whetherç they ca stay at their current location. they may have to consolidate the operation at a new location. they haven't made a final decision yet. a mother fights to stop a man from kidnapping her 13-year-old daughter. >> yes, this is pretty scary. camera caught the tug of war on video. it happened at a dollar general store in hernando, florida. you see the suspect walking over the aisle where a girl and her mother were shopping and he grabs the girl and tries to drag her out of the store. there he goes. the mom holds on to the girl. they get into a tug of war and then he lets go, runs out of the store and into a car. the store manager quickly alerted an off-duty sheriff's
deputy who happened to be out in the parking lot. that deputy ordered the suspect out of the car and arrested him on the spot. >> that is so hard to watch. you think if there were people in the store, i would have thought that people rushed to help. it's just the mom holding on to her daughter. >> just so brazen to do that. how lucky that the mother was there and then was able to get in a tug of war, bide a little time and then the sheriff. >> so lucky. >> good for them. you're watching nbc 10 news. "nbc 10 news today" at 5:00 a.m. starts right now. nbc 10 breaking news. >> that breaking news, a shooting in montgomery county leaves one person dead and lying in the middle of a drive-through lane. live on the scene in norristown with more on what witnesses saw happen. it was supposed to be a fun-filled day for local students on a field trip just
before this highway crash. we'll tell you what happened that sent the kids flying off the collision. stakes in this election are high and the choice is clear. >> we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania! >> hillary clinton adds more to her delegate total after her historic political victory. but bernie sanders vows to fight on and bring the battle right here to our area. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. just about 5:00 a.m. let's begin with meteorologist sheena parveen in the first alert weather center, much cooler today, this morning and the humidity is pretty much gone. >> yes, it feels so much more comfortable outside. cooler temperatures. we're running a lot cooler than we were yesterday morning. so when you walk outside, i think you'll enjoy it. i don't think you'll need a light jacket. some areas you may want a light
jacket. early this morning, later on today will still be cool but only in the 70s. 61 degrees philadelphia, 57 in coatesville. vineland, that's a cooler spot. 54 degrees. also in allentown. but when you compare it to yesterday at this hour, we're running about 10 to 15 degrees cooler across the area. so our 24-hour temperature change showing about 10 to 15 degrees cooler than yesterday morning. it's all because a cold front moves through. we'll be feeling these cooler temperatures throughout the day today. aside from that, we have rain on the way, it's just off to our west right now. here's a look at some showers and storms approaching the area. this will be here right around lunch time today. so before you leave, because we're dry this morning, grab the umbrella. we do expect showers and storms throughout the middle of the day but clearing through the evening commute. here's a look at ourç temperatures over the next 12 hours. philadelphia you see a little bit of a dip around lunch time. that's the rain moving in. but highs will be right around the low 70s.